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Correct it was 210 which was coupled to 211 at the time. 303 involved was 026.
Possibly this website
Absolutely correct. Oldest vehicles in North Lanarkshire are the few ex Jersey buses running around and 42885-88 at Overtown (05 plate darts).
Aircraft can do it, with proviso that passengers keep seatbelts unfastened. So I’d say a bus is not really an issue.
Of course I am.
Apologies, brain freeze.
202 of course went on a jolly to the Netherlands and technically part of 203 spent a good bit of time on Merseyside but that’s probably splitting...
The branded 242’s have Lanarkshire on them.
61619 and 61621 both still in service. Seen on 266 in Motherwell
Yes they are pink. They look great in my opinion. 44682 appears to be YW68 OWD so I think it’s safe to assume 44680 will be OWB and 44681 OWC
New E200mmc 44679 at Blantyre depot. No route branding yet.
44529 was on the 240 this morning. Not sure if that’s Overtown or Blantyre based.
Thanks guys. That looks like 10 out and 11 in then with Streetlites replacing B7RLE’s. Makes sense if correct.
Thanks. So what else will be leaving? The Streetlites have been arriving too from the 34, so there’s gonna be an excess up at Overtown now.
What are these for? The 242? It doesn’t need 11 and there are only 6/7 B10’s still to be replaced. Very modern fleet at Overtown now
Which is very unfair for people living in the electric scheme in Holytown who have no direct service to Bellshill or Hamilton currently. Holytown...
WOW, did not realise they had improved Breich THAT much LOL
Very interesting explanations, thank you for taking the time to explain.
Possibly faulty cab equipment at one end that they can join to another unit in the middle of a six car set, therefore negating the need to use...
Not sure they will be naming any train City of Glasgow any time soon given it's history.
Grayrigg 390 033
Looks like its 385103 and 385005 that have entered service today, unless my eyesight is totally gone!