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Vehicle 59195

Class 104

BR Diagram 583

Builder: BRC&W
Type: Low Density
Length: 57ft
Coupling Code: Blue Square
Coupling Type: Screw
Gangway Type: LMS
Lot Number: 30299
Diagram: 583


19/08/58 New to 53C (Hull Springhead)
30/11/58 Transferred to 53B (Hull Botanic Gardens) - (53C closed)
w/e 03/01/59 Transferred to 50B (Neville Hill)
Jan-60Depot code change55H (Neville Hill)
w/e 05/08/67 Transferred to 9L (Buxton)
May-73Depot code changeBX (Buxton)
08/06/86 Transferred to NH (Newton Heath)
2w/e 14/11/87 Transferred to ED (Eastfield)
p/e 02/12/89 Sector Change to PXXZ
08/12/89 Withdrawn from ED (Eastfield) PXXZ


1st July 1989 - Listed as withdrawn at Thornton Junction Yard

19th October 1989 - Listed as withdrawn/out of use

12th October 1990 - Listed as condemned at Thornton Junction Yard

Some sample formations the vehicle has been noted in:

50549 59195 59216 50570 As delivered to 53C - 19th August 1958
BX482 53429 59195 53507 Listed at BX - circa Jul-85 - with white roof domes and black window surrounds
BX482 53429 59195 53507 Listed at BX - circa Dec-85
53429 59195 53507 Listed at Newton Heath - Summer 1986 - on loan Buxton
104459 53472 59195 52042 Listed at ED - Jan-88
104459 53472 59195 52042 Listed at ED - circa August 1988



Date: unknown

Having recently received a fresh coat of Rail Blue paint, Class 105 TSL SC59195 sits in Corkerhill depot. Date unknown, it was transferred to the ScR in 1987. To the left is classmate 59215. Andrew McConnell.

The vehicle is mentioned in the following images:


Date: 7th July 1985

Set number: BX482

On 7th July 1985, coming out of the New Mills turn back tunnel, as we called it as it was used to turn back the 2 car dmus back to Manchester, is a Buxton "White Roofed" allocated BRC&W dmu BX482 (M53507, M59195, M53429), officially called Hayfield Tunnel it was the start of the 2.5 mile branch to Hayfield which closed to all traffic on 03/01/70, the tunnel is 197 yards long and was only half bricked up at the other end. Today the tunnel is trackless but the tunnel mouth is still there, at the other end of the tunnel is the start of the Sett Valley trail which is on the old track bed to Hayfield. Andrew J Crowther.


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