Project Miller [125 Group]

Date: 16/05/2011

The 125 Group is pleased to announce that it has reached agreement in principle with the National Railway Museum (NRM) for the return to service of the forerunner to the High Speed Train (HST) the train which revolutionised high speed rail travel in the UK in the 1970s. [From Richard Buckby]

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Related images

Prototype HST photographed running through Sonning Cutting in 1976.
Location: Reading
Company: Great Western Railway
//1976 Ian Dinmore
An InterCity HST continues its journey north to Aberdeen following the Dundee stop on 5 August 1981. The train is seen here shortly after passing Camperdown Junction with the dock estate to the left and the A92 road running parallel with the line on the right.
Location: Camperdown Junction
Company: Trades Lane and Carolina Port Railway
05/08/1981 John Furnevel
Brand new HST power cars 43143 and 43144 at Saltley in January 1981. They were taken into service the following month and so are either on test here or being delivered from BREL Crewe where they were built.
Location: Saltley
Company: Birmingham and Derby Junction Railway
21/01/1981 Mark Bartlett