no such thing as a typical day, simply because we are trained not to be robots and to bring that human feel back to customers, on top of which you cannot predict what happens on the railways.
some days can be fun, some days not so fun,
in my many years on the railway I have learned what it is people truly want, they want to feel like an individual and not just "a customer"
I met many great people on the railway and they will not be forgotten, some of my greatest times where with close friends I met whilst on the rails.
its like a huge family.
best part of the job for me was making peoples day's, I personally feel if I can make someone happy it then makes me happy, kind of self satisfaction threw helping others.