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I read the BBC article earlier and it said that £100,000 is going to Poulton - Fleetwood to turn it into a heritage railway.
Wasn't it also the last of the first batch?
Wow did that hit every branch on the ugly tree?
So 172's then?
The return football trains are usually dry trains anyways, are they not?
You raise a good point whether personal transport will be supplied to crews.
With the large budgets some of these have, is it really that difficult to hire in a correct loco for a week?
They may have to have a further dig through the FISA catalog or maybe use the same seats in a 2x1 config and have them recline.
I spent less than an hour on a 195 from Piccadilly - Preston and my rear was starting to get sore by the end of it.
The global manufacturers can't just build a factory over your house or rice fields willy nilly, whether you like it or not, because most Western...
I know this is seat wibble, but you can polish a turd...
There is capacity, just not at the times it's needed, so the latter.
Thanks for the clarification. Now you mention push-pull, they may be push-pull. The best thing to go on from my memory is there'll be a 90 at each...
So they're only allowed to motor if double headed, not TnT'd?
You say that like being 995 years early is a bad thing ;).
On a serious note, why hasn't there been heads rolling for these massively delayed...
They constantly double head inter modals.
They were always going to, it's why they built Newport.
Again, I only recall seeing it, so don't take it as gospel as I could be wrong.
I recall seeing 90's top & tailing initially 7 Mk4's somewhere.