Coupling Code: Blue Square
Coupling Type: Screw
Gangway Type: LMS
Engines: AEC 150 hp / Leyland 150hp
Lot Number: 30467
51175 in Beverley station on May 5, 1990, as part of a hybrid set. The DMBS at the far end is 53203. John Carter.
A Class 101 DMU at Carlisle in 1991. 51175 is nearest to the camera, it was used as a Sandite vehicle based at Leeds Holbeck in 1990/91, partnered with 51180, which is probably the other vehicle illustrated. Graeme Phillips Collection.
101658 (51175 + 54091) seen in Manchester Piccadilly station on 21/6/93. This image was published in Metro Enterprises 'DMU & Light Rail Datafile - 1995 Edition', page 25. Graeme Phillips.
DMBS 51175 heads the 11:18 Stockport - Heysham at Lancaster on 31/7/93, formed of 101658 and 101659. Gazza Prescott.
101 658 and 101 659 are about to work the 19:15 to Manchester Victoria from Blackpool North on 31/7/93, headed by 51175. Gazza Prescott.
101 658 working the 07:19 to Helsby from Chester, where pictured on 11/9/93, headed by 51175. Gazza Prescott.
101658 on the 08:27 Chester - Southport, seen at Appley Bridge on 18/12/93, lead by 51175. Gazza Prescott.
During overhaul 51175 of 101658 is seen at Doncaster Works on 31st March 1995. Ian Buck.
At Ardwick 101658 (51175 & 54091) on 8th May 2000. Ian Buck.
51175 is used here to give a better power / weight ratio on a driver trailer set. Manchester Piccadilly on 26-2-01. Steve Hodgson.
DMBS 51175 (right) has been added to a driver trailer set at Manchester to improve the power / weight ratio. 26/2/01. Steve Hodgson.
Working the 07.10 Doncaster to Cambridge is the green Cravens set E53359 + E54122 and class 101 51501 + 51175 near Kiln Lane Ely, 31.12.87. Surface Stock.
Class 101 DMBS 53203 as part of a hybrid set (with two DMBSs, the other being 51175) at Beverley on May 15th, 1990. John Carter.
101658 (54091 + 51175) in Manchester Piccadilly on October 13, 1994. Ian Buck.
Regional Railways set 101 658 (54091 + 51175) at New Mills South Junction with local service to Sheffield on the 12th October 1995. Andrew J Crowther.