British Rail Class 142 Pacer Diesel Multiple Unit

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  1. elarthur

    elarthur Well-Known Member

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    The British Rail Class 142 diesel multiple unit railbuses were built for British Rail from 1985 to 1987. The class were built with a high level of commonality with the widely-used Leyland National bus. They are part of the Pacer family of railbuses. The last set was withdrawn from service in 2020.
    These units would make superb dlc for Tees Valley Line route and will likely have many more possibilities for future routes.
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    Class 142 Pacer in Provincial Blue livery.
     
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  2. bdlhouston#8691

    bdlhouston#8691 Active Member

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    It could layer to wcl and tpe, could be wrong though
     
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  3. formulabee#1362

    formulabee#1362 Well-Known Member

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    We must must must have a pacer in tsw2
     
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  4. elarthur

    elarthur Well-Known Member

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    Long gone from Cornwall by the 1990s and appeared later than 1984 around Manchester.
     
  5. driverwoods#1787

    driverwoods#1787 Well-Known Member

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    Does work on Tees Valley Line or Future Northern Rail routes Tyne and Calder Valley Routes if made
     
  6. ghawk2005

    ghawk2005 Well-Known Member

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    There was me just hoping and praying for a 150/2. :(
     
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