— Ollie Collard (@Collardo) October 6, 2015
@GWRHelp nice new livery and logo but same old service .. 20 minutes late today
— Kevin Vyse (@KBVyse) October 6, 2015
@GWRHelp new logo, new name, same old shit service, a link of paint will not gloss over corrupt working policies and delays
— Legion (@hcs1979) October 7, 2015
Nice to know that @GWRUK got an expensive redesign on their branding but still haven't fixed their services or trains… Top spending 👏🏻
— Ross Whittaker (@rosswhittaker91) October 7, 2015
@GWRHelp blue or green the service is still the same crap. There are more urgent things to do rather than painting trains! 😡
— Fabrizio Corsaro (@corsarof) October 7, 2015
— Becca O'Neil (@Bex_Owen) October 7, 2015
First journey in one of FGW's rebranded carriages today. Still no seats. #priorities
— Paul Robinson (@loop_pool) October 7, 2015
Another 75 min delay @GWRUK – thanks for that! At least the new trains have faux leather headrests to catch my tears of frustration.
— Olly Mawson (@ollymawson) October 7, 2015
@GWRUK hey guys. Results update for you. Since the rebrand I've now taken 24 trains. Different times of day/week. 24 out of 24 were late.
— Oliver Deepwell (@OTBDeepwell) October 7, 2015
@GWRHelp so maybe the Great is what you needed to remove rather than the First? UR worse not better & don't even have an excuse!
— Eleanora Murphy (@EleanoraMurphy) October 8, 2015
Anyone noticed that since the rebrand, @GWRHelp's service has gotten worse. Bring back First Great Western!
— Commuting Rants (@CommutingRants) October 8, 2015
Every morning since First Great Western changed their name to Great Western Railways my train has been late. This annoys and amuses me.
— Jane McGrath (@JaneLMcGrath) October 8, 2015
— CJ (@C_J_Hartley) October 8, 2015
@GWRHelp really sad one guy didnt make it off the train. Anarchy on train. No rebrand is going to help you guys. Lost cause.
— Cole Ali (@ColeeAli) October 8, 2015
@teamhipflask They have enough money for a rebrand but not for more carriage's at peak time's.
— Jason Carton (@Cartanius) October 8, 2015
@GWRHelp Thought there be change when FGW changed to GWR but no.Only change I've seen is paying £312 for my monthly pass rather than £296
— Sam (@samzzz7) October 9, 2015
— Simon Edward (@Simon08edward) October 9, 2015
— Sunny Thaper (@s_thaper) October 9, 2015
You can change your name but apparently you haven't changed your habits. 3 time changes for the train and still no sign of it @GWRHelp
— Jenny (@Jen_Found92) October 9, 2015
@GWRHelp quell surprise… Every single day this week. No accountability no pressure. Brunel would have been disgusted..
— AFCDEV (@GunnerDev) October 9, 2015
— Priyesh Patel (@mynameispriyesh) October 9, 2015
@GWRHelp Yet again my train from Slough to Hayes is delayed..Everyday this week…Good to see changing your name hasn't improved the service
— Conor Fitzmaurice (@ConFitz_25) October 9, 2015
— Rory Cellan-Jones (@ruskin147) October 9, 2015
"Things were better under @fgw"
— Commuting Rants (@CommutingRants) October 9, 2015
— Phil Stone (@stillphone) October 9, 2015
first great western seem to have rebranded to great western railway. probably because everyone hates first great western.
— Tash (@poemsandwine) October 9, 2015
First great western may now be called great western railway, but they still cant get trains to run on time #samecrapdifferentday
— andreas wheeler (@andreaswheeler) October 10, 2015
— Clare Jervis (@mscjervis) October 10, 2015
— SouthDevonGardener (@Teigngardener) October 10, 2015
First great western can rebrand themselves @GWRUK all they want, still the same shocking company that can't coordinate an on time train
— Xan White (@XanWhite1) October 11, 2015
I also have a theory that First Great Western changed their name in a bid to avoid the whole ‘Worst Late Western’ thing.
— Emma Davies (@emcetera) October 11, 2015
— Matt Clare (@MattCElthamSth) October 11, 2015
— Chris Moriarty (@morichopso) October 12, 2015
Happy to report that on my first trip on newly-rebranded, shiny 'GWR' (i.e First Great Western), service 14 mins late due to "a train fault"
— John Harris (@johnharris1969) October 12, 2015
— Rhea Rooprai (@RheaKR) October 12, 2015
@GWRHelp Not only is your service massively over crowded all the time, most of the times the HST fast trains take 40+ mins for a 25 min…
— Aaron Dennis (@MrAaronDennis) October 13, 2015