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Class 423/1 4 VEP 3427 at Eastleigh in 2001
Class 423/1 4 VEP 3427 at Eastleigh in 2001
Class 423/1, No. 3810 arriving at London Waterloo on 15 August 2003. This unit was one of the last to carry Network SouthEast livery. It was nicknamed
Class 423/1, No. 3810 arriving at London Waterloo on 15 August 2003. This unit was one of the last to carry Network SouthEast livery. It was nicknamed the "Great Escape" after it was exported to Germany for a while for testing. After a failed attempt to preserve it, the unit was scrapped.
Class 423/1, no. 3445 at Waterloo East on 8 February 2003, with a service to Charing Cross. This unit is painted in Connex South Eastern livery.
Class 423/1, no. 3445 at Waterloo East on 8 February 2003, with a service to Charing Cross. This unit is painted in Connex South Eastern livery.
Class 423/1, no. 3514 at London Victoria on 29 March 2003. This was the only unit to be painted in Southern's green livery and was one of the last uni
Class 423/1, no. 3514 at London Victoria on 29 March 2003. This was the only unit to be painted in Southern's green livery and was one of the last units still in traffic with Southern.
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A Southern Class 377 approaching Norwood Junction in 2015
A Southern Class 377 approaching Norwood Junction in 2015
357030 at Barking in National Express c2c livery. Electrostar trains are the new standard on many of London's commuter routes.
357030 at Barking in National Express c2c livery. Electrostar trains are the new standard on many of London's commuter routes.
A Southeastern Class 375 Electrostar at Strood.
A Southeastern Class 375 Electrostar at Strood.
Interior of a Southeastern Electrostar (Class 375).
Interior of a Southeastern Electrostar (Class 375).