Builder: Pressed Steel
Type: High Density
Coupling Code: Blue Square
Coupling Type: Screw
Gangway Type: None
Engines: Leyland 150hp
Lot Number: 30548
T301 leads this formation into Llandrindod on a Galerail special in the late 1980s during the Llandrindod Wells Victorian Week. David Rowe.
Class 117 T301 (51395 + 59505 + 51353) at East Ville, possibly with an ECS ex-Skegness. It looks like it was taken from a Class 114 set. Hamish Stevenson.
At Cowdenbeath 117 set 301 is on a Fife Circle train on 29th April 1999. Ian Buck.
Class 117 car 51395 leading set 117301 enters North Queensferry on 29th April 1999. Ian Buck.
Class 117 set L416 (W51353 + W59505 + W51395) in London Waterloo station with the RCTS/SEG Marchwood Volunteer No.2 railtour on July 21, 1979. Hamish Stevenson.
Class 117 set C416 in Cardiff Central station on September 9th, 1987. DMBS W51353 is closest, presumably with W59505 and W51395. Hamish Stevenson.
At Nottingham on September 17th, 1988, T420 (53092 + 59607 + 59032 + 51892) and T301 (51353 + 59505 + 51395) form the 08:00 Nuneaton - Skegness service. Hamish Stevenson.
Haymarket depot DMU sidings in 1994. There are three Pressed Steel sets (including 117213 - presumably 51339 + 59492 + 51382 - and 117301 - presumably 51353 + 59505 + 51395) all idling. There are at least two Regional Railways liveried Met-Camm centre cars to their right - probably left behind from the three-car sets that moved to Corkerhill as two-cars. To their right are Strathclyde liveried 107s. S Saunders.