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Some pics from Bramshot near 444037 which has failed with a gearbox seizure fairly close to home.




 
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dvn1357 said:
Nice, what is the linespeed there?
Slow lines are 90mph, fast lines are 100mph* For anyone wanting to know, Bramshot is between my local station and Fleet. The place I took my photos above is above the former 'Bramshot halt'.

*Unless the train is not formed entirely of 442s, 444s, 450s or HSTs.
 

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Coxster said:
Slow lines are 90mph, fast lines are 100mph*
*Unless the train is not formed entirely of 442s, 444s, 450s or HSTs.
Right, we've seen your 442, 444 and 450 pics above. When are you going to show us some of the HST pics you've taken down this bit of line? :grin:

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The Gricer said:
When are you going to show us some of the HST pics you've taken down this bit of line? :grin:
I've never seen one on the line. I was just writing what it says in the Sectional Appendix :D
 

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HST can mean any train that is capable of travelling at over 100mph, am I correct?

(This doesn't just apply to Intercity 125s ;) )
 

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HST can mean any train that is capable of travelling at over 100mph, am I correct?

(This doesn't just apply to Intercity 125s ;) )
Any Diesel Train over 100mph, I think, certaintly I remember reading somewhere about part of the XC route upgraded for Voyagers, but 390s still had to observe the lower speed limit.
 
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