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deltic1989

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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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If this one isnt allowed then ignore it and move on as i don't think they are strictly speaking a train class, but

Wickham Trollies were also built by D Wickam & co.
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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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.
But the post above says that the Association doesn't work anyway? Thus, how can it be valid?
 

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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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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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