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On 12th May 2019 a passenger service will be operated in Cumbria on the Eden Valley Railway by a MLV/4-CEP combination working entirely on the battery power of the MLVs as they would have done on the Folkestone Harbour branch line.
A normal hourly service from 1100 hours until 1600 hours will be run over the whole of the currently operational line (approx 2.2 miles). Normal fares will apply on this day.
More about the MLV/4-CEP combination at Warcop, Cumbria here
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