Well they are definitely electric, but are they multiple units? They certainly do not operate two or more full unit formations together, but a full unit formation is made up of two "half" units working together. So I will deem them to be EMUs, and this is the commonly accepted position. Although the fleet is split between L&CR, SNCF and SNCB, for convenience the class will be located in the UK section of this website.
This section now contains the most presentable pictures I have of this fleet taken over the past ten years. More photographs will be added when I take them. Upon assessing my collection of shots I note a certain annoying "law of nature" has come into play, namely that I have by chance managed to take numerous pictures of certain units whilst others have completely eluded me when I have my camera with me. For some reason I also have more pictures of French owned units than British or Belgian. I will clearly have to take a "shopping list" of required units with me on future Eurostar photo expeditions!
As the power cars are numbered in traditional Southern four numeral designations (at least in large numerals) it is this form which will be used in this section.
Please use the below table to select the page for a particular unit. Once on a page you can navigate back to here to select another unit, or straight to the next or previous unit's page.
Colin. 6th March 2010
|3001||3101 (st)||3201||3301 (fr)|
|3002||3102 (st)||3202||3302 (fr)|
|3003||3103||3203 (fr)||3303 (fr)|
|3004||3104||3204 (fr)||3304 (fr)|
|3010||(st) = in store||3210||3310 (fr)|
|3016||3216||(fr) = in French|
|3229||(sp) = spare power|