British Rail Class 465

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British Rail Class 465

The British Rail Class 465 Networker electric multiple units were built by GEC Alsthom (Metro-Cammell) and BREL between 1991 and 1993, and by ABB Rail between 1993 and 1994. They were brought into service from 1991 onwards. They are mostly used on suburban routes serving the South East of England, now operated by Southeastern. These trains have also been occasionally spotted elsewhere throughout Kent including the Kent Coast Line which is normally operated by Class 375 Electrostar trains.

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British Rail Class 465 - Fleet Details - Detailed Specifications
... Specification Sub-class / related class 465/0 465/1 465/2 465/9 466 Currently owned by Eversholt Rail Group (Formerly HSBC Rail) Eversholt Rail Group (Formerly HSBC Rail) Angel Trains Angel Trains Angel. 31.5–42.9 short tons) Multiple working Within Class 365, Class 465 and Class 466 ... Additionally Class 319 via Coupling Changeover Switch for Assistance/Rescue in the Thameslink Corridor only ...
400 (number) - Integers From 401 To 499 - 460s - 465
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