AGA installing realtime information screens on their trains

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I note that Abellio Greater Anglia have installed realtime information screens on their 153 fleet. These are fitted at the "new cab" end of the 153s, at the end of the seating section. Mind you, the one I caught on Saturday morning on a Felixstowe to Ipswich service was convinced the train was forming a mid-afternoon service to Lowestoft, rather than the first train of the day from Derby Road Ipswich. :lol:
 
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Confused me for a minute, I was imagining a range cooker with realtime...
 

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For fleet read 153309 only. On trial on that unit. Meant to be set up by the guard but easy to forget and the control panel is well concealed. Had it today and it worked nicely though.
 
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For fleet read 153309 only. On trial on that unit. Meant to be set up by the guard but easy to forget and the control panel is well concealed. Had it today and it worked nicely though.

You're lucky. Doesn't set up anywhere around Ipswich, Felixstowe or bury st Edmunds, hence it doing 3 trips on the Felixstowe with me the other day showing all stops Norwich to Lowestoft.

At least give me an off switch for the thing, no info better than wrong info!!
 

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Is this the same system as on trial with Hull Trains?
 
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