Type: Low Density
Coupling Code: Blue Square
Coupling Type: Screw
Gangway Type: LMS
Engines: Rolls Royce 180hp
Lot Number: 30692
|25/11/61||New to||26A (Newton Heath)|
|Sep-63||Depot code change||9D (Newton Heath)|
|2w/e 06/05/67||On loan to||56G (Bradford Hammerton St)|
|2w/e 03/06/67||Transferred to||56G (Bradford Hammerton St)|
|Dec-67||Depot code change||55F (Bradford Hammerton St)|
|May-73||Depot code change||HS (Bradford Hammerton St)|
|13/05/84||Transferred to||NL (Neville Hill)||- Hammerton Street closed|
|p/e 03/12/88||To departmental stock||NL (Neville Hill)|
52076 - original number
977614 - from Dec-88 (departmental stock)
Sandite From 12/88 to 9/90.
|52066||59808||52076||As delivered to 26A - 25th November 1961|
|spare||52076||Listed at NL - 22/11/87|
|408||51826||52076||Formed at NL w/e 07/02/88 - renumbered from 508 after removing centre car|
|51823||52076||Listed at NL - early Apr-88|
|908||977613||977614||Listed at NL - Feb-89 - sector DMEX, sandite|
Class 110 DMC E52076 in Sheffield station, date unknown. Stuart Mackay Collection.
Class 110 DMC 52076 sits beside a Cravens set in Sheffield Midland in the 1970s. Stuart Mackay Collection.
52076 + 51828 with the 18:02 to Leeds at Knottingley, 18 May 1984. Hamish Stevenson.
52076 is at the head of this Class 110 at York. Undated. Tom Clift.
Sandite Class 110 vehicle ADB 977614 (ex-52076) at Neville Hill on August 12th, 1989, still with it's MetroTrain markings. Hamish Stevenson.
ADB977614 at Snailwell with firing tunnel chimney behind. September 1990. Surface Stock.
Class 110 centre car E59814, with E52076 on the left, 52071 on the right. At Sheffield, date unknown, colour cast is due to the ageing transparency. Stuart Mackay Collection.
One of the aesthetically pleasing Class 110 BRCW 'Calder Valley' dmu sets is seen at York on 2nd July 1981. The leading car , E51809, was ex shops on 5/6/81 explaining its pristine condition. It lasted in service until 1989 before being cut up at Vic Berry's yard in Leicester. Here E51809 is leading E59814 and E52076. The redundant four character headcode panel has been plated over, this modification happened from around 1977 onwards following the abandonment of the codes. Gerard Fletcher.