All eyes were glued to the Royal Wedding on Saturday. What an amazing day. The whole event ran like clockwork and even the weather was perfect.
In complete contrast was the chaos of 'Meltdown Monday' as commuters tried to get to work following the introduction of the largest rail network change for decades. According to Thames Link Twitter account the new time table meant a lot of staff and stock were in the wrong place meaning some services were altered / cancelled whilst Control worked to get everything in the right place.
Is there an argument that the railways should employ wedding planners?