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Southern
SECR Birdcage Sets
(515 - 640)

 

Birdcage Brake Third no.S3291S  on 30th May 1955 when it was in set no.519. Latterly it was in set no.900 which was a lengthened set (no.519 renumbered when the Mk1 3-Sets were delivered). Location is believed to be Lancing as this was the date of its withdrawal (it was replaced in Set no.600 by S3589S).
© Joe Kent (Glen Woods collection)

Birdcage Brake Third no.S3291S  on 30th May 1955 when it was in set no.519. Latterly it was in set no.900 which was a lengthened set (no.519 renumbered when the Mk1 3-Sets were delivered). Location is believed to be Lancing as this was the date of its withdrawal (it was replaced in Set no.600 by S3589S).

© Joe Kent (Glen Woods collection)

 

Trio ‘A’ Sets
(SR 529-542 & 563-565)

There were two versions of the trio ‘A’ sets. All employed 54’ 1” composite coaches but the first version had 50’1” brake coaches instead of 54’1”. During construction there was also an alteration to the bodywork styling.

The ‘Birdcage’ ‘A’ sets were introduced by the South Eastern & Chatham Railway (SE&CR) between 1909 and 1910. Thirty-seven sets were built by Ashford Works and Metropolitan Amalgamated RC&W (later Metro-Cammell).

Each three-coach set comprised:

Brake Lavatory Composite (2nd /3rd class) which was later declassified to Brake Lavatory Third 6-compartment 50’1” over body (SE&CR diag. no.162).

Lavatory Composite 7-compartment 54’1” over body (SE&CR diag. nos.314).

Brake Third 6-compartment 50’1” over body (SE&CR diag. no.155).

and

Brake Lavatory Composite (2nd /3rd class) which was later declassified to Brake Lavatory Third 6-compartment 54’1” over body (SE&CR diag. no. 158)

Lavatory Composite 7-compartment 54’1” over body (SE&CR diag. no. 313)

Brake Composite 7-compartment 54’1” over body (SE&CR diag. no. 159).

Sets 104–107 (renumbered 124–127 during 1915) were originally constructed as four-coach with an additional composite (1063-1066). With the exception of set 127 (Southern Railway set 674) these were reduced to three-coach c.1917. So, also constructed were:

Composite 7-compartment 50’1” over body (SE&CR Diagram no.304). Built in 1910 and intended to provide four-coach sets.

In terms of greater details on these Trio ‘A’ sets there is much recommended reading by historical authors David Gould and Mike King.

 

Trio ‘B’ Sets
(SR 515-528)

Details to be added in due course.

Each three-coach set comprised:

Brake Lavatory Composite (2nd /3rd class) which was later declassified to Brake Lavatory Third

Lavatory Composite

Brake Third

In terms of greater details on these Trio ‘B’ sets there is some recommended reading by historical authors David Gould and Mike King.

 

An unidentified Birdcage trio leads the coaching sets of this ‘Holiday Extra’ Victoria - Kent Coast express. Photographed near Bickley Junction on Saturday, 1st July 1950, Schools class locomotive is no.30918 'Hurstpierpoint'.
That the third coach appears not to have a roof observatory suggests the set could possibly be Trio ‘C’ set no.571.
© Ben Brooksbank (Geograph/CC-by-SA)

An unidentified Birdcage trio leads the coaching sets of this ‘Holiday Extra’ Victoria - Kent Coast express. Photographed near Bickley Junction on Saturday, 1st July 1950, Schools class locomotive is no.30918 'Hurstpierpoint'.

That the third coach appears not to have a roof observatory suggests the set could possibly be Trio ‘C’ set no.571.

© Ben Brooksbank (Geograph/CC-by-SA)

 

Trio ‘C’ Sets
(SR 567-638)

The 60ft three-coach ‘Birdcage’ ‘C’ sets were introduced by the South Eastern & Chatham Railway (SE&CR) between 1912 and 1915. Built by Ashford Works, Metropolitan Amalgamated RC&W (later Metro-Cammell) and Cravens at ten-feet longer than previous builds, these sixty-two sets were the most numerous type of ‘Birdcage’ design.

Each three-coach set comprised:

Brake Lavatory Composite (2nd /3rd class) which was later declassified to Brake Lavatory Third (SE&CR Diagram no.162)

Lavatory Composite (1st /2nd class) which was declassified to Lavatory Composite 1st /3rd class (SE&CR diag nos.314 & 315 /SR diag. nos.2314 & 2315). These Composites were built in batches with two distinct body side variations. The first batch (diag no.314) had two wide sidelights on each side for the central saloon; the later batch diag no.315) had one wide, one narrow sidelight and one droplight for the central saloon

Brake Third (SE&CR Diagram no.160).

The final ten ‘C’ sets were steel-panelled following on from coach 1319 (SR 5494); coach 1336 (SR 3464) was not equipped with a birdcage and had two end windows instead.

This page includes a list of the Birdcage ‘C’ sets including their original SECR numbers; the Southern Railway renumbered both the individual coach and set numbers between 1923 and 1929.

In terms of greater details on these Trio ‘C’ sets there is much recommended reading by historical authors David Gould and Mike King.

 

Trio ‘D’ Sets
(SE&CR 128-130)

Details to be added in due course.

Each three-coach set comprised:

Brake Lavatory Composite (2nd /3rd class) which was later declassified to Brake Lavatory Third

Lavatory Composite

Brake Third

In terms of greater details on these Trio ‘D’ sets there is some recommended reading by historical authors David Gould and Mike King.

 

 

Birdcage stock on an Oxted line train leaving London Bridge (Central)
On Thursday 30th September 1948, train engine is ex.LBSCR L.B. Billinton J2 class 4-6-2T no. 32326 (built March 1912 as no. 326 'Bessborough', withdrawn June 1951). 
© Ben Brooksbank (Geograph/CC-by-SA)


Description automatically generated with medium confidence

Birdcage stock on an Oxted line train leaving London Bridge (Central)

On Thursday 30th September 1948, train engine is ex.LBSCR L.B. Billinton J2 class 4-6-2T no. 32326 (built March 1912 as no. 326 'Bessborough', withdrawn June 1951).

© Ben Brooksbank (Geograph/CC-by-SA)

 

Liveries

Originally outshopped in SE&CR’s Dark Lake livery (with any SE&CR varnishing undertaken at Ashford), the Southern Railway painting dates (Lancing Carriage Works) for each set are stated (not individual coaches, so in the table below read downward in these two columns). Further records are being slowly added as time permits.

Lancing & Waterloo Record Cards

Under the Southern Railway it could be presumed that these ‘C’ sets would have been repainted Olive soon after grouping. However, contemporary reports from 1927 indicate many ‘C’ sets were still in SECR livery albeit with SR set numbers. Indeed, these sets were renumbered and repainted into Olive Green across a five-year period between 1924 and 1929. In terms of the Olive livery many coaches did not appear to have lining around the sidelights.

However, none of these Lancing record cards provide pre-May 1929 painting /varnishing release dates although the renumber /repainting dates are known. It is therefore presumed a different recording system was in place (possibly at Ashford) during the twenties (prior to the significant changes at Lancing Carriage Works from 1927) and possibly right up to introduction of the record-card system in 1929 when Lancing came fully on-stream. Certainly, the earliest of those record-cards examined to-date appear to start in May 1929.

Similarly, some record cards are simply missing; particularly for sets disbanded during or shortly after World War Two.

Finally, the cards issued post-nationalisation have yet to surface. These give British Railways painting /varnishing release dates, including those sets which received Crimson Lake (CL) livery.

Yet many of the Lancing record cards do provide reformation or disposal details post-Nationalisation, so were still updated (albeit not for repainting or revarnishing under British Railways). Accordingly further research is needed in this area.

Repainting

The following table provides an overview of the ‘Trio’ sets. Research is still ongoing and collaborated information sought. Post-war some sets were repainted at Eastleigh.

All repainting dates are given where known although little is available for post-nationalisation repainting dates with many sets never receiving Crimson Lake livery; some withdrawn in Malachite Green. Lancing Carriage Works started using Crimson Lake in March 1949 and none of the Birdcage sets appear to have been repainted in 1956 (although some received a A2 varnish) and did not receive the post-1956 (darker) BR(S) Green.

However, an indication towards sets those sets potentially repainted into Crimson Lake can be gained from the 10-year painting cycle whilst remaining mindful that sets approaching withdrawal were unlikely to receive new paint.

Varnishing

Varnishing dates are only given if the first painting at Lancing appears to be late in the nineteen-thirties (the arrow ‘>’ after the first varnishing date indicating more than one varnish taking place before painting) else the set was varnished at least once (some sets several times) after the last known painting release date. Intermediate varnishing dates have therefore been omitted for clarity.

For example:

Set 534 was varnished on 24th March 1931 and again on 10th May 1933 before being painted on 12th June 1934 (it was varnished four more times after that date). This set first received SR Olive in March 1929.

Set 542 was last painted (Malachite) on 30th January 1943 but was varnished again on 1st March 1946.

Post-war some sets were varnished at Slades Green (both Slades Green station and depot names were changed to Slade Green on 2nd September 1953).

Trio Set Vehicle Redeployments

Listed at the bottom of the table are those set numbers (the complete set is not shewn) into which full-trio ‘C’ sets were incorporated (compared to movement of individual coaches).

Coaches would also be redeployed into pull-push sets and many were sent to the Isle of Wight (albeit without their roof observatories).

Some ‘C’ sets were renumbered to make way for the new BR Mk1 ‘3-Cor’ corridor sets whilst other set numbers were reused after withdrawal of the ‘C’ set. For example, the number range 600 to 619 were reused for the 1959 Maunsell coach rebuilds into two-coach pull-push sets.

 

SR
Set No

Vehicle
Nos.

Veh.
Type

SECR
Set No.

SECR
Veh No

Renum.
& Olive

SR
Paint Dates

SR
Set Livery

Date Veh.
Withdrawn

Notes

Trio ‘B’

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

515

3275

BT

58

833

Mar-29

 

Olive

1-May-48

Wdn

5392

CL

929

 

 

 

13-May-48

Wdn

6614

BCL

155

 

 

 

16-May-48

Wdn

516

3273

BT

59

831

Dec-26

 

Olive

21-Aug-48

 

5364

CL

888

 

 

 

29-Apr-51

 

6621

BCL

162

 

 

 

21-Aug-48

 

517

3283

BT

60

841

Jun-27

 

Olive

16-Jun-43

5285

CL

681

 

 

 

22-Jul-44

6609

BCL

150

 

 

 

16-Jun-43

To 1960S

518

3287

BT

61

856

Dec-26

 

 

13-May-44

To 1962S

5280

CL

676

 

 

Olive

8-Apr-44

To 1955S

6608

BCL

149

 

 

 

24-Apr-44

To 1919S

519

3280

BT

62

838

Mar-27

 

Olive

10-Jun-43

5367

CL

802

 

 

 

19-Nov-55

6616

BCL

157

 

 

 

26-Sep-53

520

3278

BT

63

836

Jun-27

 

Olive

28-Dec-46

 

5387

CL

924

 

 

 

21-Aug-40

 

6607

BCL

148

 

 

 

28-Dec-46

 

521

3290

BT

64

859

Nov-27

26-Jan-32

Olive

7-Sep-46

To Breakdown Van

5371

CL

806

 

21-Jul-37

Olive

7-Sep-46

U/F to Southampton

6618

BCL

159

 

16-Dec-43 EH

Varnish

7-Sep-46

To Breakdown Van

522

3291

BT

65

860

Apr-26

16-Jul-30

Olive

5-Mar-55

To Loose LBG 21-Apr-51

5370

CL

805

 

14-May-35

Olive

31-Jan-58

To set 606 21-Apr-51

6615

BCL

156

 

21-Nov-45

Malac

12-Dec-53

To set 669 21-Apr-51

523

3277

BT

66

835

Mar-28

 

Olive

8-Jun-32

Wdn

5391

CL

928

 

 

 

24-Feb-43

Wdn

6610

BCL

151

 

 

 

24-Feb-43

Wdn to Home Guard 21-Apr-43

524

3274

BT

67

832

Jul-27

 

Olive

Oct-43

To 1872S

5382

CL

919

 

 

 

1-Feb-43

Wdn

6620

BCL

161

 

 

 

15-Sep-43

Wdn to Home Guard 15-Sep-43

525

3284

BT

68

842

Dec-27

15-Jan-32

Olive

20-Aug-52

To Loose LBG 21-Apr-51

 

5389

CL

 

926

 

16-Jun-37

Olive

19-Dec-50

To set 896 21-Apr-51

 

6617

BCL

 

158

 

16-Oct-45

Varnish

12-Dec-54

To set 896 21-Apr-51

526

3272

BT

69

830

Jun-27

 

Olive

12-Feb-36

Wdn

5278

CL

674

 

 

 

7-Oct-43

U/F to 1826SM

6612

BCL

153

 

 

 

16-Sep-42

Wdn

527

3281

BT

70

839

May-27

16-Oct-31

Olive

21-Sep-46

Wdn NXG

5366

CL

801

 

12-Jul-37

Olive

21-Sep-46

Wdn NXG

6613

BCL

154

 

22-Nov-44

Varnish

21-Sep-46

Wdn NXG

Set

3285

BT

71

843

 

 

 

To 1821S

Renum.Aug-26 & to Set 640

Disbanded

5365

CL

800

Disb

Disb

 

1-Dec-56

To Set 538 in 1924. Renum. Sep-27

6619

BCL

160

 

 

 

5-Sep-33

Renum.6619 & to ‘New’ Set 528

528

6619

BT

No

160

 

 

 

Aug-33

Wdn

‘New’

1111

CL

 

1429

‘New’

?

Olive

(20-May-61)

 

 

6638

BCL

 

977

 

 

 

(9-Mar-57)

 

Trio ‘A’

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

529

3329

BT§

90

1056

Nov-25

1-Apr-30

Olive

4-Sep-48

Wdn LCG

5421

CL

1027

 

30-Jun-36

Olive

4-Sep-48

Wdn LCG

3345

BTL§

1040

 

19-Jul-44

Varnish

4-Sep-48

Wdn LCG

530

3327

BT§

91

1054

May-24

2-Oct-35

Olive

7-Jul-51

BU LBG 7-Jul-51

5423

CL

1029

 

13-Sep-44

Malac

7-Jul-51

BU LBG 7-Jul-51

3347

BTL§

1042

 

21-Aug-47

Varnish

7-Jul-51

BU LBG 7-Jul-51

531

3325

BT§

92

1052

Jan-28

8-Oct-34

Olive

19-Oct-57

To set 913 31-May-51

5430

CL

1026

 

19-Jun-43

Malac

22-Jan-58

To set 696 31-May-51

3346

BTL§

1041

 

10-Sep-45

Varnish

5-Jan-57

To set 519 31-May-51

532

3331

BT§

93

1058

Mar-24

 

Olive

17-Sep-41

To 1730S 25-Mar-42 NXG

5422

CL

1028

 

 

 

17-Sep-41

Wdn

3348

BTL§

1043

 

 

 

17-Sep-41

To 1731S 25-Mar-42 NXG

533

3330

BT§

94

1057

Jan-25

20-Dec-29

Olive

(28-Apr-53)

To set 897 1-Feb-52

5417

CL

1023

 

1-Jul-36

Olive

(31-Jan-58)

To set 897 1-Feb-52

3340

BTL§

1035

 

16-May-46

Malac

(28-Apr-53)

To set 897 1-Feb-52

534

3332

BT§

95

1059

Mar-29

24-Mar-31 >

Varnish

4-Oct-47

Wdn LCG

5425

CL

1031

 

16-Jun-35

Olive

4-Oct-47

Wdn LCG

3350

BTL§

1045

 

16-Jun-44

Varnish

1-Nov-47

Wdn ? 1-Nov-47

535

3324

BT

96

1051

Sep-24

22-Jul-31 >

Varnish

 

To P/P 659 Tlr 1937 E after Swanley mishap

5418

CL

1024

 

4-Oct-35

Olive

To DBC

To P/P 659 DTlr 6409 after Swanley mishap

3341

BTL§

1036

 

See 659

Malac

27-Jun-37

Wdn Swanley Jct mishap 27-Jun-37

536

3322

BT§

97

1049

Jun-27

20-Jul-31

Olive

(31-Mar-56)

To set 688 4-Apr-52

5415

CL

1021

 

15-Oct-37

Olive

(22-Jan-58)

To set 688 4-Apr-52

3344

BTL§

1039

 

21-Nov-45

Malac

(31-Mar-56)

To set 688 4-Apr-52

537

3323

BT§

98

1050

Jun-24

25-May-36

Olive

12-Jan-52

Wdn LBG & to Dept, Eardley CLT

5424

CL

1030

 

31-Oct-42

?

2-Feb-52

BU LBG 2-Feb-52

3349

BTL§

1044

 

24-Oct-45

Malac

12-Jan-52

Wdn LBG & to Dept, Eardley CLT

538

3328

BT§

99

1055

Jun-28

 

Olive

21-Oct-44

Wdn

 

5416

CL

 

1022

 

 

 

21-Oct-44

Wdn

5365

C

 

800

 

 

 

(1-Dec-56)

Ex.71 augmented 538 in 1924 (pos’n n/k)

3343

BTL§

1038

 

 

 

21-Oct-44

Wdn

539

3326

BT§

100

1053

Jul-27

19-Jan-37

Olive

(22-Dec-56)

To set 901 LBG 4-Apr-53

5419

CL

1025

 

23-Sep-44

Malac

(22-Dec-56)

To set 901 LBG 4-Apr-53

3342

BTL§

1037

 

2-Mar-48

Varnish

(19-Mar-55)

To set 901 LBG 4-Apr-53

540

3333

BT§

101

1060

Jan-29

14-Aug-35

Olive

21-Dec-57

To set 921 LBG 17-May-49

5427

CL

1033

 

31-Aug-40

Olive

5-Mar-49

Wdn LCG 5-Mar-49

3353

BTL§

1048

 

28-Mar-44

Varnish

11-Jan-58

To set 896 LBG 17-May-49

541

3334

BT§

102

1061

Jan-29

9-May-35

Olive

22-Nov-52

Wdn EH #PB

5428

CL

1034

 

5-Oct-44

Malac

23-Feb-52

Wdn LBG

3352

BTL§

1047

 

14-Apr-47

Varnish

22-Nov-52

Wdn EH

542

3335

BT§

103

1062

Feb-26

22-May-30

Olive

Oct-46

Wdn to CM&EE BTON Oct-56+V

5426

CL

1032

 

26-Oct-34

Olive

Oct-46

Wdn to CM&EE BTON Oct-56+V

3351

BTL§

1046

 

30-Jan-43

Malac #1

12-Apr-47

Ford mishap, BU on site

543

3397

BT

126

1143

Jun-27

12-Jun-31

Olive

To IOW

Renum.4148 LCG 1949

5408

CL

104

1129

 

3-Oct-37

Olive

To IOW

Renum.6379 LCG Apr-49

3377

BTL

1136

 

19-Oct-45

Varnish

To IOW

Renum.2443 LCG 1948

544

3398

BT

127

1144

Sep-26

17-Dec-30

Olive

To IOW

Renum.4140 LCG 1948

5409

CL

105

1130

 

29-May-36

Olive

To IOW

Renum.6373 LCG 1948

3378

BTL

1137

 

29-Oct-40

Malac #2

To IOW

Renum.2444 LCG 1948

545

3399

BT

128

1145

Dec-26

8-Jan-30

Olive

To IOW

Renum.4141 LCG 1948

5410

CL

106

1131

 

23-Nov-36

Olive

To IOW

Renum.6368, Jun-47

3379

BTL

1138

 

4-Jan-43

Malac #3

To IOW

Renum.2445 LCG 1948

546

3400

BT

131

1146

Nov-27

1-Mar-32

Olive

25-May-46

To 366S

5411

CL

107

1132

 

5-May-39

Olive

18-Jan-47

3380

BTL

1139

 

17-Apr-44 EH

Varnish

25-May-46

To 365S

547

3401

BT

132

1147

Jul-27

24-Aug-31

Olive

To IOW

Renum.4148, Mar-49

5412

CL

108

1133

 

20-Nov-36

Olive

To IOW

Renum.6375, Feb-49.+PI

3381

BTL

1140

 

19-Aug-46

Malac

To IOW

Renum.2453, 1949

548

3402

BT

109

1148

Oct-26

19-Feb-31

Olive

To IOW

Renum.4148, May-49

5413

CL

1134

 

19-Jul-35

Olive

To IOW

Renum.2458, 1949

3382

BTL

1141

 

2-Oct-44

Malac

To IOW

Renum.2451, 1949

549

3403

BT

110

1149

Jul-27

10-Aug-36

Olive

To IOW

Renum.4142, LCG 1948

5414

CL

1135

 

29-Jan-41

Malac

To IOW

Renum.6377, Mar-49

3383

BTL

1142

 

21-Sep-44

Varnish

To IOW

Renum.2455, 1949

550

3384

BT

111

1102

May-28

17-Dec-36

Olive

To IOW

Renum.4134 LCG 1948

5399

CL

1094

 

5-Jul-45

Malac

To IOW

Renum.6370 LCG 1948

3364

BTL

1096

 

 

 

To IOW

Renum.2448 LCG 1948

551

3389

BT

112

1107

May-27

44-Nov-31

Olive

To set 903

To set 903 13-Apr-45 (thence IOW)

5397

CL

1092

 

12-May-36

Olive

To set 903

To set 903 13-Apr-45 (thence IOW)

3367

BTL

1099

 

8-Jan-41 EH

Malac

To set 903

To set 903 13-Apr-45 (thence IOW)

552

3388

BT

113

1106

Dec-24

 

Olive

14-Jul-43

To Longmoor Military Rly #PK

5398

CL

1093

 

 

 

14-Jul-43

To Longmoor Military Rly

3368

BTL

1100

 

 

 

14-Jul-43

To Longmoor Military Rly #PK

553

3387

BT

114

1105

Dec-24

13-Aug-29

Olive

To IOW

Renum.4146, Feb-49

5400

CL

1095

 

15-May-33

Olive

To IOW

Renum.6376, Mar-49

3369

BTL

1101

 

7-Sep-39

Olive? #4

To IOW

Renum.2454, 1949

554

3385

BT

115

1103

Jul-27

10-Aug-31

Olive

To IOW

Renum.4135 LCG 1948

5395

CL

1090

 

18-Feb-38

Olive

To IOW

Renum.6369 LCG 1948

3365

BTL

1097

 

5-Jan-45

Malac

To IOW

Renum.2438 LCG 1948

555

3386

BT

116

1104

Mar-24

24-Sep-29

Olive

3-Mar-45

BU NXG 3-Mar-45

5396

CL

1091

 

21-Aug-36

Olive

To IOW

Renum.6378, Apr-49 (via 913 18-May-45)

3366

BTL

1098

 

25-Sep-43 EH

Varnish

To IOW

Renum.2446 LCG 1948 (via 913 18-May-45)#PI

556

3390

BT

117

1122

Oct-24

15-Aug-34

Olive

To IOW

Renum.4145, Feb-49

5401

CL

1108

 

9-Mar-45

Malac

To IOW

Renum.6374, Feb-49

3370

BTL

1115

 

 

 

To IOW

Renum.2452, 1949

557

3391

BT

118

1123

Nov-26

2-Feb-31

Olive

To IOW

Renum.4143, Sep-49

5402

CL

1109

 

18-Jun-35

Olive

To IOW

Renum.2456, Sep-49

3371

BTL

1116

 

22-Jun-44 EH

Malac

To IOW

Renum.2449, 1949

558

3392

BT

119

1124

Mar-26

7-Apr-30

Olive

To IOW

Renum.4136 LCG 1948

5403

CL

1110

 

7-Dec-36

Olive

To IOW

Renum.6364, Jun-47

3372

BTL

1117

 

14-Mar-45

Malac #5

To IOW

Renum.2439 LCG 1948

559

3393

BT

120

1125

Jan-26

11-Nov-30

Olive

To IOW

Renum.4137 LCG 1948

5404

CL

1111

 

26-Aug-35

Olive

To IOW

Renum.6365, Jun-47

3373

BTL

1118

 

24-Mar-43

Malac #6

To IOW

Renum.2440 LCG 1948

560

3394

BT

121

1126

Jun-24

4-Feb-30

Olive

To IOW

Renum.4138 LCG

5405

CL

1112

 

24-Jun-35

Olive

To IOW

Renum.6371 LCG 1948

3374

BTL

1119

 

27-Oct-39

Malac?  #7

To IOW

Renum.2441 LCG 1948

561

3395

BT

122

1127

Nov-27

 

Olive

14-Oct-42

 

5406

CL

1113

 

 

 

To IOW

Renum.6380, Apr-49

3375

BTL

1120

 

 

 

To IOW

Renum.2447 LCG 1948

562

3396

BT

123

1128

Jul-24

9-Jul-29

Olive

To IOW

Renum.4139 LCG 1948

5407

CL

1114

 

15-Nov-33

Olive

To IOW

Renum.6372 LCG 1948

3376

BTL

1121

 

24-Jul-40

Malac #8

To IOW

Renum.2442 LCG 1948

563

3336

BT§

104

1075

Oct-26

21-Jul-31

Olive

20-Dec-52

Wdn E 20-Dec-52

5429

CL

124

1067

 

8-Dec-37

Olive

To set 335

To set 335 18-Dec-52

3354

BTL§

1071

 

24-Feb-47

Malac

28-Apr-53

Wdn

564

3337

BT§

105

1076

Dec-27

17-Feb-32

Olive

26-May-51

BU LBG 26-May-51

5430

CL

125

1068

 

21-Oct-38

Olive

26-May-51

BU LBG 26-May-51

3355

BTL§

1072

 

3-Aug-44

Malac #9

26-May-51

BU LBG 26-May-51

565

3338

BT§

106

1077

Jan-26

20-Oct-30

Olive

12-Jan-52

Wdn LBG & to Dept, Eardley CLT

5431

CL

126

1069

 

2-May-35

Olive

12-Jan-52

Wdn LBG

3356

BTL§

1073

 

23-Jan-47

Malac

12-Jan-52

Wdn LBG & to Dept, Eardley CLT

674

3339

BT

107

1078

Jan-25

 

Olive

 

 

 

5432

CL

127

1070

 

 

 

 

 

 

5301

CL

 

1066

 

 

 

(Oct-61)

To augment set 600 to six-coaches

 

3353

BTL

 

1074

 

 

 

 

 

Trio ‘D’

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Set

3282

BT

128

840

 

 

 

 

 

Disbanded

5298

CL

 

1063

Disb

 

 

 

 

 

3363

BTL

 

1084

 

 

 

 

#PB

Set

3288

BT

129

857

 

 

 

 

 

Disbanded

5299

CL

 

1064

Disb

 

 

(1941)

To Loose then augmented set 600.

 

3361

BTL

 

1082

 

 

 

 

 

566

3279

BT

130

837

Nov-28

4-Oct-35

Olive

(19-Dec-50)

To set 903 12-Jul-48 (921, 519, Wdn.900)

5300

CL

1065

 

8-Jun-45 EH

Malac

(21-Dec-57)

To set 903 12-Jul-48

3362

BTL

1083

 

29-May-47

Varnish

(19-Dec-50)

To set 903 12-Jul-48 (Wdn.896)

Trio ‘C’

CL diag.314

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

567

3411

BT

135

1179

Mar-27

7-Mar-30

Olive

18-Feb-56

Wdn LCG (Scrap Newhaven)

5440

CL

1175

 

17-Jun-37

Olive

18-Feb-56

Wdn LCG (Scrap Newhaven)

3483

BTL

1171

 

20-Jan-48

Malac

18-Feb-56

Wdn LCG (Scrap Newhaven)

568

3412

BT

136

1180

Jul 27

9-Jan-30 >

Varnish

10-Nov-56

Wdn LCG

5441

CL

1176

 

25-Mar-37

Olive

10-Nov-56

Wdn LCG

3484

BTL

1172

 

10-Aug-43

Malac #10

10-Nov-56

Wdn LCG

569

3413

BT

137

1181

Jun-28

2-Sep-30 >

Varnish

25-Feb-56

Wdn LCG

5442

CL

1177

 

2-Jul-35

Olive

25-Feb-56

Wdn LCG

3485

BTL

1173

 

4-Feb-47

Malac

25-Feb-56

Wdn LCG

570

3414

BT

138

1182

Nov-27

20-Apr-31