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Unread 25-04-2009, 14:39   #1
Thomas Ralph
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I've had a report that the 1325 Heuston-Limerick ran using a mark 2 set. I was of the understanding that they'd been scrapped and would never be seen again.
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Unread 25-04-2009, 15:16   #2
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There are only 3 remaining Mk2d coaches, only 1 in serviceable condition and I really doubt the presidential coach ventured out

Would have been a Mk3 push pull set, even then Heuston was stuffed with new railcars lying idle this afternoon so it wouldn't add up
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My source says it had slam-doors
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Dining Mk3 coaches always had 1 pair of slam doors
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