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Chris Tolley wrote:

On Fri, 18 Mar 2005 18:03:48 +0000, Christine. wrote:

Sorry about my ignorance but what is a "Real Man"


Last I heard, it was someone who doesn't eat quiche.


Thank you - that made me laugh out loud, which doesn't happen very
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"Steve Fitzgerald" ] wrote in message
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In message , Steve Dulieu
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TEP = Train Equipment Panel
CDU = Cab Display Unit

Both perform essentially the same task, allow the driver to switch off
various bits of train equipment, but the TEP gave a much greater degree

of
control. It had a button to cut out the rheo for one thing.


They still do, if you know where to find it, although it's not on the
CDU...


Yes Steve, I know. Problem arises on the sadly inevitable occasion that the
hero of our tale forgets to stick it back into forward 2 before he departs
the next station...;-)
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