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A Connex train prepares to depart Ashford International for Hastings on the English Channel.
Nice photograph. That looks like a knuckle coupler between the buffers - I thought British railways used screw couplings.
 
Your right! I never noticed that before. "Thumper" published some information in the Forums about this line. I'll ask him about it.
 
Jon

Check out this link for the answer from Thumper.

http://www.railroadforums.com/forum/showthread.php?t=12078
 

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