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British Railways Southern Region conversion
6 COR

(Nos.3027 & 3041–3050)

 

6 COR unit (with ex.6 PUL motorcoach leading) passes Grove Park depot on the Down Fast. The headcode appears to be displayed in reverse. This scene today is relatively unchanged save the carriage washer which has moved.

© BloodandCustard

 

BR conversions of SR stock

1.         A six-car push-pull test unit which continued to carry ex.6 PAN unit no.3027 on its motorcoaches. This test unit was disbanded in October 1964 and its coaches either disposed of or used in 6TC unit no.601. Although not designated as a 6 COR unit, this ex.6 PAN unit contained no catering vehicles.

2.         From 13th October 1964 a ‘new’ 6 COR unit (also numbered 3027) was formed to replace damaged 6 PUL no.3009 for use on the Central Division. This unit comprising vehicles from units nos.3009, 3014 & 3018.

3.         Subsequent to this, ten ‘new’ 6 COR units were formed from the best of the former 6 PUL and 6 PAN vehicles for use on the South Eastern Division. These units were numbered 3041 to 3050.

 

Push-Pull Test Trials

Six-Car Test Unit no.3027

A scratch six-car test unit was formed by April 1964 at Micheldever for push-pull trials on the SED in connection with the Bournemouth electrification scheme. Devoid of catering vehicles, it did not run in passenger service and was numbered 3027 (these numbers being already carried on the ex.6 PAN MBS coaches upon its formation).

The shoebeams were removed and the unit used for some starting tests on Sole Street Bank. On completion of testing the six-car test unit was stored at Blackheath, arriving there 30th June 1964. It was moved to Wimbledon Park about 22nd August 1964.

Push-Pull Test Unit no.3027

Unit

MBS

TSK

TFK

TCK

TSK

MBS

Disbanded

Diag. no.

2107

2010

2506

2309

2010

2107

 

3027

11068

10014

12266

11768

10009

11069

Oct-64

Apr-64

(3027)

(3020)

(3027)

(3017)

(3017)

(3027)

 

 

When testing was completed, six-car test unit no.3027 was sent to Micheldever for store (arriving there by 4th October 1964). TSK coaches 10009 and 10014 also TCK 11768 were taken to Eastleigh 11th January 1965 for conversion and overhaul for use in 6 TC unit 601.

The other three vehicles, MBS coaches 11068 and 11069 with TFK 12266 remained at Micheldever. All three had been earmarked for use in the proposed Oxted line push‑pull sets; coaches 11069 & 12266 for ‘Set 301’, and 11068 for ‘Set 302’ but none were so used. MBS 11068 disposal unknown (probably to Bird Group, Bynea circa October 1965), MBS 11069 scrapped by Bird Group, Bynea October 1965, moved from Basingstoke 16th October 1965. TFK 12266 stored as loose vehicle until withdrawn 21st October 1967 when underframe used for crane‑runner DS70276.

 

 

Central Division 6 COR unit no.3027 at Haywards Heath on the rear of the 10:00hrs Ore to Victoria service on 18th August 1965.

This 6 COR unit no.3027 was formed 13th October 1964 as a hasty replacement for unit no.3009 (which was damaged at Lovers Walk depot) and was disbanded in September 1965. 

The original 6 PAN unit no.3027 was withdrawn on 10th January 1964 and the motor coaches (carrying number ‘3027’) were formed into a six-car unit for push-pull testing between April and October 1964 thence to store at Micheldever.

© Chris Wilson collection

 

Central Division
6 COR Unit no.3027

‘New’ unit number 3027 was formed from 13th October 1964 to replace damaged 6 PUL no.3009 (as follows) and was used in passenger service. It was classified 6 COR because of the lack of catering facilities and remained on the Central Division.

Some first-class seating in one TCK was usually downgraded to second-class due to the excess amount of first-class in this formation.

Unit no.3027

Unit

MBS

TSK

TCK

TCK

TCK

MBS

Disbanded

Diag. no.

2112

2010

2309

2309

2309

2112

 

3027

11068

10010

11769

11757

11758

11035

Sep-65

13-Oct-64

(3009)

(3009)

(3009)

(3014)

(3014)

(3018)

 

 

The three vehicles from unit no.3009 came straight from service, those from unit nos.3014 and 3018 had been in store at Micheldever then Farnham for some months for use in ‘push-pull’ tests; all three used in no.3027 having been earmarked for use in the proposed Oxted line push-pull Set no.307. In this formation the unit seated 90 first and 244 second, though with one TCK downgraded to all second seating 54; the unit total became 60 first and 274 second. It weighed 261 tons and was 392' 2" long.

This unit was disbanded in September 1965 and sent to Micheldever for storage, the MBS coaches being withdrawn and the trailers all stored as loose stock, all four being condemned 21st October 1967. MBS coaches 11018 and 11035 hauled to Andover for storage 14th December 1965, then to Wimbledon Park for stripping 5th January 1966 and subsequently stored at Barnes.

Hauled from Barnes to Clapham Yard 25th March 1966 and moved to A. King Ltd, Wymondham in April 1966 for scrapping. All four trailers sold 6th April 1968 for scrapping to Armytage, Sheepbridge moving from Basingstoke 17th April 1968, no.10010 arriving in yard 13th May 1968 and the three TCK coaches all arriving 17th May 1968. These were cut-up as follows: 10010 on 21st May 1968, 11769 on 24th May 1968, 11758 on 27th May 1968 and 11757 on 29th May 1968.

 

 

Working a Victoria to Ramsgate service (c.1967) 6 COR units nos.3045 & 3047 between Rainham and Newington. These were the only two 6 COR units to utilise 6 PAN motorcoaches.

The shorter 59’ TFK (4th car back) is somewhat noticeable.

© Chris Wilson collection

 

South Eastern Division
6 COR Units nos.3041 ‑ 3050

Following the introduction of new 4 CIG and 4 BIG units on Brighton line services from 1965, the 6 PUL and 6 PAN units were progressively taken out of service and disbanded and some vehicles were withdrawn, others put into store. Late in 1965 and into 1966 ten ‘new’ units were formed from the best of the former 6 PUL and 6 PAN vehicles and were known as 6 COR units. The first three formed (nos.3044 /3045 /3046) were taken to Micheldever where the reforming was carried out, then to Eastleigh for overhaul and renumbering. Coaches for no.3049 were formed-up at Wimbledon Park prior to overhaul at Eastleigh and no.3048 was put together at Eastleigh during its overhaul. Units nos.3041 /3042 /3043 /3050 were reformed at Lovers Walk with two additional 6 PAN trailers ex. Eastleigh overhaul inserted into 6 PUL formations.

The 6 COR units were intended for use mainly on summer relief trains, being held as a contingency against late delivery of new stock for the Bournemouth Electrification Scheme to enable newer stock to be released to cover on that line. However, new timetables on the South Eastern Division from July 1967 required an increase in stock and these units were then diagrammed there, an area where this type of stock had not worked before; they were not compatible with the other more modern stock in use on these lines and were not very popular with the crews.

The first few units formed were used initially on 6 PAN diagrams on the Central division owing to late deliveries of new 4 CIG and 4 BIG units. Unit no.3043 was used, coupled to no.3051 on a ‘Brighton Belle’ working on 25th June 1966. However, the units were not diagrammed on the South Eastern Division (SED) until the July 1967 timetable change from 10th July 1967; in the meantime, spending much of their time in store at various locations on the Central Division and seeing occasional use on relief and special trains.

To allow the units to work on the South Eastern Division (which had some loading gauge restrictions) the roof-board brackets were removed from the cantrail level on all vehicles. Driver training commenced on the SED in June 1967 with nos.3041 /3042 and nos.3045 /3047. Unit nos. 3046 and 3049 were used in traffic there 17th June 1967. From the new timetable, four pairs of units were required, mostly only working a few trips per day (into London during the morning and back in the evening) and with odd additional special and relief trains as fill-in workings. Units nos.3041 /3042, 3044 /3048, 3045 /3049 and 3046 /3047 were in use on the first day. Maintenance was carried out at Streatham Hill depot, with other attention at Stewarts Lane and Ramsgate.

The need for these units soon declined with the delivery of some of the second batch of 4 VEP units onto the Bournemouth line, thereby releasing 2 HAP units from the SWD back to the SED. The new timetable on the SED performed poorly as some of the extra trains added overloaded line capacity. The slower performance of the 6 COR units was seen as a factor too and they were replaced as soon as alternative stock was available. With diagrams officially altered in September 1967 when they were relegated to mostly relief and special workings. The trailer composites downgraded to trailer seconds when units were formed were officially recorded as altered from 18th May 1968, though the units were already being little used by that date.

Units nos.3042 /3045 were back in use on the Central Division briefly in May 1968, whilst nos.3041 & 3046 were among the last to work late in 1968, making a surprise return the Central Division for a while in early October covering for a shortage of 4 COR units. The units were not diagrammed very intensively and spent long periods in store and consequently had relatively short lives, all being withdrawn for scrapping in the latter part of 1968, though underframes from some vehicles were salvaged and used as the basis of long‑welded rail carrying wagons.

 

On a London-bound train two 6 COR units pass Gillingham’s car sheds. An EPB formation is waiting to depart the depot.

© Alan Brierly

 

Formations

The units were all to the same formation of MBS+TSK+TSK+TFK+TSK+MBS but were formed in several different ways and were numbered 3041 to 3050. All units had standard seating capacities and dimensions except the first (no.3041), which included four vehicles from former 6 CITY unit no.3041 which made it non‑standard. Unit no.3041 was 383' 2" long and seated 42 first and 288 second and was made up as follows:

MBS, one of the prototype 56-seat motor coaches ex.6 CITY 3041.

TSK, one of the downgraded 6 CITY firsts seating 56 second.

TSK, a former 6 CITY composite (already downgraded ex.first in 1947) and now further downgraded to all second seating 56.

TFK, a former 6 PAN vehicle seating 42 first.

TSK, a former 6 PAN vehicle seating 68 second.

MBS, a standard 52 seat 6 PUL vehicle.

Unit no.3041 weighed 247 tons and was formed as follows. Unit numbers in brackets are the former unit in which each vehicle had run, and the date under the unit number was when the reformed unit entered service.

 

Unit no.3041

Unit

MBS

TSK

TSK+

TFK

TSK

MBS

Withdrawn

Diag. no.

2112

2016

2319

2506

2010

2109

 

3041

11041

10113

11862

12273

10048

11001

28-Dec-68

13-Oct-64

(3041)

(3041)

(3041)

(3034)

(3034)

(3041)

 

 

Notes

 

+

ex.TCK diag. no.2319

 

The remaining nine units were all 392' 2" long and seated 42 first and 304 second. Six units (nos.3042 /3043 /3044 /3046 /3049 & 3050) comprised former 6 PUL MBS (52 seats), 6 PUL TSK (68 seats), 6 PUL TCK now downgraded to all second with eight compartments seating eight (64 seats), 6 PAN TFK (42 first class seats), 6 PAN TSK (68 seats) and a further 6 PUL MBS; these units weighed 251 tons.

Unit nos.3045 &d 3047 were complete 6 PAN units with the pantry car replaced by a former 6 PUL TCK now downgraded to all second (64 seats); these two units weighed 247½ tons. Unit no.3048 was similar to nos.3045 & 3047 but the original 6 PAN unit MBS coaches were replaced by two from a former 6 PUL unit, this unit also weighed 247½ tons.

Unit formations are shown below (with similar details to no.3041 above) and release dates from Eastleigh below unit number:

Units nos.3042 - 3050

Unit

MBS

TSK

TSK+

TFK

TSK

MBS

Withdrawn

Diag. no.

2112

2010

2309

2506

2010

2112

 

3042

11012

10011

11772

12268

10037

11011

28-Dec-68

Jun-66

(3006)

(3006)

(3006)

(3029)

(3029)

(3006)

 

3043

11043

10017

11783

12260

10021

11044

7-Sep-68

May-66

(3001)

(3001)

(3001)

(3021)

(3021)

(3001)

 

3044

11020

10016

11781

12262

10026

11019

28-Dec-68

3-Dec-65

(3010)

(3010)

(3010)

(3023)

(3023)

(3010)

 

3045

11077#

10039

11782

12269

10040

11072 #

28-Dec-68

19-Nov-65

(3030)

(3030)

(3010)

(3030)

(3030)

(3030)

 

3046

11004

10002

11754

12263

10025

11003

28-Dec-68

14-Jan-66

(3002)

(3002)

(3002)

(3024)

(3023)

(3002)

 

3047

11062#

10049

11753

12274

10050

11061 #

28-Dec-68

28-Jan-66

(3035)

(3035)

(3002)

(3035)

(3035)

(3035)

 

3048

11022

10035

11756

12267

10036

11021

28-Dec-68

25-Mar-66

(3011)

(3028)

(3003)

(3028)

(3028)

(3011)

 

3049

11029

10005

11759

12265

10032

11030

28-Dec-68

18-Feb-66

(3015)

(3015)

(3015)

(3026)

(3026)

(3015)

 

3050

11010

10008

11766

12261

10024

11009

7-Sep-68

May-66

(3005)

(3005)

(3005)

(3022)

(3022)

(3005)

 

 

Notes

 

+

ex.TCK diag. no.2319

#

MBS diag. no.2107

 

 

Circa 2nd half 1967 and two twelve-car trains both formed of two number 6 COR units pass Gillingham Signalbox (which still exists although the railway cottages opposite have long gone). On the right is the now closed branch to Chatham Dockyard.

© Alan Brierly

 

Liveries
Units nos.3042 - 3050

All units were given a light overhaul at Eastleigh and finished in green livery with yellow panels now being applied to cab fronts.

Unit nos.3042 and 3045 arrived at Eastleigh 8th January 1968 for overhaul, were repainted into all-blue livery with full-yellow ends and fitted with two‑tone horns; no.3042 released 30th January 1968 whilst unit no.3045 was not ready until 5th April 1968 with a C3 overhaul being done on the two MBS coaches (unit no.3048 also done); all others remaining green until withdrawal although most also had two‑tone horns fitted.

It is believed the repainted trailers of no.3045 were out-berthed at Micheldever for a while whilst the MBS coaches were being overhauled at Eastleigh. Withdrawn units were taken to Selhurst for electrical stripping prior to sale for disposal, many then being stored for a while at Micheldever.

 

On a Ramsgate train two 6 COR units pass Gillingham’s car sheds. An EPB formation is waiting to depart the depot.

© Alan Brierly

 

Sample Diagrams for 6 COR units
(Summer of 1968)

All South Eastern Division workings were booked to be formed of two number 6 COR (twelve coaches).

 

1.

 

2

SX from 22-Jul

arr

dep

 

SX from 22-Jul

arr

dep

Stewarts Lane

 

08†10

 

Stewarts Lane

 

09†28

Bromley South

08†45

08.50

 

Bromley South

09†48

09.50

Ramsgate

10.25

17.55

 

Ramsgate

11.25

18.55

Victoria

19.56

20†08

 

Victoria

20.45

21†05

Stewarts Lane

20†16

 

 

Stewarts Lane

21†10

 

Berth

(10†03MX,

 

 

Berth

(09†28)

 

 

12†50SO)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

3a.

 

3b.

SX from 10-Jun

arr

dep

 

SX from 22-Jul

arr

dep

Stewarts Lane        

 

10†03

 

Ramsgate

 

19.35

Victoria   

10†11

10.26

 

Victoria

21.23

21†35

Ramsgate

12.18

 

 

Stewarts Lane

21†43

 

SX from 10-Jun to 19-Jul

 

 

 

Berth

(08†10MX,

 

Ramsgate

19†00

 

 

 

09†47SO)

 

Stewarts Lane

20†44

 

 

 

 

 

Berth

(10†03MX,

 

 

 

 

 

 

12†50SO)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

4.

 

5.

 

arr

dep

 

 

arr

dep

Streatham Hill            

 

21†05

 

Stewarts Lane

 

22†32

Stewarts Lane

21†28

 

 

Streatham Hill

22†??

 

Berth

 

 

 

Berth

 

 

 

 

6.

 

7.

FO from 14-Jun

arr

dep

 

SO from 15-Jun

arr

dep

Stewarts Lane

 

18†17

 

Ramsgate

 

09†50

Victoria

18†26

18.37

 

Margate

10†00

10R30

Ramsgate

20.27

 

 

Victoria

12.13

12.26

Berth

 

 

 

Ramsgate

14.15

17.05

 

 

 

 

Victoria

18.45

19†08

 

 

 

 

Stewarts Lane

19†16

 

 

 

 

 

Berth

(see STN)

 

 

 

8.

 

9.

SO from 15-Jun

arr

dep

 

SO from 15-Jun

arr

dep

Stewarts Lane

 

09†47

 

Stewarts Lane

 

12†50

Victoria

09†57

10.26

 

Victoria

12†58

13.26

Ramsgate

12.18

13.05

 

Ramsgate

15.15

17.57

Victoria

14.45

15.26

 

Victoria

19.45

19†56

Ramsgate

17.15

19.30

 

Stewarts Lane        

20†05

 

Victoria

21.22

21†38

 

Berth

(09†28MO

 

Stewarts Lane

21†46

 

 

 

from 22-Jul)

 

Berth

(08†10MO

 

 

 

 

 

 

from 22-Jul)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

In store at Lancing in 1969, 6 COR unit no.3047 has already turned its last wheel in revenue earning service. Unit no.3047 was one of two 6 COR units formed with ex-6 PAN motorcoaches, the other being unit no.3045.

© Chris Wilson collection (photographer John Vaughan)

 

 

Disposal Details
Units nos.3041-3050

Unit No.

Details

Notes

58' 0" underframes from TFK vehicles were used for the outer end vehicles of the welded‑rail carrying wagons DB975500‑7

63' 6" underframes from TSK vehicles were used for intermediate wagons DB975508‑18. (this number series went higher using underframes from 4 COR / 4BUF stock also)

It is believed that their bodies were scrapped at Hoo Jct. (possibly at Queenborough) and the underframes then fitted out at Stewarts Lane.

3041

Unit hauled Selhurst to Basingstoke 19‑Mar‑69 for stripping at Eastleigh, then stored at Micheldever.

MBS nos.11041 & 11001 scrapped by J. Cashmore Ltd, Newport, (ex. Basingstoke 19‑Jun‑69).

TFK 12273 underframe used for DB975507. (to Hoo Jct 21‑Oct‑70).

TSK 10048 underframe used for DB975513. (to Hoo Jct c.15‑Feb‑70).

TSK nos.10113 & 11862 scrapped by T. J. Thomson, Stockton (ex. Micheldever c.17‑Nov‑69).

3042

Unit stripped at Selhurst then stored at Micheldever by May-69.

MBS nos.11011 & 11012 stored at Waddon Marsh Gas Siding, moved to Basingstoke c.15‑Jun‑69.

MBS nos.11011 & 11012 scrapped by J. Cashmore Ltd, Newport, (ex. Basingstoke 19‑Jun‑69).

TFK 12268 underframe used for DB975504. (to Hoo Jct. 20‑Dec‑69)

TSK 10037 underframe used for DB975511. (to Hoo Jct. 20‑Dec‑69)

TSK nos.10011 & 11772 scrapped by T.J. Thomson, Stockton (ex. Micheldever c.17‑Nov‑69).

3043

Whole unit sold to T. J. Thomson, Stockton, (ex. Selhurst 22‑Jan‑69).

3044

Unit ran Stewarts Lane to Lancing 1‑Feb‑69, and moved back to Purley for a few days in Apr-69, going to Selhurst under own power 10‑May‑69 for stripping. Moved to Gatwick in Jun-69, then on to Micheldever.

        TFK 12262 underframe used for DB975502. (to Hoo Jct 21‑Oct‑70).

        TSK 10026 underframe used for DB975518. (to Hoo Jct 21‑Oct‑70).

        Other four vehicles all scrapped by T.J. Thomson, Stockton (ex. Micheldever c.17‑Nov‑69).

3045

Unit stripped at Selhurst then stored at Micheldever by May-69.

        MBS nos.11072 & 11077 stored at Waddon Marsh Gas Siding, moved to Basingstoke c.15‑Jun‑69.

        MBS nos.11072 & 11077 scrapped by J. Cashmore Ltd, Newport, (ex. Basingstoke 19‑Jun‑69).

        TFK 12269 underframe used for DB975505. (to Hoo Jct. 20‑Dec‑69).

        TSK's 10039 and 10040 underframes used for DB975508 and DB975509. (to Hoo Jct. 20‑Dec‑69).

        TSK 11782 scrapped by T.J. Thomson, Stockton (ex. Micheldever c.17‑Nov‑69).

3046

Unit ran Stewarts Lane to Lancing 1‑Feb‑69 and back to Selhurst under own power 10‑May‑69. Unit subsequently stored at Micheldever after stripping.

        TFK 12263 underframe used for DB975503. (to Hoo Jct. 21‑Oct‑70).

        TSK 10025 underframe used for DB975516. (to Hoo Jct. 21‑Oct‑70).

        Other four vehicles all scrapped by T.J. Thomson, Stockton (ex. Micheldever c.17‑Nov‑69).

3047

Unit believed moved to store at Ford 25‑Jan‑69, certainly there in Sep-69. Returned to Selhurst for stripping and then hauled to Clapham Yard 19‑Dec‑69, moving to Micheldever a few days later.

        MBS nos.11061 & 11062 also TSK 11753 all scrapped by J. Cashmore Ltd, Newport (ex.Micheldever 20‑Jan‑70).

        TFK 12274 underframe used for DB975500. (to Hoo Jct. c.15‑Feb‑70).

        TSK nos.10049 & 10050 underframes used for DB975515 and DB975514. (to Hoo Jct. 5‑Apr‑70).

977514 later renumbered in internal user series as 083656 at Tattenham Corner, sold for preservation to Swanage Railway Jul‑99, scrapped at Norden 10‑Jan‑05 by S & W Recycling, Weymouth.

3048

Unit hauled Selhurst to Basingstoke 19‑Mar‑69 for stripping at Eastleigh, then stored at Micheldever.

        MBS nos.11021 & 11022 scrapped by J. Cashmore Ltd, Newport, (ex. Basingstoke 19‑Jun‑69).

        TFK 12267 underframe used for DB975506. (to Hoo Jct. 21‑Oct‑70).

        TSK 10035 underframe used for DB975512. (to Hoo Jct. c.15‑Feb‑70).

        TSK 10036 underframe used for DB975517. (to Hoo Jct. 21‑Oct‑70).

        TSK 11756 scrapped by T.J. Thomson, Stockton (ex. Micheldever c.17‑Nov‑69).

Note
(3049 /3050)

Both units nos.3049 and 3050 were noted stored at New Cross Gate in mid‑Dec-67, then moving to Norwood Yard. At Stewarts Lane in Mar-68 before returning to Norwood Yard and remaining there until Jun-68, though unit no.3049 was back in use again in Sep-68.

3049

Unit believed moved to store at Ford 25‑Jan‑69, certainly there in Sep-69. Returned to Selhurst for stripping and thence to Clapham Yard 19‑Dec‑69, moving to Micheldever a few days later.

        MBS nos.11029 & 11030 and TSK nos.10005 & 11759 all scrapped by J. Cashmore Ltd, Newport (ex. Micheldever 20‑Jan‑70).

        TFK 12265 underframe used for DB975501. (to Hoo Jct. c.15‑Feb‑70).

        TSK 10032 underframe used for DB975510. (to Hoo Jct. c.15‑Feb‑70).

3050

Whole unit sold to T. J. Thomson, Stockton, (ex. Selhurst 22‑Jan‑69).

 

 

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