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BRITISH RAIL’S SOUTHERN REGION
UNIT INCIDENTS

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Barnham 1st August 1962
© Ian Nolan

 

Southern 1939 - 1948

 

Havant 17th June 1939

2 BIL unit 2045 DTC 12068 damaged in collision with 4 COR unit 3142 at Denville Jct, Havant 17-Jun-39.

It is understood that unit 2045 was operating (solo) a stopping train from Chichester when it overran the junction signals at Denville Junction. The DTC (trailing) was sideswiped by the leading coach of a Waterloo – Portsmouth train derailing both the 2 BIL DTC and the 4 COR motor coach adjacent to Havant East signalbox. It is possible that the second coach of the 4 COR may also have been partially derailed.

 

Portsmouth Harbour 12th August 1940

2 BIL units 2102 and 2131 destroyed by enemy action at Portsmouth Harbour 12-Aug-40. Both units withdrawn 4‑Sep-40. Underframes scrapped at Lancing during 1943 (10668 30-Jun-43, 10697 23-Jun-43 and 12164 18-Aug-43).

 

Victoria 9th October 1940

2 HAL unit 2611 damaged by enemy bombing at Victoria 9‑Oct‑40 but repaired.

 

Fratton Depot 3rd May 1941

2 BIL unit 2145 hit by enemy incendiaries at Fratton Depot 3-May-41 and DTC 12178 badly burnt out but repaired.

 

Eastbourne 11th August 1942

2 HAL unit 2646 damaged by enemy bombing at Eastbourne 11‑Aug‑42 and repaired at Lancing by Nov‑42.

 

Brighton 25th May 1943

2 BIL unit 2145 damaged by enemy action at Brighton 25-May-43, MBT 10711 badly affected. Unit repaired at Lancing by 5-Oct-43.

 

Greenwich 24th January 1945

2 HAL unit 2656 DTC 12810 derailed and damaged near Greenwich 24‑Jan‑45 after encountering V2 crater.

 

Esher 28th January 1945

2 HAL unit 2606 very badly damaged in collision with rear of steam train at 8:23am at Esher on 28‑Jan‑45 and underframe of DTC 12191 replaced using that of 12152 (ex 2 BIL 2119).

The 7.57pm Waterloo to Portsmouth electric train travelling at about 50mph collided with the rear of the 7.48pm Waterloo to Bournemouth service (12 bogies hauled by N15 steam locomotive 785 Sir Mador de la Porte) which was pulling away (c.20mph) from the Down Fast home signal at Esher.

Both trains were running on clear signals; signalman’s error having admitted two trains into section. One passenger died, nineteen were injured and taken to hospital with eight receiving minor injuries.

The electric train comprised four number two-car units with serious damage concentrated at the trailing end of the first coach and leading end of the second coach. The underframe of the trailing end of the first coach had its headstock buckled and forced in for a distance of 18’; the solebars being crumpled up with it and the bogie being forced about the same distance. The central longitudinal throughout the length of the coach were forced forward distorting all of the cross members (including the headstock).

The underframes of the second coach was undamaged but the floor of the first coach rode up on the floor of the second coach crushing the trailing three compartments in the first coach and the leading three in the second. The driver’s compartment of the first coach was relatively undamaged; the drivers observation lights undamaged! No vehicles derailed and damage to the remaining electric units minor although some bodies shifted /solebars were bent on the locomotive-hauled coaches of the steam train.

 

 

1949

 

Littlehampton 30th November 1949

Body of 2 BIL unit 2088 DTC 12121 badly damaged in collision with 2 HAL unit 2653 at 08:19am at Littlehampton on 30-Nov-49 and withdrawn 25-Feb-50.

Formed of eight-coaches, as the 8:4am Bognor Regis to London Bridge (via Littlehampton) was entering platform 3 at 20 mph under clear signals it collided with the two-coach 8:18am Littlehampton to Ford train which left platform 2 against a red starting signal.

All the wheels of the two leading coaches of the 8:4am train were derailed; 25’ of the offside panelling of the leading coach was stripped off. Foul of the Down line the leading bogie of the 8:18am was derailed and the corner of the motorman’s cab driven in.

 

 

1951

 

Ford 5th August 1951

11.58am when 10.47am Three Bridges – Bognor (6 BIL) struck in rear in Loop platform by 11.17am Brighton – Portsmouth Harbour (4 BIL). 2008 and 2029 were the colliding units.

The six-coach 11.17am Brighton to Portsmouth train (booked to stop in Ford’s Down main platform) passed the home signal at danger and collided at about 18 mph with the rear of the eight-coach 10:47am Three Bridges to Bognor Regis train which as standing in the Down Loop platform waiting for the Portsmouth train to pass. Both trains were formed of two-coach units.

The first coach of the Portsmouth train and the rear coach of the Bognor Regis train were telescoped together for about 40’; four other coaches were also damaged to varying degrees.

Motorman Sherwood was driving the Portsmouth train and was killed instantly. Eight passengers died, forty-seven were injured with forty detained in hospital.

 

1952

 

Guildford 8th November 1952

Whilst working the Aldershot portion of the 8:54pm from Waterloo on 8-Nov-52 2 BIL unit 2133 had a brake failure resulting in collision with light engine outside Guildford station. DTC 12166 was badly damaged and withdrawn 15-Nov-52. MBT 10699 spare until unit reformed with new ‘all‑steel’ 2 HAL DTC 12856 built Feb-55 on underframe of former 12133 (ex 2100).

The 8:54pm from Waterloo ha divided at Ascot with the front two coaches going to Reading; the rear two coaches forming the 9:46pm portion to Guildford via Aldershot. The train lost control descending Pinks Hill (1 in 100) running past two signals at danger and colliding with the tender of approaching ‘700’ class locomotive number 30693 outside of Guildford’s signalbox. The brakes had failed due to lack of air pressure after a compressor fuse had blown.

30693 was pushed back nearly 30 yards and its tender badly damaged. The leading coach of 2133 (DTC 12166) was split open, the two steel solebars of the underframe were bent backwards and the front half of the vehicle destroyed; its leading bogie being driven back to the trailing bogie. 12166 was thrown to the right coming to rest against the tender of another light engine Q1 class 33013. MBT 10699 was virtually undamaged.

Motorman H. Tullett was killed instantly. Of the sixty-five passengers on the train, one died, thirty-seven were injured with six detained in hospital.

 

 

1956

 

Chatham 5th January 1956

2 HAL unit 2680 in collision with 4 SUB 4339 at Chatham 5-Jan-56 (details?) and 2 HAL DTC 12834 withdrawn 28-Jan-56, (disposal unknown, cut-up c.Aug‑56).

 

 

1960

 

Borough Market Jct 28th January 1960

4 EPB unit 5164 damaged at Borough Market Jct.

 

Wimbledon Park Depot c.5th February 1960

4 EPB unit 5309 on delivery from Eastleigh works derailed in depot and slightly damaged.

 

Windsor & Eton Riverside 22nd September 1960

Collision outside station during a power cut at approx 6.50pm between two trains. 2 EPB units 5670, 5673 and 5675 all side damaged, 5659 and 5664 slightly damaged too. 5670 + 5675 to Lancing for repairs, 5673 repainted during repairs (at Selhurst?).

 

New Cross Gate c.25th September 1960

Collision in Down Sidings between 4 LAV unit 2944 and 6 PAN unit 3027, MBS 11069 of 3027 slightly damaged. Unit to Peckham Rye for repairs.

 

London Bridge 25th November 1960

8.17am Coulsdon North – London Bridge arr 8.47, Platform 12, hit buffers. 4 SUB units 4105 + 4692, slight damage to 10950 + 10423, sent to Peckham Rye for lifting.

 

Wimbledon Park Depot 28th December 1960

Converging collision, 4 SUB unit 4108 (hit what?), TS 11478 beyond repair. Unit reformed at Wimbledon Park c.25‑Jan‑61 with 10356, damaged 11478 stripped at Wimbledon Park, then electrical strip at Strawberry Hill then to Newhaven for scrapping Mar‑61.

 

1961

 

Herne Hill 4th January 1961

5†33pm Herne Hill to Holborn Viaduct, 4 EPB unit 5188 leaving No.3 siding when took two roads. No derailment but buffers overran the rubbing plates so minor damage to 2 coaches, MBS 14375 and TS 15316, repaired at Orpington.

 

Beckenham Junction – Shortlands 16th January 1961

9.0am Maidstone East – Holborn Viaduct hit by open door on passing 9.30am Victoria – Dover Boat Train. 2 HAP units 6104 moderate damage, unit 6061 minor damage. Unit 6104 to Selhurst for repairs and varnish, 6061 repaired at Stewarts Lane.

 

Slade Green Depot 24th January 1961

4 CEP unit 7117 all four coaches sidescrape damaged (hit contractor’s equipment). Unit due intermediate repair so sent to Lancing 2‑Feb‑61 and released 14‑Feb‑61.

 

Dover Priory 25th January 1961

5.13am Dover Priory to Charing Cross, 2 HAP units 5603 + 6030; both DTCs derailed one bogie each when crossover moved under train, minor damage to DTC 16003 and DTC 77144, lifted at Ramsgate.

 

Ladywell 7th February 1961

Approaching Ladywell station 6.42pm Hayes to Charing Cross (4 EPB unit 5030) struck by open door on 6.47pm Charing Cross to Hayes (4 EPB unit 5135). Both units damaged, to Selhurst for repair and varnish.

 

Farningham Road – Swanley 6th March 1961

6.30am Ramsgate – Cannon Street, 4 CEP units 7144 + 7118 + 7134. Rear unit derailed (both trailers). Two bogies (one on each trailer) changed at Swanley Engineers Siding. Unit hauled to Slade Green 19‑Mar‑61.

 

Cannon Street 20th March 1961

4 EPB unit 5225 collided with 6L unit 1018. MBS 14407 + TSO 15120 to Grove Park, MBS 14449 + TS 15020 placed on accommodation bogies at Cannon Street. 1018 TSO 60543 + TFK 60714 placed on accommodation bogies at Cannon Street, remainder to Grove Park. 5225 hauled to Slade Green w/c 2-4-61, motors removed and then sent to Micheldever pending acceptance at Eastleigh. Outgoing DEMU, 1017 v Feb-60, 1018 v Mar-60. Damaged trailers of 1018 carded to Micheldever once made fit to run, ran via Blackheath.

 

Waterloo 22nd March 1961

8.10am Alton – Waterloo. Leading bogie of 4 RES unit 3059, MBS 11149 derailed approaching Platform 15, minor damage.

 

Waterloo 22nd March 1961

1.54pm Teddington – Waterloo. Trailing bogie of 4 SUB unit 4705 derailed approaching Platform 17, minor damage.

 

Penge Tunnel 5th April 1961

Open door collision 5†0am spl ECS Stewarts Lane to Orpington 4 CEP units 7145 + 7154 hit 5.7am Orpington to Holborn Viaduct 4 EPB units 5327 + 5149. All stock hauled to Ford (16 cars) for repair at Lancing.

 

Lovers Walk Depot 7th April 1961

4 COR unit 3106 hit 4 BUF unit 3075 left standing foul at 11.40am during shunting movement. 3106 MBS 11092 damaged, repaired at Brighton. 3075 MBS 11233 damaged, repaired at Lancing, sent 11-Apr-61. 3075 v Apr-61. 3106 paint May-53, last v Jan-60.

 

Waterloo 11th April 1961

4.38pm Effingham Jct to Waterloo 4 SUB units 4652 + 4124 collided with light engine 34034 ‘Honiton’ at 5.22pm. MBS 11364 wrecked, TS 8932 damaged, minor damage to TSO 12392 + MBS 11363. 4124 minor damage. 3 cars of 4652 taken to Wimbledon Park, 11364 cut-up on site, some parts removed in wagons 7‑May‑61. TS 8932 later scrapped at Newhaven Dec‑61.

 

Peckham Rye Depot 11th April 1961

3.15pm, 2 BIL unit 2078 standing foul, 4 EPB unit 5162 sidescraped past it (all four coaches). DTC 12111 damaged on 2078. 2078 to Lancing, 5162 to Selhurst for repair and varnish.

 

Lovers Walk Depot 21st April 1961

2 HAL unit 2618 found during inspection to have damaged inner headstock on DTC 12203. Sent to Ford pending acceptance at Lancing.

 

Instruction issued to reform damaged 5164 and 5225 at Micheldever 24th April 1961

4 EPB unit 5164 damaged at Borough Market Jct 28-Jan-60; 4 EPB unit 5225 at Cannon Street 20-Mar-61. New 5164 14327 + 15362 + 15120 + 14407, then to Wimbledon Park for repair 27-Apr-61 and Selhurst for varnish. Other four damaged cars at Micheldever for Eastleigh repair.

 

Waterloo South Sidings 3rd May 1961

9.2am ECS 4 SUB units 4720 + 4117 became derailed arriving in South Sidings, 5th coach MBS 10974, some damage to TS 10435 when conductor rail penetrated coach end. 10435 repaired at Selhurst. 4117 to Micheldever, 3cars left there and 10974 to Eastleigh for repair.

 

Streatham Hill depot 16th May 1961

4 SUB unit 4636 MBS 11332 motor bogie derailed.

 

Micheldever 19th May 1961

Two cars of damaged 4 SUB 4117 ‘ran away’ in yard. MBS 10973 damaged. MBS 14449 (4 EPB 5225) further damaged. MBS 11363 (4 SUB 4652) further damaged.

 

Chertsey 23rd May 1961

Shunt move to sidings took two roads, 4 EPB unit 5254, MBS 14507. Some damage.

 

London Bridge 21st June 1961

6.24pm Epsom Downs to London Bridge arriving Platform 18, hit buffers (4 SUB units 4128 + 4631). Some moderate damage, repaired at Peckham Rye.

 

Horsham 2nd July 1961

Converging collision between 2 BIL unit 2007 and 4 SUB unit 4369. Bogie damage mostly, bogie change on site 16‑Jul‑61, both units at Hassocks by 7‑Sep‑61. 4369 to Eastleigh 22‑Mar‑63.

 

Wimbledon Park Depot 14th July 1961

4 EPB unit 5245 + 5669 (2 EPB) + 5664 (2 EPB) in collision with 4 EPB units 5167 + 5141, bad damage to colliding vehicles. First coach of one train (14489 of 5245) diverted over a crossover and hit 5th coach of other train (14281 of 5141). Three coaches beyond repair, MBS 14281 + TSO 15269 of 5141 and MBS 14489 of 5245 all broken-up. All remains of scrapped coaches removed by 30-Jul-61.

 

Wimbledon South Sidings 8th August 1961

2 EPB units 5682 + 5669 + 5032 (4 EPB) in collision with 4 SUB units 4127 + 4630. EPB units; all damaged.

 

Waterloo & City Depot 18th August 1961

Motor 56 shunted from station to sidings to attach to remaining 4 cars for ‘train C’ and made heavy contact with them. Car 56 moderate damage, car 77 lesser damage.

 

Gillingham Depot 22nd August 1961

Collision in depot yard, 2 EPB unit 5603 (MBS 14523) part side torn out by 2 EPB unit 5743 (DTS 77542). No significant damage to other vehicles, these two units sent to Micheldever for Eastleigh attention.

 

Memo 9th October 1961

Authorisation for break-up of MBS 14489 (ex.4 EPB 5245) at Wimbledon Park and TS 8932 at Micheldever.

 

Blackfriars 5th September 1961

4.43pm Bickley to Holborn approaching Blackfriars, motor bogie of 4th coach (14253 of 4 EPB unit 5127) derailed, rear unit 4 EPB unit 5161 several bogies derailed. Both to Slade Green for repairs.

 

Brighton 19th September 1961

11.28am Victoria to Brighton, 2609 (2 HAL) + 4632 (4 SUB) + 2039 (2 BIL), converging collision with 12†30 Lovers Walk to Brighton 2 HAL units 2929 + 2926. 2609 MBS 10727 damaged (main works attention). 2926 MBS 10764 damaged, TCK 12001 extensive damage, TCK 11509 moderate damage, MBS 10512 damaged. TCK 12001 withdrawn and scrapped at Newhaven Dec‑61. Three cars of 2929 stored at Hassocks until reformed and repaired at Lancing by Oct‑62.

 

Slade Green Depot 14th October 1961

Converging collision. 2 EPB unit 5730 MBS 65344 not damaged, DTS 77529 sidescrape along bodyside. Hit by 2 HAP unit 6119 DTC 75713 nose end damaged. Both units to Micheldever, repaired at Lancing?

 

Bingham Road 28th October 1961

2 EPB unit 5706 a failure, 2 EPB unit 5746 sent to assist and heavy impact, all four cars damaged, repaired at Slade Green.

 

Selhurst Depot 5th November 1961

De-icer S92 badly damaged by fire. DS70044 very badly damaged and withdrawn.

 

Streatham Hill Depot 8th November 1961

Converging collision. Units 3141 (4 COR) + 3082 (4 BUF) + 3134 (4 COR) shunting alongside 7119 + 7152 + 7103 when CEPs ‘ran away’. MBS 61321 (7119) collided with 11200 (3141). Both quite bad damage, repaired at Lancing? 3141 p Dec-56, v Feb-60.

 

Quarry Line 9th November 1961

12.0mdt Victoria to Brighton, 6 PAN unit 3036 struck by open door on passing goods train, MBS 11078 damaged. Sent to Lancing for repairs.

 

Strood Tunnel 22nd November 1961

11.42pm Charing Cross – Gillingham, 4 EPB unit 5327 open door TS 70424 hit by Loco E5002 in Strood Tunnel. Repaired at Selhurst.

 

Streatham Hill Depot 23rd November 1961

Converging collision during shunting 2 HAL units 2634 and 2696. 2634 DTC 12219 damaged, 2696 DTC 12850 damaged. Both units to Ford for repair at Lancing.

 

Wimbledon Park Depot 29rd November 1961

Converging collision, 3056 and 3138. 3056 p Mar-59, v Nov-61, 3138 p Mar-57, v Feb-59. 3056 MBS 11143 bad damage, TFK 12245 slight damage, MBS 11144 undamaged. 3138 MBS 11193 minor damage, TCK 11828 bad damage, TSK 10092 + MBS 11194 minor damage. 3138 back to traffic as 3-car after L&I at Wim Park. Cars 11143 + 11828 + 12245 + 11144 to Micheldever for Lancing? repair.

 

Gillingham Depot 13th December 1961

2 EPB unit 5750 MBS 65364 derailed, minor damage.

 

Gipsy Hill 19th December 1961

10.40am Victoria to West Croydon 4 EPB unit 5335, hit in rear by 10.45am London Bridge to London Bridge TCF 4 SUB unit 4120 at home signal. Repaired at Lancing?

 

Addiscombe Depot 22nd December 1961

Shunting 6-car train misrouted and collided with berthed 10-car train. Units 5715 (2 EPB) + 5038 (4 EPB) + 5149 (4 EPB), hit by 5758 (2 EPB) + 5102 (4 EPB). All units damaged to some degree.

 

Wimbledon Park 31st December 1961

2 BIL unit 2044 and 2 HAL unit 2678 in collision, no other details known.

 

 

1962

 

Swale 30th March 1962

At 4.10pm 2 HAP unit 6063 overran signal and derailed in sand drag. Both coaches crushed together. Unit steam hauled from Bricklayers Arms to Hassocks 13‑May‑62, and repaired at Lancing.

 

Memo dated 17th April 1962 for reform of Griddle Car units

12602 ex 3069 to go to 3056.

12603 ex 3065 to go to 3069.

Forms:

4 RES unit 3065 11202 + 12602 + 12237 + 11162.

4 RES unit 3069 11169 + 12603 + 12241 + 11170.

 

Ramsgate Depot 16th June 1962

4 BEP unit 7007 + 4 CEP unit 7188 shunting, buffet 69006 took two roads, lifted at Ramsgate and repaired there.

 

Ramsgate Depot 20th June 1962

4 CEP unit 7126 + 4 BEP unit 7126 in station hit by goods train being propelled ex yard. Minor damage to MBS 61334.

 

Gillingham Depot 18th June 1962

Converging collision 4 EPB unit 5331 (MBS 61573 driver’s side cab corner damaged) hit 2 EPB unit 5707 (MBS 65306 offside damaged).

 

Selhurst Depot 12th July 1962

5756 (Girling disc 2 EPB braked unit) derailed whilst shunting, DTS 77555 took two roads, some underframe damage. Lifted at Selhurst.

 

Wimbledon Park Depot 13th July 1962

4 SUB unit 4376 MBS 10937 derailed. To Lancing for repair.

 

Effingham Junction 17th July 1962

4 SUB unit 4357 hit headshunt buffers, MBS 10900 damaged. Paint Mar-59, varnish Feb-61.

 

Coulsdon North 25th July 1962

4 SUB unit 4106 completely derailed at trap points leaving the sidings. Paint Nov-55, varnish Jun-61 (3). Steam hauled to Lancing for repair.

 

Barnham 1st August 1962

2 BIL units 2088 + 2048 + 2112 derailed at Barnham, points moved under train. 2088 written-off.

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1st August 1962 and the demise of 2 BIL 2088 at Barnham

© Ian Nolan

As the train entered Barnham station it derailed on the partially open switches of a facing turnout number 8 (leading into the platform loop) causing the left-hand wheels of the leading bogie to travelled up the Down platform ramp and the rear of coach 10654 swung to the right against the Up platform so coach 10654 came to rest on its right-hand side diagonally across both lines between the platforms, some 85 yards from the toe of the open switch and 40 yards past the beginning of the platform ramp; its body separating from the underframe in the process.

The front of the second coach (ex.HAL DTC 12807) followed the rear of 10654 and partially overturned on its right-hand side; leaning against the Up platform. The rear four coaches were not derailed and suffered only slight damage. The derailment tripped the traction current.

Thirty-seven of the two-hundred and fifty passengers and Driver A. Light were injured; Guard J.E. Sands suffered shock.

The turnout had moved because of a loose washer had bridged the reverse operating wire contact (electrical circuit) energising the motor (Westinghouse style M3) when signal 21 was replaced as the train passed.

 

Preston Park 30th August 1962

10.28pm Victoria – Brighton (2 HAL unit 2672) MBS 10790 compt. F on fire. Held at Lovers Walk for police, then main works repair (Lancing?)

 

Selhurst Depot 4th September 1962

2 EPB unit 5709 in buffer stop collision, DTS 77508 damaged, lifted at Slade Green.

 

New Cross Gate 27th September 1962

Collision about 4.0pm between 3†42 ex No.4 Down Siding and 3†58 ex No.3 Down Siding, in headshunt on Brockley Bank. COR /BUF /COR units 3113 + 3079 + 3125 struck by 6 PAN units 3023 + 3034. Damaged cars hauled away 23-Oct-62, 11051 detached at Ford, 11852 + 12524 on to Micheldever. MBS 11242 of 3079 unfit to travel, later went to Newhaven for breaking-up.

 

Streatham Hill Depot 28th September 1962

At 5.15pm 4 CEP 7129 ‘ran away’ from outside 3 Shed and collided with buffer block at Balham Junction. 61341 + 70321 damaged, to Eastleigh for repair, 70278 + 61340 held at Micheldever until to Eastleigh 9‑May‑63 where unit reformed to normal.

 

Horsham 29th September 1962

Berthed 4622 + 2682 + 2003 + 2145 + 4296 hit at 11.58pm by steam push-pull train misrouted. 2 BIL unit 2003 (paint 5-54, v 5-60 (3) to Peckham Rye 2-Oct-62, to Ford then Lancing. 2 BIL unit 2145 (paint Mar-62), as 2003 above. 2 HAL unit 2682 (paint Jun-60, v Sep-62) minor damage, lifted Peckham Rye. 4 SUB unit 4622 lifted Peckham Rye, 4 SUB unit 4296 lifted Slade Green, both minor damage.

 

Orpington 1st October 1962

4 EPB units 5308 + 5029 buffer stop collision in Up Yard headshunt, 5308 leading , MBS 61527 + TS 70386 damaged.

 

Dover Priory 2nd October 1962

2 HAL unit 6069 through trap points and collided with tunnel buttress, both coaches crushed together and damaged. Inspected at Chart Leacon, then for Eastleigh repair 11‑Mar‑63. DTC 75387 worst damaged, unit not released until 13‑Dec‑63.

 

Gillingham Depot 9th October 1962

Converging collision 9.35am 2 HAP units; 6008 hit 6073 + 6015. 6008 MBS 65400 minor, DTC 77122 bad, nearside cab and 1st class corridor ripped away. 6073 MBS 61271 no damage, DTC 75391 cab offside corner damage, 6015 DTC 77129 minor damage, MBS 65404 offside cab and side damage. 6008 to Eastleigh for repair 11‑Mar‑63, released 17‑May‑63.

 

Chertsey 22nd October 1962

2 EPB units 5661 + 5668 leaving sidings at 6.30am MBS 14567 of 5661 derailed at catch points. Minor damage, lifted to Wimbledon Park.

 

Wimbledon Park Depot 22nd October 1962

2 HAL unit 2622 + 2 BIL units 2022 + 2084 + 2077 being shunted in depot at 9.50am. Rear coach of 2077 DTC 12100 took two roads, no derailment, strained coupling.

 

 

Grove Park 29th October 1962

4 EPB unit 5352 ‘ran away’ from Bromley North and collided with buffers/bridge at Grove Park at 4.10pm. Laycock – Knorr brake unit. MBS 61614 wrecked and broken-up on site, underframe to Eastleigh.

 

Reformed units after mishaps 8th November 1962

4 EPB unit 5164 now 14327 + 15342 + 15292 + 14328.

4 EPB unit 5225 now 14449 + 15020 + 15120 + 14407.

4 LAV unit 2926 now 10764 + 10359 + 11509 + 10512. (11509 40 1st and 40 2nd).

 

Ramsgate Depot 5th November 1962

4 CEP unit 7150 + 4 BEP unit 7011 shunting ex depot at 7.55am, motor bogie of 61383 derailed /rerailed and other bogie off too. Minor damage, repaired at Ramsgate.

 

Ramsgate Depot 6th November 1962

Shunting 4 CEP unit 7178 at 7.10pm, took two roads under 70576, minor damage. Lifted Ramsgate, then to Lancing for repair and varnish.

 

Ramsgate Depot 10th November 1962

4 CEP unit 7120 shunting at 10.53am, one pair of motor wheels derailed 61323. Unit due varnish so sent (with 7178 above) to Lancing.

 

Coulsdon North 18th November 1962

Shunt with 2 HAL unit 2933 unit at 1.30pm, rear coach 10526 took two roads but not derailed, minor damage repaired at Selhurst.

 

Gillingham Depot 6th December 1962

Two shunting trains collided head-on in yard at 8.4am. 2 HAP units 6118 + 6103 + 6018 hit 4 EPB units 5305 + 5216 + 5755 (2 EPB). All 2 HAPs damaged, MBS 61660 leading cab end badly damaged. Some damage to all ten EPB vehicles, 5305 MBS 61520 cab wrecked.

 

Hounslow 6th December 1962

Two 8 SUB trains collided in sidings at 12.32am. 4384 + 4748 berthed hit by 4709 + 4695. Some damage to all units, fairly minor.

 

Ascot 10th December 1962

6†43 Chertsey – Bracknell misrouted at Ascot and collided with brakevan of Feltham – Reading goods train. 4 SUB units 4289 + 4743, cab of MBS 10874 badly damaged.

 

Epsom 12th December 1962

Shunt move from Down Siding to station, not inside clear, front motor bogie of 4 SUB unit 4361, MBS 10907 took two roads, one pair derailed, then coupling between 4361 and 4 SUB unit 4627 parted, MBS 11314.

 

Witley 23rd December 1962

9.50am Waterloo – Portsmouth Hbr derailed as passing Witley, units 3108 + 3067, leading wheels of leading bogie of 3067, MBS 11165 derailed after being locked due to foreign body in gear case jamming the motor. (3067 form 11165 + 12608 + 12239 + 11166).

 

St Leonards West Marina Depot 27th December 1962

At 8.45pm propelling 12-car ex Cleaning Shed (6L unit 1011 + 6S unit 1001) converging collision with 6B unit 1007 ex Diesel Shed. 1007 had 60706 + 60520 damaged body and frames. 6L unit 1011 had 60015 + 60521 damaged. Suggested reform was 1011 (tfc) 60014 + 60522 + 60523 + 60707 + 60518 + 60013. 1007 (dam) 60015 + 60521+ 60706 + 60520 + 60519 + 60012, repaired at Lancing?

 

Ramsgate Depot 29th December 1962

4 CEP unit 7176 left foul on 29 road, hit by loco D6541 and MBS 61739 damaged from guard’s door to cab end. Sent to Lancing for repairs.

 

1963

 

West Croydon 15th January 1963

Collision in No.3 Up Siding at 11.47pm when 4-car ECS misrouted into a full siding (8-car). 5177 (4 EPB) hit 4 EPB units 5193 + 5254. 5254 moderate damage, 5193 quite serious damage throughout. 5177 14353 part telescoped with 15355 and all of unit damaged. 5254 ran to Selhurst under own power for repairs. Both 5193 and 5177 for main works repair at Eastleigh.

 

Coulsdon North 17th January 1963

MBS 11323 of unit 4 SUB unit 4632 damaged by fire.

Reform of 4 SUB units 4289 (Ascot collision 10th December 1962) and 4632 (Coulsdon North fire 17th January 1963).

4289 (dam) 10874 + 10156 + 10133 + 11323, to Eastleigh for repair. 4632 (tfc) 10873 + 12372 + 8912 + 11324.

 

Peckham Rye 30th January 1963

Collision in station at 6.39am; 2 EPB units 5731 + 5768 on 6.18am London Bridge – Victoria, run into rear by 6.24am London Bridge – Horsham 4 SUB units 4669 + 4382. 5731 DTS 77530 minor damage, 5768 both coaches moderate damage, DTS 77567 for main works (Lancing?). 4669 MBS 12669 and TS 8949 partly telescoped and other two damaged, 4382 slight damage. 12669 + 8949 for main works at Eastleigh.

 

Drayton Crossing 8th February 1963

7.37am Portsmouth & Southsea to Brighton, 4 COR units 3107 + 3139 struck in rear by 7.50am Portsmouth to Brighton, unit 3134. Collision at 8.46am, MBSs 11195 (3139) and 11186 (3134) partly telescoped and badly damaged, only one pair of wheels derailed on MBS 11186. Front train to Ford at 2.15pm, unit 3134 to Chichester at 3.40pm. Units 3134 + 3139 reformed at Ford 28-2-63 and 3139 to Lancing for repair (11185 to match the remaining three). 3134 held at Ford for further inspection. 11186 broken-up w/e 30-Mar-63. Remaining 3 at Ford (11195 + 10088 + 11824) to Lancing 20-Apr-63, 11824 to go on to Hassocks.

 

Orpington Depot 8th March 1963

Shunt movement at 3.10pm with 4 EPB unit 5301 took two roads, no derailment but two pairs of wheels lifted off track and damaged solebar of 15413. Unit for main works attention (Lancing?)

 

Slade Green Depot 20th March 1963

Approx 7.15pm, stock of 6.27 Charing Cross to Slade Green shunted via Down Side then into Up Sidings, handpoints wrong and two 10 EPB trains collided. Berthed train formed 4 EPB units 5355 + 5239 + 5707 (2 EPB), stock of 6.27 was 4 EPB units 5150 + 5173 + 5745 (2 EPB). Trailers 15228 and 15278 of 5150 telescoped for 15’, both beyond repair and broken-up on site. 5355 slight damage, repaired at Slade Green by 23‑Mar‑63, 5239 some underframe damage, sent to Hassocks after lift at Slade Green pending repair at Lancing. 5707 lifted Slade Green then to Selhurst for further repairs 27‑Mar‑63. 5173 + 5745 minor damage and lifted at Slade Green both released 22‑Mar‑63.

Both 15228 and 15278 cut-up w/e 13‑Apr‑63 on site. 10394 + 12392 (+ 2 cars of 7129) moved Micheldever – Eastleigh 10‑May‑63 and converted to EPB and renumbered 15228 and 15278 for unit 5150.

 

Woking 25th March 1963

2063 + 2004 berthing in Down Sidings at 7.30pm, hit buffers and derailed MBS 10629. No damage to 2004, 2063 to Lancing for repairs.

 

Appledore 2nd April 1963

2H ‘Hastings’ unit 1120 on 7.43pm Ashford – New Romney hit tractor at Coldharbour Crossing, MBS 60119 front bogie derailed. Repaired at Chart Leacon.

 

Effingham Junction 11th April 1963

4 SUB units 4662 took two roads during shunting at 5.20am, TS 12402 and TS 8942 one bogie each derailed, minor damage, repaired at Wimbledon Park.

 

Waterloo 20th April 1963

4 SUB unit 4675 derailed on Windsor side of station, MBS 12651 and TS 10258 slightly damaged.

 

Streatham Hill Depot 7th May 1963

4 CEP unit 7101 derailed at 7.55pm making shunt movement, MBS 61034 took two roads, minor damage, to Chart Leacon for repair.

 

Wimbledon Park Depot 9th May 1963

Shunting impact 11.50am 4 EPB unit 5324 hit 4 SUB unit 4607. Some damage throughout both units.

 

Wimbledon Park Depot 16th May 1963

Shunting at 12.20pm 4 SUB unit 4719 being propelled struck 4 SUB unit 4684 standing foul, 2 cars of 4719 12769 and 10243 bodysides flattened, corner of 12690 damaged. Units reformed at Wimbledon Park 21‑May‑63, 4684 to traffic as 12770 + 10270 + 8964 + 12689. Damaged 4719 /4684 to Micheldever then Eastleigh 20‑Aug‑63 for repair to 3 coaches. Repaired 4719/684 back to Wim Park 31‑Oct‑63 for reform to normal.

 

Victoria (Eastern) 17th May 1963

4 CEP unit 7146 slightly damaged when in collision with buffer stops.

 

Ashford May 1963

Units 6003 (2 HAP) and 7009 (4 BEP) slightly damaged in shunting collision.

 

St Leonards West Marina Depot 13th June 1963

6L unit 1019 hit buffers during shunting, 60031 leading, gangway damaged, sent to Eastleigh (with 60030).

 

Wye 5th July 1963

6.35pm Margate to Victoria, 2 HAP units 6152 + 6043 hit open engine room door of D6569 passing Wye. Minor damage to 3 cars but 61967 more serious, inspected at Chart Leacon then to Micheldever for Eastleigh.

 

Orpington Depot 9th July 1963

4.55am shunting at Orpington, 4 EPB 5175 ex No. 2 Shed struck by 10-car ex No. 1 Shed propelling with 2 EPB unit 5778 leading. 5175 MBS 14350 damaged, 5778 65392 damaged, both units lifted at Slade Green then 5778 to Micheldever for Eastleigh repair.

 

Streatham Hill Depot 12th July 1963

7.30am shunt move with three-number 2 BIL units ‘ran away’ and collided with stop block at Balham end of the yard. Unit 2101 (leading) + 2016 + 2036. Bad damage to 2101. 2101 Last v Jul-61. 2016 P 1-57, v Mar-59, v Jan-62. 2036 P Aug-57, v Sep-59. 2101 to Eastleigh for repair Jan‑64.

 

Orpington 26th July 1963

Four 16T mineral wagons in No. 5 Road ran away and collided broadside with 10 EPB train being propelled from No.4 Road to form 5.3pm to Cannon Street. 4 EPB units 5247 + 5340 + 5774 (2 EPB). MBS 14494 of 5247 damaged. Unit for Lancing? after lifting, dispatched to Micheldever.

 

Archcliffe Junction 27th July 1963

Shunt movement with 4 CEP units 7152 + 7164 + 7108 ran through points then derailed on facing movement, MBS 61386 rear bogie and TSK 70301 leading bogie. Derailed coaches struck by 10.7am Margate – Charing Cross, 2 HAP units 5636 + 5604 + 6031 + 6144. MBS 14556 damaged. All to Chart Leacon, then 7152 to Micheldever for Eastleigh repairs. 61386 had 24’ of body damaged. Unit 7152 v Jan-62. 7164 v Jun-62. 7108 v Jul-60, v Dec-62. 5636 v Oct-60, then Sep-62 (HI). 5604 v Dec-59, Mar-62 (HI). 6031 v Apr-60, May-62 (HI)

 

Victoria 1st August 1963

10.25pm Brighton to Victoria 6 PUL units 3014 + 3010 derailed arriving Platform 15; MBS 11020 derailed. Two MBS coaches slightly damaged.

 

Eastbourne 4th August 1963

4 COR unit 3122 in headshunt in Yard struck by 12-car 7141 (4 CEP) + 5338 (4 EPB) + 7140 (4 CEP). MBS 11123 damaged, pushed through stops, other MBS 11124 impact damaged. 7141 MBS 61364 damaged. 3122 to Eastleigh 4‑Aug‑63, 7140 due varnish so sent to Lancing. 3122 heavy 12-59, v Jun-62.

 

Streatham Hill Depot 13th August 1963

4 SUB unit 4362 shunting to identify some wheel flats, front coach took two roads. MBS 10910 minor damage.

 

Strawberry Hill Depot 27th August 1963

4 EPB unit 5309 left foul on 5 road, 4 SUB units units 4279 + 4729 driven past, 5 coaches on SUB train damaged. 5309 MBS 61528 damaged, lifted Chart Leacon, then to Selhurst for repairs and varnish. 4729 to Selhurst for repairs, then to Lancing?

 

Victoria 28th August 1963

3.59pm Platforms 15, 4†5 ECS Sidings to Victoria (4 LAV unit 2929 + 4 SUB unit 4657) arrived early, passed dummy at danger and derailed into side of 4.0pm Victoria to Brighton (6 PAN unit 3024 sitting in platform 14). MBS 10518 of 2930 damaged, one motor bogie of 11053 derailed but no other damage. 3024 TSK 10028 damaged (quite bad), TCK 12263 damaged. Both units to Eastleigh for repair.

This incident was unusual in that it was photographed as it happened by member of railway staff Howard Garth Hentley. His photograph was published on page 20 of Southern Electrics published by Bradford Barton (ISBN 085153 220 9).

 

Victoria (Grosvenor Shed) 18th September 1963

At 4.0pm 7176 + 7008 + 7111 + 68004 + 68008 (4 CEP + 4 BEP + 4 CEP + MLV + MLV), shunt ex station to shed, front 2 cars 7176 derailed on hand points. 61739 + 70525, unit lifted at Chart Leacon.

 

Lovers Walk Depot 13th November 1963

4 LAV unit 2955 in depot collision with 6 PAN unit 3023 running into 11 shed road. 2955 MBS 10500 damaged, to Lancing for repairs. 3023 TFK 12262 bad damage, 10026 lesser damage (these two to Lancing) other four cars to Hassocks for store.

 

Unit Reformations

4 SUB units 4684 + 4719 damaged at Wimbledon (16-May-63) were reformed back to normal at Wim Park 14‑Nov‑63 (12690 and 12770 cars involved).

 

Littlehampton 18th November 1963

12.55pm Littlehampton – Victoria 2 BIL units 2046 + 2079, departed Platform 4 at Littlehampton and derailed on catch points. Moderate damage, coaches of 2046 crushed together, to Lancing? for repairs. 2046 p Nov-62.

 

Slade Green Depot 20th November 1963

4 EPB unit 5345 took two roads shunting about 8.30am, c70459 damaged. Unit struck offside cab corner of 5742, MBS 65356 damaged. Both units to Eastleigh for repairs.

 

Eastleigh 19th November 1963

3H ‘Hampshire’ unit 1103 standing in station hit by Salisbury – Chichester goods train, loco 30838. Unit pushed 40’, all three coaches damaged, DTC worst, to Eastleigh works for repair.

 

Beckenham Junction 3rd December 1963

6.30am, shunt move with 4 SUB unit 4107 ex siding derailed on catch points (misrouted). MBS 10954 and TS 10425 derailed. Repaired at Selhurst.

 

Brighton 3rd December 1963

10.30am units 2 HAL unit 2658 and 2 BIL unit 2111 ‘ran away’ from West Sidings heavy impact with buffers and leading DTC over stops and into bank. 2658 leading DTC 12812 damaged. Repaired at Selhurst.

 

Victoria 8th December 1963

1.15pm London Bridge to Victoria, 2 EPB unit 5790 hit buffers (Platform 6). DTS 77109 damaged, unit lifted at Selhurst then to Lancing for cab repairs.

 

Orpington 13th December 1963

At approx. 10.0am stock of 9.17am Victoria to Orpington shunted out of Plat 1 but leading coach, MBS 14214 of 4 EPB unit 5107 took two roads. TS 15235 also derailed one bogie. Unit v Dec-61, sent to Lancing for repair.

 

Reading West 16th December 1963

3H ‘Hampshire’ unit 1112 in converging collision, DTC 60811 damaged (quite badly - 24’ of body); to Eastleigh for repairs.

 

Orpington 31st December 1963

9.50am, propelling shunt move in Up Sidings hit buffer stops of shunting neck. 4 EPB unit 5335 MBS 61580 completely derailed, TS 70439 one bogie off; minor damage. (Units 5761 (2 EPB) + 5238 (4 EPB) also on train).

 

 

1964

 

Hampden Park 3rd January 1964

At 10.18am the 9.40am Ore – Brighton derailed leaving Hampden Park on crossover, engineers in area accepted responsibility. 2 BIL units 2078 (DTC 12111 derailed) + 2017 (both derailed).

 

Micheldever 12th January 1964

8.45pm. Stock of 5†30pm Lovers Walk to Micheldever special ECS train derailed due to signalman’s error. Train formed as: MBS 11039, TSK 10014, TCK 11777, TCK 11778, MBS 11040, MBS 11069, PF 12507, TFK 12266, TRS 12604, TRS 12619, TRS 12616, MBS 11068. TCK 11778 derailed and damaged, TFK 12266 one bogie derailed.

 

Ramsgate 14th January 1964

7.42am, shunt move with 7158 + 7013 hit buffers. 4 BEP unit 7013, TB 69012 damaged, 4 CEP unit 7158 minor damage, both lifted at Ramsgate, then 7013 to Lancing. 7158 v Oct-62.

 

Chart Leacon 21st February 1964

Shunting mishap at Chart Leacon, 4 CEP unit 7129 standing foul and 4 CEP unit 7188 driven past. 7129 MBS 61340 damaged cab. 7188 MBS 61763 + TSK 70537 + TCK 70586 damaged. Damage fairly minor, 7129 dealt with at Chart Leacon.

 

Ore 27th January 1964

6 PUL units 3016 + 3019 shunting at 6.55am, MBS 11038 + TCK 11779 of 3019 derailed at points in yard. Minor damage.

 

Ramsgate 22nd February 1964

Stock of 6.35am Cannon Street – Ramsgate being shunted from station to depot. 2 HAP units 5631 + 6090 + 5632, unit 5631 derailed, points moved under train, 14551 derailed with minor damage, 16031 derailed with more serious damage.

 

Eastleigh 24th February 1964

Approx 4.0am, diesel loco shunting hit TS 60668 of 3H unit 1123 broadside, extensive damage. Unit reform at Micheldever 4-3-64. 5800 disbanded, MBS 61624 onto 5352, then to Eastleigh. DTS 75636 stored under cover in shed, (cushions removed) and placed on ‘SR’ type bogies.

 

Ashford 29th March 1964

Derailed goods train approaching Ashford, 7.25pm Ashford – Maidstone East, 2 HAP unit 6139 hit wagon, minor damage to DTC 75733. 2 HAP unit 6143 also on train, no damage. 6139 lifted at Chart Leacon, then to Selhurst for repair and varnish.

 

Ramsgate 8th March 1964

7202 after working 2.0pm Charing Cross – Ramsgate, 4 CEP found to have damage to MBS 61790 (impact). Unit to Lancing 13‑Mar‑64.

 

Portsmouth & Southsea 12th /13th March 1964

2 HAL unit 2635 arrived (1.12am) with 11.20pm Waterloo – Portsmouth, MBS 10753 fire under cab. Minor damage.

 

Grove Park 24th March 1964

At 1.30am 4 EPB unit 5189 three coaches damaged in sidescrape with 4 EPB unit 5142 left standing foul. 5189 (14378) undamaged; other three quite extensive damage. Unit due heavy repair and to Eastleigh 2‑Apr‑64. 5142 14283 damaged, was ex Lancing Jul-63.

 

Between Charlton Lane & Sands Street 29th March 1964

4 EPB unit 5221 TS 15039 open door struck 4 EPB unit 5185 and damaged MBS 14369 and TS 15313, this unit to Eastleigh 2‑Apr‑64 for repairs, 5221 repaired at Slade Green.

 

Cannon Street 16th April 1964

4 CEP units 7137 + 7132 +7171 on 6.52am Ramsgate – Cannon Street hit buffers of Platform 8 at 9.12am. 7137 v Mar-62, to Lancing for repairs. 7132 v Apr-61,  v Nov-63, minor damage. 7171 v Apr-63, no damage

 

Coulsdon North 23rd April 1964

4 SUB unit 4373 derailed at 5.35am at catch points in movement from No.4 Road to No.1 Up Bay. MBS 10932 derailed.

 

Stewarts Lane 2nd May 1964

MLV 68004 left foul on 14 Road hit by D6532 off 14A Road, quite bad damage (to Eastleigh for repairs). 68004 new Dec-60, o/due v Jun-64.

 

Stewarts Lane 5th May 1964

4 CEP unit 7102 left foul on 13 Road hit by 4 EPB unit 5327 off 12 road and being propelled. 7102 built May-56, v Dec-58, Mar-61, Oct-63. MBS 61035 damaged; to Eastleigh 19‑May‑64 for repairs. 5327 no damage.

 

Farnham 22nd June 1964

2 BIL unit 2148 left foul during shunting and struck by 2 BIL unit 2132. 2148 p Sep-60, v Jun-62, DTC 12181 damaged. To Micheldever pending repairs at Lancing. 2132 p Aug-58, v Sep-60, Jan-64, both coaches damaged. Repaired at Wimbledon Park.

 

Streatham Hill 9th July 1964

4 COR unit 3108 standing foul on No.7 Road, hit by 4 SUB unit 4735 moving No.8 Road to Washer Road. 3108 p May-53, v Nov-60, Aug-62, MBS 11096 corner damaged, repaired at Lancing. 4735 p Aug-59, v Aug-61, Jul-63, all coaches some damage, repaired at Selhurst.

 

Cannon Street 13th July 1964

At 4-46pm, 7115 + 7020 + 7210 (4 CEP + 4 BEP + 4 CEP) on 4†30pm Charing Cross to Cannon Street, 8th coach derailed as train running into Platform, then 9th/10th coaches also derailed. Caused by loose tyre on ‘A’ bogie of coach 8 which was 61806 (7020). MBS 61958 + TCK 70658 also derailed. 7115 v Jun-63. 7020 o/due v Mar-64. 7210 to Eastleigh 27‑Jul‑64 for repairs.

 

Orpington 18th July 1964

5.37am in Up Sidings, 4 EPB unit 5257 standing foul in No.2 Road struck by 4 EPB units 5369 + 5129 shunting ex No.3 Road, MBS 14514 of 5257 damaged, also 62014 + 70692 of 5369. 5257 built 1957, v Feb-59, H1 Dec-60, v Jan-63, repaired at Selhurst 5369 built Jan-63, to Lancing for repair and varnish.

 

Borough Market Junction 22nd July 1964

4 EPB unit 5024 on 14.07 Dartford – Charing Cross hit open door on PMV 1641 of 15v09 Southwark to Bricklayers Arms, MBS 14047 + TSO 15124 sidescrape damage, to Eastleigh for repairs 27‑Jul‑64.

 

Effingham Junction 28th July 1964

At approx. 9.30am 4 SUB unit 4360 waiting on shunt neck to form 9.38 to Waterloo was hit head-on by 4 EPB unit 5247 detached off 8.52 ex Waterloo and propelling to shunt neck. 4360 built 1948, Heavy Nov-58, v Nov-60, v Mar-63. 10905 bad damage, other three minor damage. 5247 built Dec-56, v Dec-58, H1 Feb-61, v ex dam Dec-63. 14493 badly damaged. Other three lesser damage. 4360 to Micheldever 30-Aug-64. MBSs to Eastleigh 3‑Dec‑64 where 10905 withdrawn, 10906 repaired. Both trailers Chart Leacon to Eastleigh 6‑Dec‑64 where converted to EPB for unit 5262.

 

Hampton Court 12th August 1964

At 4.52pm 4 SUB units 4729 + 4113 propelling ex Up Siding misrouted into sand drag and demolished level crossing. 4729 new 1951, heavy Aug-61, v Sep-63. MBS 12789 derailed and crushed with 10393 as bogies displaced below. 4729 to Micheldever pending repair at Eastleigh between 28‑Oct‑64 and 1‑Apr‑65.

 

Shepperton 18th August 1964

At 15.10 4 SUB units (4662 in station with 4287 ex Sidings being attached) collided heavily; one underframe bent, other superficial damage. All four coaches damaged on 4662 and 4287, both for main works. 4662 repaired at Eastleigh from 26‑Jul‑65. 4287 also repaired there from 28‑Oct‑64.

 

Richmond August 1964

2 EPB unit (possibly 5795?) scraped by open door of 2 BIL unit.

 

Ramsgate 30th August 1964

At 17.30 in station 17.30 Charing Cross stock and 17.40 Victoria stock, both trains moved in same direction and converging collision, 4 CEP unit 7106 MBS 61232 and 2 HAP unit 6043 DTC 75361. 7106 to Lancing, 6043 to Micheldever. 7106 B Jul-58, v Dec-60, v Mar-63. 6043 B Nov-58, SV Jan-60, SV Apr-64.

 

Stewarts Lane 6th September 1964

10 HAP berthed on No.1 Siding ran-away and hit buffers. 6127 + 6112 + 6067 + 5630 + 6027. First three units some degree of damage, DTC 75721 leading at time of incident.

 

Lovers Walk 10th September 1964

6 PUL unit 3017 and 4 BUF unit 3074 in collision in yard at 8.3am. 3074 + 3026 waiting for 7†50 to station when 6 PUL unit 3009 + 6 PAN unit 3023 propelled ex Shed for 08†05 to station. 11017 + 11770 damaged and withdrawn; 11213 was broken-up on site. 3026 P Aug-55, v Nov-57, v Oct-59, v Apr-62. 3074 P Nov-59, v Jan-62, v Mar-64. 3009 P Jun-61, v Aug-63. 3023 P Mar-54, v Jul-56, v Feb-59, v Dec-60, v May-63.

6 PUL unit 3018 stored to Farnham as 11035 + 11757 + 11758 + 11761 + 11762 + 11060 to be moved to Lovers Walk for 11035 + 11757 + 11758 to be formed with 11018 + 10018 +11769 to form unit 3027.

Surplus vehicles at Lovers Walk made-up for loco-hauled move to Hassocks (letter of 14-Oct-64) 11060 + 11762 + 11761 + ENID + 11770 + 11154.

 

Eastleigh Yard 21st September 1964

3 H ‘Hampshire’ unit 1129 left foul at rear of diesel shed, DTC 60828 hit by loco 75066.

 

Sandling 23rd September 1964

10.30 Victoria to Marine boat train 4 CEP unit 7160 leading hit open door on van train at Sandling. MBS 61707 not damaged, other three were, to Eastleigh for repairs.

 

Streatham Hill Down Sidings 29th September 1964

4 COR units 3139 + 3155 + 3147 in No.4 Down Siding for 06†20 to Norwood, train then rolled back, hit buffers, rebounded and became divided between 5th/6th coaches, rear five then rebounded again and MBS 11212 through already demolished buffer stops and overhanging bridge parapet. Fairly minor damage throughout train. 3155 repaired at Streatham Hill.

 

Hampton Court 28th October 1964

4 SUB unit 4293 derailed in sand drag during a propelling shunt move from sidings to form 19.59 to Waterloo. MBS 10881 damaged. Unit repaired at Selhurst.

 

Headcorn 24th November 1964

4 CEP unit 7166 on 16.33 Ramsgate – Victoria struck open door on van train. 70515 damaged. Unit due varnish so sent to Eastleigh for repair 29‑Dec‑64.

 

Eastleigh 28th November 1964

3H ‘Hampshire’ unit 1101 left foul and DTC 60800 hit by loco 34050, derailed and damaged. To Eastleigh for repair.

 

Hassocks 14th December 1964

17.05 London Bridge – Littlehampton, 4 RES unit 3067 hit open door on van E35569. MBS 11166 superficial damage, repaired at Lovers Walk.

 

1965

 

Littlehampton 2nd January 1965

At 6.0pm 4 CEP unit 7109 shunting into Back Road collided with 4 RES units 3055 and 3070 already berthed there. All three units damaged, 3055 to Selhurst for repairs, 3070 to Eastleigh for repair and push-Pull conversion. 7109 repaired at Selhurst.

 

Selhurst 9th January 1965

Collision on Access Road, 11†15am Victoria to Selhurst depot 4 SUB units 4625 + 4686 hit by 12†28 London Bridge to Selhurst (running early) with 2 EPB units 5785 + 5787 + 5792 + 5661. All units damaged; 4686 for ‘main works’ 5785 possible ‘main works’, others done at Selhurst.

 

Eastbourne 10th January 1965

Shunting mishap in sidings, 4 LAV unit 2947 propelled from No.3 Road and hit 2 BIL unit 2090 standing foul. MBS 10553 damaged, both coaches of BIL damaged; both units hauled to Micheldever. 2090 repaired at Eastleigh, 2947 at Lancing?

 

Strawberry Hill 18th January 1965

4 SUB units 4720 and 4696 collided in yard after driver took wrong train, bad damage. 4696 12723 badly damaged. 4720 10340 damaged, 12772 bad damage, (to Eastleigh for break-up). Units reformed at Strawberry Hill 21-Feb-65.

 

New Cross Gate 12th February 1965

3†9pm New Cross Gate – Victoria, 3D ‘East Sussex’ units 1313 +1315 misinterpreted hand signal and in converging collision with goods train derailing four wagons. 1313 MBS 60138 damaged, other 5 coaches okay.

 

Chart Leacon 11th March 1965

2 HAP unit 6007 at Chart Leacon found with fire damage related to shoegear fault. Unit sent to Eastleigh for repairs.

 

Brighton 8th April 1965

4 COR unit 3147 shunting out of shed at 7.33am, hit by loco D6576 and MBS 11212 damaged.

 

Roundstone Level Crossing (nr Worthing) 22nd August 1965

2 BIL unit 2105 in collision with ‘Queen Mary’ bus at 09:31hrs on Roundstone Level Crossing near (near Worthing) 22-Aug-65 and DTC 12138 derailed and damaged by fire and withdrawn 23-Oct-65. Body of 12138 scrapped at Brighton Nov-65. MBS 10671 to store at Micheldever 5-Dec-65 until Nov-66 then to 4‑LAV 2943. Underframe of 12138 also stored at Micheldever with 10671, (eventual disposal unknown).

Running about 15 minutes late in thick fog the 08:47hrs Down four-coach electric train (pair of two-car units) ran through the crossing gates at Roundstone Level Crossing which had been incorrectly opened for road traffic.

The train collided (possibly at about 35mph) with a Southdown 69-seat double-deck ‘Queen Mary’ bus pushing it some 54 yards along the line. The bus caught fire and was completely burned out. The leading bogie of unit 2105 was derailed and the coach damaged by fire. Eight bus passengers perished in the incident.

 

1966

 

Vauxhall 28th September 1966

2 HAL unit 2626 DTC 12211 damaged in collision with light engine 82023 at Vauxhall 28‑Sep‑66 (details?), unit reformed with 2 BIL DTC 12051 (ex 2028) from Jan‑67.

 

 

1968

 

Brighton 8th June 1968

Fire damage to unit 2007 and MBS 10574 withdrawn.

 

Lovers Walk 23rd June 1968

2 BIL DTC 12129 was damaged (corner of the cab on the secondman’s side) in a sidescrape collision with the second open of solo 4 BIG 7033 at Lovers Walk 23-Jun-68 and exchanged with 12101 (ex 2010) Jul-68. DTC had small yellow warning panels and UIC yellow first-class banding.

 

 

1969

 

Balham Junction 15th May 1969

2 BIL unit 2080 badly damaged at Balham Jct. in collision with derailed goods train 15-May-69 (details?) and withdrawn 24-May-69. Part of bodyside of MBS 10646 torn out. 2 HAL unit number 2696 was also damaged. Damaged unit stored at Gatwick then Guildford, moved for scrapping 9-Sep-69 from there, unit arrived in yard 19-Sep-69. MBS 10646 cut-up 3-Oct-69 and DTC 12113 cut-up 4-Oct-69.

 

Three Bridges c.1st August 1969

2 BIL unit 2121 damaged in collision with 4 CIG 7309 in Three Bridges Sidings c.1-Aug-69 and withdrawn 2-Aug-69. Unit 2121 stored in disused MPD until taken to Fratton for scrapping by 21-Feb-70 by France Services.

 

 

1970

 

Wimbledon Park 24th November 1970

2 BIL unit 2103 in collision with 4 SUB units 4717 and 4703 at Wimbledon Park 24-Nov-70.

 

 

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