Gadget Geek· Registered
Wow! Never heard of snow socks before, but they do the job. Not sure I need any as I live by the coast and the terrain is flat, Also, we don't get much snow.
I wonder if Eurostar has ever been cancelled because of fish on the line?All of my comments are based on actual reasons that I've had a train cancelled/delayed when I used to commute by train - basically they don't work when it's snowy (tracks blocked), raining (tracks and tunnels flooded), leafy ("leaves on the line"), or sunny (tracks warped). Which is why I wasn't too bothered about moving to the middle of nowhere with no train station