Mobile c2c sex
c2c indicated it would restart the roll-out should a suitable partner be found.
In June 2006 it was announced that portable X-ray machines and metal detectors would be randomly placed at stations and carried by officers on trains during summer 2006 to catch people carrying weapons, in a joint operation with Essex Police and British Transport Police, following trials at London Underground stations.
In the evening, all trains stop at Limehouse and very few miss out West Ham.
This was changed in the new December 2015 timetable.
c2c used the slogan way2go, but later used the Making travel simpler slogan also used by other National Express companies.
On 3 June 2007, the eve of World Environment Day, 357010 was given an all-over green vinyl sticker livery with the slogan "All c2c trains are greener now – find out more at – – c2c – the greener way to go" to highlight the completion of the scheme, which the company says has enabled energy savings of up to 20%.
In October 2007, c2c announced that it had switched to renewably-generated electricity in all its stations, maintenance facilities and offices in a contract with E.
This route runs over part of the London Overground Gospel Oak to Barking line; however, trains pass through Woodgrange Park station without stopping.
Tickets for trains between Fenchurch Street and Upminster are inter-available with London Underground services between Tower Hill and Upminster, at Transport for London fares. Oyster card pay-as-you-go has been available since 2004 at stations between Fenchurch Street/Liverpool Street and Upminster.