Southern Liveried Class 423 4-VEP by Sean Healy stands with a 456.
Revised NSE VEP by Oliver Abbott
The Class 423 4-VEP EMUs were introduced in 1967 for secondary servies on the newly electrified Bournemouth route and subsequent batches went to other areas making these trains commonplace over the Southern Region.
The trains are fitted for high-density commuter work with 2+3 seating and worked services around London and the South-East until 2006.
Converts 4 Graham Farish Mk1 63' Coaches
|All over Rail Blue- with choice of ends - yellow or blue|
|Blue / Grey|
|Network SouthEast - Early version with angled upsweep and light blue (pictured)|
|Network SouthEast - Post 1988 version with darker blue and curved upsweep|
|South West Trains - Blue/Red/Orange/White|
|South West Trains - Unit 3417 "Gordon Pettitt" in Heritage BR Rail Blue|
|Connex Yellow / White - with window bars|
|South Central "Southern" Green/White|
Each pack includes full colour, pre-cut vinyl bodyside vinyl and end overlays.