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007 is on the diagram today (I’m on it at the moment)
While we’re on vertical differences between stations and places served, there’s quite a surprising case almost in Greater London in the case of...
Reminds me of the Connex Networker livery.
And the ones that were refurbished in the early WAGN days fixed that problem too. I have fond memories of commuting on those!
Münster is also great (but too far for a day trip).
There are also the southbound TL workings that terminate at Elephant then bounce via the siding at Herne Hill. Not sure if there are still any...
To find Southern 455s you're best looking at the routes that pass through Tulse Hill/West Norwood. The London Bridge - Beckenham Jn route (2tph)...
What about those electric showers with a separate box mounted on the bathroom wall? I can’t recall seeing those anywhere else.
Do any other...
An unidentified 376 Eden Park-Hayes this morning.
Agreed - I’ve found the international ticket office staff at Midi incredibly helpful in case of disruption before.
I still have the RAIL- published “Britain’s New Railway” guide which agrees with you:
“First Bus is a backer of Great Western Holdings - operator...
I liked the original one on HSTs and the later one on 222s.
Yes! Two of the best post-privatisation liveries IMO. No wonder I like it.
Agreed. I'd also put in a word for the general top-of-staircase arrangement on a TGV Duplex, with the little "sofa" area squeezed in between the...
Not to mention the sound!
That’s sad. There have been “City of X” nameplates on the WCML at least since the days of the 86s.
Makes it look like the Belgian I11 stock that is a very distant relative :
That’s interesting. Is this not standard practice at all terminal stations then?