Details of request “Advice when trains are longer than platforms

Event history

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id event_type created_at described_state last_described_at calculated_state link
1536312  sent  2015-09-23 20:53:35 +0100  waiting_response  2015-09-23 20:53:35 +0100  waiting_response  outgoing  
1536924  response  2015-09-24 14:01:41 +0100    2015-09-24 22:08:45 +0100  waiting_response  incoming  
1537441  status_update  2015-09-24 22:08:45 +0100  waiting_response  2015-09-24 22:08:45 +0100  waiting_response   
1561275  response  2015-10-19 14:40:34 +0100    2015-12-20 13:16:21 +0000  rejected  incoming  
1561746  status_update  2015-10-19 19:52:27 +0100  not_held  2015-10-19 19:52:27 +0100  not_held   
1617449  destroy_incoming  2015-12-11 14:32:17 +0000         
1617450  edit  2015-12-11 14:32:41 +0000         
1624189  edit  2015-12-20 13:16:21 +0000  rejected  2015-12-20 13:16:21 +0000  rejected   
2626740  status_update  2017-11-11 22:39:13 +0000  error_message  2017-11-11 22:39:13 +0000  error_message   
2626810  destroy_incoming  2017-11-12 07:22:45 +0000         
2626811  edit  2017-11-12 07:25:14 +0000         

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