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Hitchin in 2014
 
First Capital Connect class 365508 platform 2 and 365522 in platform 1 at Hitchin on Friday the 1st of August 2014
 
First Capital Connect class 365508 platform 2 and 365522 in platform 1 at Hitchin on Friday the 1st of August 2014.
 
A Moorgate to Letchworth train comes into Hitchin with First Capital Conect class 313039
 
A Moorgate to Letchworth train comes into Hitchin with First Capital Connect class 313039 on Friday 1st of August 2014.
 
First Capital Connect train to Kings Cross in Hitchin station with class 321403
 
A First Capital Connect train to Kings Cross in Hitchin station with class 321403 on Friday 1st of August 2014.
 
East Coast class 91112 on the down fast at Hitchin station on the 1st of August 2014
 
East Coast class 91112 on the down fast at Hitchin station on the 1st of August 2014.
 
Apart from of a coat of paint todays Class 91s and 3655s and 317s were still the main trains in 2014. Hitchin station has not changed that much in the last few years apart from the flyover for the Cambridge line trains at the North of the station.
 
Hitchin 2009
 
NXEC train speeds though the station at Hitchin on the up fast line in 2009.
 
National Express East Coast speeds though the station at Hitchin on the up fast line on Saturday 23th May 2009
 
National Express East Coast HST 43315 on the up fast at Hitchin
 
National Express East Coast High Speed Train power car no.43315 is on the up fast at Hitchin also on Saturday 23th May 2009
 
Mainline Steam at Hitchin in 2009
 
LNER A1 Class 4-6-2 no 60163 Tornado
 
On Saturday 23th May 2009 around 9am LNER A1 Class 4-6-2 no 60163 Tornado came though Hitchin station on the down slow with a Cathedral Express from Kings Cross to York.
 
Oliver Cromwell at Hitchin in 2009
 
British Railways Standard Class 4-6-2 'Oliver Cromwell' at Hitchin in 2009
 
Also at Hitchin only about 1 hour later on the same Saturday morning BR Britannia class 4-6-2 no.70013 Oliver Cromwell was on the up slow at Hitchin, having just come off the Cambridge line.
 
This train is the 'Dorset Coast Express' (not as the Headboard states) which was also on Saturday 23 May 2009 and ran from Norwich to Eastleigh and Poole and return.
How many times do you get Two steam trains in one hour on the East Coast main line?
 
As well as two mainline steam tours there was even a Heritage diesel tour with top and tailed with two class 47s.
 
Class 47798 Prince William  was also at Hitchin on Saturday 23th May 2009
 
Class 47798 Prince William was also at Hitchin on Saturday 23th May 2009 on the Historic Canterbury From Doncaster to Canterbury West. The Tour Promoter of this train was Rail Tourer
 
West Coast Railways class 47786 Roy Castle OBE at Hitchin
 
West Coast Railways class 47786 Roy Castle OBE was on the rear of this train above on Saturday 23th May 2009.
 
 West Anglia Great Northern class 365519 at Hitchin station  in 2004
 
West Anglia Great Northern class 365519 at Hitchin station on an up train to London in 2004.
 
GNER up train in 2004 at Hitchin railway station
 
GNER up train in 2004 at Hitchin railway station
 
West Anglia Great Northern class 365521 at Hitchin station on up fast in 2004.
 
West Anglia Great Northern class 365521 at Hitchin station on up fast in 2004.
 
West Anglia Great Northern class 317348 comes into Hitchin station on train to Cambridge in 2004
 
West Anglia Great Northern class 317348 comes into Hitchin station on train to Cambridge in 2004
 
West Anglia Great Northern class 317348 comes into Hitchin station on train to London Kings cross station in 2004
 
West Anglia Great Northern class 317348 comes into Hitchin station on train to London Kings cross station in 2004
 
Hitchin
 
Hitchin railway station is on the East Coast Main Line. There is a junction to Cambridge and Kings Lynn just to the north of the station
 
The local Great Northern EMUs of Class 365 or 317 or 321 stop at all stations with the local of peck trains between Peterborough and Hitchin. Then these  trains will stop at just some of the stations south of Hitchin to Kings Cross. The local FCC Kings Lynn and Cambridge trains also stop here. Some of the First Capital Connect trains speed though on the fast lines.
 
Virgin East Coast now run the main line trains on the East Coast in 2016. In 2009 it was National Express East Coast (NXEC) and be for that it was GNER. These trains with class 91s or HSTs use the fast lines though Hitchin station.
 
A fly over for junction at the south of Hitichin station for the Cambridge line trains has now been built and is in use saving some of hold ups on the ECML.
 
The First Capital Connect all stations trains between Peterborough and Hitchin to Kings Cross trains most of which use class 365s EMUs stop here. Also some of The First Capital Connect Kings Lynn and Cambridge line trains also stop here.
 
Since 2014 'Great Northern' has now taken over these First Capital Connect services
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