I knew you wouldn't give up until you found an error somewhere! Well if that's the worse you can find then I'm not too bothered.Coxster said:
Yes I know. Didn't you see the note on that page? It's obviously not a 101. How do you know that it's 114/50019?Coxster said:
See the attached image from the RailCar Assosiation's website. I'm sure it is the same thing as it looks similar, has the high-level light on the roof, the written on number, green primer in exactly the same places etc.The Gricer said:How do you know that it's 114/50019?
Mwahahaha! The Class 127 is not a Diesel Mechanical Multiple Unit, it is a Diesel Hydraulic Multiple Unit! One of the first too.Coxster said:
Who cares about the 127 - wasn't one of their nicknames 'bedpan' for working Bedford to St Pancras?Jamie said:Mwahahaha! The Class 127 is not a Diesel Mechanical Multiple Unit, it is a Diesel Hydraulic Multiple Unit! One of the first too.
For reference purposes, the 127 is on the far left of that shot, with 'St. Pancras' showing on the destination blind. I believe the restoration of the unit is coming along quite well, or at least it was last time I spoke with one of the chaps doing it.