We must nearly be at about 50+ drivers at DPTI that have NEVER EVEN SEEN the Tonsley line.
I assume >50 is tongue-in-cheek. The line has been closed over 2 years now, but hopefully there isn't such a high turnover in Metro train drivers that there could now be 50 who have never driven to Tonsley.
Despite the punishing 24hr shift work, I thought train driving was a good, secure and well-paid job that most people hung onto once they got it (and management try to make sure you are suited & motivated before they go to the time & expense of training).
Or could this number be in the ballpark due to a lot of "old blokes" reaching retirement age?