[SWT Yahoo!] 442 C6 overhaul timings

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5Z47 04/01/2006

86923 BMWT&RSMD 09:53
86927 BRANKSOME PASS 09:57
86935 POOLE PASS 10:06
86936 POOLE SDG 10:08 10:32
86935 POOLE PASS 10:34
86927 BRANKSOME PASS 10:40
86921 BOURNEMTH PASS 10:50
86901 BROCKNHST PASS 11:07
86703 REDBRIDGE PASS 11:17
86520 STHAMPTON PASS 11:22
86513 NORTHAMJN PASS 11:25
86499 ST DENYS PASS 11:27
86087 EASTLEIGH PASS 11:35
86084 SHAWFORD PASS 11:39
86083 WINCHESTR PASS 11:43
86069 WORTINGJN PASS 12:00
86066 BASINSTOK PASS 12:02
86045 FLEET PASS 12:15
86042 FARNBORO PASS 12:21
87043 PIRBGHTJN PASS 12:26
86040 WOKING JN PASS 12:34
86031 WOKING PASS 12:36
86022 BYFLEETNH PASS 12:44
86010 ADDLSTNJN PASS 12:46
87106 VIRGINIAW PASS 12:57
87121 FELTHAM PASS 13:20
87122 FELTHAMJN PASS 13:22
87131 TWCKNMJ PASS 13:26
87131 TWICKNHAM PASS 13:32
87133 STMARGRTS PASS 13:34
87135 RICHMOND PASS 13:38
87149 BARNES PASS 13:44
87219 CLAPHAMJN 13:53 13:55
87205 LATCHMERE PASS 13:58
72241 KENSGTN O PASS 14:04
72238 NTHPOLEJN PASS 14:09
72237 MITREBDGJ PASS 14:10
72275 WILSDNJHL PASS 14:12
72273 KENSGJNLL PASS 14:14
72419 GOSPELOAK PASS 14:25
72421 CAMDEN RD PASS 14:28
72422 CAMDNRDEJ PASS 14:30
52052 DALSTONJN PASS 14:37
52219 CHANLSEJN PASS 14:46
52226 STRATFORD PASS 14:58
50434 FORESTGTJ PASS 15:00
50423 ILFORD PASS 15:02
50419 ILFD CEJN PASS 15:03
50422 ILFORDEMD 15:13

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Cheers for the timings, although let us know if anything interesting is due to run on it (apart from 47841), might go to Soton again one day to phot it then.
 

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FGWFan said:
if anything interesting is due to run on it (apart from 47841
Could'nt agree with you more on that one TBH though i'd go out for it as it will probably revert to 66's soon enough. Dagenham drivers apparently 'Looking forward' to this job!
 

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Thank you for your email of 02 January 2006.

During the C6 overhauls shortly to commence on the Class 442
electric multiple units at Ilford the First Class compartments
will remain. The work that will take place will be full mechanical
overhaul and external repaint; internally damaged seat covers and
full deep clean will take place. The first unit is due to leave
Bournemouth depot on Wednesday and the units will be away one at a
time.

Thank you for contacting South West Trains with your enquiry on
this matter.


Kind Regards
Simon Brown
Customer Relations Officer
 

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Not necessarily. Their 73s and Bubble are also Desiro blue, I think it's more of a generic livery. They can be found on London-Portsmouth, Reading or London - Hounslow services etc. In other words, they share services with 444s , 455s or 458s! The colour doesn't mean anything specific.
 

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joea1 said:
Not necessarily. Their 73s and Bubble are also Desiro blue, I think it's more of a generic livery. They can be found on London-Portsmouth, Reading or London - Hounslow services etc. In other words, they share services with 444s , 455s or 458s! The colour doesn't mean anything specific.

It does.

455's are being repainted in to Orange, which DOES indicate they are inner London.

450's are painted (or stickered :roll: ) in a DARK blue to indicate they are Outer Surbuban.

444's have a lot pof white, this is the Express coulor scheme
 

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I was reading in some thing my dad had (he works for SWT) that the 455 colour is the inner suburban the 450 colour is the outer suburban and the white with the blue round the window is express. with the exception of the 458 as they are in the express livery. Also the 73s and 121
 

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Jim said:
joea1 said:
Not necessarily. Their 73s and Bubble are also Desiro blue, I think it's more of a generic livery. They can be found on London-Portsmouth, Reading or London - Hounslow services etc. In other words, they share services with 444s , 455s or 458s! The colour doesn't mean anything specific.

It does.

455's are being repainted in to Orange, which DOES indicate they are inner London.

450's are painted (or stickered :roll: ) in a DARK blue to indicate they are Outer Surbuban.

444's have a lot pof white, this is the Express coulor scheme



The 455s are red jim!!!
 

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The 458's are an exception as SWT didn;t think of this I(I assume) until after they got them
 

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They have a BIT of Orange :lol:
The 455s are known as the desiro negatives because the red and the blue are the other way round. The orange is the same place. It must have taken some one years to think of that livery its that simple and sa SWT can't really run a train service they just make there trains look pretty!!
 

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Oh, FFS :x

To try to stop you lot bantering:

The 3 liveries are:

White: For Long Distnace 'Express' services

Blue: For outer suburban and 'stopping' services

Red: For inner suburban/'metro' lines etc.

Obviously someitmes certain units cover each other eg. a 450 on a 444 Diagram.

The 170s/158s and thr 458s are an exception to this rule, as they where 'painted' prior to the SWT decididing to change liveries.

OK!! :roll:
 

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Thats wat i said in a post earlier. the 159s and 170 are sort of right as they run expresses to teh west country.
 

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joea1 said:
spm_43030 said:
The 170s/158s and thr 458s are an exception to this rule, as they where 'painted' prior to the SWT decididing to change liveries.
What do the 170s/158s count as then?
You kinda quoted the answer to that!

The 170s/158s do a mixture of stuff, Totton-Romseys etc, while the 159s tend to do Waterloo-Exeter services (and some cornwall services, though I don't know all of them), often with a 170 or 158 tacked on the back.
 

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50149 said:
joea1 said:
spm_43030 said:
The 170s/158s and thr 458s are an exception to this rule, as they where 'painted' prior to the SWT decididing to change liveries.
What do the 170s/158s count as then?
You kinda quoted the answer to that!

The 170s/158s do a mixture of stuff, Totton-Romseys etc, while the 159s tend to do Waterloo-Exeter services (and some cornwall services, though I don't know all of them), often with a 170 or 158 tacked on the back.
170s- Waterloo-Salisbury, Totton-Romsey, Reading-Brighton
159s- Waterloo-Salisbury/Exeter St.Davids/Plymouth/Paignton/Penzance/Bristol Temple Meads/Brighton
158s- Waterloo- Bristol
 

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All I'll contribute here is that Reading - Brighton runs more often use a 450 than a 159. I should know, I've been on a good few of them! It was nice to do a 450 actually to Barnham from Fareham after a rather delayed run on a WSX 158. The air-con made it nice and chilled, plus it was my first ride on a 450, so that made it more fun. Which one it was on that occasion I wish I knew, I didn't record that at the time.

Most interesting of all was back in December 2003 when we had a slammer on it, which we took from Basingstoke to Barnham. My mum was glad to get off that 'boneshaker'!
 
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