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Any further news on 800001 and 800002? Are they in service yet? If not where are they located?
Isn't there a flashing yellow on the approach to Kings Norton from the University direction?
If memory serves me right, the class 321s operated from Manchester Airport and 158s operated a service from I think Rochdale?
EDIT: beaten to it.
I think that might have been about how far south a pacer ever got!
To be honest this could be anywhere! I'll chuck in Tile Hill as a guess.
Also the VT operated class 158s
There are similar Wolves-Euston "Q" paths at 07.24 and 09.45:
It is a Mark 2 coach - well done and over to you. :)
Looks like we need a clue - its not a DMU.
No one is saying it was perfect but it was a lot better than the shambles we have today.
I feel BR should never have been scrapped.
Sounds like fake news to me - you would need a hell of a lot of security guards to be at every station when a Class 800/801 is due to call.
"We undertake this work when the railway is traditionally quieter but alternative routes will be extremely busy" - how does that work?
What other industries does it apply to then?
At its peak about 13,000!
My first workplace (late 80's) had three canteens:
1.One for manual workers.
2.One for middle management and clerical/office staff.
"The pot calling the kettle black" is the phrase that immediately springs to mind.