GatEx 387/2

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SteveZodiac

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Hi, I'm looking for some information about the make-up of the GatEx 387/2s, please. I have had a look at the formations page here (http://www.class387.co.uk/formations.php) but it does not tally 100% with the data I have. If folk here can help, I'd be really grateful.

Q1: Is the numbering convention on the aforementioned page correct?
- i.e. is it 421... = DMOS-A, 422... = PTSOL, 423... = MSOL, 424... = DMOS-B?

Q2: Which vehicle(s) have First Class?

Q3: Which vehicle(s) might be marked as being 'accessible'?
- i.e. which vehicle(s) have space and facilities for wheelchair users etc. and are they marked on the doors as such?

Thank you!
 
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On Q3, the wheelchair spaces and toilet are in the pantograph car, accessed from the doors at the opposite end to the pantograph. The wheel chair spaces are just towards the centre of the car from those doors with the toilet to the other side of the doors.
 

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Q1: Is the numbering convention on the aforementioned page correct?
- i.e. is it 421... = DMOS-A, 422... = PTSOL, 423... = MSOL, 424... = DMOS-B?
no, this is incorrect, DMOS A is 421, MOSL, 422, PTOSL 423, and DMOS B 424.
Q2: Which vehicle(s) have First Class?
DMOS A only.
 

aleggatta

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just having had a look through that website, it seems to be completely out of date, doesn't show the /2s or /3s being built and doesn't show the extra /1s after the speculative order, the whole thing looks like its been mothballed by the owner...
 
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