Train Spotting

tr673

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Apr 19, 2017
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58016 growing in the bushes just to the north or Leicester station.
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The class 58s probably suffered the most from the introduction of class 66s, as the whole fleet was withdrawn from BR by 2002.
 

JONESS

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Dec 22, 2017
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At first I thought this was a rare service but now I've looked, it apparently aint, so here's the result of a limited stop service between Plymouth and Newquay with a class 802, which is terrible compared to the refurbed 43s.
 
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HD Transport

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Oct 4, 2017
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Been train spotting a few times in France over the past week (spoiler so I don't clog up the thread)
A Z24500 arriving with a service from Valance to Lyon Part-Dieu
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A BB75000 wearing the yellow infra livery
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A BB22200 with a service from Lyon Part-Dieu to Marseille St Charles
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A Z24500 at Lyon Perrache, was a nice journey on this
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TGV Duplex
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New Livery TGV Reseau
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Old Livery TGV Reseau
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Unrefurbished Class 373 on a once a day, 4 days a week, summer only service from Marseille
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Enviro400Taco

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I too have been looking at trains in France, but I'm back now. Open the spoilers to view the images of trains in Surgères.
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These two shots are at Sotteville-les-Rouen's 'Train Graveyard', where SNCF puts the trains and rolling stock it doesn't need. Most of it is perfectly useable.
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I too have been looking at trains in France, but I'm back now. Open the spoilers to view the images of trains in Surgères.
These two shots are at Sotteville-les-Rouen's 'Train Graveyard', where SNCF puts the trains and rolling stock it doesn't need. Most of it is perfectly useable.
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Nice pics! Is it pronounced "Soor-Jerry"?

Been train spotting a few times in France over the past week (spoiler so I don't clog up the thread)
A Z24500 arriving with a service from Valance to Lyon Part-Dieu
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A BB75000 wearing the yellow infra livery
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A BB22200 with a service from Lyon Part-Dieu to Marseille St Charles
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A Z24500 at Lyon Perrache, was a nice journey on this
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TGV Duplex
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New Livery TGV ReseauView attachment 49771
Old Livery TGV ReseauView attachment 49772
Unrefurbished Class 373 on a once a day, 4 days a week, summer only service from MarseilleView attachment 49773
I know I'm late, but those are some great pics! :D
I especially like the purple SNCF BB22200. 😛

At first I thought this was a rare service but now I've looked, it apparently aint, so here's the result of a limited stop service between Plymouth and Newquay with a class 802, which is terrible compared to the refurbed 43s.
Nice Hitachi!
I've seen both IRL, and I can say I like both the 800s and the 43.
Never ridden either though, so I can't say how comfortable they both are.
 
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HD Transport

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I know I'm late, but those are some great pics! :D
I especially like the purple SNCF BB22200. 😛
Thanks, those are my favourite locos and they go from Purple to Blue

While I am now home in England, I did two (short) "spotting sessions" near Clonas-Sur-Vareze before I went

The evening of 10/08/2019
23575 leads a TER service
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27125 leads a FRET service
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23512 leads a TER service in the opposite direction
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The morning of 11/08/2019
26189 leads a FRET service
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22394 leads a TER service with its blue end
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