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I've seen 458s with reds on the front, and on one occasion a 450 with nothing on the front.
I'm sure I've seen the refurbished 458/5s carrying "5JUP"
Winchester seems to have two starters (one in the morning and one in the evening) and two terminators Mon-Fri.
Caerphilly also only has four...
Three starters in the morning, three terminators in the evening. There's an exit from Ramsgate depot facing Broadstairs which makes it easier...
Haven't done it myself, but if they're on a 2L there's a fair speed to be had. In a 450, 90mph is possible on the nonstop run between Weybridge...
They’re carriages numbered in the 82000 series. That is all.
No such thing as a class 82 anymore.
A DVT is a mk4 carriage with a driving cab in it.
Crew change is Newcastle (though I've seen them do a second at York during the Durham Coast diverts), as the London crew only go as far north as...
Not strictly what OP was after, but CS192 in the old Crewe layout. You were never fast to Crewe, always fast to CS192!
Not quite. The 378s change over on the move and only stop if they fail the changeover.
However the sleeper calls at Carstairs. VTWC/TPE do not.
Edinburgh would still require a shunt and run-round at Carstairs. Glasgow is just drive forward.
Remember also the stock lives at Polmadie...
There was the more than minor issue of wheelchairs not/only just going through the doors. No idea if they've dealt with it.
Best I can manage is a withdrawn D stock carriage on the M25.
Not so sure about "fuzzy", but I've certainly had a bit of a whack off the phone when I put it to my ear! (I use my earphones now as a result.)...