Class 377 diagrams from London to Bedford

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4SRKT

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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.
 

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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).
 
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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
 

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Have we got the usual's for 377's on London Bridge to Brighton runs on Saturdays?

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