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Article from BTNews 27 SEPTEMBER 2021

EMR Intercity and First Class

East Midlands Railways (EMR) has introduced an improved First Class menu including hot breakfast items.

Customers travelling First Class during the morning will now be able to choose a hot complimentary bacon or sausage ciabatta, or a vegan breakfast burrito – plus cold options.  In the afternoon travellers will be offered chilled sandwiches or wraps, including ham hock and chunky egg, New York deli, and chicken and chorizo, as well as vegan options, such as peri peri mezze, avocado and cheese and onion.

EMR Intercity operates to and from London St Pancras International, providing services to Leicester, Nottingham, Lincoln, Derby and Sheffield and other towns and communities across the East Midlands.

It is owned by Abellio UK, part of the Dutch state railway Nederlandse Spoorwegen, employing around 16,000 as one of Britain’s largest transport operators, including five franchises – ScotRail, MerseyRail (jointly with Serco), East Midlands Railway, West Midlands Trains (including London Northwestern Railway) and Greater Anglia.  


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