British Rail Class 307

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British Rail Class 307
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British Railways Class 307 train in plain blue livery and a BRUTE at London Liverpool Street station.
In service1953 - 2000
ManufacturerBR Eastleigh Works
Refurbishment1983 - 1984
Number built32 Trainset
Formation4 cars per trainset
Operator(s)British Rail
Specifications
Maximum speed75mph 121km/h
WeightTotal - 153 tons
Braking system(s)Air (Auto/EP)
British Railways Class 307 train in plain blue livery on a working to Southend Victoria awaits its correct departure time at London Liverpool Street station. The frosted windows show the location of the toilets. The second carriage includes some first class seating.

The British Rail Class 307 electric multiple units were built by BR at Eastleigh Works from 1954-1956. They were initially classified as AM7 before the introduction of TOPS.