Here are four photos of 150285 from yesterday: https://imgur.com/a/pGEXdS6 - There are plug sockets with USB points on every seat row (1 3-pin plug and 2 x USB for every two seats, apart from the few single seats near the toilet, which have one per seat) - The seats on this unit appear to either have been deep cleaned or replaced with spare ATW seats. And the grab rails by the doors have been repainted too. - The inside of the carriage hasn't, there's still the old ATW Castle motive at the end, and some patching up at various points inside the carriage. - The inside includes lots of old ATW stickers with ATW covered up, so it's not a complete refresh. - The window in the toilet has been removed. - The external door opening buttons have been replaced and are now similar to a touch screen device, rather than a physical button. And there is a new beeping audio warning when the doors open and close. - No sign of any automated audio announcements. - The outside of the train looks as though it's been re-vinyled in a (spare) ATW livery. There's no sign of the old logo or the horizontal lines on it. Lot's of people on the train I was on didn't even notice anything new, one or two clocked the toilet. When I was sat in the other carriage, some said I think this has had a refureb after commenting on the strong smell of glue/adhesive.