East Midlands Railway

East Midlands Railway
EastMidlandsRailway.svg
Leicester - Abellio 222104 Lincoln service.JPG
Class 222 at Leicester in EMR Intercity livery
Overview
Franchise(s)East Midlands
18 August 2019 – 31 March 2022
Main region(s)East Midlands
Greater London
South Yorkshire
North West England
Other region(s)East of England
Fleet size
Parent companyAbellio
Reporting markEM[1]
PredecessorEast Midlands Trains
Other
Websitewww.eastmidlandsrailway.co.uk Edit this at Wikidata

Abellio East Midlands Limited,[2] trading as East Midlands Railway (EMR), is a train operating company in England, owned by Abellio, and is the current operator of the East Midlands franchise.

History

In March 2017, the Department for Transport announced that Arriva, a joint venture between FirstGroup and Trenitalia, and incumbent Stagecoach had been shortlisted to bid for the next East Midlands franchise.[3] Abellio was added in February 2018.[4]

FirstGroup and Trenitalia pulled out of the bidding process in April 2018 to focus on the West Coast Partnership franchise.[5] In April 2019 the franchise was awarded to Abellio, with East Midlands Railway (EMR) to take over the franchise from East Midlands Trains (EMT) on 18 August 2019 for a period of eight years.[6]

In June 2019, Abellio revealed branding and colour scheme using distinct purple and white colours to reflect the heritage of the East Midlands. It also confirmed it would divide the services into three segments:[7]

  • EMR Intercity for long-distance services from London St Pancras
  • EMR Regional for services across the East Midlands
  • EMR Electrics for the outer suburban London St Pancras to Corby service

In April 2021 it was announced that EMR Electrics would be rebranded as EMR Connect.[8]

Franchise suspension and termination agreement

With the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic leading to a collapse in revenues in March 2020, the franchise was suspended and replaced by an Emergency Measure Agreement for six months under which the Department for Transport assumed responsibility for all revenues and costs and EMR was paid a management fee.[9] This was superseded by an Emergency Recovery Measures Agreement (ERMA) under which the original franchise agreement was terminated. The franchise will operate until March 2022.[10][11]

Services

Route map of the East Midlands Railway network
A vector map of EMR InterCity and EMR Connect services

EMR operates commuter services from London St Pancras to Corby, as well as intercity services from London St Pancras along the Midland Main Line to Nottingham and Sheffield with limited extensions to Lincoln, Leeds, and York. EMR also operate the local East Midlands services and inter regional services to Liverpool and Norwich (Express service). Services from Nottingham to Liverpool Lime Street were to transfer to another operator during the life of the franchise,[12] although following a review by the DfT, this will no longer take place; the service instead being split at Nottingham as intended but remaining with EMR.[13] The Barton line was expected to transfer from Northern in 2019 but this was delayed until May 2021.[14][15]

On 19 June 2021, the EMR Regional services were cut to enable the timetable to run effectively.[16] Although EMR said that 85% of services were still running, there was still an impact to local commuter services.[17]

Contactless payment cards can be used between London St Pancras International and Luton Airport Parkway.[18]

Over the course of the franchise, several planned timetable changes are to be made:[12]

  • earlier and later trains between Sheffield and Nottingham to East Midlands Parkway
  • earlier and later trains between Sheffield and London St Pancras and more regular evening service to London St Pancras
  • two trains per hour between Nottingham and Kettering
  • two trains per hour between Corby and London St Pancras
  • regular Sunday service between Corby and London St Pancras
  • Liverpool to Norwich split at Nottingham
  • Norwich to Nottingham extended to Derby
  • regular hourly Sunday service between Norwich and Derby
  • Crewe to Derby service extended to Nottingham and hourly service on Sundays
  • hourly Sunday service between Matlock and Nottingham
  • hourly service between Nottingham and Grimsby Town with limited extension to Cleethorpes
  • hourly Sunday service between Lincoln and Grimsby Town
  • hourly service between Nottingham and Newark Castle
  • hourly Sunday service between Worksop and Nottingham and later evening services on weekdays
  • additional peak services between Nottingham and Grantham
  • earlier and later trains between Nottingham and Boston
  • later evening service on weekdays and a new Sunday service
  • hourly through service between Doncaster and Peterborough via Lincoln
  • new Sunday service between Doncaster and Lincoln
  • enhanced Sunday service on Barton to Cleethorpes route
  • two trains per day between Lincoln and London St Pancras
  • Newark Northgate to Grimsby Town service cut back to Lincoln except to for the limited extension to Cleethorpes and timed to run with LNER's London Kings Cross – Lincoln service
EMR Intercity
RoutetphCalling atStock
London St Pancras – Nottingham1
1
London St Pancras – Sheffield1
1
  • Leicester, Derby, Chesterfield
EMR Connect
RoutetphCalling atStock
London St Pancras – Corby[19]2360
EMR Regional
RoutetphCalling atStock
Liverpool Lime StreetNorwich1
MatlockDerby1
CreweNewark Castle1
LeicesterLincoln12
Leicester – Grimsby Town12
  • Syston, Sileby, Barrow-upon-Soar, Loughborough, East Midlands Parkway, Attenborough, Beeston, Nottingham, Carlton[a], Lowdham[a], Fiskerton[a], Rolleston[a], Newark Castle, Collingham, Swinderby, Hykeham, Lincoln, Market Rasen, Barnetby, Habrough
  • Limited extension to Cleethorpes; only 1–2 trains each way per day.
Newark North Gate – Lincoln1
  • Collingham, Swinderby, Hykeham
Barton-on-HumberCleethorpes12
Nottingham – Skegness1
Worksop – Nottingham1
Mansfield Woodhouse – Nottingham1
  • Mansfield, Sutton Parkway, Kirkby-in-Ashfield, Newstead, Hucknall, Bulwell[a]
Peterborough – Lincoln1
  • Some trains extend to Doncaster (see below) or Newark North Gate (see above)
Peterborough – Doncaster
  • Limited service; only 4–5 trains each way per day. Extends, rather than supplements Peterborough-Lincoln
  1. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z aa Limited service of a few trains per day from this station
  2. ^ 1 service per day in each direction

Rolling stock

East Midlands Railway inherited a fleet of 28 Class 43s, 21 Class 153s, 15 Class 156s, 26 Class 158s, and 27 Class 222s from East Midlands Trains. In January 2020 nine additional Class 156 units from Greater Anglia were introduced into service. Nine 8-carriage InterCity 125 sets were also transferred from London North Eastern Railway, with the first set having entered service on 4 May 2020. They were replaced in May 2021.[20] To replace the ex-Grand Central “buffered” HST sets, EMR commenced a lease of the 4 former Hull Trains Class 180 fleet despite their history of technical difficulties, with the first units entering service on 13 December 2020.[21][22] On 16 May 2021, East Midlands Railway launched EMR Connect services between Corby and London St Pancras, which has enabled the final HSTs to be withdrawn.[23] The Connect service is operated by ex-Greater Anglia Class 360s.[24][25]

By 2023 East Midlands Railway plans to run EMR Regional services using 40 Class 170s, and plans to run EMR Intercity services using 33 new bi-mode Class 810s.[26]

Current fleet

ClassFamilyImageTypeTop SpeedNumberCarsRoutes operated and notes:Built
mphkm/h
Shunting locomotive
08Neville Hill - EMT 08908 (cropped).jpgShunter15244N/A
  • Stock movements
1952–62
EMR Intercity
222 MeridianBombardier VoyagerEast Midlands Railway 221104 at St Pancras.jpgDMU125200442003–05
175
67
Class 222 East Midlands Railway Diagram.png

222-1 4 car EMR Interim Livery.png 222 1 EMR Interim.png222-0 7 car EMR Interim Livery.png

180 AdelanteAlstom CoradiaPXL 20210429 142730351(1).jpg125200452000–01
180 EMR Interim Livery.png
EMR Connect
360Siemens DesiroClass 360 106 East Midlands Railway.jpgEMU1101802142002–03
Class 360 East Midlands Railway Electrics livery updated.png
EMR Regional
156 Super SprinterSprinterCromford - Abellio 156413 (Stagecoach colours).jpg

East Midlands Railway Class 156, Attenborough.jpg

DMU7512020[a]2
  • Regional routes
1987–89
Class 156 East Midlands Railway Ex-EMT Plain Blue Diagram.png

East Midlands Railway Class 156 Purple.png
158/0 Express Sprinter158812 - Nottingham.jpg

EMR Interim - Nottingham 3C.jpg

90145262
  • Regional routes
1989–92
Class 158 East Midlands Railway Diagram.png
170Bombardier Turbostar170417 The Key Worker.jpg10016153
  • Regional routes
1999–2001
Class 170 East Midlands Railway 3-Car Diagram.png
East Midlands Railway Class 170 (EMR Regional Livery).jpg10016182
  • Regional routes
1999–2000
Class 170 East Midlands Railway 2-Car Diagram.png
  1. ^ 17 in service

Future fleet

To replace the Class 180 and Class 222 units, 33 5-carriage Class 810 bi-mode trains will be introduced in 2023.[27][28] In May 2020, EMR opened a competition to give the class their own unique brand name.[29] In October 2020, EMR announced that the fleet will have the 'Aurora' brand.[30]

Other existing stock to be added consist of 35 Class 170s; 23 from West Midlands Trains and 12 from Transport for Wales.[31][32] Those altogether will enable the Class 153, Class 156, and Class 158 sets to be withdrawn, although some of the gaps were to be filled in when the Liverpool-Nottingham service was taken over by another operator. This will now not take place, with a proposal made to transfer 15 Class 185 units from TransPennine Express to prevent the shortfall in stock caused by EMR retaining this service, with another solution being to retain the Class 158s.[13][33] It was expected that 12 Class 171 units would transfer from Southern.[34][35] However, due to no replacement units being sourced, this will not take place, with the Transport for Wales Class 170s replacing the planned transfer of Class 171s from Southern.[33]

ClassFamilyImageTypeTop SpeedNumberCarsRoutes operatedIn service
mphkm/h
EMR Intercity
810 AuroraHitachi AT300EMR AT300.jpgBMU12520033[36]52023[37]
EMR Regional
170Bombardier TurbostarEast Midlands Railway Class 170 (EMR Regional Livery).jpgDMU10016116[a]2
  • Regional routes
2022
Class 170 East Midlands Railway 2-Car Diagram.png
(c) Hugh Llewelyn, CC BY-SA 2.0

10016132
  • Regional routes
83
Class 170 East Midlands Railway 2-Car Diagram.png
Class 170 East Midlands Railway 3-Car Diagram.png
  1. ^ 170530-170535 formerly in 3 car formation

Past fleet

The last of the InterCity 125 sets East Midlands Railway inherited from East Midlands Trains were withdrawn in December 2020, having been replaced by five ex LNER InterCity 125 sets which were more compliant with new regulations and four Class 180s.[38] Originally nine former LNER sets were to replace a similar number of sets inherited from East Midlands Trains. However after the carriages were found to require more repairs than originally envisaged, this was cut back to five sets.[39]

In December 2021, the final Class 153s were withdrawn, as they were not PRM (Persons with Reduced Mobility) compliant, with Class 156s replacing them on the Barton line from 13 December.[40][41]

ClassFamilyImageTypeTop SpeedNumberCarsRoutesWithdrawn
mphkm/h
EMR Intercity
43InterCity 125Leicester - Abellio 43055 (Stagecoach colours).JPGLoco12520024N/A2020
St Pancras - Abellio 43423-43465 (Stagecoach colours).JPG6
Class 43 MTU- Nottingham.jpg232020–21
Mark 3East Midlands Railway Mark 3 Overview.jpgCoach94[42]2020
Ex-LNER MK3 EMR.jpg78[43]2020–21
EMR Regional
153 Super SprinterSprinterDerby - Abellio 153383+153374+153308 (Stagecoach colours).JPGDMU75120211
  • Regional routes
2019–21
156 Super SprinterMatlock Bath - Abellio 156406 (Stagecoach colours).JPG422021

Depots

EMR operates two depots; Derby Etches Park and Nottingham Eastcroft.[44] The Class 360s are maintained at Bedford Cauldwell Walk depot by Siemens Mobility.[45]

Controversy

East Midlands Railway was investigated by the Advertising Standards Authority, who in September 2021 found that they had breached marketing codes. The firm had launched a competition in February 2021 asking participants for ideas to "Build Back Better" with the chance of winning £5,000. However, the competition was closed and the prize not awarded. East Midlands Railway stated that this was due to financial concerns regarding the COVID-19 pandemic and due to the low quality of entries received.[46]

References

  1. ^ "National Rail Enquiries - East Midlands Railway". www.nationalrail.co.uk. Retrieved 1 December 2021.
  2. ^ "ABELLIO EAST MIDLANDS LIMITED". Companies House. HM Government. Retrieved 18 January 2021.
  3. ^ Three prequalify for next East Midlands franchise Railway Gazette International 1 March 2017
  4. ^ Abellio joins East Midlands franchise shortlist Railway Gazette International 6 February 2018
  5. ^ First Group and Trenitalia pull out of East Midlands franchise contest International Railway Journal 23 April 2018
  6. ^ More seats, services and state-of-the-art trains for passengers on new East Midlands railway Department for Transport 10 April 2019
  7. ^ Pegden, Tom. "How Midland Mainline trains will soon look". Leicester Mercury. Reach plc. Retrieved 21 June 2019.
  8. ^ "New train timetable from Corby, Kettering and Wellingborough revealed for May electric revolution". Retrieved 2021-04-16.
  9. ^ Covid-19: government suspends rail franchise agreements The Guardian 23 March 2020
  10. ^ UK government announces the end of rail franchising Railway Gazette International 21 September 2020
  11. ^ Transitional ERMAs pave the way to management contracts Modern Railways 23 September 2020
  12. ^ a b East Midlands Rail Franchise Department for Transport
  13. ^ a b "EMR set to retain Liverpool – Nottingham service". Railway Gazette International.
  14. ^ East Midlands rail franchise consultation Department for Transport
  15. ^ May Milestone for MML Timetable Modern Railways issue 872 May 2021 page 23
  16. ^ "Amended Timetable across EMR Regional routes | EMR | East Midlands Railway". www.eastmidlandsrailway.co.uk.
  17. ^ "East Midlands Railway announces cuts to services". BBC News. 18 June 2021.
  18. ^ "nationalrail.co.uk" (PDF). Retrieved 29 December 2021.
  19. ^ Duggan, Jamie (2021-05-16). "New East Midlands Railway Connect services feature electric trains between Corby and London St Pancras". Rail Advent. Retrieved 2021-05-17.
  20. ^ Cameron White. "WATCH: Final East Midlands Railway VP185 Class 43 locomotive at Chesterfield". Rail Advent. Retrieved 2021-02-15.
  21. ^ Clinnick, Richard. "Cascaded LNER HSTs to plug the gap in East Midlands fleet". Rail. Bauer Media Group. Retrieved 2019-11-07.
  22. ^ First EMR HST replacement in service next week Railway Herald Issue 673 22 January 2020 page 8
  23. ^ "Introducing EMR Connect – more seats and a simpler timetable on our greenest ever fleet | EMR | East Midlands Railway". www.eastmidlandsrailway.co.uk.
  24. ^ "EMR Connect: All electric train service launches next week | EMR | East Midlands Railway". www.eastmidlandsrailway.co.uk.
  25. ^ "EMR Connect: All electric train service launches this week". RailBusinessDaily. 11 May 2021. Retrieved 25 October 2021.
  26. ^ "Enter the Aurora". www.modernrailways.com. 23 February 2021. Retrieved 25 October 2021. (subscription required)
  27. ^ "Abellio invests £400 million in new Hitachi trains for East Midlands Railway". 30 July 2019. Retrieved 30 July 2019.
  28. ^ Abellio orders East Midlands inter-city fleet Railway Gazette International 30 July 2019
  29. ^ "EMR launches competition to name new Intercity fleet | EMR | East Midlands Railway". www.eastmidlandsrailway.co.uk. Retrieved 2020-10-27.
  30. ^ "Aurora – the name for East Midlands Railway Class 810 trains". RailAdvent. 2020-10-27. Retrieved 2020-10-27.
  31. ^ Clinnick, Richard. "Progress on new train fleets continues". Rail. Bauer Media Group. Retrieved 27 August 2019.
  32. ^ 153s acquired Modern Railways issue 874 July 2021 page 13
  33. ^ a b "EMR takes stock". www.modernrailways.com. 5 October 2021. Retrieved 22 December 2021. (subscription required)
  34. ^ A New Era for the East Midlands as Abellio starts its fifth franchise Today's Railways UK issue 214 October 2019 page 26
  35. ^ Replacements sought for 171s Rail issue 889 9 October 2019 page 29
  36. ^ Pritchard, Robert, ed. (September 2019). "Hitachi Scoops Order for East Midlands". Today's Railways. No. 213. Sheffield: Platform 5. p. 6. ISSN 1475-9713.
  37. ^ "Aurora – the name for East Midlands Railway Class 810 trains". RailAdvent. October 27, 2020.
  38. ^ Double Paxman Demise Modern Railways issue 868 January 2021 page 50
  39. ^ Ex LNER 43 moved to Barrow Hill Rail issue 917 4 November 2020 page 31
  40. ^ "EMR introduce Class 156 fleet and own traincrew on Barton-on-Humber route". www.eastmidlandsrailway.co.uk. Retrieved 15 December 2021.
  41. ^ "East Midlands Railway introduces Class 156 trains on Barton-on-Humber route". RailAdvent. 13 December 2021. Retrieved 15 December 2021.
  42. ^ "REVEALED: Every single heavy rail vehicle granted disability dispensation by DfT". Rail Magazine. 9 February 2020. Retrieved 20 May 2021.
  43. ^ "Cascaded LNER HSTs to plug the gap in East Midlands fleet". Rail Magazine. 7 November 2019. Retrieved 20 May 2021.
  44. ^ A New Era for the East Midlands as Abellio starts its fifth franchise Today's Railways UK issue 214 October 2019 pages 24–26
  45. ^ "EMR Looks To 2020 Timetable Change". Modern Railways. 2019-12-24. Retrieved 2021-02-15.
  46. ^ Holden, Michael (2021-09-22). "East Midlands Railway says "poor quality entries" resulted in cancellation of competition, but breached ASA rules". RailAdvent. Retrieved 2021-09-22.

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Class 156 East Midlands Railway Ex-EMT Plain Blue Diagram
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Three class 153s make up a Matlock to Newark service. 153383, 153374 and 153308 are arriving at Derby.
EMR AT300.jpg
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Hitachi train for East Midlands Railway
Class 158 East Midlands Railway Diagram.png
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Class 158 East Midlands Railway Diagram with logos made by me.
Class 222 East Midlands Railway Diagram.png
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Class 222 East Midlands Railway Diagram with door buttons, destination displays, and logos made by me.
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A vector map of the East Midlands Railway network.
222-0 7 car EMR Interim Livery.png
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222-0 7 car EMR Interim Livery
Class 43 MTU- Nottingham.jpg
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Ex-LNER 43272 sits at Nottingham awaiting one of its final departures.
East Midlands Railway Class 156 Purple.png
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Class 156 EMR Regional Diagram
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A vector map showing East Midlands Railway's services out of London St Pancras International (branded as InterCity and Connect)
Leicester - Abellio 222104 Lincoln service.JPG
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East Midlands Railway InterCity unit 222104 leaves Leicester on an EMR Regional service to Lincoln.
St Pancras - Abellio 43423-43465 (Stagecoach colours).JPG
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An Eats Midlands Railway service for Nottingham is about to leave London St Pancras behind power car 43423. 43465 is on the other end.
Ex-LNER MK3 EMR.jpg
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An Ex-LNER Mark 3 Coach in operation with East Midlands Railway seen at East Midlands Parkway
East Midlands Railway Class 170 (EMR Regional Livery).jpg
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East Midlands Railway 170515 arrives into Metheringham working the 11:34 from Peterborough to Doncaster
222-1 4 car EMR Interim Livery.png
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222-1 4 car EMR Interim Livery
PXL 20210429 142730351(1).jpg
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Class 180 Adelante in Interim EMR Livery at Leicester
Matlock Bath - Abellio 156406 (Stagecoach colours).JPG
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156406 arrives at Matlock Bath with an EMR Regional service to Matlock.
Leicester - Abellio 43055 (Stagecoach colours).JPG
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Power car 43055 is on the back of a London-bound East Midlands Railway service at Leicester.
Neville Hill - EMT 08908 (cropped).jpg
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Shunter 08908 with East Midlands Trains markings at Neville Hill depot Leeds.
Class 360 East Midlands Railway Electrics livery updated.png
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Class 360 East Midlands Railway Electrics livery with corrected colour scheme and EMR Electrics logos made by me.
Class 360 106 East Midlands Railway.jpg
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Class 360 106 East Midlands Railway in ex-Greater Anglia livery
TfW Rail 170208 at Cardiff Central 16 December 2019.jpg
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170208, a Transport for Wales Rail Services Class 170 Turbostar Diesel multiple unit, is at Platform 0 of Cardiff Central on 16 December 2019. It is about to work the 1434 Ebbw Vale service.
Cromford - Abellio 156413 (Stagecoach colours).jpg
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East Midland Railway's 156413 at Cromford with a service from Matlock to Newark.
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Class 170 East Midlands Railway 3-Car Diagram
180 EMR Interim Livery.png
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180 EMR Interim Livery; You'll be going nowhere
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An overview of an East Midlands Railway Mark 3 carriage from one of their HST sets. This is taken at London St Pancras as the set awaits departure for Leeds.
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Class 170 East Midlands Railway 2-Car Diagram
EMR Interim - Nottingham 3C.jpg
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EMR 158773 sits at Nottingham platform 3C, soon to depart bound for Grantham.
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221/1 EMR Interim Livery
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In the new EMR livery, 221104 is seen at London St Pancras having arrived from Corby. It now await to couple to 222013 to form a 9 coach train to Sheffield.
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Bombardier (Derby) Class 170/2 'Turbostar' outer-suburban 2-car DMU leaving Pontyclun, 24 July 2020.
East Midlands Railway Class 156, Attenborough.jpg
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East Midlands Railway 156405 awaits departure from Attenborough, newly repainted into their interim livery.
170417 The Key Worker.jpg
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East Midlands Railway logo
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EMR 158812 sits at Nottingham platform 1B awaiting departure to Norwich
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