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After the past few days adventures I’m back at home and glued to my computer screens, trying to edit the hundreds of pictures caught in the queue after so many events, but right now I’m taking a break as we’re off to visit friends in Mytholmroyd tomorrow, so I’ve also been busy cooking a lamb tagine as the pair of us offered to cook. There’s also a queue of blogs building up as I’ve seen and learned some fascinating things at Railtex. Here’s a taster. Alstom (in conjunction with leasing company Eversholt) are ready to rebuild and convert old BR Class 321 electric trains to hydrogen power. It’s a fascinating project which I’ll write about shortly, in the meantime, here’s a couple of pictures of the mock-up of the train, which has been named ‘Breeze’. The basic concept is to provide an alternative to the old suburban diesel trains that run into and between our cities

DG323576. Alstom Class 321 Hydrogen powered train model. Railtex. Birmingham. 16.5.19.crop

DG323588. Alstom Class 321 Hydrogen powered train model. Railtex. Birmingham. 16.5.19.crop

Right, off to bed…

 

 

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