Just now I finished driving the 2H18 service from Reading to Henley-on-Thames (depart Reading 8:10, arrive Twyford 8:17). I noticed some interesting routing choices by the dispatcher, which made this short run to become extremely tight. - After leaving Reading from platform 13, after signal T1694 my train was routed to the up slow line (as I would expect). - After passing T1676, the train was routed onto the up fast line - It was then routed back onto the up slow line after passing signal T1646, - It then arrived in Twyford on platform 4 (reversing for HoT). - During this short run, I encountered the following speed limits: 25 - 40 - 90 - 40 - 125 - 40 - 90 While it was an interesting drive, I don't think a real life signaller would send trains along this route. They'd be sent along the 'up slow' route all the way as there's no need to use the crossovers.