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CAF wins DLR order
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Recliner
2019-06-12 15:39:51 UTC
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CAF has won the order for 43 new full-length DLR trains, 10 for fleet
expansion, and 33 to replace the oldest members of the current fleet:

https://www.railmagazine.com/news/network/caf-wins-43-train-docklands-light-rail-deal>
b***@nowhere.co.uk
2019-06-12 19:27:14 UTC
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On Wed, 12 Jun 2019 15:39:51 -0000 (UTC)
Post by Recliner
CAF has won the order for 43 new full-length DLR trains, 10 for fleet
https://www.railmagazine.com/news/network/caf-wins-43-train-docklands-light-rai
l-deal>
CAF seems to be the operators new best friend these days. Walk through makes
sense given the individual articulated cars were already walk through anyway.
Recliner
2019-06-12 20:51:37 UTC
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Post by b***@nowhere.co.uk
On Wed, 12 Jun 2019 15:39:51 -0000 (UTC)
Post by Recliner
CAF has won the order for 43 new full-length DLR trains, 10 for fleet
https://www.railmagazine.com/news/network/caf-wins-43-train-docklands-light-rai
l-deal>
CAF seems to be the operators new best friend these days. Walk through makes
sense given the individual articulated cars were already walk through anyway.
Yes, of course they were, like nearly all modern light rail vehicles.
But the new trains will be one set of five-section articulated
vehicles, walk-through from end to end, not three separate two-section
vehicles.

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