THE two Eurostar power cars Alstom has donated to the National College for High Speed Rail have been delivered and placed on a section of track as gate guardians.
Each of the two colleges – one in Aston, Birmingham, the other in Carolina Way, Doncaster – open to their first students in September, and will offer a range of courses relating to high-speed rail.
Each of the power cars has been given a new livery: No. 3101 at Doncaster in teal and No. 3102 (pictured) is outside the Birmingham college in a vivid cerise. PICTURE: FRASER PITHIE
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