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    UKP: BR Multiple Unit 302

    Electric Unit

    Class 302 AM2 EMU

    The British Rail Class 302 (pre-TOPS AM2) was a type of electric multiple unit (EMU) introduced between 1958 and 1960 for outer suburban passenger services on the London, Tilbury and Southend line. This class of multiple unit was constructed using the Mark 1 bodyshell and was slam-door.

    Like all the Eastern Region AC EMUs of the period, they were equipped to operate on both 25 kV AC and the reduced 6.25 kV voltage in the inner London areas where headroom for the overhead wires was reduced. On the LT&S the changeover point was just east of Barking station on both Upminster and Tilbury routes with the link to Forest Gate being at 6.25kV ac.

    Two driving trailers, 75033 and 75250, which belonged to units 302 201 and 302 227, are preserved at Mangapps Railway Museum near Burnham-on-Crouch, Essex. These units have been repainted into BR overall blue with yellow ends and are still in very good condition, with the destination scrolls still in working order, the seats still in British Rail colours and the Network South East maps still in very good condition. The rest of the fleet has been scrapped since withdrawal in late 1999.

    System 6.25 / 25kV AC Overhead
    Length 20.27m
    Width 2.82m
    Height 3.84m
    Introduced 1958
    Withdrawn 1998
    Wheel Arrangement 2'2'+Bo'Bo'+2'2'+2'2'
    Builder York and Doncaster Works
    Power 143kW
    Max Speed 75mph
    Number Altnumber Status Formation Note Livery Base
    302201 201 P 75033 DTSO only preserved BRB Mangapps Railway Museum UK70/302
    302277 277302227 P 75250 DTSO only preserved BRB Mangapps Railway Museum UK70/302