350/1 on Southern

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  1. Class377/5

    Class377/5 Established Member

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    I know it was awhile back now but did anyone get a list of the 350/1 that worked for Southern as part of the Thameslink shuffle of stock?

    I've managed to get a list of the following units by going through old threads and looking at Flickr but does anyone know if I've missed any?

    350's used by Southern

    • 350111
    • 350112
    • 350113
    • 350114
    • 350116
    • 350118
    • 350122
    • 350123
    • 350124
    • 350125

    Thanks for any help guys.

    Anyone know of any pictures of the units on the Southern other than Flickr?
     
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  3. Pumbaa

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    I had 126 and 130 at various points according to my logs.
     
  4. Pumbaa

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    IIRC 111 - 120 were all fitted with 3rd rail shoes and remained throughout the hire period. 121 - 130 were fitted on an ad hoc basis if a unit was required to transfer to Selhurst and one of the pre-fitted units weren't available.

    I don't think 101 - 110 ever went south.
     
  5. Class377/5

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    Ah thanks very much for the info.

    Shame 350101 never got to go south as its been upto Preston for CT.
     
  6. MCR247

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    And the others didn't?
     
  7. Class377/5

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    I like the unit. Seems to follow me around a lot!

    Tho did all the /1's go to Preston?
     
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