Class Seating

Some articles on class, seating, class seating:

Creamy Kate And Trailer - Background
... carrying capacity for Creamy Kate was 2 crew, 24 first class passengers and 24 second class passengers (4 of which were seated in the guard's compartment) and 2+1 ... Turnover type seating was fitted which allowed passengers to change the seat so they could face the direction travel ... The first class seating was arranged so that two passengers could be seated on either side of the aisle ...
British Rail Class 423 - Final Operations - South Central/Southern
... Central division inherited a fleet of 50 standard Class 423/1 units ... removal of internal compartments and declassification of 1st class seating ... The units were reclassified as Class 423/9 (or 4Vop) and renumbered in the range 3901-3919 ...
China Railways CRH3 - Formation - CRH3C
... Each of the CRH3C set has one first-class class seating cars (ZY), six second-class seating cars (ZE), and one second-class seating/bistro car (ZEC) ... The seats arrangement for the first-class is 2+2 and that for the second-class is 2+3 ... For the eight VIP seats at the ends of the trains, the seating arrangement is 1+2 ...
Country Link Xplorer - Carriages
... Coding for the carriages are as follows EA First Class Driving Power Car First Class seating, Buffet and Satellite Telephone ... EB Economy Class Intermediate Power Car Economy Class seating and Toilet ... EC Economy Class Driving Power Car Economy Class seating, Disabled toilet with baby change facilities, wheelchair space and booked Luggage space ...
NS DD-AR - Gallery
... A DD-AR set at Santpoort Noord, with a mDDM nearest the camera First class seating in a DD-AR set Second class seating, upstairs, in a DD-AR set Second class seating ...

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