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  • by pudge (1) on 2006.07.05 18:27 (#48607) Homepage Journal
    Aren't both trains already gone by now, which is 18.35?

    I'd pick the one scheduled to leave earlier (18.14), if it is still there.

    Or if I am in a huge hurry, get tickets for both, and be prepared to jump from one to the other if the other starts moving ...
    • This is quite similar to a situation I was in 6 years ago in Taiwan.

      In Abigail's story, the time now is later than the announced delayed departures, but that just means the delay is more than they expected, or announced.

      I chose the train which arrived first (and was announced to leave first?).

      I was surprised when the other later-arriving train left first.

      But the kind conductor and train driver of the slow train helped me make a connection at the other station.

      Perhaps they were thinking that seeing the first