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I think it was a typo for "bushes".
That page states under "diesel-electric": Four-carriage electric and diesel trains (with a picture of an OHL EMU). Will be introduced on the on...
Indeed. And the latter we have no way of knowing.
They have: https://orr.gov.uk/__data/assets/pdf_file/0014/42242/interoperability-authorisation-bristol-to-cardiff-electrification-2020-01-03.pdf
Worse than that! The national speed limit on single-carriageway B roads is 60mph!
It is not about saving time, but saving money with cheaper EMUs, and saving the environment!
Because they were sent to Cardiff rather than...
Whatever it is made of, my point still stands -- it is designed to be softer than the contact wire.
Surely the graphite on the pantograph head is softer still?
Good to know that they are electric up to that point!
Presumably this new sign at Newport only applies to ECS moves from Stoke Gifford that reverse at NWP?
Not due to start until Monday on electric power.
What is the point in posting things like this?
Out of his posterior.
According to Network Rail Twitter, it was switched on on Christmas Day as expected. First revenue service is supposed to be the first week of January.
I suppose it depends if they just elicit warnings for the driver, or automatic pan dropping.
Only Brickyard Sidings is being electrified beyond the end of the platforms as things stand at the moment. Even though Stoke Gifford is...
Yes, I assumed that too.
Someone on Twitter claims their train went through the tunnel in electric mode!
Not to answer the question, but a DVT is just a carriage, not a locomotive. Therefore it is not “class 82”, just a trailer vehicle numbered in...