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Discussion in 'Traction & Rolling Stock' started by mattby, 4 Nov 2011.
does any one know the class 377 diagrams to bedford from london St Pancras on saturday tomarrow
No, but in the FCC timetable booklet trains operated by 377s are indicated by a pink star at the tops of the columns showing that the train in question has a disabled access toilet.
They're only indicated that way on the weekday timetable. I'll see if they're on UKmodernEMU...
...and they're not. From personal experience though, I think the 1434 from St Pancras is a 377 (and the preceding service from Bedford - probably the 1324).
The following are usually 377s on a Saturday
STP - BDM : 0620, 0904, 0934, 1134, 1204, 1404, 1434, 1634, 1704, 1904, 1934
BDM - STP : 0754, 0824, 1024, 1054, 1254, 1324, 1524, 1554, 1754, 1824
There are probably more late evening 377s but not sure
Have we got the usual's for 377's on London Bridge to Brighton runs on Saturdays?
The will be a lot more more 377 out at weekends come the new timetable at the weekend.
Not exactly what the OP was after, but FCC tweeted today which services would be 12 carriage trains (and therefore 377's) from the new timetable.
Full schedule here: http://cms.thameslinkprogramme.co.uk/cms/pages/view/69
Article here: http://cms.thameslinkprogramme.co.uk/cms/pages/view/70