11 Car Pendo's daigrams

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Quick question an sorry if this has appeared on elsewhere, couldn't find it.

Do the 11 car Pendo's have fixed daigrams?

The reason I ask is I passed a very empty 11 car Pendo at Haymarket on the 0843 London - Edinburgh via Birmingham (1020 from Birmingham) which I found a little surprising considering that it is normally just a voyager (although some may say that if more standard class seats are needing a pendo vice voyager isn't going to make much difference.

Just expected it to always be a 9 car so was suprised to see FU at Haymarket.
 
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My understanding is the diagrams are not fixed but there is a preference to put them on Liverpool and Scotland services with only 1tph from London.

Didn't know the 0843 from EUS is now joined up to the 1020 from BHM -thanks. :)
 

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The 08:43 is extended from London Euston to Birmingham New Street in the summer. It is the same as the 13:43. It would normally start at BHM (Birmingham New Street) but as the summer it starts at Euston. The 10:20 is not coupled up to the 08:42 ex-Euston.

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My understanding is the diagrams are not fixed but there is a preference to put them on Liverpool and Scotland services with only 1tph from London.

Didn't know the 0843 from EUS is now joined up to the 1020 from BHM -thanks. :)

Yep, Virgin did it last year as well so it is shown in the timetable as such. I don't know if the 1620 Birmingham - Edinburgh is still a pendo now it no longer starts back at Euston.

Services from Edinburgh at 1052 and 1452 are now also direct to Euston.
 
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