Comeng train led by 332M heading towards Flinders Street, Footscray, 18 December 2017.
301M–304M, 307M–314M, 316M–387M, 389M–468M, 471M–532M, 534M–554M, 561M–680M, 691M–698M, 1001T–2T, 1004T–84T, 1086T–1108T, 1110T–27T, 1131T–64T, 1166T–90T, 1196T–9T
Metro (Metro Trains Melbourne)
Year of entry into service:
Commonwealth Engineering (Comeng)
50.8 t (M: motor car); 35.0 t (T: trailer car)
23.0 m (M: motor car); 22.5 m (T: trailer car)
92 (M: motor car); 102 (T: trailer car)
Metro’s Comeng Electric Multiple Units entered service in 1981 and were refurbished from 2000 to 2003. These trains operate in three-car sets, with a trailer in between two motor cars. Two sets are combined to form a six-car train. They are able to operate on all lines within the Melbourne electrified area. Twelve of the 570 carriages that entered service have been scrapped or stored.