Class 320: Classes 320, 321 and 322 are similar: the 320 being a 3-car (originally)-75mph variant built for Strathclyde, where the units have remained all their lives. 22 sets were built at BREL York from 1990, replacing classes 303 and 311, supplemented from 2016 by seven class 320/4s converted from class 321s with removal of the TSOL. Delivered in SPTE 'red' and black, the 320/3s saw initial use on the North Clyde route. They later carried SPTE carmine and cream, and most recently the Saltire scheme. When refurbished, they were updated for 90mph operation which permitted inter-operability with the class 318s.
Catching weak sunshine at Dalmuir, 320322 is arriving with a train for Airdrie.
Class 320SPTEDMR Scotland
From EMU: pre-digital