Alstom Coradia Juniper

Alstom Coradia Juniper

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The Coradia Juniper series is a family of electric multiple unit trains built by Alstom Transport Birmingham, subcontractor: Ganz Hunslet, Hungary (project for 120 bodyshells in 1998-2000, project manager at Ganz Hunslet; Gabor Honthy) for use on the railway network in Great Britain. The family is related to the Coradia 1000 series of diesel multiple unit. There are currently three types in service with various TOCs.

Variants

Class 334

The Class 334 is an EMU in service with First ScotRail on the suburban network around Glasgow, including services to Edinburgh Waverley via Airdrie and Bathgate on the North Clyde Line. Class 334 trains are powered using overhead wires at 25 kV AC. A total of 40 three car units are in use (numbered 001-040), which were delivered from Alstom trains in 2000, although due to teething problems they did not enter service until 2002.

Class 458

The Class 458 (also known as 4Jop) is operated by South West Trains on services from London Waterloo to Reading, and Ascot to Guildford. As with all electrically powered trains on the former Southern Region, the Class 458 units are powered using third rail at 750 V DC current. A total of thirty 4-car units were built, with deliveries beginning in 1998, with the full complement in service by 2004.

Class 460

The Class 460 (also known as 8Gat) is an eight unit class, with eight cars per train, operated by Gatwick Express. These units operate the dedicated express service between London Victoria and......
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