However there is much more going on at Thameslink. They have borrowed some 377/2's from Southern which uaed to operate on the Croydon - Milton Keynes route. These have become available since the introduction of the 377/7 5 car units as revealed on this blog in Spetember. I managed to spot a couple at Blackfriars.
|In Southern colours but the Thamelink logo, 377210 at Blackfriars.
Blackfriars station has recent;y been completely rebuilt, and is nothing like the station I remember working trains out of 10 years ago. The platforms now stretch right across the Thames, and the bay platforms are the opposite side to the previous layout. Of course with the new design the views from the platforms are truly something else, and there can't be much better views from any other station in the country.
|The view from Platform 1 of Blackfriars Station
|319443 at Blackfriars with a new white body.......
|Sky Blue doors......
|...and looking very different to previous livery
|Class 465 Networker 465164 leaves London Bridge heading for Dartford.
I hope you've enjoyed this look at Thameslink and if anyone has any requests for the rail side of the blog let me know and I'll do the best I can to get it done.
|Clas 376 Electrostar 376011 at London Bridge with The Shard as a backdrop. Just gutted I couldn't quite get the top of it in view