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Photos of the branding being applied.
Pleasing to hear.
Any idea of the condition? Could they be out and about for the 15th December timetable?
Ah, the automatic assumption that Welsh AMs use that one specific individual train :rolleyes::rolleyes::rolleyes:
True but this is hopefully confirmation that the project isn’t dead as some people on here have suggested.
Last month TfW said driver training...
A step in the right direction.
1) Don’t believe what you read on Facebook.
2) Depending on how you define it - Maesteg could easily be the Western Valley Line.
170206 and 170273 ready to move
Two up close external photos on 769008 in TfW livery here:
TfW confirm they will start driver training with their units in "early 2020"
Well they’re similar (but not identical of course) to the 175s.
170s will of course end up on the Heart of Wales line (and need the mainline to...
Just refreshing the main booking hall so far, same colours only the *really* observant will even notice it’s been painted.
Worth remembering that the WG put up 2/3rds of the cash for these and trumpeted them at the time. I don't think it's fair for the WG to blame ATW...
I spent 3.5 years commuting in rush hour from Queen Street to Penarth - the Rhumney train that I usually caught at 0826 in Queen Street emptied...
Which themselves fail the PRM requirements.
TfW have tweeted that they expect them to enter service in November I know they were expected to have entered sevice a year plus ago, but for them...
As reported elsewhere driver training has now started on these. Any guesses on when the remaining seven units will be delivered, I'm guessing...
I can imagine certain people foaming at the mouth as the "Remainer Queen tries to block Brexiter Boris, in a snub to 17.4million ordinary working...
This Tweet from a man who knows what he's talking about should be read in conjunction with recent events:...
Or not volunteering for overtime due to wanting to enjoy the good weather.