British Rail Class 365

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British Rail "Networker" Class 365
Class 365 near Watlington.jpg
Class 365, no. 365535, in First Capital Connect livery, near Watlington on 24th October 2008.
In serviceBuilt 1994-1995 Service 1995 - Current
ManufacturerABB at York
Family nameNetworker
Refurbishment2007 Onwards- Hornsey Depot. Whole fleet re-liveried from NSE to First Capital Connect in 2006/7
Number built41 trainsets
Formation4 cars per trainset. 242 seats

1 Driving Motor Open Standard (DMOS)
1 Pantograph Trailer Open Standard Lavatory (PTOSL)
1 Trailer Open Standard Lavatory (TOSL)

1 Driving Motor Open Composite (DMOC)
Operator(s)First Capital Connect
Maximum speed100 mph (161 km/h)
Power output1,256 kW
Electric system(s)25 kV AC Overhead
Track gauge1,435 mm
Class 365, no. 365502 at London Victoria on 18th March 2003. This unit is pictured with the original front end cab design, and is painted in Connex South Eastern "Networker" livery. This unit was then transferred to WAGN and then to First Capital Connect. It has since received cab modifications.
Class 365, No. 365530 arriving at Cambridge on 15th May 2004, with a service from King's Lynn. This unit is operated by First Capital Connect and has a modified front end with cab air conditioning. It is shown still painted in obsolete Network SouthEast livery.

The British Rail Class 365 "Networker Express" are dual-voltage (25kV AC and 750V DC) electric multiple units built by ABB at York from 1994-95. These were the last units to be built at York works before it closed. All Class 365 units in service have now received front end cab modifications to equip them with cab air conditioning.