Builder: BR Derby Works
Type: Low Density
Coupling Code: Blue Square
Coupling Type: Screw
Gangway Type: LMS
Engines: Leyland 150hp / Albion 238hp
Lot Number: 30209
|29/03/57||New to||40A (Lincoln)|
|May-73||Depot code change||LN (Lincoln)|
|04/10/87||To Parcels Sector at||CA (Cambridge)|
|circa Dec-88||Sector Change to||RPXN|
|06/09/90||Withdrawn from||CA (Cambridge) RPXX|
50046 - original number
53046 - from Apr-83 (53xxx / 54xxx change)
|50046||56046||As delivered to 40A - 29th March 1957|
circa Dec-86 - AWS fitted
1971? - (Location Unknown)
Collsion involving Class 114 / Oil Train
Info from Andrew Parr
E50046 is seen at Doncaster Carr on 4/3/71 after colliding with a derailed oil train. Details of incident unknown. Image by Andrew Parr.
Class 114 DMBS 50046 is a little the worst for wear after a close encounter with a derailed oil train. Doncaster Carr, 4/3/71. Andrew Parr.
This Class 114 unit with E50046 at the front has some young admirers at New Holland Town after arrival from New Holland Pier with a Cleethorpes service on 15/5/79. Stephen Burdett.
A Class 114 DMU in New Holland Pier station on 15/5/79. It's waiting to depart on a Cleethorpes service. Stephen Burdett.
New Holland Pier on 15/5/79. The station served an area of North Lincolnshire for ferry services across the Humber to Hull. Services ceased in August 1981, when the Humber Bridge was opened. A Class 114 sits in the station with a Cleethorpes service. The walkway is like a long platform with New Holland Town station. Stephen Burdett.
New Holland Town on 15/5/79. The class 114 DMU has the road for Cleethorpes. The other signal is for the section to Barton upon Humber as I recall. Stephen Burdett.
E53046 + E53020 + 93096 with Peterborough to Cambridge parcels at Ely, 31.01.88. Surface Stock.