London Midland Class 350 264 in London Euston station. On September 16, 2016 Unit 350 264 was damaged in a landslide accident that lead to a collision with another unit. Its fate is officially unknown because it was sent back to Siemens in Germany but it has never seen operation again yet.
The London Midland units entered service in 2005 with Central Trains and Silverlink. After both franchises were ceased in 2007, London Midland took over their trains and services.
In 2008 London Midland ordered a new batch of 37 additional units, now called Class 350/2. Those second batch of Class 350s are currently undergoing a refurbishment to be able to run on high speed tracks (up to 110 mph).