This is my attempt at it. It's still missing the new East Anglia stock until we get more info. It's also not as detail as it could be. Corrections are welcome.
Thank you for this list. Please do you mind explaining your colour coding?
Yellow means they've partially started revenue services, but haven't been fully delivered yet. Orange means they've started delivery, but aren't yet on revenue services. Will add a green when a class is fully delivered.
How about splitting column E into columns for "Units under construction/testing" and "Units in service"? I might be able help out with the Class 387 as I've been keeping tabs on that.
Just thought of another order that has really gone under the radar: the additional Class 70s for Colas rail freight.
No worries. I've been updating it with people's suggestions, but the link remains the same, so just click it and you'll see it as it stands.Again, thank you for the explanation of the colours. When you have updated will you send it out please?
And this is why I didn't want to add locos.
First time I'm hearing about this. If you post the details, I'll add it though.
It's odd, I dunno if it's just me but it doesn't seem to have been reported much anywhere and I'd forgotten about it until the other day. According to Abrail there are 7 locomotives, 70811- 817 and are all due in 2017.
More info here:
Seven nine-car Class 802 AT300 bi-mode trains have been added to the Great Western Railway order with Hitachi Rail Europe.
And it enables potential future cascades to rural routes.
I'm not sure many ROSCOs would bet on having a route for 4 car diesel units in 20 years time!
However, why Arriva decided to order 2 car DMUs without corridor connections when they actually intend to use formations of between 2 and 5 cars is less clear. Saving money seems to be the most logical explanation.
Would have been ideal to have corridor connections yes.
Probably issue was more driver preference for full width cabs over half size though. A common complaint is the gangway obscuring view and the 380's connections were modified after delivery to increase drivers visibility.
Okay, I finally got around to adding these.
Can someone update me on the state of the 374 orders for Eurostar? I really struggle to understand the numbering system for these trains, which doesn't make it easier, plus up to date info seems hard to come by.