I did a bit of "train spotting" again today, and out of what I wanted to see, I came across loads and loads of soon-to-be-scrapped 18 year old Class 442 Wesex Electric trains. As you all probably know, my nick comes from these very trains I remember as a little kid. Now refurbished, in great nick, but the fleet of 24 unts are soon to be withdrawn from the SWT network starting soon for good. Suggestions that they may go to other rail operators, strong suggestions are also pointing to a graveyard for trains in Wales, Gwent. Anyway, heres some piccies, taken at Southampton Central, after I got soaked by the weather, before I got super soaked by the weather again! http://img87.imageshack.us/img87/8770/2404rainbowcm1.jpg 2404 'Borough of Woking' and another unidentified unit (10 car train) getting the rainbow treatment, after I got soaked first time round. http://img378.imageshack.us/img378/8276/170392and442ey1.jpg One of the un-modded Class 442s with 170 392 (on a Romsey - Chandlers Ford - Eastleigh - Southampton - Totton service), to which, its headlight is clearly visible. No really, they are that bright in reality! The marker lights are a series of white (or blue!) LEDs however. These will soon go to First Transpennie in exchange of Class 158s, oh sorry, 159/1s now. http://img169.imageshack.us/img169/3897/2407nightac7.jpg 2407 (I think) in close company with Class 150 (left) and a Class 450 'desiro' (450 003) on the right. Theres more on my mac, but I can't be arsed to grab them off the mac ATM. Hopefully, this explains a lot!