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Train Service Performance at Huyton - November 2012

DateScheduledTrains RunOn TimeWithin 5 min.Comments
1158158(100.0%)103(65.2%)140(88.6%) 
2165165(100.0%)87(52.7%)128(77.6%) 
3164164(100.0%)121(73.8%)154(93.9%) 
45656(100.0%)37(66.1%)48(85.7%) 
5157157(100.0%)112(71.3%)142(90.4%) 
6160155(96.9%)91(56.9%)127(79.4%) Signalling problem at Huyton 15:00 - 17:30.
7157155(98.7%)109(69.4%)139(88.5%) 
8158158(100.0%)117(74.1%)149(94.3%) 
9164163(99.4%)112(68.3%)146(89.0%) 
10164163(99.4%)118(72.0%)152(92.7%) 
115757(100.0%)41(71.9%)50(87.7%) 
12157155(98.7%)93(59.2%)117(74.5%) 
13157155(98.7%)131(83.4%)151(96.2%) 
14157155(98.7%)108(68.8%)143(91.1%) Broken down freight train near Leyland caused delays and cancellations. 06:30 - 10.30.
15157157(100.0%)119(75.8%)146(93.0%) 
16164163(99.4%)113(68.9%)143(87.2%) 
17164164(100.0%)124(75.6%)150(91.5%) 
186262(100.0%)42(67.7%)52(83.9%) 
19158157(99.4%)77(48.7%)120(75.9%) 
20157155(98.7%)91(58.0%)129(82.2%) 
21157157(100.0%)106(67.5%)137(87.3%) 
22158155(98.1%)80(50.6%)123(77.8%) Broken down train on down line at St Helens Central. 12:15 - 14:15.
23164164(100.0%)93(56.7%)139(84.8%) 
24164162(98.8%)105(64.0%)146(89.0%) 
256262(100.0%)26(41.9%)39(62.9%) 
26157157(100.0%)101(64.3%)142(90.4%) 
27157157(100.0%)117(74.5%)147(93.6%) 
28159116(73.0%)88(55.3%)103(64.8%) Signalling problem at Huyton, described by Northern Rail as a major power failure. Buses replaced trains between Liverpool and St Helens Central and Earlestown from 16:00 to end of service. Reports suggest the emergency generator failed to start.
Also safety checks of the up line at Eccles disrupted trains running Newton-le-Willows to Manchester 21:00 to 23:00.
29157138(87.9%)100(63.7%)129(82.2%) LDB system down 06:45 - 08:50. I have treated all affected trains as being on time.
30164164(100.0%)103(62.8%)141(86.0%) 
November43924306(98.0%)2865(65.2%)3772(85.9%) 

Notes
  1. The figures are derived from the public live departure board systems. These do not always correspond precisely to actual train running.
  2. Trains cancelled by planned engineering works are not counted as a cancellation. (As long as they are removed from the departure board system.)
  3. Rail replacement buses are not counted, since running information is not available.
  4. Trains running within two minutes of correct time are deemed to be on time. I also show trains within five minutes, the railway's standard.