Difference between class 377 and 375

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Is it me, or does the class 375 have a slightly different bodyshell to the 377? I've always thought they seemed bulkier somehow to 377s which seem more lean. Looking at the stock side by side in Ramsgate depot the other day, the two classes definitely seem distinguishable even in the same livery.
 
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No difference at all physically.

The 3 car 377’s were built as 375’s but when they had the coupler changed from tightlock to dellner they reclassified them as 377 and the remainder were built as so.

375’s retained their classification when the couplers were altered.
 

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Plus Class 375s don't have DOO cameras as they use platform equipment whereas the Class 377s do use onboard DOO cameras.

That's probably the biggest difference.
 

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Is it me, or does the class 375 have a slightly different bodyshell to the 377? I've always thought they seemed bulkier somehow to 377s which seem more lean. Looking at the stock side by side in Ramsgate depot the other day, the two classes definitely seem distinguishable even in the same livery.
Only thing you might see different is the DOO Camera Pods on the side of a 377 (and the Cab has DOO Monitors).
 
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