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That makes sense, considering the depth - it seemed surprising that it wasn't tunnelled.
I live the atmosphere in that last shot.
79 minutes is the fastest I can find but that's 1990s.
1980s the fastest I can find is 84 mins, but it was usually 90.
It was the deepest railway cutting at time of construction in the world.
Ah okay, never knew that. I've always known her simply as Allison.
I suppose there's no harm in the variety, but Alison was always the best. The other announcers sound rather downbeat and muffled if anything.
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I'd like to know that as well, as far as I knew Alison McKay was the older ScotRail announcer.
I've never liked that livery tbh, or the blue version.
The present white livery would be better retained than that I have to say.
I have only ever found that on their newest of trains, those of a similar vintage to our Mk3s/Mk4s are usually a significant climb up.
They could but it's unlikely, don't see 175s going the other way somehow.
Less substitutions then with an extra set arriving.
LHCS Mk3s are drophead buckeyes
HST Mk3s are Alliance couplers (fixed buckeyes)
Mk4s are Tightlock within the set and buckeye at the non-gangwayed...
It'll be interesting to see if that's what they do choose.
Sure, I always love to see other people's creativity.
Only Edinburgh really, they start spreading out to unequal intervals as you get further from Edinburgh.
The only way to make it even intervals...
It was to do with the fact that on 55s and 47401-420 the ETH was supplied straight from the main generator and the voltage would fluctuate when...
Well it's is twice-hourly, but the calling pattern means it's not at half-hourly intervals.
There was something non-standard about the ETH which meant only available electrics could haul them. Possibly a similar reason as to why only...
Nordovests? Sounds like thermal underwear! :lol:
Shotts isn't yet and I don't know if they will tighten the timings or indeed when they would if they do.
Via Shotts is still on Sprinter timings (at least one diagram is still DMU I believe)
Via Falkirk High has been on 385-timings since May, many...