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The list below shows the most unique item for Each Category.

TrainsEdit

In GeneralEdit

Train missing for the longest period

  • 089/090 - 7 months (09 August 2009 - 05 March 2010) Year 2009



Most unique train

  • 237/238 - Modified grab poles, extra pole, new flooring, modified seats in 1 carriage | Year 2009



Cross-CouplementEdit

Longest Cross-Couplement

  • 215/226 - 3 months, 28 days | Year 2010



Weirdest Cross-Couplement

  • 216/226 - 5 days | Year 2010



Most Cross-Couplements in Train Set(s)

  • 035/036 - 3 Cross-Couplements - 005/006 , 021/022, & 041/042
    • Resulted in Train Set:
      • 036/041 (29 October 2010 - 30 October 2010)
      • 022/036 (9 November 2010 - 15 November 2010)
      • 005/036 (15 November 2010 - 16 November 2010)
  • 005/006 - 3 Cross-Couplements - 017/018, 035/036 & 123/124
    • Resulted in Train Set:
      • 006/124 (12 November 2010 - 16 November 2010)
      • 005/036 (15 November 2010 - 16 November 2010)
      • 006/018 (15 November 2010 - 16 November 2010)
  • 123/124 - 3 Cross-Couplements - 005/006, 021/022 & 125/126
    • Resulted in Train Set:
      • 123/126 & 124/125 (2 May 2009 - 9 May 2009)
      • 021/123 (8 November 2010 - 16 November 2010)
      • 006/124 (12 November 2010 - 16 November 2010)



Cross-Couplements (with the oldest at the bottom)

  • 061/112 | Year 2010 (Not Discovered/Spotted)
  • 062/111 | Year 2010
  • 035/042 | Year 2010 (Not Discovered/Spotted)
  • 036/041 | Year 2010
  • 057/112 | Year 2010
  • 058/111 | Year 2010
  • 207/232 | Year 2010
  • 215/226 | Year 2010
  • 216/225 | Year 2010 (Not Discovered/Spotted)
  • 216/226 | Year 2010
  • 215/225 | Year 2010 (Not Discovered/Spotted)
  • 211/227 | Year 2010
  • 212/228 | Year 2010 (Not Discovered/Spotted)



Total Cross-Couplements for Year 2010: 8
As of: 01/11/2010

DoorsEdit

Fastest Opening Doors

  • 023/024 (Car 3023 Door A1) - 1.5 seconds



Slowest Opening Doors

  • 227/228 - 4 seconds



Fastest Closing Doors

  • 097/098 - 1.25 seconds
  • 329/330 - 2 seconds



Slowest Closing Doors

  • 049/050 - 5 seconds
  • 227/228 - 5 seconds



In-trainEdit

Train with weirdest motor sound

  • 047/048 - Carriage 1047, 2047



Train with loudest high-pitched screech

  • 099/100 - Carriage 1100



StationsEdit

Most unique stations

  • Redhill - It is trapezium in shape.
  • Dover - The first station built on an active line.
  • Dhoby Ghaut - The first interchange which have 3 lines running on it.



Stations with side platforms

  • Braddell
  • Dover



Stations with triple or more Island Platforms

  • Jurong East



Deepest Station

  • Raffles Place - depth of 23m (December 12, 1987 - June 20, 2003)
  • Dhoby Ghaut - depth of 28m (June 20, 2003 - April 17, 2010)
  • Bras Basah - depth of 35m (April 17, 2010 - December 22 2013)
  • Promenade - depth of 43m (December 22 2013 - )



STARIS systemEdit

Longest period of STARIS Installation

  • 009/010 - No VFDs for nearly 4 months (16/10/09 - 08/02/10)



Longest period STARIS took to operate since installation

  • 001/002 - Commenced operation after approximately 4 months (Mar 2009 - Jul 2009)



Shortest period STARIS took to operate since installation

  • 123/124 - Commenced operation 1 day after 1st spotting with STARIS



Train adverts (Since refurbishment of C151s)Edit

Longest Surviving...Edit

Full Train ad

  • Sony Ericsson (2009), 8 months
    • 093/094
  • Singapore Symphony Orchestra (2009), 6 months
    • 097 098



Full Exterior ads

  • Sony Bravia (2009), 2 months
    • 037/038
  • Sony Bravia (2010), 2 months
    • 003/004
    • 007/008



Full Interior ads

  • F1 (2009), 2 months
    • 033/034
  • OCBC Bank (2009), 2 months
    • 031/032
    • 053/054
  • Fuji Xerox (2010), 9 Weeks
    • 007/008
    • 097/098



Half Interior ad

  • Nokia (2009), 2 months
    • 041/042
    • 085/086
    • 091/092
    • 105/106



Overhead ad

  • Powerlogic/Sonigear (2009), 3 months
    • 101/102
  • Singapore National Eye Centre (2010), 3 months (01 July 2010 - 30 September 2010)
    • 027/028
    • 043/044
    • 045/046
    • 055/056
    • 077/078
    • 087/088



Window ad

  • OCBC Bank (2010 1st Gen), 4 months
    • 221/222
    • 233/234
    • 335/336
  • NEA: Let's bin it (2010 2nd Gen), 5-6 months
    • 207/208



Highest Placement of...Edit

Full Train ads

  • AIA Asia (2009), on 2 trains
    • 043/044
    • 117/118
  • NTUC Income (2009), on 2 trains
    • 031/032
    • 075/076
  • AIA Asia (2010), on 2 trains
    • 043/044
    • 113/114



Full Exterior ads

  • Snickers (2008), on 5 trains
    • 037/038
    • 045/046
    • 107/108
    • 113/114
    • 115/116



Full Interior ads

  • City Square Mall (2010), on 8 trains
    • 021/022
    • 033/034
    • 037/038
    • 039/040
    • 081/082
    • 115/116
    • 119/120
    • 125/126



Half Interior ads

  • Nokia (2009), on 4 trains
    • 041/042
    • 085/086
    • 091/092
    • 105/106
  • Vichy Bi-White Reveal (2009), on 4 trains
    • 037/038
    • 043/044
    • 053/054
    • 113/114



Overhead ads

  • Debit MasterCard (2009), on 8 trains
    • 003/004
    • 007/008
    • 023/024
    • 027/028
    • 047/048
    • 077/078
    • 079/080
    • 087/088

Window ads

  • Great Eastern (2009), on 9 trains
    • 013/014
    • 015/016
    • 049/050
    • 095/096
    • 103/104
    • 123/124
    • 129/130
    • 131/132
    • 203/204



Trains which had the most...Edit

Full Train ads

  • 119/120, 3 adverts
    • Baron (2008)
    • Welcome to Taiwan (2009)
    • Nets FlashPay (2009)

Full Exterior ads

  • 037/038, 2 adverts
    • Snickers (2008)
    • Sony Bravia (2009)



Full Interior ads

  • 045/046, 4 adverts
    • Shiseido (2009)
    • Canon Pixma (2009)
    • Shiseido (2010)
    • Cadbury (2010)



Half Interior ads

  • 097/098, 2 adverts
    • Guardian (2009)
    • Citibank (2010 1st Gen)



Overhead ads

  • 107/108, 5 adverts
    • TM Lifestlye (2009)
    • Geox Breathes (2009 2nd Gen)
    • Visa (2010)
    • POSB (2010)
    • JTC (2010)



Window ads

  • 061/062, 9 adverts
    • Ecitizen.com (2009)
    • Insing.com (2009)
    • HPB: Stop the Horror with Soap and Water (2009)
    • Yeo's (2009 3rd Gen)
    • Templeton Asian growth Fund (2009)
    • Singtel (2009)
    • Yeo's (2009 4th Gen)
    • 7-Eleven (2010 1st Gen)
    • NEA: Let's bin it (2010)



OthersEdit

'Records'

  • 005/006 - First Refurbished Train (C151)
  • 047/048, 311/312 and 1 other C151(A) - The only vandalised trains in Singapore
  • 053/054 - First STARIS Train (C151)
  • 055/056, 131/132 - First PMSM Train (C151)
  • 075/076 - Last Refurbished Train
  • 081/082 - First of the two trains to lose PCK Stickers
  • 089/090 - First Modified Train
  • 105/106 - Last STARIS Train (C151)
  • 113/114 - First of the two trains to lose PCK stickers
  • 209/210 - First STARIS Train (C651)
  • 217/218- First Refurbished Train (C651), First PMSM Train (C651)
  • 231/232 - Last PCK Sticker Train
  • 237/238 - The only C651 to have Reserved Seating sticker and a hybrid of normal and triplicated grab poles.
  • 327/328 - The only C751B to have VPIS in 2009 and 2010
  • 347/348 - The only C751B with no VPIS

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