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HST cascade plan for ScotRail

Planned Angel Trains HST power car cascade from Great Western Railway to ScotRail

Power cars

43132  43021

43148  43033

43036  43134

43143  43146

43037  43126

43163  43135

43179  43012

43169  43183

43168  43032

43140  43149

43145  43127

43003  43142

43031  43152

43141  43026

43128  43125

43151  43035

43182  43138

43164  43150

43139  43130

43133  43136

43129  43028

43175  43124

43176  43177

43147  43181

43137  43131

43015  43030

43144  43034

Source: Angel Trains

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  • Gaz - 09/09/2017 05:37

    You've listed 43142 twice

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  • Jeffrey Herring - 09/09/2017 18:27

    Why is it that when a region gets new rolling stock, Scotland always seem to get the cast-off.

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    • K Walker - 10/09/2017 22:50

      These are far superior to the new stock. New does not always mean better. GWR's loss, Scotrail's gain. People moaned about the North West getting lumbered with 319s but they have turned out to be excellent.

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    • Ken Walker - 11/09/2017 00:02

      Scotland is very much the winner in this case.

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    • FrankH - 11/09/2017 14:22

      For the longer distance routes Scotrail have planned for them they are ideal, far better in every way than what you have now in DMU's. If the DFT and GWR could have forseen the issues with the GW electrification I doubt the HST's would be moving anywhere.

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  • AndrewJGwilt1989 - 09/09/2017 21:22

    Other Class 43's could be cascaded to East Midlands Trains, Grand Central and Crosscountry as they could need more extra trains. Plus Grand Central could operate the Class 43 HST's on London King's Cross-Hartlepool, Sunderland and Scarborough services. As well the Class 180's that Grand Central will also keep.

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    • BigTone - 13/09/2017 22:41

      Grand Central is getting the Class 180s from Hull Trains and GWR when they have finished with them.

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