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The first run of a 91 and MK IVs
Monday, 02nd October, 1989

At the start of the Winter timetable in October 1989 the first public service run of a 91 + Mk IV set. The 05:40(?) Leeds - Kings Cross service had been selected as the launch pad for these now ubiquitous ECML trains.
47413 47413 stands with a parcels working at Leeds.
82200 At about 03:00 our patience was rewarded and in rolled a spotless DVT 8?00? with a set of 9 coaches and ...
91005 91005 Arrives with the ECS movement form Neville Hill.
82200 822xx stands at the buffer stops with the first 91 Hauled (or in this case pushed) service from Leeds.
91005 91005 stands at Kings Cross after arriving from Leeds with 2 HSTs in the opposite platforms.
00000 PhilMy partner in crime for the trip - Phil
91005 Upon our return to Stevenage (we had to go to school that day!) lo and behold - the return working
82200 Disappearing off into the distance 822xx returns to Leeds

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