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Railworker1972

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Hi guys, so a few months back i recieved a badge from Siemens, this badge shows a class 332 train. There isnt much else to say, the little piece of card it came with has some info on the back which says "Built by Siemens and CAF in 1997-98, there are 14 class 332 trains operated by Heathrow Express between Heathrow Airport and London Padington. There are 9 x 4 car units numbered 332001 - 332004 & 332010 - 332014, and 5 x 5 car units numbered 332005 - 332009. Maximum speed is 100mph." Pictures are also attached, i was just curious as to how much this would go for, im not really looking to sell it right now as i just want to know how much someone would be willing to pay for it.
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This is presumably a promotional item from when the 332s were new. I'd hang onto it for now as it will increase in value over time, and crucially make sure you keep it on the card and in good condition. Considering that Hex may cease to exist at all at some point in the not too distant future, I'd suggest pack it safely away and come back to it in a decade or so!
 

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This is presumably a promotional item from when the 332s were new. I'd hang onto it for now as it will increase in value over time, and crucially make sure you keep it on the card and in good condition. Considering that Hex may cease to exist at all at some point in the not too distant future, I'd suggest pack it safely away and come back to it in a decade or so!

I'd suggest they were produced much more recently. The slogan that one can see on the card, "The Smarter Way" was only established in recent years. Indeed, a visit to the old website from years ago via the wayback machine has no mention of this slogan.
 

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I'd suggest they were produced much more recently. The slogan that one can see on the card, "The Smarter Way" was only established in recent years. Indeed, a visit to the old website from years ago via the wayback machine has no mention of this slogan.

Fair point!
 
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