British Rail Class 465
|British Rail Class 465 "Networker"|
|In service||13 October 1992- Present|
|Manufacturer||BREL, Metro Cammell, Asea Brown Boveri|
|Number built||147 trainsets|
|Formation||4 cars per trainset|
|Width||9 ft 3 in (2.81 m)|
|Height||12 ft 4 1/2 in (3.77 m)|
|Weight||Total - 136 tonnes|
|Power output||1,608 hp (1,200 kW)|
|Electric system(s)||750 V DC third rail|
The British Rail Class 465 "Networker" electric multiple units were built by 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.
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Class 465/0, no. 465034 at Waterloo East on 19 July 2003. This unit carries original Network SouthEast livery.
Class 465/0, no. 465020 at Waterloo East on 25 January 2003. This unit carries Connex Networker livery.
Class 465/2, no. 465237 at Waterloo East on 25 January 2003. This unit carries South Eastern Trains livery.