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EMU Carriage Working Notices groups.io 30/01/2024 at 18:13 #155210
Underwood
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Hello all,

Can anyone point me to the groups.io (I think it is!) that has the EMU diagrams/CWN's?

They were on UKModernEMU and then when that collapsed they moved somewhere else, I have got some 2015 diagrams but missing the South West Trains 2015 one. I got some GTR diagrams a few months ago and now I can't find where I got them from, can't even remember the name to look up having a right brain fog moment!

Any help appreciated!

James

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EMU Carriage Working Notices groups.io 30/01/2024 at 18:45 #155212
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Went from Yahoo to groups.io, but then had a hack/vandalise/delete there and gone forever.

After all the agrravation Nick did not want to restart yet again - and it was more a 'Mk3 EMU with DC motors' group, so the newest classes had less appeal.

Partially transferred to SE-GEN, but obviously respecting their London/NSE area localisation
https://groups.io/g/se-gen

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EMU Carriage Working Notices groups.io 30/01/2024 at 21:02 #155214
Underwood
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bill_gensheet in post 155212 said:
Went from Yahoo to groups.io, but then had a hack/vandalise/delete there and gone forever.

After all the agrravation Nick did not want to restart yet again - and it was more a 'Mk3 EMU with DC motors' group, so the newest classes had less appeal.

Partially transferred to SE-GEN, but obviously respecting their London/NSE area localisation
https://groups.io/g/se-gen
Ahh that was it that's why I can't find it, I didn't realise it had a problem on there, shame about that but completely understand when that happens you wouldn't want to have the aggravation all over again

Thanks for the clarification Bill :)

James

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