Builder: BR Swindon Works
Type: Cross Country
Coupling Code: Blue Square
Coupling Type: Screw
Gangway Type: BR Standard
Engines: AEC 150hp
Lot Number: 30559
|05/12/59||New to||61A (Kittybrewster)|
|3w/e 02/04/60||Transferred to||66C (Hamilton)|
|Jun-60||Transferred to||61A (Kittybrewster)|
|3w/e 19/11/60||Transferred to||64H (Leith Central)|
|w/e 03/06/61||Transferred to||61A (Kittybrewster)|
|5w/e 04/02/67||Transferred to||60A (Inverness)|
|5w/e 06/09/69||Transferred to||66C (Hamilton)|
|Dec-70||Listed at||60A (Inverness)|
|p/e 09/06/79||Stored U.||ZC|
|51784||59682||51791||Transfer to 61A - Jun-60|
|306||51793||59684||51784||Listed at IS - mid-May-78|
12/5/78 - Near Oyne, ScR
Derailment involving Class 120
Info from Alan Binns, Mike Cooper, Peter Mullen
A road vehicle hit a railway bridge on the Aberdeen - Inverness Line, knocking it out of alignment, which was then hit by set 304 which derailed. More Details.
An ScR official photo showing Sc51784 on the 8th June 1960. Location unknown. AA McLean Collection.
This 120 on an Aberdeen to Elgin service is seen just north of Kittybrewster in the autumn of 1972. The destination blind reads "Elgin via Mulben" although by this time that was the only way you could get from Aberdeen to Elgin by rail! Note also the unusual tail lamp, a distinct feature on this line. The set number is carried in the cab window. The DMBF could be 51784, it was listed as being in set 303 in a June 1973 set list. John McIntyre.
51784 - which still appears to have the luggage rack lights on - and 59684 after derailing at Oyne in May 1978. Alan Rintoul.
Set 304 was involved in an accident at Oyne on the 12/5/78. DMBF 51784 was withdrawn went to Glasgow Works for scrapping. It is seen there on the 6th October 1984. Bill Hamilton.
A Swindon Cross-Country set (51784 + 59682 + 51792) sits in Callander station on the 14th May 1960 with a Six Lochs Land Cruise working. Michael Mensing.
Derailment near Oyne (Aberdeen - Inverness line), 12/5/78, following a lorry crashing into a bridge. Class 120 Set 304 containing DMS 51793 (left, on rails), TBS 59684 (centre, half on half off) and DMBC 51784 (right, on side). Scotpix courtesy of Peter Mullen.