In between their regular trips to Worcester and back, Great Western's 180s can sometimes be found on more mundane services, more usually associated with Class 165 and 166 DMUs.
180.108 passed Lower Basildon, north of Pangbourne, with 1D53, the 17:18 from Paddington to Oxford, on 10 June 2014. This rush-hour service ran fast to Reading, with only one stop at Maidenhead, then called at all stations to Didcot.
PHOTO DATA FOR IMAGE 14-D-2818
camera : Nikon D600
lens : 70-200mm f/2.8
focal length : 200.0 (200mm 35mm eq)
shutter : 1/800 sec
aperture : f/10.0
ISO : 400 ISO
original : Digital: 24MP NEF
Loco / Unit : 180.108
Train : 1D53, 17:18 London Paddington - Oxford Passenger
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