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I presume then that you have seen or been inside a completed HEX 387 to pass judgement on the interior and to say it’s exactly the same as a...
No, 769s, as mentioned by JN114, will (eventually!!) take care of those.
Add the Basingstoke Branch services as well, seeing as they haven’t been...
So basically you can be “delayed” without even stepping on a train?
What absolute melt devised that system?
Is there anybody on here that can...
That is ridiculous!
Please humour me?
If the train you are on is advertised (on the temporary / emergency timetable) to start at 10.15 and arrive at 11.00.
1G70 and it’s return working were cancelled this evening due to a short notice driver sickness.
Not quite, it’s only the National Grid 25KV compound and buried HV cables adjacent to the Up Main that is being energised.
802007 & 802014
1A81 & 1A82 can’t be shortformed from Penzance, they are both booked to run as 5 from Penzance and couple at Plymouth (with units that comes ECS...
802019 (with 012) due through on 1L60 at approx 1432.
800319 due 1558 on 1L66
GWR units in bold, sorry can’t help with XC units.
The naming was mentioned in this post on the Great Western Livery thread, however I notice it is no longer mentioned on the website plus I haven’t...
Worked these today but now back on North Pole
5D35 Npleiep 08:58 Padton 09:07
1D35 Padton 09:49 Oxfd 10:50
5P47 Oxfducs 13:47 Oxfd 13:49
5 car IET are common enough on Oxf - Pad services.
This morning: 6 with isolated GU, 11 with ‘diesel only’ restriction.
Azuma was chosen because it’s Japanese for ‘East’ and they would be running on the ECML.
GWR just chose to use IET as they are Intercity Express...
No, Shunters don’t drive. AFAIK the only Depot that has their own ‘Depot Drivers’ is us at Reading (known as Manoeuvrers). They do the same...
That seems to be anything but! :lol::lol:
104 returning to Reading from Wolverton
'Graze' at Bath. No access direct from the station but is immediately adjacent to the platform. Nice large outdoor area, great on a sunny day.