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After the first Nova 3 train entering commercial service late August, TransPennine Express (TPE) put their first bi-mode Nova 1 train in commercial service too on 28.09.2019.
The first Nova 1 train, TPE’s designation for their Hitachi AT-300 trains, entered commercial service on the Newcastle – Liverpool route. The bi-mode train switches from diesel to electric mode and vice versa at York station.
BMMU 802 201 on the 06:03 train from Newcastle to Liverpool caught at York station on 28.09.2019 – Photo: John Sparrow
A closer look at Nova 1 unit 802 201 in rainy York on 28.09.2019 – Photo: Simon Jowett
This article first appeared on railcolornews.com
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