On Thursday 28 April 2016, Southeastern Class 375/3 unit No. 375307 and Class 375/7 No. 375714 are framed by a tree and hedgerow near Staplehurst in Kent as they form a 7-car train as the 13.22 (2W22) Ramsgate to London Charing Cross service. Near to this location was the site of a fatal train crash on 9 June 1865. Among the survivors was the author Charles Dickens, who later wrote the short story 'The Signal Man' which was said to be inspired by the crash. In fact the story was based on the 1861 Clayton Tunnel rail accident.
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