@jayashley And they will not open the doors until it is safe for passengers to board. ^JohnS
— First Great Western (@FGW) December 1, 2012
— Danny Thomas (@Danny__Thomas) December 1, 2012
— Luke (@luke2986) December 1, 2012
— Friction (@FrictionShogun) December 1, 2012
@FGW No trains cancelled from Reading… Just the same ol'same ol'.
— Daisy Shepherdson (@DaisySheppsie) December 2, 2012
— Paul Jones (@pj201) December 2, 2012
@robwjackson We would prevent further boarding if we feel safety may be compromised. Apologies for the inconvenience. ^Alex
— First Great Western (@FGW) December 2, 2012
— Tom Rowan (@tomrowan) December 2, 2012
@FGW once again someone else's fault. You're like a child! WE DON'T CARE, you take our money you fix it.
— Laura (@LauraLou2686) December 3, 2012
— Keith Hardie (@keithhardie) December 3, 2012
@FGW Once again I'm stuck on a slow running "fast" train. Even for free this would be a dire service.
— Phil Henry Jackson (@philjackson) December 3, 2012
I'm going to buy first great western a watch for christmas because whether it's train or bus they are always so late
— cecily (@cecily_watson) December 3, 2012
— LastLateWorsten (@SimonHogfress) December 3, 2012
First Great Western are executing their new "tautological train cancellation strategy". pic.twitter.com/P4VNSptv
— Mark (@smarterthanrice) December 3, 2012
Wow, @fgw, you outdid yourselves in Nov causing me almost 5hrs of delays, checking tickets 32% of the time and catering 52%, worst recorded!
— naughtytrains.org (@naughtytrains) December 3, 2012
@rbarbs Please be aware that if you sit in First Class on a Standard ticket you may be subject to a penalty fare. ^Amber
— First Great Western (@FGW) December 4, 2012
— Worst Late Western (@worstlatewstrn) December 4, 2012
3 snowflakes sighted in Reading! We're suspending services due to extreme weather!
— Worst Late Western (@worstlatewstrn) December 5, 2012