Oh Norman, how could you?
Who broke the train? #FGW
— Andy Bailey (@the_real_andy_b) September 19, 2013
Thank God @FGW charge so much, otherwise they'd never have enough money to fix their trains. The ones that are always broken.
— Graham Paterson (@GPatz_UK) August 4, 2013
— The Sparkster (@SparkyInTheUK) September 19, 2013
— Dominic Utton (@DomUtton) September 19, 2013
@FGW yet another evening of chaos from another broken down train. Sack your maintenance manager he clearly isn't the man for the job!
@FGW stuck behind broken down train outside Didcot. After 13 years of commuting I never fail to be amazed at how frustrating it is :-(
— Simon Cutler (@SimonBCutler) August 21, 2013
@FGW 2nd time on a london-oxford service in a month. Second time its broken down. Complete shambles no ine knows what is going on
— sarah durber (@sarahdurbs) September 15, 2013
— Matt Deakin (@M_Deaks) August 20, 2013
@FGW Seems the managers lackadaisical approach his role and recent poor maintenance targets speaks volumes. Time for a new man methinks.
— John Dunn (@jldunn2000) September 6, 2013
@FGW we're currently not moving, just outside Paddington, because the breaks won't come off? Not a good performance…
— Bas Grove (@basgrove) September 5, 2013
— Charlie Oliver (@rlieoliver) September 5, 2013
— Sarah Oosthuizen (@SarOost) August 16, 2013
@FGW u tweet as if broken down train is an act of God – another example why this is a TERRIBLE service that's cost me £600 in last few weeks
— Will Kerley (@WillKerley) September 5, 2013
@FGW That does not surprise me one bit, unfortunately. Broken down trains seem to be the norm for you guys.
— Pamela Owen (@pjaydog) September 5, 2013
@fgw after last night's nightmare my train this morning has broken down. That's 0 for 2; perhaps my train this eve will work?
— Niki Goddard (@NikiG_PR) September 5, 2013
Train stopped already, a problem with the door locking system.Trains are just utterly useless! How they use the word Great is beyond me #FGW
— Michael (@mpallett) September 4, 2013