TPE loaned Class 170 Leeds - Huddersfield diagrams

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  1. Solent&Wessex

    Solent&Wessex Established Member

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    VideoCapture_20190225-010548.jpg IMG-20190212-WA0002.jpg There is at least one unit which can display some sort of relevant information on the destination displays, outside and inside (no picture of inside I'm afraid).
     
  2. Andyh82

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    They might all be like that, as I’ve seen displays like that even when it’s a Scotrail one, which nobody would know was a northern train anyway.
     
  3. Class 170101

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    Quite simply on shared routes it ensures Northern get to keep all the money from a fare rather than having to share it through ORCATs revenue allocation. Northern probably get very little money on all operator tickets.
     
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    Worth noting that today (what's left of it) has no 170s in use by TPE, as engineering works elsewhere on the route means there's enough 185s to operate both diagrams. A slightly unusual operation today is a Marsden to Middlesbrough service, created by joining the rump of the Airport to Boro service to the rump of the Huddersfield to Piccadilly stopper.
     
  5. Solent&Wessex

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    No 170s are booked to be used on TPE services on Sundays. Both diagrams are booked 185s on a Sunday.
     

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