321446 was also the only 321 given 'One' livery wasn't it? Was quite noteworthy to see it, even if the livery was rather grotesque...Remember being at Ilford Station platform 5 when 321 446 was named George Mullings. Shame to see his train being amongst the first to go. Wonder what will happen to the nameplates, reported elsewhere as having been removed. Usually practice at GE naming ceremonies was for a third nameplate to be given to the person or organisation involved, for example the third plate from 321 444 Essex Lifeboats is on display in Harwich lifeboat station.
Two halves of 321s were destroyed in the Watford crash, so some vehicles have been disposed of before. The surviving vehicles became 321418, with replacement vehicles for 321420 being built, making it essentially a new unit.Am I right in saying that 357 and 446 the first units to actually go for scrap?