Class 360 Desiro EMU



Class 360/1 - Introduced in 2002 by First Great Eastern for services from Liverpool Street to Ipswich and Clacton. These units passed to National Express and Abellio as part of the Greater Anglia franchise. They have now passed to East Midlands Railway, working the EMR Conenct services between St.Pancras and Corby.

Class 360/2 - introduced in 2005 by BAA and First Great Western for a new, all-stations, service between London Paddington and Heathrow Airport. Initially running as 4-car sets, these were soon extended to five cars to meet demand. Now replaced by Crossrail units, these have been purchased with an eye to converting them to freight use.

Each set contains full colour overlays designed to re-livery the Graham Farish Class 350. Some modification work is reqired for the front end to remove the gangways - a new end vinyl with clear windiscreen and instructions are provided.

Each set comes with sides, inner ends and front end panels.