Cat once asked “Who wants to be a millionaire?”. I replied “I do. So I can buy a helicopter and get places on time”. Cat looked perplexed and whispered “What’s a helicopter?”
@commutingrants 5 minutes delayed is still better than 30 minutes delayed ^Jess
— First Great Western (@FGW) October 31, 2012
What an attitude, eh, FGW?
— Rachel Snelgar (@Rachel_Snelgar) January 21, 2013
— Jo (@Bettybinky) November 21, 2012
FGW apologises for the delay to my journey. Well that's nice. I should have got in my fucking car this morning. Fucking knew it.
— Calamity Nat (@MumDuJour) November 29, 2012
— simon burch (@simonrburch) November 6, 2012
@FGW no departures at padd, concourse staff have no info. What percentage of my wages would get me home? Is £310 a month not enough?
— emily (@emily1780) January 21, 2013
Waiting for late train with unspecified delay and @FGW elects to announce that doors must shut promptly to ensure timely departure. Really?
— Angela Milln (@Angela_Milln) January 23, 2013
@jamessimpsonuk I am sorry. I know this service was crowded. We were not expecting these delays ^Jess
— First Great Western (@FGW) December 10, 2012
— Ben Hancock (@benaya_boy) December 10, 2012
@FGW I hvae done in the past. Nothing ever happens. Service seems to get worse with each report.
— Thomas Lee (@doctordns) December 15, 2012
— naughtytrains.org (@naughtytrains) January 27, 2013
— 5inarow (@TartanMackem) January 12, 2013
No, wait, @fgw has fucked us again by cancelling the journey half way through. Who'd have thought autumnal weather in England would be damp?
— Tom Dallaway (@tdallaway) October 31, 2012
— Peter West (@peterfwest) December 10, 2012
@FGW can anyone rely on 7am oxford to paddington train? Do you remember any single day in past this train ran on time ?
— NITIN PATIL (@nitin_p_uk) November 13, 2012
@FGW stuck at paddington waiting for a train to slough. I see things haven't changed from 2012. I spend £3000 a year for this! Hmmmm
— Satty (@satty888) January 21, 2013
— Jason Harvey (@jjharvey87) October 26, 2012
Exactly 50 minutes after leaving I am approximately 300 yards from my house. Good job First Great Western.
— Lucy Tucker (@lucyadtucker) October 26, 2012
— Chris Allmark (@chrisallmark) January 24, 2013
2 hours, 10 minutes after leaving Maidenhead, we're still on the train. @FGW is a fucking disgrace.
— stacey. (@fools_dream) December 31, 2012
— Simon Smith (@SimonJSmiff) October 24, 2012
@FGW 05.40 from Bedwyn not here yet! Since change of timetable quick survey of travellers suggest on time only twice. Why is this?
— Nick Davidge (@nickdavidge) May 30, 2013
Aaaaargh so much anger inside!!! I just want to go home!!!! 45 mins from Paddington to Slough is SO unacceptable I want to cry! #fgw
— Annika (@annikavoss) May 29, 2013
first time i've used a #fgw train for a year, 20 minutes delayed and nowhere to sit. Nothing changes then
— Simon Newing (@si_newing) May 29, 2013
.@FGW 3:44 GCR-BRI F'ing late. Getting worse the last couple of weeks again. Rubbish.
— The Archidave (@archidave) May 29, 2013
@FGW I am impressed…rather than delay just one train, FGW have managed to delay both!
— Adam (@Acattz) May 20, 2013
— Rachael Chrisp (@rchrisp) February 26, 2013
@fgw You Suck! How can a train at 2300 be delayed???!!!! I just want to get home!
— Sam (@Super_SamR) February 26, 2013
— Katherine Chapman (@KathChapman) February 27, 2013
— Mohsin Khan (@mkhan185) February 27, 2013
— Rachel Snelgar (@Rachel_Snelgar) February 27, 2013
— 主 Cornesto (@TC_Cornesto) November 6, 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
— Gary Parker (@gp6970) November 8, 2012
Sunday train delayed. Again. Would be easier to tweet when #fgw actually run on time.
— Steven Buckley (@stevenbuckley) October 21, 2012
— Titus (@Cycle_aka_Bob) November 30, 2012
— stevo (@SteveyWood) October 12, 2012
@FGW you really are shockingly bad value for money. Delays, delays, delays. Why even bother publishing a timetable?
— Rebecca Pearce (@rebeccaEpearce) November 12, 2012