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Pacer (train)

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Pacer (train)

{{Infobox train | background = #cc9966 | name = Pacer | image = Exeter St Davids - FGW 142064 and 143611.jpg | imagealt = | imagesize = 300px | caption = A Class 142 and Class 143 at Exeter St Davids. | interiorimage = | interiorimagealt = | interiorcaption = | service = 1984–present | manufacturer = | factory = | family = Pacer | replaced = | yearconstruction = 1984-87 | yearservice = | refurbishment = | yearscrapped = | numberconstruction= | numberbuilt = 165 trainsets | numberservice = 140 trainsets | numberpreserved = | numberscrapped = 7 trainsets | formation = | fleetnumbers = | capacity = | operator = Northern Rail
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