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My coach was fairly quiet and had around 20 people on it.Being held at sherwood is only due to the fact QR hate using platforms 2 and 3 for long distance and other long distance trains have priority on platform 10. (rocky tilt departs at 11am, bundy tilt train replacement comes in around 11:45).It is quite funny though, both sitting cars having 2 bathrooms, powerpoints that are safe to use, a shower, a washroom, 2+1 economy seating. So it is quite luxurious.If the finally rebuilt the rosewood gowrie section like they are going to do with inland rail, and having a friendly timetable, the service would be rather popular.

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