The Class 455 EMU is typical of the new generation of multiple units introduced in the 1980s to replace aging and out-dated "heritage" units.
Designed for use on Southern branch-line and suburban services with numerous stops and little need for high top speeds, the Class 455 runs in 4-car formations up to a maximum speed of 75mph, and remains a familiar sight around South London and all along the Southern network. A total of 137 Class 455 sets were produced, and with regular refurbishments taking place the type is still playing its part to keep Southern England moving.
The Class 455, developed by Thomson Interactive, includes 3 liveries, accurately reproduced drivers cab and controls including functional DRA (Drivers Reminder Appliance), independent wiper selection, functional glare screen visor and opening cab windows (animated in-cab and external view), and all-new sounds recorded from a real Class 455.
- Guildford Bound
- Sunday Shuttle
- End of Shift
- Pushing the Boundary
- Class 455 4-car train (DTSO/MSO/TSO vehicles)
- British Rail Blue amp Grey
- Network Southeast
- South West Train
Source: The Publisher Website.