South Western Railway
This artwork represents the future fleet line up once the Class 701s replace the ‘Metro’ fleet.
First Group and MTR have been running the South Western franchise since August 2017 and just like the SWT franchise covers the Metro, Suburban and Inter City services out from London Waterloo to the South Western region and other connecting services across its network.
The trains shown on this artwork include:
Class 159 Built by BREL in Derby and introduced to the West of England line in 1992.
Class 442 Built by BREL in Derby and originally introduced in 1988, they were transferred to the Gatwick Express before returning to their natural home and runs on the long distance services to Bournemouth and Portsmouth.
Class 444 Built by Siemens in Austria and introduced in 2004.
Sister to the 444 is the Class 450, built by Siemens in Germany and introduced in 2003.
The brand new Class 701, built by Bombardier in Derby and replaces the 455, 456, 458 and 707 fleets.
Class 484, ex-D78 stock reconstructed by Vivarail into 2 car units to replace the Class 483 units on the Island line, introduced in 2021.
Printed on 200gsm Tintoretto
Soft textured surface paper that has a natural white finish equivalent to a traditional water colour fine art paper, designed for high quality fine art and photographic reproduction.
Frame is not included
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Due to the variety of computer settings, colours seen on your screen may vary slightly from the actual printed colour.
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