... this is a very important disgusting issue. The question is which trains do and don't do it all over the tracks? Discuss at will!
I've noticed something similar at Paddington like that, quite foul in this day and age.The tracks next to the West Midlands platforms at Euston (as opposed to Virgin and Overground) are "Andrex-covered" in a way not ever seen before.
There are 76 seats in a most dense Pendolino carriage with others varying between 18 and 62. Why does that need more than one toilet?More importantly, why are there so few toilets on Virgin's Pendolinos. The trains they replaced had, AFAIK, 4 toilets per carriage. On a Pendolino most carriages only have one.
That was on a train that DOES drop onto the tracks.I prefer the trains to drop it on the tracks. In this country most trains seem to lock their toilets because they can't handle anymore shit, their tanks are full.
Caught a Northern Rail train from Ashton to Liverpool last year and the toilet was blocked, the pan was brimming full with big floaters. Get them on the track were they belong, theres enough diesel oil dropping on the track to neutralise the smell.
Yes, which flushes onto the track. Your post suggests that you think it is a train that doesn't and that the tank was full. It was just blocked. I would prefer a toilet with a tank which locks out of use when the retention tank is full that contending a bog full of floatersIt was one with the long carriages and end doors that goes over the old LMR.
I prefer the European system where you can actually see the track when you flush.Yes, which flushes onto the track. Your post suggests that you think it is a train that doesn't and that the tank was full. It was just blocked. I would prefer a toilet with a tank which locks out of use when the retention tank is full that contending a bog full of floaters