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  1. fgwrich replied to the thread Island Line Upgrade.

    Funny that you mention the DLR, I've always thought that converting the Island Line over to a DLR Style operation would work rather well...

    28 Jan 2020 at 15:55
  2. fgwrich replied to the thread GWR Class 319 / 769 information & discussion..

    It could always see a hotpotch set up like we have on the Basing Branch with our oddball 3tph, with 2 of the peak services also acting...

    28 Jan 2020 at 15:33
  3. fgwrich replied to the thread GWR Class 143 withdrawals.

    Indeed, as we have also seen with 43195, and likely to be for 43300 & 313.

    27 Jan 2020 at 14:12
  4. fgwrich replied to the thread Question regarding Class 68 loco noise level.

    And electronic seat reservations, and plug sockets, at a lot of lighting, and Wi-fi, and TV Screens / PA stuff, and electronic toilets...

    27 Jan 2020 at 10:53
  5. fgwrich replied to the thread GWR Class 319 / 769 information & discussion..

    I wonder if that was a clearing out Reading Depot move or if it will finally receive the start of work to convert it to one of the 769s?

    24 Jan 2020 at 13:44
  6. fgwrich replied to the thread Abellio Greater Anglia Class 755s (Regional Trains).

    Looks like there was another failure today, with 755328 failing in Ipswich station. Eventually recovered by 37800 and towed back to...

    23 Jan 2020 at 00:49
  7. fgwrich replied to the thread Great Western Livery.

    I'm sure this has been on that thing for nearly a year now - There's a certain Penzance based driver who had a habit of sticking PZ...

    23 Jan 2020 at 00:12
  8. fgwrich replied to the thread Great Western Livery.

    Not so much a livery alteration, but it's welcome modification none the less - The first of the modified Mk3s (GW07) has appeared in...

    22 Jan 2020
  9. fgwrich replied to the thread GWR Cornish Night Riviera Sleeper and GWR Class 57 updates from Long Rock.

    That's not what the lease says for some of them. It'll all become clearer soon enough, the DA3 must be imminent.

    22 Jan 2020