The second episode of The Railway 24/7 will air on Channel 5 tonight and will go behind the scenes at TransPennine Express during freak storms.
Episode two of the series sees Storm Ciara bring havoc to the network, blocking lines and leaving passengers stranded.
With 80mph winds and railways flooded, Head of Customer Experience Change Adam must rescue passengers and try to find other ways home for them.
The episode also shows the British Transport Police working a night shift, with officers being called to Stockport station when a group of young men refuse to leave the station.
In Hull, station supervisor, Dave, has the challenge of putting 20 trains away for the night, but they all have to be put away in the right order.
Thousands of football fans swamp the network and Jess, a conductor has a crowd of Scunthorpe fans on her train.
Finally, Duty Control Manager Ann has to deal with a broken down train, shes tracked down a replacement train, but no conductor for it. Ann then sends Patricia in a taxi down the M6 in a bid to get the replacement train departing on time.
Liz Collins, Interim Managing Director at TransPennine Express, said: “The reaction to the series so far has been fantastic to see, and we’re excited to give our customers and regular commuters a further insight into the inner workings behind our operation in episode two.
“Storm Ciara was dubbed ‘storm of the century’, and it certainly brought chaos to the TransPennine network, so I’m sure viewers will be interested to see how it impacted us and how we dealt with the crisis.”
The second episode of The Railway 24/7 will be aired on Wednesday 17 June at 9 pm on Channel 5.
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