AA Train thread

Probably best part of 60 years old now.

A push me pull you?

https://www.class37.co.uk/fleet.aspx?strnumber=37409

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Well worth checking this out, chaps!

London Transport Museum announces first of this year’s open days https://www.railadvent.co.uk/2024/04/london-transport-museum-announces-first-of-this-years-open-days.html

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I agree, it’s excellent with some really interesting items. There are racks and racks of stuff on the first floor you can look through.

Can’t attend that weekend but will hopefully attend one later in the year.

Found this article earlier. An interesting insight into a reliable workhorse:

A nice bit of vintage porn I found for you lot.

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Aussie VR Class B…

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Some American metal:

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Finally, a reason for delays that fits the bill…

What a beautifully presented video. Perhaps it is about more than just trains. I’ll be making use of my travel pass as it will be my final year using it; taking his advice.

When Thameslink Trains Went to Guildford: https://youtu.be/5Kw2f0ykifI

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I love his enthusiasm for what is - forgive me - a desperately dull topic: he’s a natural presenter. I did enjoy a whiff of nostalgia mixed with feels-too-recent as my commutes overlapped in time and space with his.

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Anyone in the south with a penchant for outdated modes of transport?

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Well worth it! I’ve driven a Class 33 ‘light engine’ and it was an awesome experience! :sunglasses:

Thumper has thumped it’s last and has been acquired for spares by the Spa Valley Railway…

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Shame, at least the Tadpoles are well looked after.

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That’s an ambitious tow for that Transit! :laughing:

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Cab forward Kettle? What the fuck?

Ok…

That cab layout!

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Didn’t realise so many were still in use!

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Just waiting for the first time a class 150 does a donut in an Asda car park.

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