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Class 112/3 Cravens 2-car DMUs


Liveries

They were delivered in lined green with whiskers, red bufferbeam, white tyres and a grey roof. By the late '60s all blue livery was applied, with full yellow ends.

Some did appear in the early blue livery, with small yellow panels. A picture of a blue 113 appeared in the Modern Railways magazine of March '70, taken in March '67.

Green with whiskers

A Class 113 sits in Accrington steam maintenance shed on Friday 6th May 1960. The two steam loco's are on shed to work Blackburn to London football specials, for Blackburn Rovers v Wolverhampton Wanderers FA Cup final the following day. The Scot on the right is 46100, and the one on the left is 46142. DH Dyson.

Green with yellow panel

A Cravens Roll-Royce hydraulic unit passes Church Colliery Signal box in it's way to Manchester. DH Dyson.

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No vehicles were preserved.

Thanks to Andrew Dyson for additional information.

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