Class 319 diagrams on southern services

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We aren’t actually a diagrams generator haha. We’re fortunate that people are generous enough to use their own inside knowledge or records.
 

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Some stopping services out of london bridge via forest hill.

Was also an evening return trip to Horsham which came back via three bridges and redhill.
 

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I don't have specific diagrams but in the period 2003-2007 I had them on Victoria - Brighton fasts as well as various local journeys on routes out of London Bridge via both Peckham Rye and Forest Hill.
 

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I seem to recall seeing one at Beckenham Junction on the London Bridge route once.
 

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I don't have specific diagrams but in the period 2003-2007 I had them on Victoria - Brighton fasts as well as various local journeys on routes out of London Bridge via both Peckham Rye and Forest Hill.
the seven(?) class 319/2 sets were modified for use on those fast Brighton services (which then called only at East Croydon).
 

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The only two times I remember travelling on 319's on Southern was a full Southern Liveried 319 on a Horsham-London Bridge (or maybe Victoria, via Gatwick) service. I also travelled from Norbury-Victoria on one which was painted in all-over blue with yellow doors.
 
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