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Vehicle 50465 / 53465

Class 104

BR Diagram 556

Builder: BRC&W
Type: Low Density
Length: 57ft
Coupling Code: Blue Square
Coupling Type: Screw
Gangway Type: LMS
Engines: Leyland 150hp
Transmission: Mechanical
Lot Number: 30293
Diagram: 556

The vehicle carried the following numbers:

50465 - original number
53465 - from Oct-83 (53xxx / 54xxx change)



Date: 1966

Late in 1966 a three-car Class 104 is seen at Galton, Smethwick. The number on the DMBS seems to read M50465. Michael Mensing.


Date: 30th August 1987

The British Rail Class 104 diesel multiple units were built by Birmingham Railway Carriage and Wagon Company from 1957 to 1959. The first units were ordered for the London Midland Region, with the majority of the class for use in North West of England, sets were also used on Tyneside, like the Metro-Cammell class 101's these units truly worked nationwide, but of all the routes worked by the class the Buxton route was the one with which they became synonymous. Here is a Newton Heath allocated set comprising of M53465 + M53499 in Stockport's platform 3a with the Stalybridge shuttle service on 30th August 1987. Andrew J Crowther.


Date: 14th October 1989

Set number: CH617

Class 104 DMBS M53465 and APT departmental coach RDB977527 ex-48204 at Vic Berry's at Leicester on October 14, 1989. Surface Stock.

The vehicle is mentioned in the following images:


Date: 3rd August 1979

Blackpool North was a frequent haunt for Class 104s. In the station when this shot was taken on the 3rd August 1979 were 50524 + 59183 + 50475, 50504 + 59160 + 50452, 50477 + 59185 + 50529 and 50517 + 59173 + 50465. Robert Frise.



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