Class 360 Desiro

The Class 360 is part of the Desiro family of EMUs though unlike their cousins such as the Class 450 they do not have end unit gangways (though some test units were built with these, later removed [1]). The main batch of these EMUs, the Class 360/1, was built to replace the Class 312 on services out of Liverpool Street to Clacton-on-Sea, Ipswich and Colchester originally for First Great Eastern but nowadays operated by Greater Anglia.

Number built: 109 (25 4 or 5 car sets)
Built: 2002-05
Builder: Siemens
Engine: 1TB2016-0GB02 three-phase traction motors (25kV AC OHLE)
Power: 1, 341 hp (1, 000 kW)
Formation: 360/1: Driving Motor Composite Open (DMCO)
+Pantograph Trailer Standard Open (PTSO)+
Trailer Standard Open (TSO)+DMCO
360/2: Driving Motor Standard Open (DMSO)

Another batch (360/2) of 5-car sets are operated by Heathrow Connect on London Paddington - Heathrow stopping services. One set is also operated by Heathrow Express on the Heathrow Central-Terminal 4 shuttle.
Heathrow Connect 360 205 at Old Oak Common depot

Greater Anglia 360 120 passes through Romford

Bogie detail

Another view of 360 205

Greater Anglia 360 103 at Romford

[1] Colin J Marsden, DMU and EMU Recognition Guide (Ian Allan, 2013) p. 275