But here goes; what's happening, line by line.
Hereford and Oxford
Trains from Hereford join an hourly fast train from Oxford which travels north to Banbury, reverses and runs on Chiltern metals into Marylebone. Click to enlarge the diagram.
Sunday 27 – from Bristol Temple Meads
before 09.30, trains to London Waterloo will leave at 06.40, 07.30 and 09.15
from 09.30 to 19.00 trains to London Waterloo will leave Bristol Temple Meads on the hour, except 14.00
Hang on a sec. Every hour from 0930 to 1900
trains terminating at Reading will leave at 30 minutes past every hour, except 11.30, 12.30 and 14.30
Does that include the 0930?
after 19.00, the last direct train to London Waterloo will leave at 22.10
Does that mean that there are trains at 2000 and 2100 or not?
There was a very old prophet, a widow named Anna, daughter of Phanuel of the tribe of Asher. She had been married for only seven years and was now eighty-four years old.
She never left the Temple; day and night she worshiped God, fasting and praying. That very same hour she arrived and gave thanks to God ...
... and spoke about the child to all who were waiting for God to set Jerusalem free.
If Mary and Joseph needed any confirmation, Simeon and Anna's response to Emmanuel confirmed everything that the angelic vision had brought to Mary. The child was very special indeed.
But there was still more.
The most mis-understood, misplaced and mistaken story in the Nativity sequence. How wrong can we be?