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4187 - Not treading water, but not risking the ship for a 0.5th of tar either
I'll only really believe that we have additional trains on the TransWilts line when the first one of them takes the crossover at Trowbridge and heads onto the single track towards Chippenham, and I'm keeping the morning on Sunday, 8th December 2013 free to be there to witness it in person. You may ....

4186 - Melksham to Bath and Zigzag buses - at a turning point?
There are 2 buses every hour from Melksham to Bath, Monday to Saturday daytime - the X72 operated by Faresaver  and the 271 / 272 operated by First.   After an extended series of requests, these two services now have a varied route so providing hourly services from Devizes and beyond, ....

4185 - TransWilts Trains - running a successful campaign talk
I have been asked to talk for a few minutes at TravelWatch SouthWest later today... The TransWilts line from Swindon to Westbury, via Chippenham, Melksham and Trowbridge, and on to Salisbury via Dilton Marsh and Warminster is a line on which the only two trains operating each day run in "marginal t ....

4184 - A fond memory
Yesterday morning, I took the opportunity of being in Oldham to walk back to a place with memories - Victoria Street, Chadderton, to see what has become of it. Coming down Middleton Road, Chadderton Town Hall still stands on the corner. My Aunt Gladys - really one of my great aunts; my mother's a ....

4183 - Reaching a hotel standard where 99% of guests would return - and maintaining that standard
I believe that online customer reviews are critically important in attracting new guests these days, and I know that they're vital for our own use in ensuring that we provide what the customer wants, and we continue to provide what the customer wants. So I was very happy to find this little diagram ....

4182 - Welcome to Salford and Oldham
"Welcome to Manchester" say the big banners on the side of a steel fence that looks (and is designed) to keep people out. And from the tram behind the conference centre, we can see police road block, and groups of police in high-vis yellow vests walking along from their car park, chatting in groups, ....

4181 - Grumbling about trains? Buses can be far worse!
We grumble sometimes about a lack of information on the trains and linked things. But it took just a single journey by BUS today to make me realise just how much worse it could be. I walked from home to the nearest bus stop; a five minute walk, in good time, for a bus that (accoring to an online ch ....

4180 - Exceptionally, I sign a petition - on a life and death issue for Irish dogs
I'm not a great signatory to petitions I know little about - in fact I won't sign without a strong knowledge of the subject - either directly or from a source I trust. So it's exceptional for me to have signed up to a petition calling for dogs to be allowed to continue to travel from Ireland to the ....

4179 - Changing transport and destinations - looking forward to a good future
Yesterday, I caught the bus at 07:38 from the end of our road into Trowbridge, arriving there at 08:19. It's service number 236 that runs each morning from Melksham town centre, via Bowerhill, Semington, Paxcroft Mead, Hilperton, Horse Road, Wyke Road, Victoria Road and St Thomas Road, and it replac ....

4178 - Where are you? How to write a geosensitive application
Where are you? A question a web server will want to ask of a browser or app client, especially on mobile devices. And modern browsers, through Javascript, can send that vital information to the server. It's really useful in a wide variety of geographic data feeds - I've been working on a prototype l ....

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