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That’s interesting. Is this not standard practice at all terminal stations then?
Railjets are great (and I’m sure you noticed they have the same Grammer seats as the GWR Mk3 refurbs...)
A bit off topic, but plenty of TOC TVMs in Greater London sell (e.g.) paper travelcards and single tickets to Tube destinations.
The plan was for them to be razor blades in the next few years but all that’s in doubt now because of the failure of the franchise competition!
When I was commuting to Canterbury in 2005, East/Victoria was definitely seen as the “main” London route.
I don’t have a source but am certain they operated via Maidstone too.
It’s surely more due to the articulation and low centre of gravity. The TGV design is well known for its excellent ride at speed (even the PSE...
965B31FF-EF7B-44C8-88CB-8183BA1D317F by urpert posted 21 Sep 2019 at 07:41
Here’s a 376 in platform 1 at Victoria. (No idea why I can’t get the...
Unfortunately I can’t find any pics of the special moquette!
I still remember the C Stock train which had a complete wrap for Yellow Pages, plus replacement moquette, at some point in the mid 90s.
Every 12-15 minutes during the day IIRC.
In that case the 314+tram suggestion above will take you from Hayes to East Croydon (for Cat/Tat).
Bromley North is an easy walk down the high street to Bromley South (10-15 mins) or you can hop on a 119 bus to Hayes and cover that line too....
It’s almost certainly just fallen off. Same deal with the coach numbers on 376s
If you look carefully you can see the wedges retrofitted to 465 windows to stop them from opening wide enough for the seat bases to fit...
Ah ok. I was thinking of 5V08:
Is that the ECS that then runs empty to Hayes?
Another poster has already mentioned the Grange Road area which is particularly poorly served by public transport. I read once that the survival...
Though they must have consented to Sydenham Hill station!