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Vehicle 51248


Class 101

BR Diagram 523

Builder: Met-Camm
Type: Low-Density
Length: 57ft
Coupling Code: Blue Square
Coupling Type: Screw
Gangway Type: LMS
Engines: AEC 150 hp / Leyland 150hp
Transmission: Mechanical
Lot Number: 30467
Diagram: 523

Notes

26th March 1988 - Seen at Falkland Yard

Images:

DMU

Date: unknown

Set number: 204

Set 204 with Class 101 DMBS Sc51248 leading (and appears to have a Class 105 DMBS as the rear vehicle) trundles through Princes Street Gardens towards Edinburgh Waverley, circa 1978. Malcolm Clements.

DMU

Date: 1984

Set number: 101320

Met-Camm set 101320 on Haymarket depot in 1984 with DMBS 51248 closest. S Saunders.

DMU

Date: 1984

Set number: 101320

Met-Camm DMBS 51248 on Haymarket depot in 1984. S Saunders.

DMU

Date: unknown

Set number: 101320

A lorry had toppled over the bridge behind, some of its load falling onto the track derailing the leading vehicle. This is the G&SW line at the south end of Uplawmoor, the bridge carrying the A736, and was probably taken in 1986. John Reddyhoff.

DMU

Date: unknown

Set number: 101320

Re-railing a vehicle that had hit some debris on the track near Uplawmoor, probably in 1986. John Reddyhoff.

DMU

Date: 26th April 1987

Set number: 101320

101320 (51248 + 59046 + 53749) at Markinch with the 16:20 Edinburgh - Perth service, 26th April 1987. Hamish Stevenson.

DMU

Date: July 1990

Sc51248 seen in Snailwell in July 1990. Surface Stock.

DMU

Date: July 1990

Set number: 101320

Class 101 DMBS SC51248 at Snailwell in July 1990. Surface Stock.


The vehicle is mentioned in the following images:

DMU

Date: 25th August 1984

51248 is the Class 105 DMU in this formation seen departing Doncaster on 25.08.1984. Andy Cole.

DMU

Date: 16th June 1989

Set number: CH378

After working a peak hour Manchester Piccadilly-Chinley via Marple service, 'Spa Line' branded former Buxton class 108 power cars, now Chester allocated set CH378 (presumably with 51248 closest) return direct ecs to Longsight depot, decend the Hazel Grove Cord which opened to traffic a few years earlier on the 12th May 1986, to provide a link between the old Midland Rly and the L&NW Rly. 16th June 1989. Andrew J Crowther.

                                                                                                                                                                             


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