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This article is about the British EMU nicknamed the “Intercity Express Train”. Standard class seats in GWR unit 800009. The Class 800 Intercity Express Train is a type of electro-diesel train used in the United Kingdom, based on the Hitachi A-train design. They have been built by Hitachi since 2015. The Class 800s are capable of driver only operation when necessary, but guards are to be kept on the units.
Door release will be controlled by the drivers, with the guard being responsible for closing them using the control panels in the vestibule area. The driver will then carry out a secondary check of the side of the train before departure using the in-cab television monitors. A total of 80 train sets will be constructed, with 36 five-car and 21 nine-car units intended for operation with Great Western Railway, plus 10 five-car and 13 nine-car with London North Eastern Railway. In March 2016, Virgin Trains East Coast announced that its trains would carry the brand name Azuma, the Japanese word for “East”. In June 2016, GWR announced that its trains would be known as Intercity Express Trains. In July 2016, it was revealed that GWR’s intended fleet of Class 801 units were to be converted from pure EMU to bi-mode due to delays in the electrification. Reading to London Paddington carrying invited dignitaries.