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Is 002 still in existence?
Barnetby was destaffed on 17th May 1993.
They keep at least 3 vehicles at Matlock overnight. I often walk past as they are putting them to bed.
Here's a video of it being taken away in November '98
Taken out of service for refurbishment on 14th October 1998. Returned from Wakefield in LUL corporate livery.
Agreed, the 323s looked very smart in GMPTE livery.
Yes, exactly that, except it still happens sometimes in Northern-land, always on BR era stock it must be said.
How about if you just get a faint buzzing noise and unintelligible garble? Should that class as a failure?
I think the OP is asking which ones use a mechanical bell rather than an electronic sounder as an audible warning.
Class 143s were briefly used on the Bathgate line when new.
I think you're right. They interworked with the 310s for a while didn't they?
Class 101 cab doors were forever sliding open of their own accord. No one seemed particularly concerned though.
A Sunday service will run on Nottingham Express Tram on Boxing Day.
The Waterloo & City Line AKA "The Drain" has to have pumps running all the time I believe.
The Pacers felt like a downgrade from the 101s (especially the power-twin sets) we had before them on the Hope Valley.
Unless you happen to live in the Matlock area like I do, then it's pretty useful actually.
I wish they'd just leave the original seats in. All they need is new cushions!
Still better than a 142 or a 150 though. 323s are brilliant, I don't understand why they'd want to get rid of them.
If that's the case, I guess it would be preferable to sort out the gauging issues than to end up with no usable stock.
EMT has sent an HST to Crewe at least once before in service. There's a picture around somewhere.