The elderly lady had one of those walking trolleys that provided her assistance in walking. This was when they entered the carriage at Blacktown.
In fact, the young tall man with glasses was so polite, if you didn't see his 'RailCorp' logo on his business shirt, tou would have thought it is an ordinary person, who has the guts to care for others. That is what has happened. The generosity came when he offered his seat as they sat down (after I stood up and offered my seat) and he could see the seat near the exit doors was overcrowded for them. They politely 'thank him' as you normally do and they remained in their seat. The Railcorp Officer/gentleman sat back down in his seat reluctantly. What a man!
Does anyone see this kind of kindness be carried out during your train commuting day?