The Journey Game

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1. The origin has no bay platforms.
2. The destination is served by 1 TOC but has another TOC's services passing through.
3. The traction is electric.
4. The train will not go over 110mph on its journey.

5. The whole journey is south of Crewe.
6. This service is run by GTR.
7. The train calls at more than 2 "London Terminals"
 
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1. The origin has no bay platforms.
2. The destination is served by 1 TOC but has another TOC's services passing through.
3. The traction is electric.
4. The train will not go over 110mph on its journey.

5. The whole journey is south of Crewe.
6. This service is run by GTR. (EXTRA: Specifically Thameslink)
7. The train calls at more than 2 "London Terminals"
8. This service is one which ran before the Thameslink 2018 timetable began.
 

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1) The number of platforms at the origin station is the square root of the number of platforms at the destination station
2) Both the origin station and the destination station are electrified
3) The rolling stock for this journey operates in England and Scotland, but not in Wales.
4) You cannot board a train to any other constituent country of the UK at either endpoint of this journey
 

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1) The number of platforms at the origin station is the square root of the number of platforms at the destination station
2) Both the origin station and the destination station are electrified
3) The rolling stock for this journey operates in England and Scotland, but not in Wales.
4) You cannot board a train to any other constituent country of the UK at either endpoint of this journey
Stowmarket to Ipswich on a Class 156.
(I thought about Queen Street to Dumbarton Central but that would exclude Caledonian Sleeper).
 
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gnolife

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1) The number of platforms at the origin station is the square root of the number of platforms at the destination station
2) Both the origin station and the destination station are electrified
3) The rolling stock for this journey operates in England and Scotland, but not in Wales.
4) You cannot board a train to any other constituent country of the UK at either endpoint of this journey
5) The number of through platforms at both endpoints are the same.
 
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