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Vintage Trains sets the Pace!

WITH the December delivery of three Class 144 DMUs, Tyseley-based Vintage Trains (VT) has found itself at the forefront of the heritage sector’s‘Pacer revolution.’

In what appears to be the biggest single influx within a year of a traction type into the sector in its 70 years, several heritage railways and various other venues have taken advantage of the Government’s

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