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    Which worked alongside Class 47s their entire life
     
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    Some 90s are now in a special jubilee livery.
    Just like SF's 47s back in the 70s
     
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    Some Class 31s also had a special livery added by their depot ( Finsbury Park)
     
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    Class 57's also operate for Network Rail, and wear their yellow livery.
     
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    Some Class 73s were also modified with autocouplers
     
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    Class 92s also have two sources of power
     
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    Class 90's can also operate off of 25kV overheads!
     
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    Class 86s have also been used on East Anglian push-pull services
     
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    Class 70's have also been used by freightliner!
     
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    Class 28 'Metrovicks' had an ability to cremate themselves sometimes
     
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    The Class D3/3 Shunter also had an exhaust pulse pressure charging system..
     
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