— David Smith (@davidfsmith) June 20, 2014
— Ellen Meek (@EllenLodders) August 7, 2014
There's always an entirely unwanted sense of adventure when you get on a First Great Western train.
— Peter Coles (@telescoper) June 16, 2014
@FGW I am meant to be travelling with you characters on Thursday. Should I book an alternative now since you seem as useless as other FG toc
— Richard Gregory (@rhcgregory) July 14, 2014
I think @fgw should be upfront and say: 'Sorry, we are totally incapable to run a rail service. We give up. From now on please use your car'
— luca pirovano (@lucapir) July 18, 2014
First Great Western's timetable is such an accomplished work of fiction that I'm surprised it's never won the Booker Prize.
— Steven Perkins (@stevenperkins) June 12, 2014
RT @FGW: A Kraken currently under investigation between Plymouth and Atlantis means trains cannot run between these stations.
— Paul (@Dogtrouser) June 29, 2014
@FGW thank God the buffet has opened, it's 4 coaches of sardined people away. If I don't make it back, tell my cat I love her
— Matt Collins (@collo1989) July 25, 2014
Today I've travelled by foot, taxi, bus, plane, bus, shuttle, virgin train & first great western train, guess where the weak link is @fgw ?
— Carlena Baulch (@CarlenaP_B) June 13, 2014
@FGW My God! No at seat trolley service in first class? Puts it all into perspective…
— Nick Owen (@nickowen74) June 18, 2014
— Chris Locke (@ChrissyLocke) June 18, 2014
Lovely journey to office. Plenty of room, cool air-con, no delays. Must drive in more often! Have big meeting so couldn't rely on @FGW today
— Simon Windsor (@cookhamsimon) July 24, 2014
— Charlie Withers (@ChuckWithers) July 9, 2014
Harsh, Charlie! Harsh but fair! Stations are pretty hard to miss!
@FGW a train arrived on time?!
— Ian Luxon (@Dukeicon) July 13, 2014
@FGW as I sit on another delayed train full of unhappy customers I wonder what things would be like if FGW even tried to be excellent
— Alex Gibson (@alexgibson3d) July 9, 2014
— Moj Taylor (@mojtaylor) June 23, 2014
Hi @FGW, have you ever considered changing your on-train automated announcements to sound like Ringo Starr? :)
— Louis Lloyd-Judson (@Louistrations) August 15, 2014
On the bright side, my phone's learned to autocorrect 'ffs' to '#fgw'…
— overflow parking (@ovfpk) July 29, 2014
@FGW so 7:09 from Reading to Ealing BW is only 3 carriages instead of 5 today and being held up by police. Must be looking for them!
— Andrew (@andrewdlindsay) June 19, 2014
RT @FGW: Services can now run normally via Reading. Sorry for the disruption to journeys this evening. This was due to A HUGE KILLER OCTOPUS
— Paul (@Dogtrouser) June 24, 2014
— Huw Vaughan Thomas (@hiraethog) July 14, 2014
@fgw air con broken, full carriages of unclaimed reserved seats on a service that is late running, if only I had wifi….
— gary denham (@g_denham) July 29, 2014
.@fgwkmc This will make you laugh. Passenger asks FGW dispatcher questions about late train. Managed to answer without opening her mouth!
— Simon Chan (@thelondonblog) August 7, 2014
Mmmm mm mmmMMM mmMM?
Chocolate tea pots, tits on a fish and @fgw running trains. All absolutely bloody useless.
— Charlotte Blackman (@lottieblackman) July 17, 2014
@FGW Hi there fgw is there some kind of curse on the railway between Maidenhead and Paddington?
— fleckit (@fleckit) July 17, 2014
— McAngry (@mcangry) July 3, 2014