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From August ScotRail will also release five 3-car Class 170/4's to Abellio East Midlands to eliminate all their 153's by January 2020.
Yes, you are quite right. Also GWR now have 5 refurbished and 9 classic sets.
Class 319 PRM mods at Wolverton took less than a month lol.
AFAIK 5 refurbished and 6 classic. Although Set 5 was just released with only 3 trailers.
No, it's the full refurbishment (with power-operated doors and control emission tanks) via a 3rd production line created there, because the...
Any progress on the coaches at Kilmarnock. I think up to six coaches have been there since April.
I'd wager South Africa because of their similar ''Electrostar Guage Train'' over there, in contrast to the 360/2s to Thailand.
Class 455's did use to operate the SE metro services long before the Networker's arrived lol.
You mean Inverclyde route. Hopefully by December 2019 timetable change that number should be down to zero.
Have any of the refurbished 255's contain a disabled toilet and wheelchair space area yet.
Has any Mk3 coaches gone in Kilmarnock works yet? Or has work started there?
Yes, and then for PRM works, not including corrosion and bodywork repairs, because it was done a while back.
Will more short HSTs enter traffic from the May 2019 TT change? If so, would it release the 143's to TfW?
Are the 9-car Azumas supposed to release one MK4 set for TfW?
And have less seats than a conventional 2-car DMU lol.
You forgot 319373 is not PRM compliant, 372 is.
I'd assume the 143's will stay with GWR until December, to cover the loss of the 153's to TfW.
Wabtec are behind refurbishing the MK3 coaches due to the following:
1) Loss of skilled welders.
2) Excess or unforseen levels of corrosion.