Type: Low Density
Coupling Code: Blue Square
Coupling Type: Screw
Gangway Type: LMS
Lot Number: 30504
|21/02/59||New to||61A (Kittybrewster)|
|3w/e 30/04/66||Transferred to||66C (Hamilton)|
|May-73||Depot code change||HN (Hamilton)|
|w/e 06/07/74||Reinstated||HN (Hamilton)|
|w/e 19/10/74||Stored S.|
|2w/e 30/11/74||On loan to||CMEE RTC|
|w/e 21/06/75||Ex-loan back to||HN (Hamilton)|
|20/06/75||Withdrawn from||HN (Hamilton)|
|2w/e 29/11/75||Reinstated||HN (Hamilton)|
|24/11/75||Transferred to||NR (Norwich)|
|w/e 30/01/77||Transferred to||GF (South Gosforth)|
|w/e 23/07/78||Transferred to||HT (Heaton)|
|2w/e 09/05/82||Transferred to||NR (Norwich)|
|21/11/82||Transferred to||AY (Ayr)|
|13/03/83||Stored S.||AY (Ayr)|
|51475||56464||As delivered to 61A - 21st February 1959|
|51475||56464||Transfer to 66C - 3w/e 30/04/66|
|36||51475||56464||Listed at 66C - 1972|
|50384||51301||56464||Noted 1st December 1982|
|50384||51301||56464||Noted 2nd December 1982|
|50384||51301||56464||Noted 8th January 1983|
|50376||56464||51536||Noted 4th March 1983|
Cravens DTC 56464 at TE on the 15th June 1980. Jerry Glover.
On the last day of Kilmacolm services, January 8th, 1983, E56464 leads 51301 and 50384 near Kilmacolm. Hamish Stevenson.
The 11:07 Glasgow - Kilmacolm service is seen near Kilmacolm on January 8th, 1983, the last day of services on the line. 56464 is closest, with 51301 and 50384. Hamish Stevenson.
The platforms at Whittlesea are staggered and here set 70 (E51301 + E56464) arrives from the east forming the 11.06 Cambridge - Peterborough on October 28th 1982. Gerard Fletcher.
The 14:01 Kilmacolm - Glasgow service is seen near Kilmacolm on the last day of services, 8/1/83. It is formed of a 2-car Class 105 with an extra DMBS - 50384 / 51301 + E56464. The two DMBS demonstrate the two different van layouts the class had. Hamish Stevenson.
105 373 comprising 3 driving vehicles (50384 + 51301 + 56464) reverses at Kilmacolm on the last day of passenger services on the branch, Saturday 08/01/1983. The line between Elderslie and Kilmacolm officially closed completely and between Elderslie and Shields Junction to scheduled passenger services on 10 January 1983. Andrew McConnell.
105373, made up of 3 driving vehicles (50384 + 51301 + 56464), pauses at Paisley Canal Station on the last day of operations of the branch, 8 January 1983. The line between Kilmacolm, Elderslie and Shields Junction closed completely to scheduled passenger services on 10 January 1983, although the section to Paisley Canal subsequently reopened and is now electrified. A temporary footbridge replaces the former wooden booking office, which was situated on the road bridge with staircases to each platform. The main station building was converted to a pub. The new station is a single terminus platform on the other side of the bridge. Andrew McConnell.