Just expressing my views on it's appearence (), however it's the same situation as people were saying about the Wessexes - it's a thing that has to happenm (in regards to the orange door). I love the idea of having the 121 though - love the mechanicals!WSXFan said:'Welcome to the RailUK Fault Finder.
For assistance in finding fault in the newly arrived 121, please press 1, which will direct your call to Coxster.
For other assistance, please hold whilst we transfer you to an operator'
*Runs into flame-proof cave*
All first generation DMMUs still in use on NR lines are Class 121s AFAIK. In passenger service is the Chiltern bubble car and the soon-to-be Arriva bubble car. Other 121s in use still have their '960' departmental numbers and are not for passenger use. These are 960012 in South West Trains livery working training duties, as well as a couple of sandite units with Chiltern and a Carrilion Rail bubble car again for training duties.eezypeazy said:Are there any other First Generation units available for normal passenger service (ie., excluding preserved lines)?
eezypeazy said:Why are units over 40 years old still in service, when there must be much younger stock (eg 142s) available?
Demps said:That arriva 121 is ****ing mint, i dont know why you are complaining baout those doors, i think they look great, supose if there was no sky blue doors it would be boring as hell.