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  1. David Goddard

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    Class 319s are also Dual Voltage
     
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    class 119, examples of which also carried NSE livery
     
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    Class 105 - three cars of this class have survived into preservation
     
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    Deleted due to being a total cock up. Didnt have my reading glasses on and thought it said class 109. :roll:
     
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    The 105s were built by Cravens....
     
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    Personally I don't have a problem with that, they have run on the national network, and they power themselves, thereby I declare it valid.

    Thus, Class 950 has also only been purely for departmental use.
     
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    But the post above says that the Association doesn't work anyway? Thus, how can it be valid?
     
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    OK then. Starting back with the Class 105s:

    London Underground's A60/A62 stock was also built by Cravens.
     
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    Class 165s on Marylebone to Aylesbury services share the same tracks as 'A' stock for part of the journey
     
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    class 121, can also be seen at Aylesbury
     
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    Class 139s are used solely on a dedicated shuttle service
     
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    class 153 also consit of one car
     
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    class 153's were built by dividing class 155's
     
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    class 141, also carried WYPTE livery
     
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    Examples of the Stanier 8F were also sold to Iran
     
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    Gresley A4, also a big kettle
     
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    Class 395 is also best known for it's speed.
     
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    The Blue Pullmans (Class 251/261) were also used for a dedicated service which required a supplimentary fare
     
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    Class 380's have also always been blue..
     
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    The 380 is the most recently introduced model of one of the two very common families of mainline EMU in the country. The 379 is the other.
     
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    The S Stock for London Underground is another one of Bombardier's recent products.
     
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    Which can be seen working alongside Class 165s
     
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    Class 450s also serve a Windsor & Eton station.
     
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    They replaced the Class 423 4-VEPs on South West outer suburban lines
     
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    Class 205 is another mk1 bodied multiple unit.
     
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    Class 207 was another English Electric engined DEMU
     
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    Class 415s had EE 507 traction motors
     
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    Class 465 replaced Class 415
     
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    Class 376s also currently work all stations Sevenoaks to Charing Cross via Orpington services.
     
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    Class 360/2s are also five car EMUs
     
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