Our trains

We know it's important to know what you can expect when you're taking a journey with us - particularly if you need an extra hand. So whether you need to know if you can bring your bike, or if there's toilets on board that you can use, you can find it below.

We currently operate 10 different types of train on our network, transporting more than 220,000 people a day. In addition, we're introducing two new types of train over the course of our franchise to make your journeys faster, more connected, and more comfortable.

New trains

Class 701

Our new train for our Suburban and Windsor routes

Discover the new class 701

Class 484

Our new trains for the Island Line, arriving in August 2020

Discover the new class 484

Refurbished trains

Class 158 "Express Sprinter"

Introduced in 1989, and used on our West of England routes

Find out more about the class 158

Class 444 "Desiro"

Our long-distance train, serving London to Weymouth and Portsmouth

Find out more about the class 444

Class 159 "South Western Turbo"

Introduced in 1989, and used on our West of England routes to and from London

Find out more about the class 159

Class 450 "Desiro"

Our most common train, serving routes from London Waterloo across the region

Find out more about the class 450

Class 442 "Wessex Electric"

Trains exclusively for Portsmouth Direct line customers

Find out more about the class 442

Trains being retired

Class 455

Backbone of our suburban train service, and retiring in 2020

Find out more about the class 455

Class 483 "1938 Stock"

The oldest trains still in mainline service, retiring in 2020

Find out more about the class 483

Class 456

Working with our class 455 fleet to offer ten-carriage trains across our suburban network

Find out more about the class 456

Class 707 "Desiro City"

Our inner-city trains on our Windsor routes

Find out more about the class 707

Class 458 "Coradia Juniper"

Award-winning reliability on our network

Find out more about the class 458