977191 was formerly 56106, a Gloucester Railway Carriage & Wagon Class 100 driving trailer classified as DTCL, as it had first and second class within, as well as a toilet, It was withdrawn way back in July 1983, but ended up here at Crewe, lingering there until 2002. It is seen at Crewe Works Open Day on the 21st May 2000. Andrew J Crowther.
Class 100 977191 is seen awaiting disposal at Crewe works during the open day on 21.05.2000. It was converted from 54106 and was used as part of the Crewe test train. Andy Cole.
56315 during conversion at St Rollox to 99900. The car was still in it's experimental livery. A replacement front window has been fitted in the front saloon. March 1975. Ken Barnes.
56315 at St Rollox for it's conversion to 99900. The car was still in it's experimental livery, but this shows that a blue stripe was also tried as well as the earlier orange stripe, this one having the BR Logo below rather than on the stripe. March 1975. Ken Barnes.
99900 on the Keighley & Worth Valley line in June 1979. It was converted to blue star for remote control of the loco at the other end. Ken Barnes.
99900 on the Fisons weedkilling train coming into Exeter from the Crediton direction at Cowley B Jct, with a Class 25 at the other end. 14th June 1979. Neil Cannon.
FA99900 at Southport on 19/8/80. Robert Frise.
The Fisons weedkiller train at Southport on 19/8/80. Robert Frise.
FA99900 leads the Fison's weedkiller train into Walton on Naze in early May 1984. Colin Brooks.
No longer having the two digit headcode box, 99900 is on the rear of the Fisons weedkilling train passing Clay Cross, 28/6/85. Paul Moxon.
FA99900 - the former 56315 - on the rear of the Fisons weedkilling train seen at Machynlleth on the 12th September 1985. Hamish Stevenson.
FA99900 is now in green when seen passing through Leeds on 8/5/87. Malcolm Clements.
56315 is seen as FA99900, part of the Fison's weedkilling train, at Huddersfield on the 9th May 1987. Malcolm Clements.