New windscreens for Hitachi 385s to be fitted in Scotland [Rail]





Date: 18/04/2018

Once a final design for new windscreens has been approved for ScotRail Class 385s, the modifications will be carried out at Knorr-Bremse Rail Services at Springburn. The electric multiple units, built by Hitachi, are currently unable to enter traffic after problems were encountered with the drivers view during mileage accumulation testing.


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New windscreens for Hitachi 385s to be fitted in Scotland

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Class 385s to visit Springburn for windscreen modifications

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Mock up image of a Hitachi Rail Europe Class 385 AT200 train for Abellio's ScotRail franchise at Queen Street. 70 of these are due to enter service in 2017/2018.
Courtesy Hitachi Rail Europe.
Location: Glasgow Queen Street High Level
Company: Edinburgh and Glasgow Railway
12/03/2015 Hitachi Rail Europe
One of the new ScotRail Class 385 electric multiple units, which can be regularly seen at Gourock where they are currently being tested overnight. Photograph taken on 9 January 2017. (Pictures are also available in Inverclydenow.com)
Location: Gourock
Company: Gourock Extension Railway (Caledonian Railway)
09/01/2017 Brian Thompson
A full-size mock up of the interior of ScotRail's new class 385s has been erected at Edinburgh Waverley's east end, seen here on 10 February 2016. This features first and standard class seating.

Passengers can look forward to more leg room, larger tables and windows, and power sockets.

So, not a modern art installation then.
Location: Edinburgh Waverley
Company: North British Railway
10/02/2016 John Yellowlees