'Paragons' chosen as name for Hull Trains '802/3s' [RAIL]





Date: 02/09/2019

Hull Trains five Class 802/3s will be known as Paragons, following a staff competition. HT On-Board Experience Manager Patrick Tobin suggested the name for the fleet, which recognises both its significance to Hull (named after Paragon Interchange), and the words definition.


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Paragons chosen as name for Hull Trains 802/3s

RAIL

New name for Hull Trains Class 802/3 unveiled, as competition is launched for individual train names

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