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    8 trains in just 40 seconds - Video125

    It’s included on the film that features the Bakerloo, and Waterloo and City lines.
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    RAIL magazine

    I stopped reading Rail soon after Nigel Harris took over.
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    Paddington Station 24/7 - Channel 5

    I agree, how many broken down trains or staff being sworn at can some people take? It’s cheap formulaic tv.
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    Ian Allan Waterloo to close

    If they did visit, they’d probably thumb all tne books with their sweaty palms.
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    Ian Allan Waterloo to close

    Sad news, but not surprising. I haven’t been there for a good five years, but when I did go, it was fairly regularly and I usually spent at least £50-100 per visit. Why did I stop going? Products cheaper online, including magazine subscriptions and using, I hate to say places like Amazon for...
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    Locomotive Services Fleet (LSL) updates

    A bit off topic. Do LSL have their own drivers, or do they hire in staff from other TOC/FOCs?
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    Rail Freight Flows and News UK

    From what I’ve read on Facebook tonight, it’s by road. A Colas driver stated that the flow to Sinfin will restart next month, presumably operated by Colas. A Colas 67 was down the branch earlier today route learning.
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    Rail Freight Flows and News UK

    Do oil trains still run to Sinfin? I’ve posted before, but no one replied, so I thought I’d try again in this more dedicated section. Thanks in advance to any replies,
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    Sinfin oil trains ceased?

    Recently, on one of the railway groups on Facebook, someone mentioned that oil trains to the RR facility at Sinfin had ceased. I checked RTT, and realised that the trains no longer run. As RR needs aviation fuel to test its engines, how are they receiving their oil now....road or pipeline...
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    Inverness Drivers

    If employed by Scotrail, I’d say 158/170 and the shortened HSTs.
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    Inverness Drivers

    Far North and Kyle lines. East to Aberdeen and as far South as Perth I think.
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    RAIL vs Modern Railways

    Modern Railways is far superior. Detailed articles written by respected railway journalists. I’ve read it for the last 25 years. Rail on the other hand....went downhill years ago when Nigel Harris took over. Too cosy to Daft for my liking.
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    LNR new WCML timetable, May 2019 (in open data feeds)

    NewSo, a few snippets from a release to staff today..... Most Trent Valley services are strengthened to 8 coaches....the 1546 Euston to Crewe isn't however, as the 1549 to Liverpool via Birmingham gets 8 instead. Thanks for the update, sadly when I travel up to the Trent Valley, it’s mainly...
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    Video 125 Releases In 2019?

    It’s on their wish list page on their website.
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    DLR are Recruiting Passenger Agents

    Maybe you’re outside the 60 minute commute?
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    GN Class 717

    Yes. Like I said post night shift fatigue.
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    GN Class 717

    Are the cab windows the same as the 385s? They look it to my post night shift untrained eyes.
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    Class 710 LO

    According to Modern Railways, which is usually pretty reliable, the first unit should be tested on the line in March.
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    Unacceptable whistleblowing at Blackfriars

    An amplified whistle sounds very unpleasant. My ears wouldn’t like that. Definitely follow it up as others have said.

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