When the train arrived at St George's Cross there was a barely audible announcement telling us to disembark from the train, as it had broken down.
When we asked a member of staff what alternative arrangements had been made, he said none. We then asked if we could take a train on the other circle and extend its destination beyond Govan, which is the final destination for the trains on a Sunday, we were told that was not possible and, as it was almost 6pm, that train was the last one.
Not much of service.
Mr A R Anderson Glasgow
City art plan
IT'LL take more than some street art to put the heart back into Laurieston (Evening Times, September 24).
Unless new jobs, new local shops and improved local services are created, the area, despite the new houses, will remain what it is today, a desert.
Surely, with a little imagination, the area could once again become a bustling community.
Nell Andrews Cathcart
HERE we go again. As soon as autumn arrives, British Gas says it is going to put its prices up. This despite the fact the firm promised just four months ago that there would be no price increase this year.
Well, here's my promise to British Gas; yet gain, I am going to change supplier - and not to one of the other 'big six' providers.
The disaster that is the power supply industry just goes to prove that we were lied to over privatisation.
Name and address supplied
IF SCOTTISH Water can build a giant sewer across half the South Side of Glasgow, big enough for a bus to drive through, (Evening Times, September 23), why can't SPT extend the city's Subway system to serve the city's more outlying areas?
Danny Milligan Via email