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I've never uploaded a file to it, so I wouldn't know what files they accept. @Entertexthere might know. If your photo is a ZIP file, that means...
That's a good picture, although ideally it should be cropped a bit so it's mostly the train. The photo can only be uploaded to Wikimedia if it is...
I also have a Wikipedia account (I suppose me and @Entertexthere will be fighting over the edit :D). I don't have any photos of them either, but...
What about the Channel Tunnel? If 66s are coming from the continent, I'll see them on the way to Ashford!
Most likely never, unless you count ones that have been converted back for UK use.
Once a Class 376 rescued a 375 somewhere in London. Funnily, the doors couldn't all be opened at the same time, so the 376's doors were opened...
I don't see why there'd be any speed restriction; it's not a zombie apocalypse (yet)! Maybe you're just on Northern?
Not that I know of in passenger service, but in ECS moves I know they have and probably do so very often.
Were the Class 168s run as 7-coach sets during testing?
I haven't found much information on the station (although I've only looked on Wikipedia) - why did it close?
Yes! Dover Priory is correct.
This means that you pick the next station.
That's the closest answer so far. I think my clues were a bit too hard, so let's hope that this clue will do it. The final clue is:
This station was once managed by Connex.
Yes, I do mean that map.
However, your answer is wrong.
The third clue is:
This station is served by fast trains to London.
Sorry, this is wrong. The next clue is:
On a National Rail route map, this station can be seen.
I'm new here, sorry. I tried to get rid of my Sundridge Park move so somebody else would go into it, giving me the win with Bromley North...
I shouldn't have striked through Sundridge Park, only now I realised I'd still get 40% of the points (if I'm allowed to get rid of my move at all,...