|Type||Seating||Batch||Weight||Lot no.||Diagram||Design Code|
|Sc50339-50347||DMBS||52 2nd (2+3)||1||30tons 5cwt||30278||536||DQ201|
|M50348-50358||DMBS||52 2nd (2+3)||1||30tons 5cwt||30278||536||DQ201|
|Sc51108-51127||DMBS||52 2nd (2+3)||2||30tons 5cwt||30444||536||DQ201|
|Sc56094-56102||DTC||12 1st (2+2), 54 2nd (2+3)||1||25tons||30279||537||DS203|
|M56103-56113||DTC||12 1st (2+2), 54 2nd (2+3)||1||25tons||30279||537||DS203|
|Sc56300-56319||DTC||12 1st (2+2), 54 2nd (2+3)||2||25tons||30445||537||DS203|
Under initial TOPS classification in 1973, the DTCs became 143s, but were later reclassified as 100s.
Early vehicle type codes identified the DMBS as a Type A3 and the DTC as a Type B2.
The GRC&W internal order number for the DMBSs was 3879 and the DTCs was 3880 (both batches the same).
Description: Structural Design
Description: Floor and Roof
Description: Strength Testing
GRC&W Ads & Works Pictures
BR Diagrams & Works Pics
Liveries - Green era
Liveries - Blue era
Liveries - Others
Operations - LMR
Publicity - ScR Newspaper Ads
Operations - ScR pt1
Operations - ScR pt2
Operations - ScR pt3
Operations - ScR pt4
Details about the preserved Class 100 vehicles can be found here.