The March Rail and Underground Panel report says, 'Passenger demand is at its busiest at weekends and during school holiday periods. The February school half term week was the second busiest week since the 2012 Games with over 51,000 passengers.' & 'Weather has a significant impact on the day to day demand, similar to an observation attraction such as the London Eye or a river cruise such as Thames Clippers.' That sounds like a tourist attraction not a fundamental part of the transport network. Do you agree, and can you give your reasons?