Type: Cross Country
Coupling Code: Blue Square
Coupling Type: Screw
Gangway Type: BR Standard
Engines: AEC 150hp
Lot Number: 30422
27/08/82 - L591 (51059 + 59433 + 51102) was an unusual site at Twickenham. The the unit spent the whole day parked in the bay platform after failing due to a hot box the night before while on a Redhill to Reading via Clapham Junction mail train.
Class 119 set C591 (presumably 51102 + 59433 + 51059) at Milford Haven in 1979. John Law.
W51102 is the closest vehicle in set C591 seen at Manorbier with the 10:16 Pembroke Dock - Swansea on 16/04/1980. Hamish Stevenson.
On an unknown date class 119 set B591 (51102, 59433, 51059) at Newport. Ian Buck.
L591 with DMS(L) W51102 nearest the camera at Reigate in 1983. Graeme Phillips Collection.
C591 (W51102 + W59382 + W51059) - a 119/108/119 hybrid - seen in Cardiff Central station on the 6th August 1987. Hamish Stevenson.
C591 (W51102 + W59382 + W51059) arrives into Cardiff Central on the 6th August 1987 with the 15:56 ex-Bristol Temple Meads. Hamish Stevenson.
Class 119 DMS(L) E51102 with Class 116 cars 59364 and 53856 stand in what was then platform 7 (now platform 1) of Newcastle station. Surprisingly, the car number can be seen to include the E-prefix - at a time when the regional prefixing was being abandoned - yet the former Cardiff Division set formation number C591 has been left on the front of the cab. Graeme Phillips Collection.
Class 119 E51102 at Vic Berrys, Leicester, 15-1-89. Kevin Dowd.
A Class 119 power car 51102 from set C591 and two vehicles from 101 331 are seen in the stack at Vic Berry's scrapyard in Leicester, 1989. Malcolm Clements.
Two Cross-Country sets at Pembroke Dock on 7/7/81. On the left is Swindon built 51575 and on the right Gloucester RC&W built 51102. Chris Lings.