It could also be because there's a view out the front window and they're
all gathered down the front for a look from the best seats in the house.
Basic human instinct is a wonderfully predictable thing. Like the boarding
rush for the forward-facing seats in public transport conveyances.
On Monday, 9 July 2018 17:10:12 UTC+10, Matthew Geier wrote:
> On 08/07/18 21:52, 'Richard Youl' via TramsDownUnder wrote:
> > It looks like they don’t trust the automatic drive. There’s heaps of
> > people in the front.
> The ATO probably hasn't been commissioned yet.
> They need to prove the train's traction package works before moving onto
> And they were within yard-limits, there may not be ATO in the yard