File:Weston-super-Mare station 158750.jpg
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English: First Great Western's 158750 at Weston-super-Mare, Somerset, England. This train carries a hybrid livery which includes pre-privatisation "Regional Railways" blue and grey (which it continued to carry while operating for Virgin CrossCountry) with First TransPennie blue and gold vinyl panels.
|Date||27 November 2007|
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