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4 EPB EMU Class 415

British Rail’s Southern Region
4 EPB Units
(British Rail Type)

Between 1960 and 1963 Eastleigh Works undertook construction of 4 EPB units to BR standard design. These units differed in many details from the earlier SR pattern units (both in appearance and in electrical equipment) although they were compatible with the older units. These units were equipped with ‘1957 type’ electrical equipment (which was an updated version of the ‘1951 type’ in the older units) featuring such changes as miniature circuit breakers in place of fuses and camshaft control gear replacing contactor gear.

On these ‘1957 type’ units only one motor coach carried a motor generator set and emergency batteries and was designated the ‘No 1 end’ motor coach and on these units was the even numbered vehicle. This also resulted in slight electrical differences in the two otherwise identical trailers, which were therefore designated as ‘No 1’ & ‘No 2’ end vehicles, the ‘No 1’ end trailer coach being marshalled adjacent to the ‘No 1’ end motor coach.

These units were constructed in two batches:

Phase 1 units 5301 to 5356

Phase 2 units 5357 to 5370

 

4 EPB leaves Wimbledon with the 17.31 to West Croydon 1 June 1972 Copyright BloodandandCustard x.jpg

4 EPB leaves Wimbledon with the 17.31 to West Croydon 1 June 1972
© BloodandCustard

 

 

Phase 1 units 5301 to 5356

Units 5301 – 5356 (ordered under authority of Head Office Order (HOO) No. 4571) were constructed to replace pre-war units 4301 ‑ 4354; these ‘1957 phase I’ units being built entirely at Eastleigh.

Construction was split after 5344 was finished to enable the ‘Phase 2’ 4 CEP & 4 BEP units to be completed as soon as possible, with the first (5301 & 5307) entering traffic in early March 1960.

 

Phase 2 units 5357 to 5370

Units 5357 – 5370 (ordered to HOO No. 5032) were built at Eastleigh on new underframes from Ashford and were ‘1957 phase II’ stock.

The first two units (nos. 5301 & 5302) were non-standard and contained two SR pattern trailers spare as a result of accident damage to older units, both the motor coaches on these two units being of the ‘No 1 end’ type. The motor coaches for these two units were numbered at the end of the number range 61516 to 61627 for the 5301 ‑ 5356 batch. Of these the last four vehicles (61624 to 61627) were built first, two going into 5301, 61624 going to the unique ‘1957 type’ 2 EPB unit 5800 leaving 61627 stored as ‘spare’. Three motor coaches (61524 to 61526) were built to a separate HOO No. 4572 but oddly 61527 was included in those authorised under HO 4571.

A further MBS was then ordered to a separate LOT number, vehicle 61872 being ordered 13th October 1959 as HOO No. 4687 and completed during March 1961 enabling 5302 to be formed. Unit 5302 was completed after 5344 and before 5345. The 5345 – 5356 batch did not enter traffic until the Winter 1961 timetable change, those ready earlier being stored for a short while in the meantime.

The ‘phase II’ units differed visually from the ‘phase I’ stock with a slightly modified cab end design with smaller route indicator window and tapered drivers observation windows, and the coach windows were to a revised type rubber gasket mounted in a separate frame resulting in an external frame.

 

Express Gear Ratio Units

Several units of the ‘phase I’ batch were fitted when new with express gear ratio, these motor bogies being recovered from their unsuccessful use under 3H and 6B DEMU units, and had Mark 3 roller‑bearing trailer bogies. However following problems with these bogies they were uprated to Mark 4 and exchanged with Mark 1 bogies from the earlier batches of 2 HAP units; these bogies then having modifications carried out and were uprated with additional dampers and springs to Mk 3C & Mk 3D.

Units 5301 ‑ 5320 eventually received the Mk 3D plain bearing version, whilst 5321 upwards had the Mk 3C roller bearing type. All units had two EE 507 motors in each motor coach, the subtype fitted being EE 507E (the SR type 4 EPB units had EE 507D motors whilst the 2 EPB units and all the 2 HAP fleet were mixed with both types). The units originally fitted with express gear ratio were 5303 ‑ 5312 and 5336 ‑ 5344, though this was altered quite quickly and units 5303 ‑ 5319 then had the express motors (5338 retained them also) though all were later fitted with suburban ratio motors during overhauls.

 

LOT Numbers

Lot numbers for these vehicles were as follows:

5301 ‑ 5356 batch, MBS 30582, TS 30583, ordered 2nd February 1959 (one MBS was 30641, ordered 13th October 1959).

5357 ‑ 5370 batch, MBS 30713, TS 30714, ordered 25th July 1961.

(5301 & 5302 had SR type trailers from earlier Lots).

Units 5345 ‑ 5356 were built with conduits and wiring for AWS fitment at a later date, units 5357 ‑ 5370 being fully fitted from new with Westinghouse AWS equipment though this was sealed out of use until activated on ten of them in March 1983, the others being withdrawn without it ever having been made operational. Similarly, those in the 5345 - 5356 batch were mostly withdrawn without having it brought into use, only the five that were facelifted being fitted, and these got the newer simplified type during these overhauls.

Each unit was 263' 11½" long and weighed 137 tons, with seating for 392 second class passengers. These units were therefore 6' 6½" longer than the SR type (and also the 4 SUB units) which led to some problems in certain ‘tight’ sidings, such as that at Holmwood.

 

MBS

The MBS coaches were identical in internal layout to those of the earlier ‘1951 type’ motor coaches of the BR standard 2 EPB units. These seated 84 in two four-bay saloons with an 8' 9" wide guard’s brake with double opening doors at the outer end; the driver’s cab entered via the brakevan. However, he guard’s brake in 2 EPB units was 8' 11½" wide so the diagram number in the new units was changed from 400 to 414. These coaches were 63' 11½" long, those of ‘No 1’ end type weighing 40 tons, ‘No 2’ end vehicles weighing 39 tons.

Externally the MBS coaches were not fitted with roof conduit; at the inner end of the coaches there being vertical conduits on the driver’s side up to the roof-end cable-connection box.

 

TS

The two trailers were both to the same internal layout, a new design of semi saloon not found in the SR type units, consisting of a five bay open saloon seating 52 and five 12 seat compartments giving a total of 112 seats, and were 63' 6" long and weighed 29 tons. The compartment sections were marshalled together at the centre of the unit. Both trailers were to diagram number 480.

Externally the MBS coaches were not fitted with roof conduit; at the inner end of the coaches there being vertical conduits on the left hand side up to the roof-end cable-connection box.

 

Hybrid Units

Units 5301 & 5302 both included two SR pattern trailers, a 120 seat 10 compartment TS and a 102 seat 10 bay saloon TSO, and these units seated 390, weighed 136 tons and were 260' 8½" long.

 

Experimental Air Horns

Units 5303 to 5315 and 5317 entered service with experimental electric horns, these being mounted below the roofline, protruding from the cab front. These horns were later replaced by the standard air-operated type mounted on the roof following complaints of noise by drivers, but the small squares of panelling to cover the holes from the former arrangement remained visible for the rest of the lives of these motor coaches.

 

Under TOPS

Under the initial BR TOPS classification system in 1972, these units became class 423, this being later amended in 1975 to class 415/2 and facelifted examples later became class 415/6, hence the renumbering of units from August 1987.

 

Liveries

Units were delivered in all-over green and started receiving small yellow warning panels on cab ends from early 1964, though 5356 /5357 /5358 /5359 /5360 /5361 /5362 /5364 /5366 /5367 all gained full yellow ends whilst still green, unit 5359 being the last to remain green until April 1971.

All units were eventually painted all-over blue with full yellow ends from 1967. Only unit 5305 had blue ends with small yellow panel.

Facelifted units were repainted from Blue /Grey livery into Network SouthEast livery; this being the later, darker blue version with curved upsweeps.

 

Number

Green Yellow Warning Panel

Green Full Yellow End

Blue Yellow Warning Panel

Blue Full Yellow End

Blue /Grey

Notes

5301

n/k

No

No

14-Aug-67

c.Mar-81

Wdn

5302

n/k

No

No

27-Apr-68

Wdn

 

5303

n/k

No

No

27-Aug-69

8-Oct-82

Wdn

5304

n/k

No

No

13-Jan-69

1-Jul-82

Wdn

5305

n/k

No

2-Sep-66?

7-Nov-68

19-Aug-83

r/n 5621

5306

n/k

No

No

8-Jul-70

7-May-81

Wdn

5307

n/k

No

No

21-Jan=69

Wdn

 

5308

n/k

No

No

24-Sep-68

26-Nov-81

Wdn

5309

n/k

No

No

27-May-68

16-Apr-82

Wdn

5310

n/k

No

No

12-Jun-69

11-Sep-82

Wdn

5311

n/k

No

No

13-Sep-67

By Jun-81

r/n 5613

5312

n/k

No

No

7-Aug-68

26-Aug-82

Wdn

5313

n/k

No

No

2-Jul-68

24-Dec-82

r/n 5606

5314

n/k

No

No

2-Apr-69

22-Oct-82

r/n 5603

5315

n/k

No

No

23-Apr-69

10-Dec-82

r/n 5605

5316

n/k

No

No

12-Feb-70

By May-81

r/n 5612

5317

n/k

No

No

13-Nov-68

7-May-82

Wdn

5318

n/k

No

No

19-Apr-68

13-May-81

r/n 5614

5319

n/k

No

No

19-Mar-68

3-Sep-81

Wdn

5320

n/k

No

No

4-Jun-68

17-Sep-82

r/n 5601

5321

n/k

No

No

11-Aug-69

30-Oct-82

Wdn

5322

n/k

No

No

17-Jul-70

24-Jul-81

Wdn

5323

n/k

No

No

6-Aug-70

8-Aug-81

Wdn

5324

n/k

No

No

26-Feb-70

24-Dec-82

Wdn

5325

n/k

No

No

22-Jan-68

c.Jul-81

r/n 5622

5326

n/k

No

No

13-Jun-70

c.Jul-81

r/n 5619

5327

n/k

No

No

19-Feb-69

25-Aug-82

Wdn

5328

n/k

No

No

4-Nov-69

By May-82

r/n 5610

5329

n/k

No

No

26-Jun-70

22-Aug-81

Wdn

5330

n/k

No

No

11-Nov-69

27-Jan-81

r/n 5611

5331

n/k

No

No

29-Mar-68

c.Sep-81

r/n 5624

5332

n/k

No

No

11-Sep-69

27-Dec-82

Wdn

5333

14-Oct-66

No

No

26-Jan-70

21-Mar-81

r/n 5616

5334

n/k

No

No

18-Jan-68

c.Oct-81

r/n 5623

5335

n/k

No

No

24-Jun-70

18-Jun-81

Wdn

5336

n/k

No

No

14-Oct-68

8-Oct-82

r/n 5602

5337

n/k

No

No

4-Mar-70

4-Apr-81

r/n 5618

5338

n/k

No

No

29-Apr-68

14-Nov-81

Wdn

5339

n/k

No

No

27-Sep-68

19-Nov-82

r/n 5604

5340

n/k

No

No

1-Oct-68

24-Dec-82

r/n 5607

5341

6-Jan-67

No

No

28-Nov-67

19-Jun-81

r/n 5617

5342

n/k

No

No

5-Dec-69

5-Sep-81

Wdn

5343

n/k

No

No

12-Oct-67

22-May-81

Wdn

5344

n/k

No

No

28-Apr-69

1-Jul-82

Wdn

5345

6-Jan-64

No

No

7-Oct-69

c.Nov-80

r/n 5608

5346

n/k

No

No

2-Mar-70

7-Apr-81

r/n 5620

5347

n/k

No

No

5-Jan-70

c.Dec-80

r/n 5609

5348

n/k

No

No

4-Jun-69

15-Dec-82

Wdn

5349

n/k

No

No

23-Jul-68

c.Oct-81

r/n 5625

5350

n/k

No

No

24-Oct-69

21-Jan-81

Wdn

5351

n/k

No

No

21-Jan-70

c.Feb-81

r/n 5615

5352

26-Oct-64

No

No

26-Jun-70

27-Jun-81

Wdn

5353

n/k

No

No

5-Jun-70

3-Jul-81

Wdn

5354

n/k

No

No

1-Jul-69

16-Nov-82

Wdn

5355

n/k

No

No

29-Sep-69

27-Oct-82

Wdn

5356

n/k

20-Nov-67

No

17-Jun-70

22-Jul-81

Wdn

5357

n/k

21-Feb-68

No

11-Sep-70

c.Feb-82

Wdn

5358

n/k

4-Dec-67

No

11-Dec-70

c.Nov-81

Wdn

5359

n/k

11-Dec-68

No

26-Apr-71

c.Dec-81

Wdn

5360

n/k

?-67

No

14-Jan-70

Feb-82

Wdn

5361

n/k

24-Aug-67

No

6-Oct-70

Dec-81

Wdn

5362

n/k

25-Jun-68

No

13-Jan-71

c.Dec-81

Wdn

5363

n/k

No

No

13-Nov-69

Dec-82

Wdn

5364

n/k

2-Dec-68

No

1-Mar-71

Jan-81

Wdn

5365

n/k

No

No

1-Feb-69

c.Feb-82

Wdn

5366

n/k

9-May-68

No

20-Jan-71

c.Mar-82

Wdn

5367

n/k

5-Apr-68

No

11-Feb-71

Apr-82

Wdn

5368

n/k

No

No

28-Sep-70

Nov-81

Wdn

5369

n/k

No

No

21-Oct-70

c.Nov-81

Wdn

5370

22-Aug-66

No

No

2-Jan-69

20-Oct-81

Wdn

Notes:

Dates for green with yellow warning panels stated where known.

 

 

 

 

Facelifted Units

Number

Blue /Grey

Network Southeast

5601

*Jul-87

c.Sep-91

5602

*Jul-87

3-Feb-89

5603

*Jun-87

c.Sep-91

5604

*Jun-87

21-11-91

5605

*Jul-87

c.Apr-91

5606

*Jul-87

31-Mar-89

5607

*Jul-87

r/n 5626

5608

*Jun-87

r/n 5627

5609

*Jul-87

r/n 5628

5610

*Jul-87

?-Apr-89

5611

*Jul-87

17-Apr-89

5612

*Jun-87

20-Apr-89

5613

*Jul-87

4-May-89

5614

*Jun-87

29-Jun-89

5615

*Jul-87

21-Aug-89

5616

*Jul-87

2-Aug-89

5617

*Jul-87

Oct-89

5618

*Jul-87

1-Sep-89

5619

*Jul-87

Oct-89

5620

*Jul-87

21-Jul-89

5621

*Jul-87

18-May-89

5622

*Jul-87

May-89

5623

*Jul-87

7-Jun-89

5624

*Jul-87

6-Oct-89

5625

*Jul-87

c.Nov-89

5626

*Sep-88

Feb-89

5627

*Sep-88

14-Mar-89

5628

*Oct-88

12-Apr-89

*                  Prior to the first entry shows the livery
carried when the unit was renumbered.

                      

 

Laycock-Knorr Brake

Twelve of the last built units were fitted new with the Laycock‑Knorr brake, similar to the standard EP brake, but this was removed during the 1970's to standardise all the units.

 

Into Service

The first few units delivered (5303 to 5306) were stored for a while at Gatwick until about 19th March 1960 whilst the express gear ratio batch up to 5313 were then run-in at Selhurst. Unit 5309 was derailed on delivery at Wimbledon Park and slightly damaged. The bulk of the units were delivered to the South Eastern division, working in conjunction with the earlier two & four car EPB units and based at Slade Green depot for maintenance, though they also received some attention at Gillingham, Orpington and Stewarts Lane.

However, a few of the express geared units worked on the Central division running in conjunction with 4 CEP units on some peak hour trains between London and the Sussex coast (these being based at Lovers Walk depot) whilst those working in the Central suburban area were based at Selhurst depot.

Other units were allocated to the South Western division working from Wimbledon Park depot. Units 5361 to 5364 were delivered new to the SWD working mainly on the Cobham line. Unit 5301 was first noted in traffic between Holborn Viaduct and Sevenoaks on 11th March 1960 whilst one of the express gear units (unit 5307) was in use on 5.54pm Victoria to Brighton on 10th March 1960.

 

Maintenance

Units had their running gear and electrical overhauls carried out at either Slade Green or Chart Leacon depots; major body overhauls were dealt with at Eastleigh with intermediate repaints carried out at Selhurst. The actual allocations of units to divisions altered many times with no specific batches being allocated for any length of time, though these units were never very common working on the SWD.

When depot allocations of units were introduced on the SR in 1972, the complex interworking of the diagrams between the Central and South Eastern divisions precluded splitting the allocation and units remained jointly allocated to Slade Green & Selhurst until 1978 when the allocations were finally split and virtually all this batch were allocated to Slade Green.

 

Facelifting

Twenty five of the ‘phase I’ units were included in the EPB facelift programme from May 1982 (along similar lines to the SR type units) all work being done at Eastleigh works. All internal partitions were removed so that all seating was in open saloons, reducing the seating capacity of the motor coaches to 82 and the trailers to 102; overall unit capacity now being 368 (the same as in the modified SR type units). Fluorescent lighting and a PA system were installed, and simplified AWS equipment was fitted (or replaced the older Westinghouse type where already partly fitted).

Initially, the units were not renumbered. However, from June 1987 these twenty five units were renumbered in order of shopping into the series 5601 – 5625 (the last of the 2 SAP units previously carrying these numbers having been withdrawn). These facelifted units (all now painted in blue & grey) were allocated to Selhurst on release, displacing unfacelifted SR type units to Slade Green. Continuing deliveries of facelifted SR type units to Selhurst from January 1985 subsequently displaced the facelifted BR units to Slade Green, replacing many of their unfacelifted sisters which were withdrawn for scrapping; the 56xx units being transferred across in number order.

Non-facelifted examples were given lesser overhauls and most also repainted into blue & grey from mid 1982. Due to the large amounts of blue asbestos insulation included in these units when built (this was removed during face-lifting on those units concerned) the remaining units in the 53xx series were all withdrawn from May 1984 to May 1985, with the last seventeen being withdrawn 13th May 1985 and sent to store at Eastleigh, Hither Green, Sevenoaks and Selhurst. Units 5302 and 5307 were withdrawn still in plain blue livery.

The final three facelift units (nos. 5623, 5624 & 5625) were fitted with express gear ratio motor bogies in January 1988 and used on main line trains to Ramsgate to increase seating capacity; these being reclassified as 4 EPB (E), Class 415/7. An increased requirement for further units of this type from October 1988 led to the conversion of units 5607, 5608 & 5609 which were renumbered as 5626, 5627 & 5628.

To distinguish these ‘Express’ units, a short length of cantrail band above each cabside was painted; initially red, but soon changed to green to avoid confusion with the red bands appearing on other EPB units denoting compartment accommodation.

Unit 5602 was the first to be painted into Network South East red/white/blue livery in February 1989 and all twenty five were eventually done. The 4 EPB (E) units reverted to use in the suburban area again from January 1993 and lost their cabside markings, though still retaining express gear ratios. Whilst in use on main line trains they were allocated to Ramsgate depot.

 

Privatisation and Demise

Units remaining in traffic after 1st April 1994 were all allocated to the ownership of the Eversholt train leasing company under the BR privatisation arrangements. Most of the facelifted units lasted in service until the end of EPB operation, being withdrawn in numbers from late 1994 and all had gone by the end of March 1995.

 

Unit Formations 5301 – 5370

 

UNIT

No.1
MBS

No.1
TS

No.2
TS

No.2
MBS

Withdrawn

Scrapped

Phase 1 Units

Diag No.
Code

414
CS

480
DAA

480
DAB

414
CT

 

 

5301
16-Jan-60

61626

15043#1

15413#2
15082#4

61625#3

31-Aug-87

See notes

5302
15-Jun-61

61627
61596

61627

15079#5

15121#6

61872#7
65308#8

24-Dec-83

See notes

5303*e
16-Jan-60

61516
61522

61515

70375

70376

61517

May-85

Jan-86
MNS

5304#e
23-Jan-60

61518

70378

70377

61519

10-May-85

Jun-86
MNS

5305#e
23-Jan-60

61520

70380

70379

61521

Renumbered 5621
Jul-87

 

5306#e
30-Jan-60

61522
61516

61522

70382

70381

61523

10-May-85

Jun-86
MNS

5307#e
30-Jan-60

61524

70384

70383

61525

14-May-84

Oct-85
MNS

5308#e
30-Jan-60

61526

70385

70386

61527

14-May-84

Jun-86
MNS

5309#e
6-Feb-60

61528

70387

70388

61529

14-May-84

Aug-85
VBL

5310#e
6-Feb-60

61530

70389

70390

61531

May-85

Mar-86
MNS

5311#e
13-Feb-60

61532

70391

70392

61533

Renumbered 5613
Jul-87

5312#e
20-Feb-60

61534

70393

70394

61535

1-Oct-84

Oct-85
MNS

5313
20-Feb-60

61536

70395

70396

61537

Renumbered 5606
Jul-87

5314
27-Feb-60

61538

70397

70398

61539

Renumbered 5603
Jun-87

5315
27-Feb-60

61540

70399

70400

61541

Renumbered 5605
Jul-87

Renumbered 5612
Jun-87

5316
5-Mar-60

61542

70401

70402

61543

5317
5-Mar-60

61544

70403

70404

61545

May-85

Apr-86
MNS

5318
12-Mar-60

61546

70405

70406

61547

Renumbered 5614
Jun-87

5319
12-Mar-60

61548

70407

70408

61549

14-May-84

Feb-85
VBL

5320
19-Mar-60

61550

70409

70410

61551

Renumbered 5601
Jul-87

5321
26-Mar-60

61552

70411

70412

61553

1-Oct-84

Nov-85
MNS

5322
26-Mar-60

61554

70413

70414

61555

May-85

Jul-87
MNS

5323
2-Apr-60

61556

70415

70416

61557

6-Aug-84

Oct-85
MNS

5324
2-Apr-60

61558

70417

70418

61559

10-May-85

May-86
MNS

5325
9-Apr-60

61560

70419

70420

61561
61996
#9
61561

Renumbered 5622
Jul-87

5326
9-Apr-60

 

61562

70421

70422

61563

Renumbered 5619
Jul-87

5323
2-Apr-60

61556

70415

70416

61557

6-Aug-84

Oct-85
MNS

5324
2-Apr-60

 

61558

70417

70418

61559

10-May-85

May-86
MNS

5325
9-Apr-60

61560

70419

70420

61561
61996
#10
61561

Renumbered 5622
Jul-87

5326
9-Apr-60

 

61562

70421

70422

61563

Renumbered 5619
Jul-87

5327
16-Apr-60

 

61564

70423

70424

61565

10-May-85

Aug-86
MNS

5328
23-Apr-60

 

61566

70425

70426

61567

Renumbered 5610
Jul-87

5329
30-Apr-60

 

61568

70427

70428

61569

24-Dec-83

Dec-86
MNS

5330
30-Apr-60

 

61570

70429

70430

61571

Renumbered 5611
Jul-87

5331
7-May-60

 

61572

70431

70432

61573

Renumbered 5624
Jul-87

5332
7-May-60

61574

70433

70434

61575
61597
61575

May-85

Apr-86
MNS

5333
7-May-60

 

61576

70435

70436

61577

Renumbered 5616
Jul-87

5334
14-May-60

 

61578

70437

70438

61579

Renumbered 5623
Jul-87

5335
21-May-60

 

61580

70439

70440

61581

May-85

May-86
MNS

5336*e
21-May-60

61582

70441

70442

61583

Renumbered 5602
Jul-87

5337*e
28-May-60

 

61584

70443

70444

61585

Renumbered 5618
Jul-87

5338*e
28-May-60

 

61586

70445

70446

61587

14-May-84

Jul-85
VBL

5339*e
4-Jun-60

 

61588

70447

70448

61589

Renumbered 5604
Jun-87

5340*e
11-Jun-60

61590

70449

70450

61591

Renumbered 5607
Jul-87

5341*e
18-Jun-60

 

61592

70451

70452

61593

Renumbered 5617
Jul-87

5342*e
25-Jun-60

 

61594

70453

70454

61595

6-Aug-84

Nov-85
VBL

5343*e
4-Jul-60

61596
61627
61596
61995
#11
61596

70455
70673
70455
70467

70456
15450
#10
70456
15258
#12
70456
70674
#13
70456

61597
61575
61597

14-May-84

Oct-85
MNS

5344*e
18-Jun-60

 

61598

70457

70458

61599

11-Mar-85

Oct-86
MNS

5345
30-Sep-61

61600

70460

70459

61601

Renumbered 5608
Jun-87

5346
7-Oct-61

61602

70461

70462

61603

Renumbered 5620
Jul-87

5347
14-Oct-61

61604

70464

70463

61605

Renumbered 5609
Jul-87

5348
28-Oct-61

 

61606

70466

70465

61607

10-May-85

May-86
MNS

5349
4-Nov-61

61608

70467
70455

70468

61609

Renumbered 5625
Jul-87

5350
11-Nov-61

61610

70469

70470

61611

May-85

Dec-85
MNS

5351
18-Nov-61

 

61612

70471

70472

61613

Renumbered 5615
Jul-87

5352*L
2-Dec-61

61614
61624

70473

70474

61615

25-Feb-85

Oct-86
MNS

5353
2-Dec-61

61616

70475

70476

61617

May-85

Dec-85
MNS

5354
16-12-61

 

61618

70477

70478

61619

May-85

Jan-86
MNS

5355
23-12-61

 

61620

70479

70480

61621

May-85

Apr-86
MNS

5356*L
30-12-61

61622

70481

70482

61623

10-May-85

Dec-86
MNS

Phase 2 Units

Diag No.
Code

414
CS-1A

480
DAA-1A

480
DAB-1A

414
CT-1A

 

 

5357*L
22-Sep-62

 

61989

70667

70668

61990

16-Jul-84

Aug-86
MNS

5358
29-Sep-62

61991

70669

70670

61992

11-Mar-85

Feb-86
MNS

5359
6-Oct-62

61993

70671

70672

61994

11-Mar-85

Jan-86
MNS

5360
20-Oct-62

61995
61596#14
61995

70673
70455#15
70673

70674
70456#16
70674

61996
61561#17
61996

May-85

Dec-85
MNS

5361*L

17-Nov-62

 

61997

70675

70676

61998

14-May-84

Nov-85
MNS

5362*L
22-Dec-62

 

61999
62015
61999

70677

70678

62000

14-May-84

Nov-86
MNS

5363*L
29-Dec-62

 

62001

70679

70680

62002

3-Sep-84

Jun-86
MNS

5364*L
29-Dec-62

62003

70681

70682

62004

1-Oct-84

May-86
MNS

5365*L
29-Dec-62

 

62005

70683

70684

62006

11-Mar-85

Jun-86
MNS

5366*L
5-Jan-63

62007

70685

70686

62008

3-Sep-84

Nov-85
MNS

5367*L
5-Jan-63

62009

70687

70688

62010

14-Jul-84

Nov-85
VBL

5368*L
12-Jan-63

62011

70689

70690

62012

14-May-84

Nov-85
MNS

5369*L
12-Jan-63

 

62013

70691

70692

62014

1-Oct-84

Apr-86
MNS

5370*L
19-Jan-63

62015
61999
62015

70693

70694

62016

14-May-84

Nov-85
VBL

 

Notes

 

MNS
VBL

*e
*L

#1
#2
#3
#4
#5
#6
#7
#8
#9
#10
#11
#12
#13
#14
#15
#16
#17

 

Date below unit number is ‘week ending’ release date from Eastleigh works, units to traffic shortly afterwards.

Scrapped Mayer Newman, Snailwell.
Scrapped Vic Berry, Leicester.

Unit new with express gear ratio
Unit new fitted with Laycock‑Knorr brake equipment.

SR type 10 Compt. TS, diagram 2013, code DU.
SR type TSO, diagram 2018, code DS.
No. 1 end MBS, code CS.
SR type 10 Compt. TS, diagram 2013, code DU.
SR type 10 Compt. TS, diagram 2013, code DU.
SR type TSO, diagram 2018, code DS.
No. 1 end MBS, code CS.
BR type 2 EPB MBS, diagram 400, code CQ.
‘Phase 2’ MBS, code CT-1A.
SR type ‘facelifted’ TSO, code DAH.
‘Phase 2’ MBS, code CS-1A.
SR type TSO, diagram 2018, code DS.
‘Phase 2’ TS, code DAB-1A.
‘Phase 1’ MBS, code CS.
‘Phase 1’ TS, code DAA.
‘Phase 1’ TS, code DAB.
‘Phase 1’ MBS, code CT.

 

 

 

AWS equipment was fitted/made operational on these units as follows:

 

UNIT

Date

UNIT

Date

UNIT

Date

UNIT

Date

5301

Jul-86

5305

19-Aug-83

5311

22-Apr--83

5313

24-Dec-82

5314

22-Oct-82

5315

10-Dec-82

5316

22-Apr-83

5318

29-Apr-83

5320

17-Sep-82

5325

6-Sep-83

5326

24-Jun-83

5328

11-Mar-83

5330

8-Apr--83

5331

7-Oct-83

5333

27-May-83

5334

21-Sep-83

5336

8-Oct-82

5337

10-Jun-83

5339

19-Nov-82

5340

24-Dec-82

5341

3-Jun-83

5345

4-Feb-83

5346

8-Jul-83

5347

25-Feb-83

5349

2-Dec-83

5351

13-May-83

5357

Mar-83

5359

Mar-83

5360

Mar-83

5361

Mar-83

5362

Mar-83

5364

Mar-83

5366

Mar-82

5367

Mar-82

5369

Mar-83

5370

Dec-82

                                                                                              

                                                                                                             

                                                                                                             

 

 

 

 

Individual Unit Notes

 

No.

Notes

5301

Unit formed from new 19‑Jan‑60 with two SR pattern trailers, both ex.5225, TS 15043 seating 120 and TSO 15413 seating 102. Both MBS coaches 61625 & 61626 were ‘No. 1 end’ vehicles.

Unit took two roads at Orpington depot 8‑Mar‑63 and underframe of 15413 damaged. Unit repaired (at Lancing?).

Unit stored from 22‑Jul‑87 at Folkestone East and withdrawn 31‑Aug‑87. Moved to Slade Green 15‑Aug‑87 for reform. TSO 15413 exchanged with TS 15082 (ex.5261) Oct‑87. Both trailers 15043 & 15082 then stored at Hoo Jct. and used along with 15171 (ex withdrawn 5046) marshalled between former 4 SUB MBS coaches of unit 4623 (ADB977294 ex.11305 & ADB977295 ex 11306) for various accident exercises.

MBS coaches 61625 & 61626 stripped at Selhurst and moved to Fratton for store 23‑Sep‑87. Both hauled to Mayer Newman, Snailwell for scrapping 25‑Sep‑87, arriving there 29‑Sep‑87. 61625 burnt 6‑Oct‑87 and 61625 burnt 7‑Oct‑87. Trailers 15043 & 15082 scrapped at C. F. Booth, Rotherham, moving from Clapham Jct. 24‑Nov‑90.

5302

Unit formed from new with two SR pattern trailers, TS 15079 converted from SUB vehicle 10195 (ex.4331) seating 120, and TSO 15121 (ex.5021) seating 102. Both MBS coaches 61627 & 61872 were ‘No. 1 end’ vehicles. Unit delivered out of sequence as SR trailers not ready ex damage repairs/conversion ex SUB and MBS 61627 completed 4‑Jul‑60 at end of 4 EPB batch and stored at Eastleigh (Lot 30582 ordered 2‑Feb‑59 on HOO 4571). MBS 61872 built as first of subsequent batch of 2 HAP units (Lot 30641 ordered 13‑Oct‑59 on HOO 4687) and completed 23‑Mar‑61. Unit released 15‑Jan‑61 with 10195 not renumbered but this altered to 15079 before unit into traffic.

MBS 61872 exchanged with MBS 65308 in Jan‑72. A former 2 EPB vehicle to diagram 400, MBS 65308 had originally become surplus during the formation of the Tadpole 3R sets and was initially used to form 4 EPB 5262. However, between Dec-71 and Jan-72 MBS 65308 was temporarily formed into 2 HAP 6151 whose MBS (no.61966) had been written off in the buffer stop collision at Sheerness-on-Sea. 4 EPB unit 5262 was reformed using SR-type EPB motor coach 14205 and MBS 65308 went into 4-EPB no.5302.

MBS 61627 damaged 5‑Aug‑76 in shunting mishap at Orpington and temporarily exchanged with 61596 (ex.5343) until Sep‑79.

Unit loaned to SWD for Xmas mails & parcels use from 12‑Dec‑83 before withdrawal 24‑Dec‑83 (still in blue livery). MBS 61627 converted to departmental ADB977213 and used in temporary stores unit 020.

Remaining three coaches moved to Fratton for store by 1‑Apr‑84 then hauled to Swindon for stripping 31‑Jan‑86. Hauled to Mayer Newman, Snailwell for scrapping 20‑Jun‑86 and all three coaches burnt 23‑Jun‑86.

5303

MBS 61517 damaged Feb‑80 (location unknown). MBS 61516 exchanged temporarily with damaged 61522 (ex.5306) until repairs completed Mar‑80.

Unit withdrawn May‑85 and stored at Hither Green. Hauled to Swindon 10‑Oct‑85 for stripping, and on to Mayer Newman, Snailwell for scrapping 6‑Jan‑86. Coaches burnt as follows: 61517 and 70376 both 8‑Jan‑86, 61516 and 70375 both 9‑Jan‑86.

5304

Unit withdrawn 10‑May‑85 and to Eastleigh Airport sidings for store. Moved to Swindon c.Mar‑86 for stripping. Hauled to Mayer Newman, Snailwell for scrapping arriving 30‑May‑86 and coaches burnt as follows: 61519 30‑May‑86, 70377 and 70378 both 4‑Jun‑86 and 61518 5‑Jun‑86.

5305

Unit leading 5216 & 5755 in head-on collision with 6118 & 6103 & 6018 in Gillingham depot 6‑DEc‑62 and MBS 61520 cab wrecked. Unit repaired with a new cab at Eastleigh between 14‑May‑63 and 4‑DEc‑63 when sent to Micheldever, though MBS 61520 was back at Eastleigh between 2‑Mar‑64 and 10‑Apr‑64 for some further work with remaining 3 coaches. Stored at Micheldever until taken to Eastleigh 7‑Apr‑64 to be reformed to normal.

This was the only BR-type 4 EPB unit to be painted blue with blue ends and small yellow panel at Selhurst in September 1966; gained a full yellow end on next overhaul at Eastleigh in November 1968.

Unit at Eastleigh for asbestos strip and facelift 1‑Jun‑83 to 19‑Aug‑83. Renumbered 5621 in Jul‑87.

5306

MBS 61522 damaged (at Gillingham?) and temporarily exchanged with 61516 (ex.5303) Feb‑80 to Mar‑80.

Unit withdrawn 10‑May‑85 and to Eastleigh Airport sidings for store. Moved to Swindon c.Mar‑86 for stripping. Hauled to Mayer Newman, Snailwell for scrapping 20‑Jun‑86 and coaches burnt as follows: 61523 and 70381 both 20‑Jun‑86, 70382 24‑Jun‑86 and 61522 25‑Jun‑86.

5307

Unit fitted with experimental brake retarders early 1963 and used on tests between Chart Leacon and Minster and later Farnham and Alton until early 1964.

Unit withdrawn 14‑May‑84 still in blue livery and stored at Sevenoaks. Moved to Swindon for stripping by 26‑Oct‑84.

Hauled to Mayer Newman, Snailwell for scrapping 30-Oct‑85 and coaches burnt as follows: 61524 and 61525 both 3‑Oct‑85, 70383 and 70384 both 9‑Oct‑85.

5308

Unit in buffer stop collision in Up yard headshunt at Orpington 1‑Oct‑62 and MBS 61527 and TS 70386 both damaged.

Unit withdrawn 14‑May‑84 and stored at Selhurst by Jun‑84, moved from Selhurst to Eastleigh 7‑Dec‑84. Moved from Eastleigh to Salisbury and on to Swindon 4‑Mar‑86 for stripping. Hauled to Mayer Newman, Snailwell for scrapping 30‑May‑86 and coaches burnt as follows: 61526 2‑Jun‑86, 61527, 70385 and 70386 all 3‑Jun‑86.

5309

Unit slightly damaged at Wimbledon Park c.5‑Feb‑60 on its delivery run when derailed. It was returned to Eastleigh for repair and delivered again by 19‑Mar‑60.

Unit standing foul in Strawberry Hill depot 27‑Aug‑63 when 5 coaches of 4279 & 4729 driven past and cab of MBS 61528 damaged, repaired at Selhurst.

Unit withdrawn 14‑May‑84 and after stripping at Chart Leacon moved to Sevenoaks for store by Jun‑84. Later hauled to Swindon for stripping and to Vic Berry, Leicester for scrapping 14‑Jul‑85.

5310

Unit withdrawn May‑85 and stored at Sevenoaks. Moved to Swindon for stripping 30‑Oct‑85. Hauled from Swindon to Mayer Newman, Snailwell for scrapping 5‑Feb‑86 and coaches burnt as follows: 61530 20‑Feb‑86, 61531 4‑Mar‑86, 70390 7‑Mar‑86 and 70389 10‑Mar‑86.

5311

Unit at Eastleigh for asbestos strip and facelift 10‑Feb‑83 to 22‑Apr‑83.

Renumbered 5613 in Jul‑87.

5312

Unit withdrawn 1-Oct-84 and initially stored at Hither Green. Following stripping, unit hauled to Swindon 24-Jul-85. Moved to Mayer Newman, Snailwell for scrapping 16-Oct-85 and coaches burnt as follows: 70393 and 70394 both 17-Oct-85, 61535 18-Oct-85 and 61534 23-Oct-85.

5313

Unit at Eastleigh for asbestos strip and facelift 5-Oct-82 to 24-Dec-82.

Renumbered 5606 in Jul‑87.

5314

Unit at Eastleigh for asbestos strip and facelift 9-Aug-82 to 22-Oct-82.

Renumbered 5603 in Jun‑87.

5315

Unit at Eastleigh for asbestos strip and facelift 21-Sep-82 to 10-Dec-82.

Renumbered 5605 in Jul‑87.

5316

Unit at Eastleigh for asbestos strip and facelift 3-Feb-83 to 22-Apr-83.

Renumbered 5612 in Jun‑87.

5317

Unit withdrawn May‑85 and stored at Sevenoaks, later moving to Chart Leacon for stripping then to Swindon 6-Nov-85. Hauled to Mayer Newman, Snailwell for scrapping 28-Apr-86 and coaches burnt as follows: 61545 and 70404 both 28-Apr-86, 70403 and 61544 both 29-Apr-86.

5318

Unit at Eastleigh for asbestos strip and facelift 24-Feb-83 to 29-Apr-83.

Renumbered 5614 in Jun‑87.

5319

Unit withdrawn 14-May-84 and after stripping at Chart Leacon moved to Sevenoaks for store by 6‑84. Hauled to Swindon 19-Oct-84 for stripping and to Vic Berry, Leicester for scrapping 30-Jan-85.

5320

Unit at Eastleigh for asbestos strip and facelift 28-Apr-82 to 17-Sep-82.

Renumbered 5601 in Jul‑87.

5321

Unit withdrawn 1-Oct-84 and initially stored at Gillingham, Plumstead then Hither Green from 10-Dec-84. After stripping unit hauled from Hither Green to Swindon 4-Sep-85 and moved to Mayer Newman, Snailwell for scrapping 18-Nov-85 and coaches burnt as follows: 61552 18-Nov-85, 70411 and 70412 both 20-Nov-85 and 61553 25-Nov-85.

5322

Unit withdrawn May‑85 and moved to Selhurst for stripping then stored in Norwood Yard. Hauled to Mayer Newman, Snailwell for scrapping 6-Jul-87 and coaches burnt as follows: 70413 7-Jul-87, 70414 9-Jul-87, 61555 10-Jul-87 and 61554 14-Jul-87.

5323

Unit ‘ran away’ from Caterham 29-Mar-74 (MBS 61557 leading) and damaged in subsequent buffer stop collision at Norwood Jct. but repaired.

Unit withdrawn 14-May-84 but reinstated 25-Jun-84. Finally withdrawn 6-Aug-84 and stored at Plumstead then Hither Green from 10-Dec-84. After stripping hauled to Swindon 7-Aug-85 and moved to Mayer Newman, Snailwell for scrapping 16-Oct-85. Coaches burnt as follows: 61557, 70415 and 70416 all 24-Oct-85, 61556 25-Oct-85.

5324

Unit damaged throughout in collision with 4607 in Wimbledon Park depot 9-May-63.

Unit withdrawn 10-May-85 and moved to Eastleigh for stripping. Hauled to Mayer Newman, Snailwell for scrapping 14-May-86 and coaches burnt as follows: 61559 16-May-86, 70418 19-May-86, 70417 and 61558 both 20-May-86.

5325

MBS 61561 damaged (where?) and temporarily exchanged with 61996 (ex.5360) Apr‑80 to Sep‑80. Unit at Eastleigh for asbestos strip and facelift 6-Jun-83 to 6-Sep-83. Renumbered 5622 in Jul‑87.

5326

Unit at Eastleigh for asbestos strip and facelift 3-May-83 to 24-Jun-83.

Renumbered 5619 in Jul‑87.

5327

Unit (with 5149) damaged in open door incident (hit 7145 & 7154) in Penge Tunnel 5-Apr-61 and to Lancing for repair, released c.May‑61 having also had some sections of guttering cut-away to reduce end pressure.

Unit again damaged in tunnel door incident in Strood Tunnel 22-Nov-61 when open door on 70424 struck by loco E5002, repaired at Selhurst.

Unit withdrawn 10-May-85 and moved to Eastleigh Airport sidings for store. Moved to Swindon by 7‑86 and hauled to Mayer Newman, Snailwell for scrapping 20-Aug-86 and coaches burnt as follows: 61565 22-Aug-86, 70424 26-Aug-86 and 61564 and 70423 both 27-Aug-86.

5328

One MBS (61566?) temporarily exchanged with 61997 (ex.5361) briefly in May‑73.

Unit at Eastleigh for asbestos strip and facelift 5-Jan-83 to 11-Mar-83. Renumbered 5610 in Jul‑87.

5329

Unit loaned to SWD for Xmas mail & parcels use from 12-Dec-83 before withdrawn 24-Dec-83. After stripping at Chart Leacon moved to Fratton for store 3-Feb-84. Later moved to Swindon 16-Sep-86 and hauled to Mayer Newman, Snailwell for scrapping 19-Nov-86. Coaches burnt as follows: 61568 27-Nov-86, 70427 1-Dec-86, 70428 2-Dec-86 and 61569 3-Dec-86.

5330

Unit at Eastleigh for asbestos strip and facelift 13-Jan-83 to 8-Apr-83.

Renumbered 5611 in Jul‑87.

5331

MBS 61573 cab corner damaged in converging collision with 5707 at Gillingham depot 18-Jun-62.

Unit at Eastleigh for asbestos strip and facelift 2-Aug-83 to 7-Oct-83. Released as 5624 in error but renumbered back to 5331 at Selhurst c.20-Oct-83.

Renumbered 5624 in Jul‑87.

5332

MBS 61575 damaged (where?) and temporarily exchanged with 61597 (ex.5343) Apr‑78 to Jul‑78.

Unit withdrawn May‑85 and stored at Sevenoaks, later moving to Chart Leacon for stripping then to Swindon 6-Nov-85. Hauled to Mayer Newman, Snailwell for scrapping 11-Apr-86. Coaches burnt as follows: 61575 and 70434 both 11-Apr-86, 61574 and 70433 both 14-Apr-86.

5333

MBS 61576 slightly damaged Sep-66 (details unknown) and to Eastleigh for C5 repair from 28-Sep-66 until released 14-Oct-66.

Unit damaged about Dec-69 (details unknown) and to Eastleigh 8-Jan-70 for C1 overhaul and repair. Released 30-Jan-70 in blue livery.

Unit at Eastleigh for asbestos strip and facelift 17-Mar-83 to 27-May-83. MBS 61576 damaged c7‑83 (where?) but repaired at Slade Green, other three coaches stored at Plumstead.

Renumbered 5616 in Aug‑87.

5334

Unit at Eastleigh for asbestos strip and facelift 28-Jun-83 to 21-Sep-83.

Renumbered 5623 in Jul‑87.

5335

Unit damaged when struck in rear by 4120 near Gipsy Hill 18-Dec-61 and MBS 61580 damaged but repaired at Eastleigh with a new cab by Aug‑62.

Unit damaged in buffer stop collision in shunt neck of Up Sidings at Orpington 31-Dec-63 and MBS 61580 and TS 70439 derailed, repaired at Slade Green?

Unit withdrawn May‑85 and stored at Sevenoaks, later moving to Chart Leacon for stripping then to Swindon 6-Nov-85. Hauled to Mayer Newman, Snailwell for scrapping 28-Apr-86 and coaches burnt as follows: 61580 29-Apr-86, 61581, 70439 and 70440 all 1-May-86.

5336

Unit damaged about July 1968 (details unknown) and to Eastleigh 21-Aug-68 for C1 overhaul and damage repair to MBS 61582 and TSO 70441. Unit released 18-Oct-68 in blue livery. Unit at Eastleigh for asbestos strip and facelift 26-Jun-82 to 8-Oct-82.

Renumbered 5602 in Jul‑87.

5337

Unit at Eastleigh for asbestos strip and facelift 21-Apr-83 to 10-Jun-83.

Renumbered 5618 in Jul‑87.

5338

Unit withdrawn 14-May-84 and after stripping at Chart Leacon moved to Sevenoaks for store by 8‑84. Later hauled to Swindon by 26-Oct-84 for stripping and to Vic Berry, Leicester for scrapping 14-Jul-85.

5339

Unit at Eastleigh for asbestos strip and facelift 1-Sep-82 to 19-Nov-82.

Renumbered 5604 in Jun‑87.

5340

Unit at Eastleigh for asbestos strip and facelift 28-Oct-82 to 24-Dec-82.

Renumbered 5607 in Jul‑87.

5341

Unit damaged about September 1966 (details unknown) and to Eastleigh 5-Oct-66 for C5 repair, released 6-Jan-67.

Unit at Eastleigh for asbestos strip and facelift 23-Mar-83 to 3-Jun-83.

Renumbered 5617 in Jul‑87.

5342

Unit withdrawn 6-Aug-84 and initially stored at Sevenoaks. Moved for stripping by Oct‑84 and then to Swindon. Hauled to Vic Berry, Leicester for scrapping c.Nov‑85.

5343

TS 70455 badly damaged by IRA bomb near Cannon Street 4-Mar-76 and unit reduced to run as 3-car from 18-Mar-76 to 30-Mar-76 then stored. TS 70456 then to ‘new’ 5263 from Aug‑76 to 5‑77 pending facelift to SR TSO 15450 (ex SUB TS 10337 from 4605). This coach temporarily transferred to 5343 though never actually formed into it. MBS coaches 61596 & 61597 then formed into a 2-car 2 EPB ‘Power Unit’ numbered 5800 for testing purposes from Aug‑76 to Oct‑76 when 61596 exchanged with damaged 61627 (ex 5302). 61597 exchanged with damaged 61575 (ex 5332) Apr‑78 to Jul‑78.

Formation of 5343 now 61627 + 70455 + 15450 + 61575 with all coaches damaged /under repair and distributed to various repair depots. Facelift of 15450 finally completed May‑77 and to 5263 (with TS 70456 back to 5343) but by Sep‑77 transferred again to ‘new’ unit 5264. Replaced in 5343 by SR type TSO 15258 (ex.5130 then spare stock) which was undergoing fire damage repairs.

Formation now was:-61627 + 70455 + 15258 + 61597. Damage repairs to 61627 completed 15-Sep-79 and own MBS 61596 returned ex.5302. Unit still stopped with both trailers damaged and both MBS coaches spare as 61596 + 70455 + 15258 + 61597 until Jan‑80 when 61596 exchanged with damaged 61995 (ex.5360). Further reformed in Jul‑80 when repairs to 15258 completed and this coach to 5264 as originally intended and 70456 returned.

Formation now was: 61995 (dam) + 70455 (dam) + 70456 + 61597, but in Nov‑80 61596 returned ex.5360 along with both of unit 5360 trailers 70673 & 70674 and unit back to traffic as: 61596 + 70673 + 70674 + 61597. Own trailers 70455 & 70456 shown ‘stopped’ as part of 5360 at this time, but in Feb‑81 repairs to bomb damaged 70455 finally completed and trailers then exchanged with 5360 so unit at last back to original formation. TS 70455 had been repaired as a 102 seat all‑saloon vehicle and unit now seated 382. From Aug‑83, TSO 70455 transferred permanently to 5349 as this unit going to Eastleigh for facelift, and replaced by 70467 (ex.5349) so unit now seated 392 again.

Unit withdrawn 14-May-84 and stored initially at Sevenoaks prior to stripping. Moved to Swindon 26-Oct-84 and hauled to Mayer Newman, Snailwell for scrapping 3-Oct-85. Coaches burnt as follows: 61597 and 70456 both 4-Oct-85, 70467 and 61596 both 8-Oct-85.

5344

Unit withdrawn 11-Mar-85 and to Eastleigh for stripping. Unit then to Swindon by 7‑86. Hauled to Mayer Newman, Snailwell for scrapping 1-Oct-86 and coaches burnt as follows:- 61599 and 70458 both 1-Oct-86, 70457 and 61598 both 2-Oct-86.

5345

Unit took two roads in Slade Green depot 20-Nov-63 and TS 70459 damaged, also struck cab end of 5742. Unit to Eastleigh for repairs arriving 26-Nov-63 and released 17-Jan-64.

Unit at Eastleigh for asbestos strip and facelift 22-Nov-82 to 4-Feb-83. Renumbered 5608 in Jun‑87.

5346

Unit at Eastleigh for asbestos strip and facelift 12-May-83 to 8-Jul-83.

Renumbered 5620 in Jul‑87.

5347

Unit at Eastleigh for asbestos strip and facelift 7-Dec-82 to 25-Feb-83.

Renumbered 5609 in Jul‑87.

5348

Unit withdrawn 10-May-85 and to Eastleigh for stripping, later moving to Swindon. Unit hauled to Mayer Newman, Snailwell for scrapping 14-May-86 and coaches burnt as follows: 61607 and 70465 both 21-May-86, 70466 and 61606 both 22-May-86.

5349

TS 70467 exchanged with all-saloon TSO 70455 (ex 5343) 8‑83 and unit to Eastleigh for facelift 25-Aug-83 to 2-Dec-83. Remaining three coaches facelifted, 70455 had various detail differences from the production facelift vehicles.

Renumbered 5625 in Jul‑87.

5350

Unit withdrawn May‑85 and initially stored at Sevenoaks. Moved to Chart Leacon for stripping 27-Jul-85 then back to Sevenoaks by 21-Sep-85. Moved to Swindon 9-Oct-85 and hauled to Mayer Newman, Snailwell for scrapping 5-Dec-85. Coaches burnt as follows: 61611 10-Dec-85, 70469, 70470 and 61610 all 11-Dec-85.

5351

Unit at Eastleigh for asbestos strip and facelift 10-Mar-83 to 13-May-83.

Renumbered 5615 in Jul‑87.

5352

Unit ‘ran away’ from Bromley North 29-Oct-62 and MBS 61614 wrecked and TS 70473 damaged in subsequent collision at Grove Park. 61614 subsequently withdrawn 17-Nov-62 and scrapped at Eastleigh later in 1962, (bodywork cut at Grove Park w/e 17-Nov-62). Remaining three coaches stored at Micheldever then used for tests mounted on experimental disc-braked bogies at Eastleigh. MBS 61614 replaced by 61624 (ex disbanded 5800) from 4-Mar-64 at Micheldever and unit to Eastleigh 11-Mar-64 for overhaul and removal of the Laycock Knorr brake equipment. Unit released to traffic 27-Oct-64 mounted on standard Mark 3C bogies.

Unit damaged in collision at Dartford 8-Jan-85 and withdrawn 25-Feb-85. Stripped at Chart Leacon and moved to Eastleigh 20-Mar-85, thence to Swindon 7-Jun-86. Hauled to Mayer Newman, Snailwell for scrapping 1-Oct-86 and coaches burnt as follows: 61624, 70474 and 61615 all 3-Oct-86, 70473 6-Oct-86.

5353

Unit withdrawn May‑85 and after stripping at Chart Leacon moved to Selhurst 27-Jul-85 and on to Sevenoaks. Moved to Swindon 9-Oct-85 and hauled to Mayer Newman, Snailwell for scrapping 5-Dec-85 and coaches burnt as follows: 61617, 70475 and 70476 all 9-Dec-85, 61616 on 10-Dec-85.

5354

All coaches sidescrape damaged in collision with 5145 near New Cross 3-Aug-77. Unit damaged by fire (where?) late 1978 and repaired at Wimbledon Park c.Mar‑79, back to traffic c.Jun‑79. Unit withdrawn May‑85 and initially stored at Hither Green, moved to Chart Leacon for stripping 27-Jul-85 then back to Hither Green and on to Sevenoaks 21-Sep-85. Later moved to Swindon 9-Oct-85 and hauled to Mayer Newman, Snailwell 6-Jan-86 and coaches burnt as follows: 70478 9-Jan-86, 61618 and 61619 both 10-Jan-86 and 70477 13-Jan-86.

5355

When new, TS 70479 fitted with experimental bogie mounted brake cylinders. Unit withdrawn May‑85 and stored at Sevenoaks. Moved to Swindon 30-Oct-85 and hauled to Mayer Newman, Snailwell for scrapping 11-Apr-86 and coaches burnt as follows:- 61620 14-Apr-86, 61621, 70479 and 70480 all 15-Apr-86.

5356

Laycock‑Knorr brake removed apr‑76.

Unit withdrawn 10-May-85 and to Eastleigh Airport sidings for store, moved to Swindon by 7‑86 and hauled to Mayer Newman, Snailwell for scrapping 20-Nov-86. Coaches burnt as follows:- 61623 3-Dec-86, 70482 4-Dec-86, 70481 5-Dec-86 and 61622 8-Dec-86.

5357

TS coaches 70667 and 70668 both experimentally fitted with air sprung B4 bogies at Eastleigh between 29-Dec-64 and 14-Jan-65.

One trailer damaged in collision with 4 COR 3138 at Streatham Hill 24-Dec-69 and unit to Swindon for repair, released 2-Oct-70 with 70667 back on standard bogies. TS 70668 experimentally fitted with B4 bogies Mar‑73 to c.Dec‑73.

Unit withdrawn 14-May-84 but reinstated 25-Jun-84. Unit withdrawn 16-Jul-84 and to Eastleigh Airport sidings for store, moved to Swindon by 7‑86 and hauled to Mayer Newman, Snailwell for scrapping 20-Aug-86. Coaches burnt as follows: 61989 and 70667 both 20-Aug-86, 70668 21-Aug-86 and 61990 22-Aug-86.

5358

Both TS coaches 70669 & 70670 experimentally fitted with B5 (S) bogies at Eastleigh between 19-Oct-64 and 13-Nov-64 and used for various tests including on Eastern Region (LTS lines) Apr‑79.

Unit withdrawn 11-Mar-85 and stored at Folkestone East, then to Hither Green 13-Aug-85. Hauled from Hither Green to Swindon 10-Oct-85. Moved to Mayer Newman, Snailwell for scrapping 5-Feb-86 and coaches burnt as follows: 61991 5-Feb-86, 70669 and 70670 both 7-Feb-86, 61992 25-Feb-86.

5359

Unit withdrawn 11-Mar-85 and stored at Folkestone East, then to Hither Green 13-Aug-85. Hauled from Hither Green to Swindon 10-Oct-85. Moved to Mayer Newman, Snailwell for scrapping 6-Jan-86 and coaches burnt as follows: 70671 6-Jan-86, 70672, 61993 and 61994 all 7-Jan-86.

5360

MBS 61995 and TSs 70673 & 70674 all damaged (at Gillingham?) Jan‑80 and 61995 exchanged with 61596 (ex.5343) also damaged. Undamaged 61996 exchanged with damaged 61561 (ex.5325) and formation now 61596 + 70673 + 70674 + 61561 with all coaches damaged. By Sep‑80 61561 repaired and returned to 5325 and other three coaches repaired by Oct‑80 and all three then transferred to 5343 and replaced by 61995 (own MBS returned ex.5343 and still damaged) and trailers 70455 & 70456 (also ex.5343).

Formation now was: 61995 (dam) + 70455 (dam) + 70456 + 61996 (both spare). Once 70455 repaired Feb‑81, own trailers swapped back and unit back to original formation.

Unit withdrawn May‑85 and following stripping at Chart Leacon moved to Sevenoaks for store 27-Jul-85. Moved to Hither Green, then on to Swindon 16-Oct-85. Hauled to Mayer Newman, Snailwell for scrapping 5-Dec-85 and coaches burnt as follows: 61995 5-Dec-85, 70673, 70674 and 61996 all 6-Dec-85.

5361

MBS 61997 temporarily exchanged with one MBS (61566?) ex 5328 briefly May‑73.

Unit withdrawn 14-May-84 and stored initially at Sevenoaks then Plumstead moving to Hither Green about 10-Dec-84. Hauled to Swindon 7-Aug-85 then moved to Mayer Newman, Snailwell for scrapping 31-Oct-85. Coaches burnt as follows: 61997 31-Oct-85, 70675, 70676 and 61998 all 4-Nov-85.

5362

Unit damaged about Aug-66 (details unknown) and to Eastleigh for C5 repair 4-Sep-66, released 9-Dec-66.

Unit damaged Oct‑80 (where?) and MBS 61999 exchanged with damaged 62015 (ex 5370) and unit to Slade Green for repair, reverted Nov‑80.

Unit moved from Wimbledon Park to Fratton 10-May-84 and withdrawn 14-May-84. Later moved to Swindon 16-Sep-86. Hauled to Mayer Newman, Snailwell for scrapping 20-Nov-86 and coaches burnt as follows: 62000 21-Nov-86, 70678 24-Nov-86, 70677 25-Nov-86 and 61999 27-Nov-86.

5363

Laycock‑Knorr brake removed Dec‑75.

Unit withdrawn 3-Sep-84 and after stripping stored at Fratton by 30-Dec-84. Later moved to Swindon 31-Jan-86 and hauled to Mayer Newman, Snailwell for scrapping 20-Jun-86 and coaches burnt as follows:- 62002 and 70680 both 25-Jun-86, 70679 26-Jun-86 and 62001 27-Jun-86.

5364

Unit withdrawn 1-Oct-84 and stored at Hither Green. After stripping moved to Swindon 4-Sep-85. Hauled to Mayer Newman, Snailwell for scrapping 28-Apr-86 and coaches burnt as follows: 62003 29-Apr-86, 70681 and 70682 both 30-Apr-86 and 62004 1-May-86

5365

Laycock‑Knorr brake removed Nov‑75.

Unit withdrawn 11-Mar-85 and after stripping at Chart Leacon hauled to Eastleigh for 20-Mar-85. Moved to Salisbury and on to Swindon 4-Mar-86. Hauled to Mayer Newman, Snailwell for scrapping 30-May-86 and coaches burnt as follows:- 62006 6-Jun-86, 70683 and 70684 both 9-Jun-86 and 62005 10-Jun-86.

5366

Unit withdrawn 3-Sep-84 and after stripping stored at Hither Green by 5‑85. Hauled to Swindon 4-Sep-85. Moved to Mayer Newman, Snailwell for scrapping 31-Oct-85 and coaches burnt as follows: 70686 5-Nov-85, 70685, 62007 and 62008 all 6-Nov-85.

5367

Unit withdrawn 14-Jul-84 and after stripping moved to Sevenoaks for store by 28-Aug-84. Moved to Hither Green c11‑84 and on to Swindon 24-Jul-85. Hauled to Vic Berry, Leicester for scrapping c.Nov‑85.

5368

Unit withdrawn 14-May-84 and after stripping stored at Plumstead by 28-Aug-84, moving to Hither Green 10-Dec-84. Moved to Swindon 7-Aug-85, then hauled to Mayer Newman, Snailwell for scrapping 31-Oct-85. Coaches burnt as follows:- 70690 1-Nov-85, 62012 5-Nov-85, 70689 and 62011 both 7-Nov-85.

5369

MBS 62014 and TS 70692 both damaged in sidescrape with 5227 left foul at Orpington 18-Jul-64 and unit to Lancing for repair and varnish.

Unit withdrawn 1-Oct-84 and initially stored at Hither Green. Moved to Swindon 18-Sep-85. Hauled to Mayer Newman, Snailwell for scrapping 11-Apr-86 and coaches burnt as follows: 62014 and 70692 both 16-Apr-86, 62013 and 70691 both 19-Apr-86.

5370

Unit sent to Swindon Aug‑70 for C1 overhaul, released 11-Sep-70.

Unit damaged Oct‑80 (where?) and damaged MBS 62015 exchanged with 61999 (ex.5362). Reverted Nov‑80.

Unit withdrawn 14-May-84 and stored at Wimbledon Down Yard by 6‑84 then moved to Sevenoaks. After stripping at Chart Leacon, moved to Hither Green for store 16-Aug-84. Hauled to Swindon 24-Jul-85 and on to Vic. Berry, Leicester for scrapping c.Nov‑85.

 

               

Facelifted Unit Formations (Class 415/6)

UNIT

Old No.

No.1
MBS

No.1
TS

No.2
TS

No.2
MBS

Withdrawn

 

Scrapped

Code

 

CAA

DAN

DAO

CAB

 

 

5601

5320

61550
61582

70409
70441

70410

61551
61547

12-May-93

Nov-93
MC

 

5602

5336

61582
61550

70441
70409

70442

61583

15-Feb-95

Apr-95
G

 

5603

5314

61538

70397

70398

61539

14-Nov-94

Mar-95
G

 

5604

5339

61588

70447

70448

61589

23-Mar-95

Apr-95
G

 

5605

5315

61540

70399

70400

61541

4-Jan-95

Feb-95
G

 

5606

5313

61536

70395

70396

61537

22-Feb-95

Mar-95
G

 

5607

5340

61590

70449

70450

61591

Renumbered 5626
Sep-88

 

5608

5345

61600

70460

70459

61601

Renumbered 5627
Sep-88

 

5609

5347

61604

70464

70463

61605

Renumbered 5628
Oct-88

 

5610

5328

61566

70425

70426

61567

23-Nov-94

Dec-94
G

 

5611

5330

61570

70429

70430

61571

19-Oct-94

Nov-94
G

 

5612

5316

61542

70401

70402

61543

15-Mar-95

Apr-95
G

 

5613

5311

61532

70391

70392

61533

8-Mar-95

Apr-95
G

 

5614

5318

61546

70405

70406

61547
61551

22-Mar-95

May-95
G

 

5615

5351

61612

70471

70472

61613

22-Feb-95

May-95
G

 

5616

5333

61576

70435

70436

61577

18-Jan-95

Jun-95
G

 

5617

5341

61592

70451

70452

61593

22-Mar-95

May-95
G

 

5618

5337

61584

70443

70444

61585

13-May-91

See notes

 

5619

5326

61562

70421

70422

61563

5-Jan-95

Mar-95
G

 

5620

5346

61602

70461

70462

61603

4-Jan-95

Feb-95
G

 

5621

5305

61520

70380

70379

61521

27-Jan-95

May-95
G

 

5622

5325

61560

70419

70420

61561

4-Jan-95

Mar-95
G

 

 

Units converted to 4 EPB (E) 415/7 Jan-88.

 

5623*e

5334

61578

70437

70438

61579
61584

8-Feb-95

Mar-95
G

 

5624*e

5331

61572

70431

70432

61573

1-Mar-95

Mar-95
G

 

5625*e

5349

61608

70455 [1]

70468

61609

23-Mar-95

Apr-95
G

 

 

Units converted to 4 EPB (E) 415/7 Sep & Oct-88.

 

5626*e

5607

61590

70449

70450

61591

19-Oct-94

Nov-94
G

 

5627*e

5608

61600

70460

70459

61601

23-Mar-95

May-95
G

 

5628*e

5609

61604

70464

70463

61605

19-Oct-94

Nov-94
G

 

Notes

 

G
MC

*e

#1

 

All allocated to Eversholt leasco from 1-Apr-94 except 5601, 5607‑9, 5618.

Scrapped Gwent Demolition, Margam.
Scrapped M. C. Metal Processors, St Rollox, Glasgow.

Unit fitted with express gear ratio

Modified TSO, code DAN-2B.

 


 

 

 

Individual Unit Notes

 

No.

Notes

5601

MBS 61551 exchanged with fire damaged 61547 (ex 5614) 5‑93 and unit withdrawn 12-May-93 and to Bournemouth for stripping. Unit further reformed 9‑93 and MBS 61550 & TS 70409 exchanged with 61582 & 70441 (both ex 5602) and unit to M. C. Metals, Glasgow for disposal 16-Nov-93 as:- 61582 + 70441 + 70410 + 61547. 61582 cut‑up 19-Nov-93, 70441, 70410 and 61547 all cut‑up 21-Nov-93.

5602

MBS 61582 & TS 70441 both exchanged with 61550 & 70409 (both ex.5601) Sep‑93.

Unit withdrawn 15-Feb-95 and to Chart Leacon for stripping. Hauled to Gwent Demolition, Margam for scrapping 20-Mar-95. 61550 cut‑up w/e 15-Apr-95, 70409, 70422 and 61583 all cut‑up w/e 22-Apr-95.

5603

Unit hit by ‘runaway’ 10-car train led by 4314 at Grove Park ?-Sep-94 and damaged. Stored at Plumstead until withdrawn 14-Nov-94. Moved to Wimbledon Park then on to Bournemouth for stripping 13-Dec-94 and hauled to Gwent Demolition, Margam for scrapping 26-Feb-95. All coaches cut‑up w/e 18-Mar-95.

5604

Unit withdrawn 23-Mar-95 and stored at Victoria, moved to Chart Leacon 31-Mar-95 then Eastleigh 11-Apr-95 for stripping and hauled to Gwent Demolition, Margam for scrapping 24-Apr-95. All coaches cut‑up w/e 29-Apr-95.

5605

Unit withdrawn 4-Jan-95 at Grove Park and moved to Bournemouth for stripping and hauled to Gwent Demolition, Margam for scrapping 30-Jan-95. All coaches cut‑up w/e 11-Feb-95.

5606

Unit withdrawn 22-Feb-95 and moved to Bournemouth for stripping and hauled to Gwent Demolition, Margam for scrapping 24-Mar-95. All coaches cut‑up w/e 1-Apr-95.

5607

Unit fitted with express gear ratio motor bogies Sep‑88 and renumbered 5626.

5608

Unit fitted with express gear ratio motor bogies Sep‑88 and renumbered 5627.

5609

Unit fitted with express gear ratio motor bogies Oct‑88 and renumbered 5628.

5610

MBS 61566 damaged by fire (where?) c.Nov‑89 but repaired.

Unit withdrawn 23-Nov-94 and moved to Bournemouth for stripping and hauled to Gwent Demolition, Margam for scrapping 13-Dec-94. 61567, 70425 and 70426 all cut‑up w/e 24-Dec-94, 61566 cut‑up w/e 14-Jan-95.

5611

Unit withdrawn 19-Oct-94 and moved to Bournemouth for stripping and hauled to Gwent Demolition, Margam for scrapping 8-Nov-94. All coaches cut‑up w/e 19-Nov-94.

5612

Unit withdrawn 15-Mar-95 and moved to Chart Leacon for stripping then Tonbridge for store. Hauled to Gwent Demolition, Margam for scrapping 3-Apr-95. 61543 cut‑up w/e 8-Apr-95, 70401, 70402 and 61542 all cut‑up w/e 15-Apr-95.

5613

Unit withdrawn 8-Mar-95 and to Chart Leacon for stripping. Hauled to Gwent Demolition, Margam for scrapping 20-Mar-95. 70391, 70392 and 61532 all cut‑up w/e 22-Apr-95, 61533 cut‑up w/e 29-Apr-95

5614

MBS 61547 damaged by fire at Gillingham 4‑93, and exchanged with 61551 (ex 5601). Unit withdrawn 22-Mar-95 and stored at Victoria, moved to Chart Leacon 31-Mar-95 then Eastleigh 11-Apr-95 for stripping and hauled to Gwent Demolition, Margam for scrapping 24-Apr-95. All coaches cut‑up w/e 6-May-95.

5615

Unit withdrawn 22-Feb-95 and moved to Bournemouth for stripping and hauled to Gwent Demolition, Margam for scrapping 24-Mar-95. All coaches cut‑up w/e 8-May-95.

5616

Unit withdrawn 18-Jan-95 and moved to Eastleigh for stripping and hauled to Gwent Demolition, Margam for scrapping 28-Mar-95. 61576 and 70435 both cut‑up w/e 27-May-95, 61577 and 70436 both cut‑up w/e 3-Jun-95.

5617

Unit withdrawn 22-Mar-95 at Slade Green and moved to Chart Leacon 3-Apr-95 then Eastleigh 11-Apr-95 for stripping and hauled to Gwent Demolition, Margam for scrapping 24-Apr-95. All coaches cut‑up w/e 6-May-95.

5618

Unit involved in Cannon Street buffer stop collision 8-Jan-91 and withdrawn 13-May-91.

MBS 61584 subsequently to 5623 1‑92 and exchanged with damaged 61579. Both MBS 61579 and TS 70443 then formed with 15031 & 14061 (both ex.5484) for disposal, stored at Eastleigh then to Bournemouth for stripping 14-Jul-92 and back to Eastleigh 7-Aug-92 until moved to M. C. Metals, Glasgow for scrapping 2-Oct-92, arriving 24-Nov-92 and cut‑up as follows:- 14061 and 70443 4-Dec-92, 15031 and 61579 5-Dec-92. Both 61585 and damaged 70444 both moved to Mayer Parry, Snailwell by road for scrapping, 61585 arriving 1-Apr-92, and 70444 c.May‑92.

5619

Unit damaged in derailment at Grove Park Up Sidings 30-Nov-94 and withdrawn 5-Jan-95 and moved to Bournemouth for stripping. Hauled to Gwent Demolition, Margam for scrapping 26-Feb-95 and all coaches cut‑up w/e 18-Mar-95.

5620

Unit withdrawn 4-Jan-95 at Grove Park and moved to Bournemouth for stripping and hauled to Gwent Demolition, Margam for scrapping 6-Feb-95. 61602 cut‑up w/e 11-Feb-95, 70461, 70462 and 61603 all cut‑up w/e 18-Feb-95.

5621

Unit withdrawn 27-Jan-95 and moved to Bournemouth 28-Mar-95 for stripping. Hauled to Weymouth for use in an accident exercise 13-Apr-95, then hauled to Gwent Demolition, Margam for scrapping 1-May-95. All coaches cut‑up w/e 13-May-95.

5622

Unit withdrawn 4-Jan-95 and moved to Bournemouth for stripping and hauled to Gwent Demolition, Margam for scrapping 20-Feb-95. All coaches cut‑up w/e 11-Mar-95.

5623

Unit in collision with 4 CAP 3208 at Grove Park 4-Aug-91 and MBS 61579 damaged and withdrawn 2‑92. Exchanged in 1‑92 with 61584 (ex withdrawn 5618). Unit withdrawn 8-Feb-95 and to Chart Leacon for stripping. Hauled to Gwent Demolition, Margam for scrapping 13-Mar-95. 70438 and 61584 both cut‑up w/e 25-Mar-95, 61578 and 70437 both cut‑up w/e 1-Apr-95.

5624

Unit withdrawn 1-Mar-95 and to Chart Leacon for stripping. Hauled to Gwent Demolition, Margam for scrapping 13-Mar-95. All coaches cut‑up w/e 25-Mar-95.

5625

Unit included trailer 70455, this coach ex bomb damage repairs near Cannon Street 4-Mar-76, this coach with non-standard interior fittings and seating units. (code DAN‑2B). Unit withdrawn 23-Mar-95 and moved to Chart Leacon for stripping then Tonbridge for store. Hauled to Gwent Demolition, Margam for scrapping 3-Apr-95. All coaches cut‑up w/e 15-Apr-95.

5626

Unit withdrawn 19-Oct-94 and moved to Wimbledon Park then Bournemouth for stripping and hauled to Gwent Demolition, Margam for scrapping 8-Nov-94. 61590 cut‑up w/e 19-Nov-94, 70449, 70450 and 61591 all cut‑up w/e 19-Nov-94.

5627

Unit withdrawn 23-Mar-95 at Slade Green and moved to Chart Leacon 3-Apr-95 for stripping. Hauled to Gwent Demolition, Margam for scrapping 4-May-95. 61600 and 70460 both cut‑up w/e 20-May-95, 61601 and 70459 both cut‑up w/e 27-May-95.

5628

Unit withdrawn 19-Oct-94 and moved to Clapham Yard then Bournemouth for stripping and hauled to Gwent Demolition, Margam for scrapping 15-Nov-94. All coaches cut‑up w/e 2-Dec-94.

 

 

 

3R Tadpole Units
4 EPB units formed following re-deployment of the 2-EPB Motor Coaches

Following the formation of the Tadpole units the BR-type 2-EPB motor coaches 65300 and 65310 from 2-EPB units 5701 and 5711 along with two ex-Sub augmentation trailers (so both had trailers had compartments) were formed into 4-EPB no. 5261.

Motor coaches 65303 and 65308 from 2-EPB units 5704 and 5709 along with one ex-Sub augmentation trailer and a spare SR EPB trailer were formed into 4 EPB no. 5262.  This unit was later reformed with SR EPB motor coach 14205 in place of 65308, which went to 4-EPB no.5302 via 2 HAP 6151.

Although formed using BR-type 2 EPB motor coaches 4 EPB units 5261 and 5262 were numbered in the SR-type EPB numbering series.

65307 from 2-EPB 5708 was used to replace a damaged motor coach in 4-EPB unit no.5247. Later on 65307 went to 2-EPB unit no.5769 to replace a motor coach written off in a collision.

Only 2-EPB unit no.5710 was reformed with 65309 coupled to spare driving trailer 75636. 

 

 

Thanks go to author John Atkinson with contributions and editorial from C. Watts

 

 

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[1] = Modified TSO, code DAN-2B.