Why the UK Runs Trains to Nowhere


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  • Joeyyy Xavier
    Joeyyy Xavier 14 hours ago +1

    Well on Sunday 9th December 2018 this route will see its last due to the HS2 and Crossrail projects.

  • Kanal Q
    Kanal Q 14 hours ago

    I believe they have these laws thanks to the wonderful hater of rails, Dr. Beeching.

  • Spencer Lewis
    Spencer Lewis Day ago

    On the Stockport to stalybridge there is also Guy bridge station

  • Jarrod Baniqued
    Jarrod Baniqued Day ago

    Who’s watching this after the Paddington-High Wycombe closure last Friday?

  • Alan Wong
    Alan Wong 2 days ago

    Why does it feel like this video was made in America..

  • Steam Trainlover
    Steam Trainlover 2 days ago

    i think i read a book once called train to nowhere it had two orphan girl kids who decided to hide the fact there sisters to better improve the odds of both of them getting adopted so then they can survive now this is keep in mind a thing long ago so i may not even be right

  • David Martin
    David Martin 3 days ago

    It no longer runs as of the 7th December 2018

  • Hello
    Hello 5 days ago

    Great video but your pronunciation of Marylebone gave me cancer.

  • James Coleridge
    James Coleridge 14 days ago

    Who gives a SHIT?

  • tomathotchi
    tomathotchi 16 days ago

    when i went on holiday to a place in wales earlier this year, we had a train ride from my town that took 7 hours to a town that was less than half the distance to london (takes roughly 3 hours to get to london by train from my town), where we had to wait about an extra hour to transfer to a new train, which then took us an extra 2 hours to get to the place we were going.
    so to everyone who thinks the UK has a great train system, please *don't wish you had it*
    oh and also it cost around £100 for train tickets

    • Alasdair Clift
      Alasdair Clift 3 days ago

      Cross country services aren't great, however train tickets are only that expensive on the day. I've been looking for tickets from Liverpool to London about a month in advance before and it's around that price in first class, where they give you an entire meal complimentary and much larger seats, free WiFi and individual seats if you don't want to sit next to someone

  • Victor Ji
    Victor Ji 16 days ago

    This video was made on my birthday

  • Tom T
    Tom T 19 days ago

    No need for the sarcasm when explaining how difficult it is to close a trainline, because it's deliberately difficult.
    He even admits that the complication is to stop private companies shutting rail lines the moment they lose profit so no idea why he decided to rip at the government when he knew the facts. (and before some retard libertarians chime up to say closing unprofitable lines is a good thing I need to remind them that rail lines are essential for the economy, for example all plane travel is unprofitable but if they shut down the entire air industry global commerce would collapse).

  • Kalinysta Zvoruna
    Kalinysta Zvoruna 19 days ago

    ::smacks palm to forehead:: And I though USA's governmental processes (including local and state) to do anything was asinine!

  • 7x7proerspotter
    7x7proerspotter 20 days ago +1

    I live in England and trust me 1 train a day, even at a small station is nothing never mind a station in London

  • CreamyTrumpet
    CreamyTrumpet 21 day ago

    In corbengland the trains will run for the benefit of the people! Trains will run right up to your front door there will be no class system everyone will travel people's class apart from the fat capitalists pig dogs, they will have to walk.

    • Alasdair Clift
      Alasdair Clift 3 days ago

      That's not true at all. They are already run for the benefit of the people, it's just those within the *government* (not the private companies) are completely incompetent at doing so. Corbyn is simply going to remove the private companies who haven't really done much wrong, but keep those in the DfT where the inefficiencies and incompetence lies. Also First Class is useful on InterCity routes if you want a more comfortable journey and want extra bonuses included. However it's pointless on commuter services

  • Christian Knuchel
    Christian Knuchel 22 days ago

    The video makes it sound like the bureaucracy is the problem, when there's a different problem hidden in all this: Perhaps, instead of predominantly pointing to devices in place to protect the public from corporate greed, the focus could be put on the government not being specific enough in their contracts. It can't be that a rail company is required to run a train on a reasonably short line, and then ends up running it once a day, or once a week, or replacing it with a bus service for 13 years by the means of some glaringly obvious loophole. Of course no one is going to build their regular routine around a train service that almost never runs. Thus it's not surprising that these lines have virtually no passengers.
    Besides, if they had to run these lines properly, they'd also have an economic incentive to go through the proper bureaucratic process to close them.

    • Alasdair Clift
      Alasdair Clift 3 days ago

      There's no need for some lines as other lines do a much better job and are cheaper to run. The New North line was (as of yesterday it has been closed for construction of High Speed 2) inconvenient, took longer, and used up space at the already congested Paddington station. It was wasteful as Marylebone has capacity and is only two stops on the Bakerloo line away, and no where else is served by the Paddington route that isn't already served by the Marylebone route

  • Meme papi
    Meme papi 23 days ago


  • William H
    William H 24 days ago

    A propaganda piece on why private train companies in the UK are just the little guy getting squashed by an inneficient govt brought to you by Squarespace. The privatised train system in the UK is a scam & an overwhelming majority of the British public support nationalising rail services to stop the profiteering and woefully poor service. Google southern rail if you want to find out more. These private companies charge extortionate prices and take that money out of the country. It’s coming to an end soon under a new government.

    • Alasdair Clift
      Alasdair Clift 3 days ago

      That's not true at all. Privatisation shouldn't have happened, but it shouldn't be reversed as frankly it is irrelevant. TfL concessions have it best, TfL tell the companies what they need to implement, and they do so in an efficient manner, that's why London Overground has been so successful, TfL say to Arriva what they want, Arriva plans out how it will happen. The DfT are the issue as they can't manage the system at all. Profit Margins are essentially non existent as the Government take 98% of revenue (on average) either for running the railway or for the Treasury to keep. Southern have been forced to introduce DOO by the DfT, causing mayhem in strike action, and the DfT refused to budge on the issue. Same is happening on Northern. Fares are also mostly regulated by the Government, apart from advance and super off peak (vastly cheaper than others). Anytime fares are all Government controlled, and we would still be running with 50 year old slam door trains if it wasn't for fare rises since privatisation (That's not to say BR didn't massively raise fares, 50.7% in 1975 under a Labour Government, twice the RPI, whilst next year's will be 1% below RPI). Almost no money leaves the country, in fact taxpayers in the Netherlands and Germany are getting quite annoyed because their Governments are putting money into Britain's railway to subsidise it as we aren't doing it ourselves.

  • burningphoneix
    burningphoneix 24 days ago

    Fuck the train companies. If it was me, I would force them to run 10 trains a day to every station even with no passengers.

    • Alasdair Clift
      Alasdair Clift 3 days ago

      Why? Paddington is 2 stops on the Bakerloo from Marylebone. It would just take away platform capacity for services that can only use Paddington

  • jamie timmins
    jamie timmins 29 days ago

    Hometown got mentioned in a 2+ mil view video... unexpected lol

  • Matt Faraday
    Matt Faraday 29 days ago

    We have some of the worst, slowest, most expensive trains in Europe :( but for me it's either a 1 hour train journey or if the traffic is bad 2 hours in the car.

    • Alasdair Clift
      Alasdair Clift 3 days ago

      All thanks to the Department for Transport's never ending incompetence!

  • The Garden of Eatin

    A 35-page document with detailed step-by-step instructions? So closing a rail line is about as complicated as assembling an ikea dresser.

  • Ikonoklast
    Ikonoklast Month ago

    Actually, this is good by the UK govt.

  • Nathaniel Twyman
    Nathaniel Twyman Month ago

    Excuse me, did you just say "Mary Lebone"?

  • Colorful Doge
    Colorful Doge Month ago +1

    anyone 2018!?

  • anilchauisms
    anilchauisms Month ago

    Crazy and interesting

  • mbta1825 productions

    Ive seen a video like this it was on the londonist

  • GearZ25
    GearZ25 Month ago

    same reason as heathrow ghost flights

  • Vexivero
    Vexivero Month ago

    Even if it's only once a day, it'd be awesome to get paid to operate that train

  • Kazroehat
    Kazroehat Month ago

    Fuck you obama

  • Alpha P2P
    Alpha P2P Month ago

    All i heard was sqaurespace this squarespace that fucking homo

  • 757WN
    757WN Month ago

    what you're missing is the unending power of capitalism in most instances to drive what is done and how it is done. this is refreshing...if only because it is a case of the private sector not setting the agenda. stateside...this would NEVER happen since congress has been bought by big business.

  • katie daniels
    katie daniels Month ago

    So would you say that a girl, maybe from a small town, living in a lonely world, could take one of these trains going anywhere?

  • Matt Matthews
    Matt Matthews Month ago +1

    Our trains don’t work in the UK, they need to be nationalised

    • Alasdair Clift
      Alasdair Clift 3 days ago

      Matt Matthews 2nd highest satisfaction in Europe after Finland. A super off peak single from Paddington to Bristol Temple Meads costs £34.30 and is valid on all trains today, and that’s walk up pricing. A single for tomorrow (no more trains today) from Marseille to Nice costs €38, about the same price, and is less flexible, and there are significantly less services (5 TGVs between Marseille and Nice, GWR has that many direct services by lunchtime, not only that they are 40 minutes quicker than the journey from Marseille to Nice). That journey in Belgium requires changing in Brussels by the way, and takes 45 minutes longer than London-Bristol

    • Matt Matthews
      Matt Matthews 3 days ago

      Alasdair Clift it costs £29 to go from Marseille to Nice, £97 to go from London to Bristol (about same distance) your fare was probably that expensive because it went cross border, and it only costs £16 to go the same distance in Belgium (Rochefort to Ghent) by the way the UK has the 6th worst service quality in Europe, both those country’s have better service than the UK

    • Alasdair Clift
      Alasdair Clift 3 days ago

      Matt Matthews 98% of fare money goes back into the system, fares are also mostly set by the Government. France has an awful rail system, I paid nearly £200 to travel from Annecy to London (about 500 miles) when a ticket from London to Aberdeen (same rough distance, similar time too) costs £84.10 which is valid on any super off peak train rather than just one train, and that’s on the day. Not only that, they’re unreliable too, and overcrowded. The only reason there aren’t standing passengers on TGVs is because flexible tickets aren’t allowed on TGVs, you have to book in advance when seats are available, making business travel impossible

    • Matt Matthews
      Matt Matthews 3 days ago

      Alasdair Clift of course they still spend money but it’s nowhere near what they should be spending considering how high the fares are, our fares are about 10 times what they are in France and Belgium (who have nationalised railways), barely any of the train revenue is put back into our trains as they’re run for profit and not for the good of the country and its people, they’re a shambles because of this, when nationalised all that money will go back into funding the train system not a billionaire’s pocket in Kensington

    • Alasdair Clift
      Alasdair Clift 3 days ago

      +Matt Matthews Also, how will you get more investment if you have to compete with sectors such as Defense, Education and Healthcare for funding?

  • Parcton
    Parcton Month ago


  • Ropsana Khanom
    Ropsana Khanom Month ago

    Northern is such a rubbish train company, always striking or having delays

    • Alasdair Clift
      Alasdair Clift 3 days ago

      Not Northern's fault, the DfT have forced DOO and the RMT refuse to compromise over anything. The DfT also forced May's timetable despite Northern warning it was impossible to implement 4 months prior

  • Thomas Rose
    Thomas Rose Month ago

    Wait.... isn’t that the wendover productions voice....?

  • Drawde
    Drawde Month ago

    Birming-ham lol 😂
    It’s pronounced Birming-um
    I’m not hating btw I just found it funny

  • Stewart Darke
    Stewart Darke Month ago

    I can imagine those 94 passengers a year is just one person.

  • Marcus W
    Marcus W Month ago

    Fun fact lol, since the lines are being upgraded between high-Wycombe and Marylebone this very route has suddenly become very popular indeed lol 😂

  • Elsie
    Elsie Month ago

    Let the homeless people rest on the ghost trains for free

  • boo453
    boo453 Month ago

    I live in High Wycombe and had no idea about this. Though I don't understand why Chiltern railways doesn't offer more services to and from Paddington. There's a lot of London commuters in High Wycombe and I'm sure a lot would find Paddington a more convenient station to commute to and from as it's more central and better connected than marleybone. As you said there's 90 trains a day from Marleybone, splitting these would easily be profitable

    • Alasdair Clift
      Alasdair Clift 3 days ago

      Platform space at Paddington is mostly used by GWR, Marylebone has much more available capacity, Paddington has essentially none

  • MiguelPpM
    MiguelPpM Month ago

    Different dialects or “tongues” of English pronounce it differently.

  • SecondNaturePig
    SecondNaturePig 2 months ago

    Anyone would lika a bus that operates once every year?
    We had that in Austria:
    Alongside some buses that only operate a few days a year.
    Those Routes existed because the bus companies wanted to keep the operating concession for the route. And as they only had to operate the route "regularly" in any imaginable way, often 'once per year' was enough. Especially short routes next to rail lines were being held that way, in order for the rail companies to have the possibility to close a line and have an immediate replacement. But with another transport body now taking over the ordering and planning of routes, those lines fade out of existence.

  • Harsh Rathi
    Harsh Rathi 2 months ago

    can you make video on delhi metro

  • Potter's Police Videos
    Potter's Police Videos 2 months ago

    3:00 Now twice per week. The frequency of this service has recently doubled!

  • Unimornnbr1
    Unimornnbr1 2 months ago

    Square space and skill share have been advertising with you for so long thats its a joke at this point

  • Zach Ryder
    Zach Ryder 2 months ago +6

    Big Smoke wouldn't expect CJ to follow this train

  • jaxxstraw
    jaxxstraw 2 months ago

    Paddington isn't actually "nowhere". It's somewhere. This was such a disappointment, I was expecting trains that just run to a siding and back or something. Bah.

  • احمد نويجي
    احمد نويجي 2 months ago

    You sasy fuck


    VTEC No-longer operates the East Coast route. It's now operated by LNER.

  • trash on a train
    trash on a train 2 months ago

    The Amshacks suck, but most of the long distance services are in a tight spot due to our country’s geography and railroad organization. I also want to point out that it’s kinda cheap to make jabs at trains like the Southwest Chief and The Empire Builder and completely ignore the NEC and other Corridor services which are much better

  • Remy Nicholls
    Remy Nicholls 2 months ago

    There is another service operated by Chiltern Railways from Paddington to West Ruislip, if you don't believe me, check out Geoff Marshals Paddington to West Ruislip ghost train video

    • Alasdair Clift
      Alasdair Clift 3 days ago

      This is that service, it was extended. Now it's stopped running due to HS2 works

  • Kent Paynter
    Kent Paynter 2 months ago

    The USA subsidizes air service to some small cities. So maybe for a similar reason.

  • Potter's Police Videos
    Potter's Police Videos 2 months ago

    2:55 Incorrect. It's a route retention service in addition to fulfilling that obligation. They have to keep that line open just in case Marylebone becomes unusable. Therefore they would not want to close that line!

  • Fox Mulder
    Fox Mulder 2 months ago

    Privatisation fail

  • Cpr1234
    Cpr1234 3 months ago

    I see that '2' is M40 Trains Limited at 1:02. Could this be why the Chiltern Main Line runs a similar route to the M40 motorway?

  • Eric Fisher
    Eric Fisher 3 months ago

    "Why the UK Runs Trains to Nowhere" Because Kenny Rogers needs a ride.

  • Rishit Deshpande
    Rishit Deshpande 3 months ago

    3-Guide Bridge

  • Matthew McNerlin
    Matthew McNerlin 3 months ago +1

    Should be renamed 'why Britain..', and not 'why UK..'. As in the north of Ireland we have one public transport body, which is quasi-public body. Not individual private bodies.

  • bubala99
    bubala99 3 months ago

    Immediately calls out the train i use to commute

  • C21H22 N2O2
    C21H22 N2O2 3 months ago

    Why this railway in London isn't used?
    Because the Central Line serves all the stations along the part of the line only used by trains Paddington to High Wycombe.

  • Videonerboa
    Videonerboa 3 months ago +4


  • Potter's Police Videos
    Potter's Police Videos 3 months ago

    Funnily enough I've been on a train between Wymondham and Spooner Row today for the sake of it. Spooner Row has been described by Greater Anglia (the TOC who run the services to that station) as having a "limited service", it is only served by 3 trains per day which makes me think that they are parliamentary trains. Most trains pass straight through it.

  • oiseaudubonheur
    oiseaudubonheur 3 months ago

    How is that "trains to Nowhere"?

  • Saul Luis
    Saul Luis 3 months ago

    *mar-le-bone* not mary-le-bone

  • Sandhya Deshpande
    Sandhya Deshpande 3 months ago

    Sorry, there are 3 and in the middle of Stockport and Stalybridge

    • Alasdair Clift
      Alasdair Clift 3 days ago

      Guide Bridge is an interchange and receives many more trains a day

  • Onkar Kanbarkar
    Onkar Kanbarkar 3 months ago

    Somehow the process of rail route closure reminded me of Yes Minister :)

  • Mikko Korhonen
    Mikko Korhonen 3 months ago

    This problem didn't exist before the rail service was privatised, by the way

    • Alasdair Clift
      Alasdair Clift 3 days ago

      It did, BR ran infrequent services to stations if they couldn't close them immediately, Primrose Hill, Broad Street and Croxley Green spring to mind, only got 2 or 3 services in rush hour once a day before they closed

  • Jim Enticer
    Jim Enticer 3 months ago

    The reason we don't got trains is because if you want to use/ride public transport, you are fuckin gay. Plus having your own personal means of transport is a major status symbol

    • Alasdair Clift
      Alasdair Clift 3 days ago

      How is it a homosexual tendency to use public transport rather than creating more pollution?

  • Joseph Caiazzo
    Joseph Caiazzo 3 months ago


  • Do the Maths
    Do the Maths 4 months ago

    I’m watching this on a London train

  • Kyle Davis
    Kyle Davis 4 months ago +1

    I work in the transportation industry. This isn’t a train to nowhere, clearly it goes somewhere. It’s simply a train with extremely low ridership. But that begs the question - does the infrequent service create low ridership or does the low ridership justify the infrequent service? It’s a chicken and egg problem. Sure somebody like me who analyzes transit data for a living can look at a line like this and say, “this line should be discontinued, only 2 people ride it every day.” But if we ran the service 10 or 12 times a day would more people ride since the line would be a lot more reliable and practical? You won’t know unless you increase service.
    The government protections are needed here because public transit is a funny industry. Generally speaking transit doesn’t make money, and if it does make money it usually is that way only because transit companies only operate the most profitable routes while not running inefficient, unprofitable service.
    BUT......that begs the question - is public transportation a private industry selling a product or service, the same way McDonalds sells burgers and Home Depot sells plywood, or is it a public service operated for the public good, irregardless of whether a profit margin can be achieved?
    The UK, it seems to me, is trying to have it both ways by contracting out the services to the private sector while still regulating the service enough to ensure that certain routes and stations are always served, even if the private company loses money doing so, all for the sake of protecting the public interest and ensuring that people have access to rail transit.
    All in all, it’s not a bad idea and ultimately strikes what is probably the best possible balance between letting private industry handle the service while playing the role government is supposed to do - ensure that the public interest is protected

    NINTENDOSH 4 months ago

    Where's Dr Beeching when you need him?

  • Samuel Mashil
    Samuel Mashil 4 months ago +2

    RIP London Midland :(

    • Alasdair Clift
      Alasdair Clift 3 days ago

      +Robert Faber Not really, not anything within their control. They didn't have their franchise taken away, it just came to the end of it's contract

    • Robert Faber
      Robert Faber Month ago

      Weren't they breaking records for the worst customer satisfaction in Britain's railway history when they still existed? I don't think many people would be sad they got the franchise taken away from them...

  • Strathpeffer Junction
    Strathpeffer Junction 4 months ago +1

    The Scottish Government awards contracts for Scotrail, not the UK Government.

  • Tony Trilex
    Tony Trilex 4 months ago +3

    I hate how you segway your video to an advertisement

    • Shawn Pitman
      Shawn Pitman 24 days ago

      i hate how you don't even know the english fucking language, because its segue, not "segway" segway, is one of those stupid 2 wheeled machines you stand on and push a bar to move.
      So until you learn these BASIC things, shut your ignorant self up.

  • Mr Aiq
    Mr Aiq 4 months ago

    I'm a train enthusiast and I live in the UK how did northern (my local company) go extreme by putting a train once a week because London midland (now London northwestern railway or West Midlands railway) had no trains at that station for 13 YEARS

  • NascarFan 2018
    NascarFan 2018 4 months ago

    Its wierd how smaller countries like scottland have a lot more traim routes and service and operate trains lots of times a day but a bigger country like the US operate less trains and less service like Amtrak's sunset limited which is a train from LA to New orleans via Houston and only operates 3 times a week in each direction and most long distance amtrak trains run 1 traim Daily in each direction and yes i already i knew that houston had only 3 trains in each directon i am not saying i hate trains in America in fact im a train fan myself just wanted to share some info with you guys about Amtrak trains in the US

  • PCnever
    PCnever 4 months ago

    Let private companies close stations/service, the public will decide with their money if it was a good decision or not!

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    AdiHD 4 months ago

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  • Simon West
    Simon West 4 months ago

    Since May 2018, Stockport-Stalybridge now has two trains a week (once each way) on Saturdays.

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    Elias Turunen 4 months ago

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  • Kings Confetti
    Kings Confetti 4 months ago

    I was on a ghost train 🚊 it was fine ✅but ir went nutts no boody was imside

  • Nitro Indigo
    Nitro Indigo 4 months ago

    Apparently, there's a train in Japan that visits a small town so one girl can go to school.

  • Alan F Brookes
    Alan F Brookes 4 months ago

    The Paddington situation is not exactly as you described it.
    When the line through High Wycombe to Birmingham and beyond was built by the Great Western Railway, ALL their trains ran to Paddington, and it was a main line. Marylebone had not been built at that stage. But they closed the Great Central route from Marylebone, leaving Marylebone with few services ....a large main line terminal with just a few trains. Then they rebuilt Paddington and created new services to Heathrow Airport, so Paddington became too crowded.
    The solution was to transfer all the main line trains from the Birmingham area into Marylebone instead of Paddington.
    So to call Marylebone the normal terminus for Great Western line trains is misleading. It never was in days of yore. Sending them into Marylebone has only been since Chiltern Railways took over the services.

    • Alasdair Clift
      Alasdair Clift 3 days ago

      It was earlier than that, around the 60s when both the New North Main Line (as it was to Paddington) and the Great Central closed around Beeching's era

  • Darlene
    Darlene 4 months ago

    first planes, then trains?

  • Tyler P.
    Tyler P. 4 months ago

    So uk money completely controls someone’s private business and forces them to spend extra money. Sounds like one other places had that problem.🇺🇸

  • zeeshan lalani
    zeeshan lalani 4 months ago

    This dude is jobless 😂

  • Tanner Kilgore
    Tanner Kilgore 4 months ago

    Chill turn railways seems pretty chill. 😆

  • MrThrash43
    MrThrash43 4 months ago

    Fucking yank sticking their nose in

  • LukeO9
    LukeO9 4 months ago

    if these companies don't want to provide a train service that citizens want and governments enforce, why is the service "supplied" by private enterprise?

    • Alasdair Clift
      Alasdair Clift 3 days ago

      Neither the citizens nor the Government want it, it's simply so the line remains open and used so if Marylebone is for whatever reason closed, trains can be diverted to Paddington

  • Funkky Monkey
    Funkky Monkey 4 months ago

    This kinda is the complete opposite of the video about why the US train system sucks

  • All My Hobbies
    All My Hobbies 4 months ago

    ghost trains exist because of socialism they should try capitalism if people want to ride the trains they will and company’s will provide the service because it’s a profitable service if people don’t want to ride on the train then it will disappears

  • Mark W. Schumann
    Mark W. Schumann 4 months ago

    I'm wondering if "Chiltern Railways" is a shoutout to "taking the Chiltren Hundreds," i.e. maintaining an office that has no actual use because it fulfills some technical requirement that's hard to change.

    • Alasdair Clift
      Alasdair Clift 3 days ago

      No, it's because it runs through the Chiltern Hills

  • Rikki Cruz
    Rikki Cruz 4 months ago

    Once you've completed these three easy steps

    Really easy, Indeed

  • does anyone fancy some crumpets and tea

    There was a ghost train to a (now demolished) Station called Newhaven Marine. Except you couldn't get on it because the station was abandoned in 2006 when the ferry terminal closed and platforms were closed.

  • Name Namerson
    Name Namerson 4 months ago

    as if stockport got mentioned, interesting

  • RPB Media
    RPB Media 4 months ago

    Stay-le-bridge you got it right the first time friend