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If you want older timetables, many working timetables can be found second-hand at bookstalls at swap-meets, railway fairs and the like. Shops on preserved railways can also be fruitful sources if they deal in second-hand books as well as new. The National Archives also have many that can be consulted.

But I regret I'm not certain how you get current ones - the information is usually considered confidential and employees are discouraged, it seems, from spreading it about.

Sorry I can't help you further.

By the way, I think your query would have got noticed in the Prototype forum - there was a fruitful debate about milk trains several months back which included WTT information.

John Webb
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