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H Set
In service2006–present
ManufacturerUGL Rail
Built atBroadmeadow
ReplacedG sets (on introduction)
K & C sets (after conversion)
Entered service2006
Number built220 (55 4-car sets)
Number in service220
Formation55 4-car sets
Fleet numbersOD 6901–6999, 6843–6854
(driving trailers)
ON 5901–5949, 5821–5826
(motor cars)
ONL 5951–5999, 5871–5876
(motor cars with lavatory)
Capacity102 in driving trailers, 118 in motor cars, 110 in motor cars with lavatory
Operator(s)NSW TrainLink
Line(s) servedCentral Coast & Newcastle
South Coast
Car length20.34 m (66 ft 834 in)
Width3,030 mm (9 ft 1114 in)
Height4,400 mm (14 ft 514 in)
DoorsPlug Doors
Articulated sectionsYes
Maximum speed130 km/h (81 mph)
Weight47 t
(46 long tons; 52 short tons)
Traction systemIGBT-VVVF
(Mitsubishi Electric)
Traction motors3-phase ACinduction motor
(Mitsubishi Electric)
Power supply(?)
Electric system(s)1,500 VDCcatenary
Current collection methodPantograph
Braking system(s)Automatic air, electropneumatic brake and regenerative
Coupling systemDellner
Track gauge1,435 mm (4 ft 812 in) standard gauge

The NSW TrainLink H set, or OSCAR (Outer Suburban CAR), is a class of electric multiple unit built by UGL Rail, Broadmeadow for NSW TrainLink in New South Wales, Australia. They are operated by NSW TrainLink. These sets operate services from Sydney to Newcastle, Kiama and Springwood. The first entered service in December 2006 and the last in December 2012. They are formed into 55 four-carriage sets.[1]

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The H sets are similar to the Fourth GenerationMillennium Train but are more suited to longer distances, while the Millennium Trains are restricted to suburban runs on Sector 2. The layout and features of the OSCARs are similar to their predecessor the G sets. The OSCARs released some V sets to allow services to be built up to eight carriages and 1977 built DCM and DCT carriages to be withdrawn.[2]


Each vestibule has seats which can be folded up to allow room for wheelchairs and prams
The train's journey is announced automatically through onboard male/female digital voiceovers

There are many similarities between the OSCARs and the Millennium Trains, including improved external destination boards, internal destination boards displaying stopping patterns, Digital Voice Announcements and security cameras. The OSCARs also have additional features to increase comfort on the longer journeys they operate. These include high back seating covered with durable, vandal proof Woollen Moquette Fabric with padded head-rests, retractable footrests, luggage racks and a wheelchair-accessible toilet. Wheelchair seating is available in the vestibules, while 3x2 seating is provided in the upper and lower deck sections. Carriage interiors were designed by Transport Design International[3]The OSCARs also include several new safety features. The doors on older rolling stock such as V sets are all unlocked at every station (even short platforms). V Sets have doors which must be slid open for alighting/boarding and G Sets have push buttons. However, on the H set, the guard is able to select the number of doors to be opened at a station. This feature is aimed at preventing incidents where passengers may fall from the carriage when stopped at a short platform. The H sets have been fitted with Dellner SP couplings, compatible with the Millennium Trains and the Hunter railcars. They are able to absorb the impact of a collision, and the anti-climbers on the H Sets will also reduce the force of impact. The trains also have a different body design. Instead of the entire body being of the same design, such as the Tangara, the driver's cab is built like a protective cage, made of fibreglass and supported by a box section steel frame, which stretches to the end of the guard's door. The rest of the train is made from conventional stainless steel.


The initial order was for 41 cars and the contract was awarded in February 2003. The second order for 81 cars was awarded in April 2005 and the third in March 2009 for 72 cars, increased to 74 in March 2010 and 99 in January 2011.[4] The OSCARs were late in starting service as CityRail wanted to test the trains thoroughly after the Millennium trains had a troubled introduction. On 5 August 2006, set H3 was opened for inspection to the public, as part of Central station's Centenary celebrations.

On 15 December 2006, the OSCARs entered revenue service between Central and Wollongong on Thursdays and Fridays. A few months later, OSCARs operated the services on all weekdays. Their progressive entry into service allowed G Set Tangaras to be redeployed on services to Wyong and Springwood. From 30 April 2007, the H sets were introduced on other services, but the original OSCAR service reverted to G Set operation. Eight car operation started on 26 November 2007.

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On 8 April 2008, H sets were introduced on the Central Coast & Newcastle Line, operating in eight-car formations, principally between Sydney and Wyong, however they have been used for Newcastle services. H sets were the first rolling stock to be used on the Epping to Chatswood railway line, operating a shuttle service from 23 February 2009 to 10 October 2009. Four car sets operated on the line exclusively during the shuttle phase until it was integrated into the Northern line service.

An additional order for 72 cars was confirmed on 27 March 2009, forming 18 additional four-car sets. The 2010 State budget increased this order to 74 cars.[5] The two additional cars will become spares. The first train from this order entered service on 18 October 2010.[6] In response to passenger feedback, these carriages feature an additional 20 millimetres of padding on the seat backing and lengthened seat bases to increase comfort.[7]

The final H set was delivered to CityRail in December 2012 along with spare driver trailer OD 6850.[4][8][9]

The H sets were removed from the Blue Mountains line in 2017 to allow for increased services on the South Coast line

In service[edit]

H sets are operated by NSW TrainLink on the following lines:

  • South Coast Line: Bondi Junction, Martin Place & Central to Port Kembla & Kiama
  • Central Coast & Newcastle Line: Central & Blacktown to Gosford, Wyong & Newcastle

H sets are used on a limited number of Sydney Trains services on the following lines:

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  • T1 North Shore & Western Line
  • T4 Eastern Suburbs & Illawarra Line
  • T9 Northern Line


With the D sets to commence service in 2021, these new trains will allow the H sets to be transferred to suburban services.[10]



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  1. ^Outer Suburban Rail Car (OSCAR) UGL
  2. ^'Additional carriages added to Blue Mountains Line services'. CityRail News. 12 June 2007.
  3. ^'oscar'. Axis Communications. Archived from the original on 16 February 2011. Retrieved 20 July 2013.
  4. ^ abOscar project RailCorp
  5. ^'Record investment in trains and buses to start $50.2 billion Metropolitan Transport Plan'(PDF). NSW Government. 8 June 2010.
  6. ^'More Oscar carriages enter service'(PDF). CityRail Xpress edition 152. 20 October 2010.
  7. ^'Oscar roll out continues'(PDF). CityRail Xpress edition 204. 9 November 2011.
  8. ^TOC Waiver RailCorp 4 December 2012
  9. ^'Around Sydney' Railway Digest February 2013 page 14
  10. ^'NSW Government to invest $2.8 billion in new intercity trains, making all trains air-conditioned'. Transport for NSW. 8 May 2014.

External links[edit]

  • Media related to New South Wales H sets at Wikimedia Commons
  • Technical drawings & specifications Transport for NSW

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