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TransPennine Express launched its Nova trains to the public at Liverpool’s Lime Street station. A nice opportunity to show you Nova 1, Nova 2 and Nova 3, side by side.
On Friday the 22nd of November, TransPennine Express (TPE), a First group company, launched its full range of Nova trains at Liverpool’s Lime Street station to the public. TransPennine Express runs regional and intercity services between major cities in Northern England and Scotland with a significant number of new trains, the designated Nova 1, Nova 2 or Nova 3. The new trains feature more luggage space, power sockets, USB charging points, and free wifi. TV shows and news will be provided via an onboard entertainment system.
This article first appeared on railcolornews.com
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