Friday, 12 May 2017

'Cross Country Trains' Class 220 006 DEMU at Truro


Class 220 DEMU Trains

'Cross Country Trains' Class 220 006 stands in Truro railway station, Cornwall, in the dying rays of the sun.
220 006 DEMU Stands in Truro station   Photo: Charles Moorhen


Photo of a 'Cross Country Trains' Class 220 006 DMU passes old GWR signal box on entering Truro station
220 006 DEMU Approaches Truro station   Photo: Charles Moorhen




'Cross Country Trains', Class 220 006 diesel multiple unit, pauses at Truro railway station while operating the 20:18 service to Penzance, Cornwall, on Wednesday the 10th May 2017.


The signal box in the background dates back to the days of the old Great Western Railway.


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