End of the line for old trains

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The first of the 450 class trains have been broken up and sent to the scrap yard. They will be replaced with new computerised models.

Some of the old trains, were brought over from British Rail in 1985 and used engines dating back to the late 1960s.

Northern Ireland Railways said the cost of repairing and continuing to run them would not have been economically viable.

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