EAST Midlands Trains has named one of six power cars transferred from Grand Central in tribute to the support and response from the emergency services when Nottingham station caught fire on January 5.
Power car No. 43467 carries a slightly modified version of the East Midlands Trains livery and was named Nottinghamshire Fire and Rescue Service and the British Transport Police at a ceremony on
The power car carries one name on each side, thought to be the only power car to do so.
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Previously, Class 47 No. 47847 carried different nameplates with Railway World Magazine on one side and Brian Morrison on the other.
East Midlands Trains managing director Jake Kelly said the decision was a unanimous one, adding repairs caused by the fire were progressing.
Grand Central also transferred 18 HST trailers to East Midlands Trains.
■ A 33-year-old woman was arrested on suspicion of arson at Nottingham station. She has been released under investigation while police enquiries continue.
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