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AlexS

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Don't worry about that. Look at the coach. If it has lots of doors (at every seat row), then its a VEP or a VOP. If it has about 3 doors per coach, has sliding windows, and the VEP style front (As your pictures demonstrate) it's a CIG. If it has a hopper window, an old looking front, and a few doors, its a CEP.
 

Julian G

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Quote from Coxster's post in E-rail said:
The second digit in the number for CEPs is anything upto and including 6. CIG's second number is anything over and inclduing 7.

CEP example: 1650
CIG example: 1750
 
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