British Rail Class 466 facts for kids
Quick facts for kidsBritish Rail Class 466
|In service||1993 - Current|
|Number built||43 trainsets|
|Formation||2 cars per trainset|
|Car length||DMOS -68ft 6 1/2in (20.89m) DTSO - 68ft 6 1/2in (20.89m)|
|Width||9ft 3in (2.81m)|
|Height||12ft 4 1/2in (3.77m)|
|Maximum speed||75mph 121 km/k|
|Weight||Total - 72.4 tonnes|
|Power output||804hp (600kW)|
|Electric system(s)||750V dc third rail|
The Class 466 750V DC third rail electric multiple unit (EMU) is a suburban EMU, which operates with Class 465 EMUs in southeast London and Kent on the Southeastern network. It is a member of the Networker family of trains.
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466022 in trial Southeastern livery at Sheerness-on-Sea in 2011
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