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06 Sep 2018

Southeastern's high speed train returns after lengthy recuperation

Southeastern's high speed train returns after lengthy recuperation: Highspeed

After ten months out of service, Southeastern passengers will be keen to welcome back one of the trains from the high speed fleet. 

After ten months out of service, Southeastern passengers will be keen to welcome back one of the trains from the high speed fleet.  After receiving 20,000 hours of TLC and expertise from the train doctors and specialists 170 miles away to bring it back to health - the shiny train made its entrance back into the working world on 3rd September.  

Passengers will benefit from fewer short trains in the peak times and the Faversham route will have the full twelve carriages for the 1855 evening commute from St Pancras.  The train was badly damaged during a collision with a van on 23 October 2017.

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