British Rail Class 910


The Class 910 designation is used by Network Rail for a fleet of former Class 488 Gatwick Express trailer sets, now used as Brake-force runner sets in departmental service.

Current unit details are shown below.

Unit No. Use Livery Vehicle Nos.
New Old TSOH TSO TSOH
910001 8309 Operates with Radio Survey Train 1 Railtrack Blue/Green 72616 72708 72639
910002 8307 Operates with Radio Survey Train 2 Railtrack Blue/Green 72612 72706 72613
- 8308 - Railtrack Blue/Green 72614 72707 72615
- 8316 Operates with Ultrasonic Test Train with 62482 + 99666 NR Yellow 72630 - 72631
Departmental Self-propelled rail vehicles of the United Kingdom
Diesel Multiple Units
  • Class 901 (From Class 101)
  • Class 930
  • Class 950 (Similar to Class 150)
  • Class 951 (From Classes 201, 203, 205, 207)
  • Class 960 (From Class 101, 107, 114, 117, 121, 122, DL)
Electric Multiple Units
  • Class 910 (From Class 488)
  • Class 920
  • Class 930
  • Class 931
  • Class 932
  • Class 933
  • Class 935
  • Class 936 (From Classes 311, 501)
  • Class 937 (From Classes 302, 308)
  • Class 960 (From Classes 309, 310)
Others
  • APT-E
  • Multi-Purpose Vehicle
  • New Measurement Train
  • DB Schenker Company Train
  • Caroline
Locomotives
  • Network Rail Class 97
  • Diesel locomotives
  • Electric locomotives
  • Miscellaneous locomotives
  • Diesel multiple units
  • Electric multiple units
  • Departmental multiple units
  • see also Category:British Rail Departmental Units

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