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Apart from the fact some will have locomotives in peculiar places (Owing to abortive gala events etc.) What kind of restrictions might we come to expect for the remainder of 2020? Capacity restrictions such as every other bay in a TOS cordoned off? Some sort of one out one in policy like at supermarkets? Booking only ?
Obvs not expecting an answer straight away but anyone who is on the ground at these places or the Heritage Railway Association could let us know what to expect.
Otherwise just wildly speculate.
"Why don't we just load her up like one of those little horses?"
It's hard to see how any railway could reopen with Corona still a live threat considering that many rely on a lot of older volunteers, and I think there will be a depression in the tourism industry for a while.
Those making it through might see record passenger numbers when the threat is eventually felt to have subsided though, as there will no doubt be a boom in outdoor leisure similar to that seen post WW2.
- Passengers must pre-book
- Face coverings are required while on the station or when boarding trains
- Only compartment coaches are in use, with one group per compartment
- Groups are loaded onto and off the trains seperate from other groups, with a distanced queue
- Trains are cleaned between services
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