|1st batch||2nd batch|
|BUT DTO no.||1/50||1/64|
|Number||Type||Batch||Seating||Weight||Lot no.||Diagram||Later Diagram|
|E51809-51828||DMBC||1||12 1st & 33 2nd||32 tons||30592||564||DQ301|
|E51829-51848||DMCL||1||12 1st & 54 2nd||31 tons 10 cwt||30593||563||DP313|
|M52066-52075||DMBC||2||12 1st & 33 2nd||32 tons||30691||564||DQ301|
|M52076-52085||DMCL||2||12 1st & 54 2nd||31 tons 10 cwt||30692||563||DP313|
|E59693-59712||TSL||1||72 2nd||24 tons||30594||648||DT207|
|M59808-59817||TSL||2||72 2nd||24 tons||30693||648||DT207|
When TOPS classes were applied in 1973 the DMBC vehicles 110/1, the DMCs 110/2, and the trailers 163. Some years later these were rationalised and all became just Class 110.
Worksplates were carried on the vehicle solebars to identify the builder and lot number. Many of the worksplate images on the website are by Simeon Gaskell and John Horne.