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This is another shot of 90005 working 6L48 awaiting the road at Rugby but from a different angle. East Anglian 90s were once a common sight on this train when undergoing overhaul at Crewe - a practice no longer seen  


Crossing the River Stour in the estuary at Cattawade close to Manningtree station, the 90 can be seen slowing down with an intercity service from Norwich bound for London Liverpool Street.


In cloudy dull wet conditions and in need of a paint job, 90005 with NXEA branding awaits departure from Ipswich with the 08:30 service from London Liverpool Street to Norwich (1p12).  


Sadly not the best picture in the world as I was facing the sun, but here we see 90005 pausing at Rugby working 6L48 from Garston to Wembley whilst on test. The 90 had been at Crewe for her planned overhaul.   


And a final shot of 90005 at Rugby on 6L48, this time featuring her newly painted nameplate. Prior to going to Crewe for overhaul this would have been blue, but it got a new coat of red paint and cleaned.


On a bitterly cold winters day morning after recent snowfall, 90005 awaits departure from Norwich with the 11:00 service to London Liverpool Street (1p31). This shot was taken about a month after returning from Crewe.

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