This is the first of a small series of articles on how to survive winter whilst commuting on Southeastern. The intention of this series of articles is to provide some hints on how to deal with those annoying things during the commute & on how to prepare for problems, sometimes before even Southeastern know about it.
In the first article in this series I’m going to cover Mobile phones & keeping them charged.
@iansblog #southeastern actually thats figure is worse than that.
The 400 train figure is really train units, not coaches. Some units are 2,3,4,5 or 6 coaches so the number of passengers in each differs.
So if each ‘unit’ has just 10 foil blankets/glow sticks, then that’s 1 for every 24-28 people – based on what Bombardier say the capacity on a Class 375 4 coach unit is (http://j.mp/pxliyP then click technical data)
Not looked up the figures for the other classes, but that’s not a good figure.
Absolutely typical… RT @garyw_: Twitter should be all you need say clueless communication drones at #Southeastern http://t.co/ByLGpvgo