— Binu Mohan (@gamermohan) June 9, 2016
— Schoobie (@cheekychambers) June 9, 2016
@GWRhelp ahh I get it as part of yr green rebrand you are now a air-con free train operator.
— Nick Rogers (@NickARogers7261) June 9, 2016
being boiled alive on a @GWRUK train back from Bristol. Lovely.
— bethandudas (@bethandudas) June 9, 2016
Oh the joys of travelling on @GWRHelp – overcrowded and unbearably hot despite the inadequate trickle of slightly cooler air from the AC
— Crap GWR (@Crap_GWR) June 9, 2016
.@GWRhelp Any chance of getting the air con turned on on the 16.43 to Paddington from Gloucester? Melting here.
— Bill Harzia (@BillHarzia) June 9, 2016
@GWRHelp in the sauna on the 17:06 this evening very very hot carriage number 42098
— nick coleman (@itsnickcoleman) June 9, 2016
@GWRUK Appalling, 2nd day I've been on a train now with absolutely NO aircon pads>Thatcham How can you expect people to deal with this heat.
— Jason Daniels (@cloudyjas) June 9, 2016
@GWRHelp "in the unlikely event of air conditioning failure" – is the 6th time this week "unlikely"?
— Tsukihi (@chukinside) June 9, 2016
— xxxxx xxxxxxx (@martin_roach) June 9, 2016
@GWRHelp 2/2 the train is too hot and incredibly overcrowded to be spending any more time that need be on board!!
— Sophie (@Commuter1891) June 9, 2016
@GWRHelp 18:13 from RDG to RDG, no air con. Boiling and stuffy. Can we have the windows opened? No sign of guard.
— Peter Cotton (@petercotton89) June 9, 2016
@FGW can you please turn the aircon on! It's like a sauna on this train :/
— David (@DaveBA1L3Y) June 9, 2016
On a train so hot it might well be going to the centre of the sun. Yay @GWRUK.
— Jess Weeks (@jessicaannweeks) June 9, 2016
@GWRHelp I'm on your packed 1903 London – Plymouth & its sweltering! Why isn't the air con on?You wouldn't keep dogs in cars this hot!
— Rebecca Hold (@BeckyHold) June 9, 2016
— Ben Rogers (@benrogers_01) June 9, 2016
@GWRUK should be disgusted with themselves, 19.03 back from LDN massively over crowded and the a/c is broken. Paying good £ for a 💩 service
— Andy Pitt (@andyjpitt) June 9, 2016
@GWRHelp not even 7am and we've got no air con! A free bottle of water? What should I do, tip it over me to cool me off?!??
— tomski (@tomski1987) June 10, 2016
@GWRHelp omg why is heating on in the 07.02 Maidenhead to Paddington? It's June!!
— Emma Craggs (@EmmaJCraggs) June 10, 2016
@GWRUK On 10.06 Lon/Penzance now going via Bristol no info !!! How delayed?
boiling hot no air con either!!!
— The Internationalist (@TheRefinery68) June 10, 2016
— Sam Golley (@SamGolley) June 10, 2016
Stopped on the Bedwyn train. Sweltering – no air con. Eventual announcement from driver too quiet to hear. Thanks @GWRHelp
— Ben Jackson (@BenJacksonTP) June 10, 2016
— Jason Braidwood (@JasB55) June 10, 2016
@GWRHelp what a surprise that the air conditioning isn't working on your trains. Shambles.
— Mort (@Mort_the_Ort) June 10, 2016
@GWRHelp why didn't you spend our fares on proper air conditioning on sweltering trains instead of pointless rebranding?!
— Kim (@KimBansi) June 10, 2016
Assumed @GWRHelp were handing out bottles of water because of warm weather. Turns out it's for passengers to put fires out on their trains!
— Rochdale Cowboy (@Rochdale_Cowboy) June 10, 2016
— Mike Gummerson (@Mikegumski) June 10, 2016
@GWRHelp ever considered getting air con or something on your trains? It's 22 degrees in here and we're packed in and can't breathe! 😭🤒😥
— Alice Morgan (@alicemorgan_94) June 10, 2016
@GWRHelp and where is the aircon? Must be +40 in this carriage and soaked will you cover my dry cleaning
— Marmers (@marmerslee) June 10, 2016
— Schoobie (@cheekychambers) June 10, 2016
— Gina Richards (@GinaaRichards) June 10, 2016
@GWRHelp On the 9.45am from London Paddington towards Swansea. It's roasting – any air con?
— Mike Johnston-Cowley (@Mikeyc1981) June 11, 2016
@GWRUK are you trying to kill us on the 12 train to Bristol? It's like being in a furnace. Air con please! We're all roasting.
— Cat Davies (@KittyCointreau) June 11, 2016
How divine @GWRUK to have the heating on FULL in the train on this clearly chilly June winters eve (said no one-melting on the train).
— Caryn Cox (@caryncoxphealth) June 11, 2016
@GWRHelp please can you turn the air con off on the 1600 to Plymouth ❄ ❄ ❄
— Cristina Rotella (@XtinaRotella) June 12, 2016
@GWRHelp the windows on the 7:12 PAD to Reading train are locked and it's very hot. Help please
— Kanza (@kan3a_) June 13, 2016
— Caroline (@CMaskell13) June 13, 2016
@GWRHelp not sure on number but Coach A. People are literally shivering. Where is the air con when its boiling hot?!
— Caroline (@CMaskell13) June 13, 2016