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Vehicle 50198 / 53198


Class 101

BR Diagram 523

Builder: Met-Camm
Type: Low-Density
Length: 57ft
Coupling Code: Blue Square
Coupling Type: Screw
Gangway Type: LMS
Engines: AEC 150 hp / Leyland 150hp
Transmission: Mechanical
Lot Number: 30259
Diagram: 523

The vehicle carried the following numbers:

50198 - original number
53198 - from Apr-83 (53xxx / 54xxx change)

Images:

DMU

Date: 28th August 1989

Set number: 357

Two car Class 101 set 357 (53198 + 53244) is seen in Stirling station with the 15:42 Edinburgh - Dunblane service on the 28th August 1987. Hamish Stevenson.

DMU

Date: 29th June 1991

Set number: 101652

101 652 runs into Lowestoft station on the 29th June 1991. 54A South Dock.

DMU

Date: 26th September 1991

Set number: 101652

101652 (53198 + 54346) on a Norwich to Sheringham working passing Suffield around 10.20am on September 26th, 1991. Surface Stock.

DMU

Date: 4th September 1993

Set number: 101652

53198 is nearest in this view of 101 652 & 101 657. Seen at Preston on 4/9/93 with the 12:43 Heysham - Stockport. Gazza Prescott.

DMU

Date: 29th August 1996

Set number: 101652

At Romiley on 29th August 1996 is 101652 (53198 & 54346) on 29th August 1996. Ian Buck.


The vehicle is mentioned in the following images:

DMU

Date: May 1978

A Class 101 enters York in May 1978. The leading DMBS appears to be from the batch that marked the transition from the 4-lamp front to the 2-lamps + 2-digit headcode arrangement, which I'm told is. number range 50198-50209 Graeme Phillips Collection.

DMU

Date: 21st July 1989

Set number: 357

Met-Camm power-twin 53244 + 53198 seen ECS at Dalmeny station on July 21, 1989, heading towards the capital. Hamish Stevenson.

DMU

Date: 2nd September 1989

Set number: 357

Set 357 (53244 + 53198) heading into the tunnels at Princes Street Gardens towards Haymarket on the 2nd September 1989. Hamish Stevenson.

DMU

Date: 28th August 1996

Set number: 101652

101652 (54346 & 53198) at Romiley on the 28th August 1996. Ian Buck.

                                                                                                                                                                             


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