Southern EMU

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The Southern EMU is a 3rd rail locomotive in the UK Railway Set.

Statistics and information

Three livery variations, based on date built and last service.
Type: Electric Multiple Unit
Introduction: 1935
Withdrawal: 1990
Speed: 75mph
Power: 900hp
Weight: 75t
Tractive Effort: 99kN
Capacity: 56 passengers
Replaces: Metro Cammell EMU
Replaced By: BREL Renewal EMU

Special GRF features

  • Dual-headed EMU.
  • Can only haul Standard Carriages.
  • This is a 3rd rail locomotive. It requires a suitable rail grf to be installed.

Prototype information

The Southern Railway was unique among the "Big Four" railway companies in investing heavily in electrification, to cope with the heavy demands of passenger traffic in the densely populated south east of the country. The '4COR' units were among the first EMU designs introduced, and were highly successful.
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