LNER Thanks Those Who Have Served

08/11/22 LNER Thanks Those Who Have Served

London North Eastern Railway (LNER) is proud to reveal a special Azuma train in recognition of all those who have served and who continue to serve ahead of Remembrance Day.

The LNER Azuma train (800 103) has been specially decorated with a dedicated poppy design alongside ‘To those who have served, Thank You’ text on either side of the front and rear driving cabs of the train.

The train can now be seen along the East Coast route and will carry the special commemorative design throughout the rest of the month of November.

LNER is continuing to support The Veterans Charity’s Routes of Remembrance campaign this year, which aims to get remembrance moving with waves of wreaths travelling by train across the UK. In
partnership with the charity, on 11 November 2022 LNER is providing travel for Veterans carryingpoppy wreaths travelling on the 05:48 LNER service from Edinburgh Waverley, with several more volunteers joining at Newcastle, Durham, Darlington and York. The wreath carriers will arrive at London King’s Cross before 11:00 to place their wreaths as part of the remembrance ceremony at the station.

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