Type: Low Density
Coupling Code: Blue Square
Coupling Type: Screw
Gangway Type: LMS
Engines: Leyland 150hp
Lot Number: 30293
50456 - original number
53456 - from 1983 (53xxx / 54xxx change)
M53456 is the DMBS in set BX485 when seen at Manchester Piccadilly on 17/8/85. Malcolm Clements.
Class 104 53456 is seen at Tyseley on 18.04.1987 with Buxton's depot trademark of the white cab roof. Andy Cole.
53456 at Vic Berry's in Leicester on the 28th April 1988 Dennis Taylor.
A May 1988 shot of Vic Berry's scrapyard, with many high density vehicles and Class 104 53456 on the right. Michael Kaye 55A.
M53456 is seen stacked upon some Mark I coaches at Vic Berry's on July 20, 1988. Surface Stock.
Class 104 DMBS M53456 up top, a suburban centre car on the row below. Vic Berry's on July 20, 1988. Surface Stock.
Built by the Birmingham Railway Carriage and Wagon Company, its Buxton allocation given away by their trade mark white roof, this is DMBS M53456 is ending it's days at Vic Berry's scrapyard in Leicester, these units truly worked nationwide, but of all the routes worked by the the class the Buxton route was the one with which they beacame synonynous. 6th August 1988. Andrew J Crowther.
Gloucester Railway Carriage & Wagon 1959 built Class 128 parcels unit M55994 is seen tagged into the rear of the 13.29 Manchester Piccadilly-Buxton service, which was worked by class 104 units M53456, M59230, M53504. At New Mills Newtown, 10th April 1985. Andrew J Crowther.
Class 108 and 104 (M53456 + M53514) vehicles at Buxton on the 6th July 1986. Vincent Haworth.
Class 108 M51947 beside Class 104 M53456 at Buxton on September 3, 1986. Surface Stock.
Class 104 driver trailer sits in front of several 101 vehicles in Newton Heath depot on January 30, 1988. Beside it sits withdrawn M53456, boarded up for its journey to Vic Berrys. Hamish Stevenson.