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 Hull trains class 170 395 at Kings Cross

Hull trains class 170 395 at Kings Cross


Hull Trains is an open access rail operater which used the class 170 with about 3 return trains a day. When Hull Trains got the class 222s Pioneers the number of trains per day went up to about 7 a day. This three car class 170 395 is in Kings Cross station in 2004 waiting to return north to Hull . Hull trains now use the Class 180 Adelante.

WAGN 317348 out of Service at Kings Cross in 2004

WAGN 317348 out of Service at Kings Cross.
Kings Cross railway station is one of the main London stations. The station is in the North of London. Trains run from here to the North East via the East Coast Main Line (ECML) to towns like Huntingdon and Peterborough. Then on to Grantham and Newark, Doncaster, York and Durham to Newcastle. Then into Scotland to Edinburgh were trains can go to rest of Scotland including Glasgow and Aberdeen. Trains also go to Cambridge and Leeds from here.
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