Everyone has to start somewhere, so we started in September 2012!
— Rich (@recklessrik) September 1, 2012
52 mins late now, great work again First Great Western
— Stuart Avery (@stuartavery) September 4, 2012
First Great Western is a fucking joke. This train is supposed to be in Paddington in ten mins, we're still outside Swindon. Genius.
— Jamie Hibbard (@jamiehibbard) September 5, 2012
Omg people are being forced off the train at reading because it doesn't have enough fuel. Standard #FGW tweet.
— Kirsty L Phillips (@Kpzorse) September 7, 2012
First Great Western Trains #I'd rather walk
— Lloyd Jones (@Parkland_lad) September 9, 2012
Thanks First Great Western for wasting several precious weekend hours through delays. Predictably appalling.
— Ellie Farrell (@EllieF) September 9, 2012
Being reminded how fucking awful First Great Western are.
— Sian B (@funktious) September 10, 2012
— Michael (@CampoCFC) September 17, 2012
fuck you first great western fucking service
— Amelia (@iamameliawall) September 20, 2012
Trains delayed, makes a change First Great Western.
— Andy Galvin (@AFCB_Andy) September 20, 2012
Tons of empty first class seats on our first great western train. disgusting considering the number of standard passengers forced to stand!
— Dan Fryer (@DryerFryer) September 20, 2012
— Ross Williamson (@TanserCo) September 20, 2012
Dear First Great Western. YOU ARE UTTERLY SHIT. Best, Me. #FGW
— Paul (@Dogtrouser) September 21, 2012
Yet another devastatingly poor journey from First Great Western trains #sigh
— Alex Wood (@alexwoodcreates) September 21, 2012
First Great Western you are total shite.
— tom wood (@TomDJWood) September 24, 2012
Hats off to First Great Western for responding to my angry question on Twitter. Must be like working PR for Josef Fritzl or Kim Jong Un
— Will Guyatt (@willguyatt) September 27, 2012
"Thank you for travelling with First Great Western". No offence but I don't really have a choice.
— Darren Smith (@deej267) September 28, 2012
You can land a plane with one engine but #fgw can't keep a train moving with one!
— Alan Garnet (@agarnet30) September 29, 2012