EMT starts HST refurb programme

August 2009
Modern Railways;Aug2009, Vol. 66 Issue 731, p92
This article announces the start of a refurbishment programme of East Midlands Trains' (EMT) HST fleet. The refurbishment programme, valued at 9 million British pounds, will be carried at the Neville Hill depot of EMT in Leeds, England. The programme is expected to be complete in 13 months and involves a total of 94 carriages.


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