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Coventry - 7th August 2012

This is a picture of the sign at Coventry located on platform 4. It is of particular significance as it displays a 2012 Olympic Games sign as there were football being played here.

90024 - 13 August 2012

During the Olympic Games a series of relief's were planned to be run using DB90s. This is a shot of 90024 on the closing night at Kings Cross with 5Z20 - note that 1Z20 never ran.

Liv Street - 5th August 2012

At Liverpool Street side by side awaiting their next departures were 90008 and 90015. It is worth noting that these two 90s still sport the former NXEA house-colours of white & silver.

Piccadilly - 4th August 2012

This is a shot of DVT 82126 at Piccadilly after she arrived from Euston with the 08:18 Olympic relief 1T20. On the other end of the train was 90043 on hire to Virgin Trains.

York - 11th March 2011

During the spring of 2011 a handful of Freightliner class 90s worked between Mossend and York via the ECML on driver training. This is a shot of 90043 vice-86s at York stabled.

Piccadilly - 4th August 2012

On Saturday 4th August 2012, the Virgin MK3 set nicknamed the “Pretendlino” with 90043 worked an Olympic relief from Manchester to Euston - note the station departure board advertising the train.

Rugby - 17th September 2010

The Anglia 90s were once used on the Garston to Dagenham 6L48 freight train for testing after overhaul. A rare shot of 90002 (leading) & 90019 at Rugby with both pans up and powering.

Preston - 17th December 2010

This snow shot of DVT 82126 was taken at Preston after the MK3 set arrived with the last the 18:46 service from Euston using a DB 90 which involved 90039 (at the other end of the stock).

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