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Locomotives may be noiser, but there is more separation between the engine and passenger areas. On a 150, or any DMU, the engines are below the...
DMU - Class 150
My thoughts and prayers go to his son, witnesses, and the driver.
It is often said that art is subjective. I am personally not a fan of most of the globs of ugly lettering with colour vomited onto it.
I would shred them as they have information that could be used by burglars
I see lots of white vans with graffiti.
Also, there's the risk of upsetting the owner of the vehicle, trains are owned by faceless companies.
No one wants someone who stinks the bus out, especially on a long overnight coach trip.
And if they haven't even bought a ticket... Well I don't...
Likely as they do not work with design consultants when negotiating new stock. Some do a good job though, TfL and Abellio seem to get it right.
What is a 'thick Southern male voice'?
Never been on it, but the Parry people mover looks sad
Love the sound of the diesel engine then the classic electric motor.
The drivers have a digital device they use to check tickets with.
I'm not sure the OP means replicate the tube exactly for a new 'tube line'. Clearly, the deep level Underground concept is outdated as the trains...
Honestly, that does look very clime-able, especially so to children and intoxicated adults.
I wouldn't risk it. I'm pretty sure NatEx skip stops if no tickets have been bought.
Everyone really should be appropriately mute, anti social, ensuring the appropriate lonely death when it appropriately occurs.
We weren't there so could not see exactly what happened, but as a guard who sees lots of people I think his judgement is quite tuned in to these...
I think you mean the line is applied at the wrong angle. The headlight is innocent, he was there first!
On many old photographs the lineside is clear with neatly cut grass.
Controversial, but lineside mowing and litter removal could be a good job for...