Before the previous post I would have said that it might have been a 374 due to the IZY e300 373 shortage. However if Eurostar are using the classic sets again then you now have a higher chance of 9110 being a 373.
I’m unsure, but I tried to go see it last month and Thalys had the e300 set running on it instead.
According to this tweet back in August 2019, they were using it back in summer.
A little heads up for anyone wishing to see, ride or train spot the IZY 3213/3224 set, the set appears to have been out of service for about 6 months and replaced with a refurbished Eurostar e300 set (3007/8), which explains why a lot of Eurostar 373 diagrams are now replaced with 374s at the...
And I realise this was 2018, but my point still stands as now that the Ashford problem has been fixed, there is nothing stopping them replacing the 373s on this route this summer.
Eurostar has the option to order another 7 (I believe) in the future from Siemens which would most likely kill off the refurbished 373s, though I personally would rather the 373s stay a bit longer, especially when it comes to the long distance seasonal routes.
They have now, and according to a...
I thought I'd attempt to wake this thread up again by sharing this major news...
It also seems the 374s can operate on any 373 diagram now as they are running the ski route to Bourg St Maurice and...
This looks like the continuation of the scrap move, unfortunately due to this popping up short notice on RTT there is no way I'll see it in time.