Hell hath no fury like the people tweeting Southern Rail
If you’re going through Victoria, keep going
People enjoy doing things late. Late Sunday lunch, waking up late, staying out late. We like to do things on our own schedule. Southern rail often does this too, in fact last month more of their services arrived late than on time – clearly we don’t afford the luxury to anyone else.
Just to be clear, the inadequacies of a rail company @SouthernRailUK has caused me to move house from where I have lived for 16 years. Yes.
— Dan Ryan (@_DanielRyan) October 23, 2016
— Stephen Grant (@stephencgrant) October 28, 2016
A rendition of "are you watching Southern Rail?" from those on the 7.12pm from Wigan as it arrives in London 20 mins early! @VirginTrains
— We Are Brighton (@wearebrighton) October 22, 2016
Waiting at the station because @SouthernRailUK SUCK BIG GIANT COTTON BUDS
— Jordan Farnes (@JaffaCookies) October 19, 2016
4 carriages for the Victoria to Brighton run? You're not running a train service #SouthernRail You're running a bath.
— Alison Moyet (@AlisonMoyet) October 21, 2016
@_LukeBlake Which service are you referring to Luke? ^C
— Southern (@SouthernRailUK) October 29, 2016
A full service is operating on @SouthernRailUK today. That's a full service of delays and cancellations!
— Brighton Station (@brightonstation) October 24, 2016
— Matt (@mattBZA) October 20, 2016
@SouthernRailUK I really hope you all lose your jobs at Southern, I have no sympathy for any of you.
— Megan Me (@Mmm_Haribo) October 19, 2016
@SouthernRailUK yeah good work! You've just added god knows how long to my journey. WANKERS
— Tabitha (@theminxyone) October 19, 2016
Why haven't you shot them yet?
— Bruce Everiss (@Bruciebabe) October 19, 2016
Don't forget the clocks go back tonight. Unless you work for #southernrail, in which case, what's the point. What's the point of time? Huh?
— Tig Savage (@TracyTig) October 29, 2016
— Martin Shovel (@MartinShovel) October 29, 2016
— Standard features (@ESfeatures) October 28, 2016
— Malcolm Prince (@malprin) October 23, 2016
As you know the #southernfail strike is suspended.
Unfortunately, we can confirm this means a return to our normal service.
— Train Guard (@ConductorSam) October 21, 2016
— Kirstie Coy-Martin (@kfm73) October 19, 2016