Thanks I thought that was the case. But the fifty fund website has not been updated for a while
Can anyone tell me what is happening to 50031. Is it still at Eastleigh, and what are the plans
Thanks that certainly is a REP motor coach. I will pass on the information
Out of interest the EMUPS CEP has REP motor bogies, and I get to play...
A member of a group I sometimes do work for is trying to find information regarding a departmental vehicle which has come up for sale. The vehicle...
Last year there were two ex Spanish class 37's at EMR Kingsbury. Does anyone know if they are still there?
many thanks in advance
Any more news on 87022?
Thanks I have tried IE Google Chrome and AOL all do not work. So I guess I will just give up
For some reason it does not want to work for me
Does anybody know the web site address for the Class 60 Preservation Group Every time I try to log on it says unavailable
Many thanks in advance
Thanks for the recommendations I went top the EKR today Most enjoyable with friendly helpful people. Good standard of work on the 4COR and the EPB.
I will certainly try always providing one of the big diesels can spare me. That said I have escaped the confines of the engine room a couple of...
Thanks for that I might give it a go as I have never been to the East Kent before.
Thanks. I am thinking of going one day next week
Just a bit of a shot in the dark. Does anyone know if the 4COR driving vehicle that was at the Bluebell is still there , and if so is it visible...
HST power cars carry 2 emergency coupling bars in the redundant brake van area. The short one is for rescue by a loco the long one for rescue by...
There are prototype coaches still running with FGW. Up until the FGW refurb they were fairly easy to tell apart from the production vehicles. As...
HST's never had vacuum brake equipment, as they were only meant to work with HST Mk3 coaches. It may however have standard 1000V ETS equipment...
Thanks for the info
Does anybody know which liner trains are hauled through the London area by Class 86's. Along with the approximate times.
Thanks in advance
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