The British Rail Class 700 is an electric multipleunit passenger train built between 2014 and 2018 for Thameslink as part of the Thameslink Programme in the United Kingdom. A fleet of 60 eightcar and 55 twelvecar trains have entered service between Spring 2016 and 2018. br 700 class British Rail Class 800. The British Rail Class 800 is a type of bimode multiple unit used in the United Kingdom, powered by electric traction motors being The engines are fully rated at 700 kW (940 hp), but have been derated on these units.
The British Rail Class 707 is an electric multiple unit built by Siemens, currently operated by South Western Railway (SWR). A total of 150 carriages were built, formed into 30 fivecar units, providing 18, 000 additional peaktime passengers into London Waterloo. br 700 class
The LSWR 700 class was a class of 30 060 steam locomotives designed for freight work. The class was designed by Dugald Drummond in 1897 for the London and South Western Railway in England and built by Dbs and Company at that company's Queen's Park works at Polmadie, Glasgow, Scotland. The first Siemens Class 700s will enter traffic in the next few weeks, according to operator Govia Thameslink Railway (GTR). GTR to run Thameslink Class 700 EMUs in next few weeks and 55 12car trains ( ). Each vehicle is 20 metres long and the last 700 arrives in the UK in June 2018. They are built in Jun 21, 2016 A quick look at the interior of the brand new Thameslink Siemens Desiro Class 700 Electric Multiple Unit, entering service this week. In this video I look at br 700 class Jun 20, 2015 A little video showcasing the new Hornby R3240 BR Class 700 steam locomotive in BR Early livery with the early emblem that has just arrived here. The