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Discussion in 'Quizzes & Games' started by fishquinn, 12 Feb 2018.
Sheffield to Doncaster on a 144?
Clue 8: This service does not pass through, begin or end in a major city
Hartlepool to Darlington on a 142?
Correct. Over to you
1) This jouney can be done on a Friday
2) The starting station has a platform 0
3) The final station is served by an Arriva TOC
4) The traction is at least 20 years old
Stockport to Stalybridge on a 142?
I knew that would be the 1st guess! No, I’m not that obvious!
5) This journey takes over 2 hours
London Kings Cross to Edinburgh on a Class 91 + Mark 4 coaches?
Cardiff Central - Holyhead by 158?
Redhill to Reading (165)
6) The destination has a direct to London St Pancras
Kings Cross - Lincoln by HST?
London Kings Cross to Lincoln (HST)
7) The origin station is not London Kings Cross
This one's tenuous, Cardiff Central - Nottingham by Class 170/1 (delivered in 1998, making them 20 years old).
I considered that - but they are mostly younger than the 20 years
That is indeed it, having just looked back at my wording it wasn't brilliant sorry, I meant 'at least' to be it can be 20 years old, not that all the units are.
Anyway, your go.
It was when I saw XC have most of the very early 170s I thought it was a possibility.
Clue 1: This service with run with trains which are more than 20 years old.
Clue 2: The journey takes more than 2 hours.
Clue 3: The journey involves at least one reversal.
Clue 4: The journey ends at a station with loco hauled services.
Cardiff Central to Nottingham on a 170
Sheffield to Carlsile on a 158?
Clue 5: The destination station has more than 10 platforms.
Preston to York on a 158?
Sleeper from Edinburgh to Euston
Clue 6: The origin is coastal.
Fort William to London Euston sleeper
Clue 7: A reversal takes place at an electrified station.
Simply as I can't think of anything else, Aberdeen to Euston
Clue 8: A second reversal takes place at an unelectrified station.
Heysham Port to Leeds on a 144?
(reverses at Morecambe and again at Lancaster)
Exactly, your turn.