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SOUTHERN RAILWAY DESIGN
2 HAP MULTIPLE-UNITS

 

Approaching Windmill Bridge, SR-type 2 HAP no. 5610 leaves
East Croydon with the 16.28 Brighton to Victoria 8th June 1972. ©

 

2 HAP Multiple Units built on 2 NOL Underframes

The continuing delivery of new SR type 4 EPB and BR type 2 EPB units during 1956 as part of the ‘10-car scheme’ for the Eastern section suburban lines led to a surplus of 4 SUB units enabling these to take over the whole of the Waterloo – Windsor /Weybridge service in December 1956 displacing the ‘Windsor’ 2 NOL units. Although these 2 NOL units were redeployed working on other Central and Western section suburban services, the condition of their elderly bodies was causing concern leading to many being withdrawn from April 1957. Again, their duties being covered by 4 SUB units as further 4 EPB deliveries allowed these units to take-over the Windsor /Weybridge service from 5th May 1957. The withdrawn 2 NOL units then had their bodywork scrapped.

The bodywork of these 2 NOL units had been converted from former LSWR steam hauled stock built between 1894 - 1902 and mounted on underframes built new at Lancing works in 1934‑6. The old 2 NOL bodies were stripped off these underframes and scrapped at Newhaven with the underframes then being used as the basis for new 2 EPB /2 HAP vehicles; the bodies being constructed at Eastleigh works during 1957 (36 no. 2 HAP units) and 1959 (34 no. 2 EPB units). Stripped underframes were reconditioned at Lancing works and additional strengthening was added prior to them being taken to Eastleigh works for re-bodying.

Seventy-four 2 NOL units were still running by 1956 and HOO 4281 (Head Office Order) dated 12th April 1956 covered the conversion of all of their underframes following body removal and construction of new all-steel SR-pattern bodies and new electrical equipment to the current ‘1951 type’ standards. Underframes from four units were used in the final stages of the 4 EPB construction program, leaving those of seventy others for new two-car units and HOO 4281 provided for thirty-six 2 HAP units and thirty-four 2 EPB units.

 

Driving Trailer Composite Lavatory

Thirty-six of these new units entered service in 1958 as 2 HAP units numbered 5601 - 5636. They had bodywork to the ‘SR’ pattern (similar in style to that of the SR 4 EPB units) and were in many ways an updated version of the ‘all-steel’ 2 HAL units as the bodystyles and layout of the DTCs were similar. The driving trailer composite was 62' 6" long, weighed 32 tons and consisted of a driving cab (with standard 1951 type 4 EPB cab end design) entered from a vestibule behind. Then followed a full-width coupe compartment seating six, four full second-class compartments each seating eight, three first-class compartments each seating six and a lavatory at the inner end of the coach. The seven full compartments were joined by a side corridor (on the offside when the DTC was leading) and this led straight into the coupe through a swing door. It was to diagram number 2703.

 

Driving Motor Brake Second

There was no access between the DTC and MBS, which were coupled by the three-link coupling and centre-buffer arrangement. The motor brake second was very similar to those of the 4 EPB units, but a central partition divided the passenger accommodation into two 4-bay saloons giving a seating capacity of 84. This coach was also 62' 6" long, weighed 40 tons and was to diagram number 2130. It was equipped with two 250hp EE507 motors fitted with express gear ratio as the units were to be used with the BR type 2 HAPs and 4 CEPs on secondary main line services. The units were mounted on standard SR bogies with 8' 0" wheelbase at inner ends of coaches and 8' 9" wheelbase under cabs (with plain bearings) and were 129' 6˝" long, weighed 72 tons and seated 18 first and 122 second class passengers. Units 5611 upwards were built with fibreglass doors fitted to the MBS vehicle. This is possibly the reason why unit 5611 was built as 5608 and renumbered prior to entering traffic. Electrical codes were allocated to each vehicle from new.

 

Introduction

The first five units delivered late in 1957 were stored briefly until used, in conjunction with about eighteen of the BR type units to cover peak-hour services on the Eastern section, mostly between Holborn Viaduct /Cannon Street and Sevenoaks from February 1958. By 14th April sufficient BR type units were available to enable the all-day services from Charing Cross to Gillingham to be converted to 2 HAP and the displaced 2 HAL units then moved to the Central and Western sections, some for the enhanced Gatwick Airport service whilst others displaced the ‘Coastal’ 2 NOL units into the suburban area to enable the last of the ‘Windsor’ 2 NOLs to be withdrawn.

Units from 5606 upwards started to be delivered from mid-June and all units of this batch had been delivered by the mid-November 1958, working with the BR ‘1951 type’ units covering the services from London to Gillingham and Maidstone. Following completion of both phases of the Kent Coast electrification scheme they extended their operational area considerably, becoming common-user with the later built BR type 2 HAP units and covering all the electrified lines in Kent.

 

Livery

Units were delivered in all-over green livery and from January 1964 started to receive small yellow warning panels on cab ends, although units 5602 /5604 /5605 /5616 /5618 gained full yellow ends at Selhurst whilst still green. Units started to be painted all-over blue from 1966, four 5608 /5610 /5614 /5617 receiving the intermediate livery with blue ends and small yellow panels during overhauls at Eastleigh, the remainder getting blue with full yellow ends straight after green. Unit 5604 was the last to run in green livery, being repainted blue about May 1971.

 

Unit number

Green yellow warning panels

Green full yellow ends

Blue yellow warning panels

Blue full
yellow ends

5601

#

No

No

18-Apr-67

5602

14-Jan-66

Yes +

No

#

5603

12-Aug-65

No

No

#

5604

31-Dec-65

Yes +

No

#

5605

28-Apr-65

Yes +

No

#

5606

#

No

No

8-Aug-68

5607

8-Mar-65

No

No

29-Mar-67

5608

#

No

17-Aug-66

c.Jun-68

5609

#

No

No

24/May-67

5610

#

No

Yes +

#

5611

#

No

No

16-Aug-67

5612

#

No

No

26-May-67

5613

#

No

No

19/20-Dec-67

5614

8-Mar-65

No

6-Sep-66

#

5615

#

No

No

#

5616

30-Mar-65

Yes +

No

#

5617

#

No

17-Aug-66

#

5618

25-May-66

Yes +

No

#

5619

#

No

No

5/6-Dec-67

5620

#

No

No

1-Jan-69

5621

#

No

No

c.Aug-68

5622

14-Mar-66

No

No

23/30-Dec-68

5623

#

No

No

20-Nov-68

5624

8-Mar-65

No

No

22-Jun-67

5625

#

No

No

12/14-Aug-68

5626

#

No

No

10/12-Sep-68

5627

8-Jun-65

No

No

20-Nov-68

5628

#

No

No

21/23-May-68

5629

#

No

No

30-Oct-67

5630

#

No

No

3/4-Apr-68

5631

#

No

No

27-Feb-68

5632

#

No

No

24-May-67

5633

#

No

No

By 23-Mar-68

5634

7-Apr-66

No

No

#

5635

4-Feb-65

No

No

#

5636

#

No

No

13/14-Feb-68


Notes:


# - Date not recorded by Eastleigh.
+ - Painted at Selhurst. Date not recorded by Eastleigh.

 

In Service

The units were common user with the BR type 2 HAP units, but from about August 1969 fourteen units had their first-class seating downgraded to second and were reclassified as 2 SAP although they were not renumbered, unit 5607 being the first dealt with in May 1969. The armrests were sewn-up and the first-class compartments altered so they now seated eight; the lavatory was locked out of use. In this form the DTS now seated 62 and the unit total was 146. However, no new diagram number was issued; the DTS being shown as diagram 2703 (modified). Units involved were 5602-5 /5607-9 /5615-18 /5622 /5634 /5635, although units 5602 /5605 /5609 /5615 /5616 remained unaltered internally their first-class markings were obliterated.

These 2 SAP units were used mainly on SWD suburban services, being intended for the Cobham line, though odd units still worked on CD and SED services from time to time. However, all reverted to 2 HAP by May 1970 except unit no. 5622 which had reverted back earlier in about October 1969, having been displaced by new 4 VEP unit deliveries.

These units became Class 412 under the initial BR TOPS classification system in 1972, being revised to Class 414/1 in 1975. After displacement from the SWD, the first nineteen units were concentrated at Brighton (Lovers Walk) depot with the remainder working from Ramsgate. From May 1972, all units were allocated to Brighton depot for use on the Coastway services where they remained until May 1976.

 

Disbandment & Facelifting to 4 EPB units

Units 5601 and 5636 were disbanded in March /April 1976 and their DTCs withdrawn, and the MBS vehicles were used along with two former 4 SUB trailers to form a ‘new’ 4 EPB unit. One of these coaches was the subject of a ‘facelifting’ experiment and was fitted with fluorescent lighting, a false ceiling, re-profiled seats, public address system and improved draught-proofing. The remaining thirty-four units were downgraded to 2 SAP with the same seating arrangements as the earlier conversions, and reallocated to Selhurst depot for use on CD suburban services from 20th April 1976.

Picture frames in their compartments were also removed at this time. However, express gear ratio motors were retained. Units began to be repainted into blue/grey livery in 1975 but not all were done before being disbanded. Two further 2 SAP units were disbanded in October 1977 and their MBSs used to form a further 4 EPB unit 5264 to replace unit 5047 lost to collision damage.

A programme for facelifting all the SR type EPB stock started in 1980 and it included the MBS vehicles of thirty of the remaining thirty-two 2 SAP units, which were to be used with converted former 4 SUB trailers to make up sixteen further 4 EPB units. However, the DTS vehicles were not included and were scrapped when the 2 SAP units were disbanded. Two units were also not included in the program, one being retained for departmental use and another (now non-standard with a BR type MBS) was disposed of for scrap.

Facelifted MBSs were identical to those of the EPB units, the central partition being removed and the seating capacity reduced to 82. Some early facelifted coaches retained express gear ratio, but later units were modified to suburban gear ratio; bogie exchanges during subsequent overhauls similarly modified the others. All that were facelifted were fitted with simplified AWS during this process. Diagrams for surviving 2 SAP units were progressively reduced as facelifted 4 EPB units entered service and by early 1983 few of these units were still working.

Unit formations were as follows, the number of the vehicle donating the underframe being shown in italics below with the prefix U, preceded by the unit number that this vehicle last operated in. ‘Week ending’ dates of release from Eastleigh works are shown below the unit number (5606 upwards). The units were all disbanded at Horwich works about the dates shown and the DTS vehicle scrapped there shortly afterwards unless otherwise shown in the notes.

 

Unit Details
(5601 – 5636)

Unit

Date completed

MBS
Diag. No. 2310

Underframe donated from (unit /coach)

DTC
Diag. No.
2703

Underframe donated from (unit /coach)

Downgraded to 2 SAP

Date to Horwich

Date disbanded

MBS to
unit no.

Code

 

CP-1A

 

DW

 

 

 

 

 

5601

8-Feb-58

14521

(1858/U9906)

16001

(1867/U9924)

-

-

20-Apr-76

5263

5602

8-Feb-58

14522

(1884/U9782)

16002

(1874/U9931)

22-Apr-76

-

Sep-77

5264

5603

12-Feb-58

14523

(1859/U9907)

16003

(1884/U9914)

22-Apr-76

-

Sep-77

5264

5604

21-Feb-58

14524

(1869/U8602)

16004

(1875/U9932)

23-Apr-76

18-May-83

24-May-83

5454

5605

24-Feb-58

14525

(1875/U8608)

16005

(1859/U9996)

21-Apr-76

12-May-83

18-May-83

5453

5606

14-Feb-58

14526

(1874/U8607)

16006

(1873/U9930)

22-Apr-76

21-Feb-83

3-Mar-83

5451

5607

28-Jun-58

14527

(1862/U9910)

16007

(1869/U9926)

21-Apr-76

16-Jan-81

18-Mar-81

5410

5608

12-Jul-58

14528

(1873/U8606)

16008

(1854/U9991)

20-Apr-76

16-Jan-81

18-Mar-81

5410

5609

12-Jul-58

14529

(1889/U9787)

16009

(1843/U9980)

28-Apr-76

21-Jun-82

24-Jun-82

5445

5610

2-Aug-58

14530

(1867/U8600)

16010

(1883/U9913)

29-Apr-76

9-Mar-82

10-Mar-82

5438

5611

5-Jul-58

14531

(1886/U9784)

16011

(1886/U9916)

27-Apr-76

3-Aug-82

7-Aug-82

5446

5612

9-Aug-58

14532

(1890/U9788)

16012

(1890/U9919)

27-Apr-76

8-Sep-82

22-Sep-82

5447

5613

16-Aug-58

14533

(1883/U9781)

16013

(1880/U9937)

20-Apr-76

22-Oct-82

22-Oct-82

5450

5614

16-Aug-58

14534

(1880/U8613)

16014

(1858/U9995)

25-Apr-76

22-Feb-82

23-Feb-82

5436

5615

23-Aug-58

14535

(1835/U9883)

16015

(1865/U9922)

21-Apr-76

27-May-82

27-May-82

5444

5616

23-Aug-58

14536

(1888/U9786)

16016

(1889/U9912)

26-Apr-76

12-May-83

18-May-83

5452

5617

30-Aug-58

14537

(1868/U8601)

16017

(1851/U9988)

25-Apr-76

23-Apr-82

21-Apr-82

5442

5618

30-Aug-58

14538

(1843/U9891)

16018

(1876/U9933)

29-Apr-76

27-Jul-81

31-Oct-81

5425

5619

6-Sep-58

14539

(1887/U9785)

16019

(1835/U9972)

26-Apr-76

21-Sep-82

28-Sep-82

5448

5620

6-Sep-58

14540

(1876/U8609)

16020

(1888/U9918)

28-Apr-76

21-Jun-82

24-Jun-82

5445

5621

13-Sep-58

14541

(1882/U8615)

16021

(1868/U9925)

26-Apr-76

3-Aug-82

7-Aug-82

5446

5622

13-Sep-58

14542

(1863/U8596)

16022

(1879/U9936)

28-Apr-76

27-Jul-81

31-Oct-81

5425

5623

20-Sep-58

14543

(1854/U9902)

16023

(1882/U9939)

23-Apr-76

22-Feb-82

14-May-82

5436

5624

20-Sep-58

14544
14493
1
65409 2

(1815/U9863)

16024

(1860/U9997)

23-Apr-76

-

14-May-83

Withdrawn

5625

27-Sep-58

14545

(1879/U8612)

16025

(1863/U9920)

21-Apr-76

12-May-83

18-May-83

5453

5626

27-Sep-58

14546

(1885/U9783)

16026

(1872/U9929)

28-Apr-76

12-May-83

18-May-83

5452

5627

4-Oct-58

14547

(1851/U9899)

16027

(1887/U9917)

27-Apr-76

9-Mar-82

11-Jun-82

5438

5628

4-Oct-58

14548

(1860/U9908)

16028

(1856/U9993)

27-Apr-76

21-Sep-82

28-Sep-82

5448

5629

11-Oct-58

14549

(1856/U9904)

16029

(1861/U9998)

23-Apr-76

-

14-Sep-82

Withdrawn

5630

11-Oct-58

14550

(1861/U9909)

16030

(1857/U9994)

22-Apr-76

8-Sep-82

22-Sep-82

5447

5631

18-Oct-58

14551

(1852/U9900)

16031

(1864/U9921)

29-Apr-76

21-Feb-83

3-Mar-83

5451

5632

18-Oct-58

14552

(1857/U9905)

16032

(1852/U9989)

20-Apr-76

22-Oct-82

22-Oct-82

5450

5633

25-Oct-58

14553

(1881/U8614)

16033

(1881/U9938)

25-Apr-76

27-May-82

27-May-82

5444

5634

25-Oct-58

14554

(1865/U8598)

16034

(1885/U9915)

25-Apr-76

21-Apr-82

21-Apr-83

5442

5635

1-Nov-58

14555

(1864/U8597)

16035

(1866/U9923)

26-Apr-76

18-May-83

24-5-83

5454

5636

1-Nov-58

14556

(1866/U8599)

16036

(1862/U9999)

-

-

8-Mar-76

5263


Notes:
#1
#2



SR type 4 EPB MBS, diagram 2129.
BR type 2 HAP MBS, diagram 400, code CQ-3A.

 

 

Individual Unit Notes
(5601 – 5636)

5601

Unit disbanded 20‑Apr‑76 and DTS 16001 withdrawn 21‑Aug‑76. MBS included in ‘new’ 4 EPB unit 5263 from Jul‑76. This unit renumbered 5401 Nov‑80. 5401 returned to Eastleigh 8‑Feb‑82 for further facelift work to bring it into line with production facelift units and 14521 facelifted at this time. DTS 16001 scrapped by V. Berry, Leicester Jan‑77.

5602

Unit downgraded to 2 SAP c/Aug‑69 to May‑70 but with no interior changes.

Unit disbanded Sep‑77 and MBS 14522 formed into ‘new’ 4 EPB unit 5264. DTS 16002 stored and withdrawn 5‑Jan‑81, to Horwich works 25‑Feb‑81 and scrapped there Apr‑81.

5603

DTC 16003 slightly damaged when derailed at Dover Priory 25‑Jan‑61, repaired at Ramsgate.

MBS 14523 part-side torn out in collision with 5743 at Gillingham depot 22‑Aug‑61 and unit to Micheldever pending repairs at Eastleigh.

DTC 16003 damaged in collision with 5305 at Gillingham 16‑Dec‑62 and repaired Jan‑63.

Unit downgraded to 2 SAP c.Aug‑69 to May‑70 but with no interior changes.

Unit disbanded Sep‑77 and MBS 14523 formed into ‘new’ 4 EPB unit 5264. DTS 16003 stored and withdrawn 5‑Jan‑81. Used as a runner for other condemned centre-buffer stock, then moved from Strawberry Hill to Clapham Yard for store 14‑Apr‑86. Coach scrapped by V. Berry, Leicester, moving for disposal from Clapham Yard 15‑Dec‑87.

5604

Unit downgraded to 2 SAP c.Aug‑69 to May‑70.

5605

Unit fire damaged late 1965 (details unknown) and to Eastleigh for repairs between 11‑Jan‑66 and 4‑Mar‑66.

Unit further damaged about September 1968 (details unknown) and to Eastleigh 3‑Oct‑68 for C5 repair, released 25‑Oct‑68 without repaint.

Unit downgraded to 2 SAP c.Aug‑69 to May‑70 but with no interior changes.

5606

Unit used for Christmas mails & parcels from 13‑Dec‑82 and not used in passenger service again.

5607

Unit downgraded to 2 SAP c.May‑69 to c.Jun‑70.

5608

Unit slightly damaged about May 1968 (details unknown) and to Eastleigh 18‑Jun‑68 for C5 repair, released 28‑Jun‑68 without repaint.

Unit downgraded to 2 SAP c.Aug‑69 to May‑70.

5609

Unit downgraded to 2 SAP c.Aug‑69 to May‑70 but with no interior changes.

5611

Unit built as 5608 but renumbered before entering service.

5614

MBS 14534 damaged late 1972 (location and date unknown) and stored at Micheldever from Feb‑73 until repaired at Eastleigh c.Jun‑73. Possible DTC ran with MBS 14556 (ex. 5636) at this time, but not confirmed.

5615

Unit downgraded to 2 SAP c.Aug‑69 to May‑70 but with no interior changes.

5616

Unit downgraded to 2 SAP c.Aug‑69 to May‑70 but with no interior changes.

5617

Unit downgraded to 2 SAP c.Aug‑69 to May‑70.

5618

Unit downgraded to 2 SAP c.Aug‑69 to c.Jun‑70.

5619

Unit out of use and moved from Selhurst to Eastleigh 15‑Sep‑92.

5620

Unit damaged during 1962 (where?) and to Lancing for repairs Jun‑62.

DTS 16020 still extant at Horwich Mar‑83.

5622

Unit downgraded to 2 SAP c.Aug‑69 to c.Oct‑69.

5623

DTS 16023 still extant at Horwich Mar‑83.

5624

Unit in collision with 4 BEP 7022 at Ramsgate 16‑Jan‑66 and MBS 14544 badly damaged and unit to Micheldever for storage pending repairs. Damaged DTC 16024 reformed with damaged 4 EPB MBS 14493 (ex. 5247) at Micheldever and these two to Eastleigh for C1 overhaul and repair 12‑May‑67. Unit released 12‑Mar‑68 as 5624 in blue livery. MBS 14493 seated 82 so unit now seated 18 first and 120 second and had suburban gear ratio. MBS 14544 moved to Eastleigh for stripping 28‑Feb‑68 then returned to Micheldever, later withdrawn 6‑Jul‑68 and remained stored at Micheldever, being scrapped there 11‑Oct‑69 (possibly by Meon Valley Metals?).

MBS 14493 to 5029 in Jul‑79 and replaced by BR type MBS 65409 (ex. 2 SAP 5917) which seated 84. Seating capacity now 146 second. As unit now non-standard and 65409 contained blue asbestos, unit not included in facelift programme and withdrawn 14‑May‑83 and after stripping moved from Selhurst to Eastleigh Marshalling Yard 18‑Aug‑83 for store. Unit hauled to Swindon 7‑Jun‑86 and moved from there to Meyer Newman, Snailwell for scrapping 1‑Oct‑86. DTS 16024 burnt 6‑Oct‑86 and MBS 65409 burnt 7‑Oct‑86.

5628

Unit coupled to 2 HAP 6006 involved in collision with 7414 and 7408 and hit 4383 at Wimbledon Park 11‑Jan‑72 and MBS 14548 damaged. DTC 16028 temporarily exchanged with damaged BR type DTC 77120 (ex. 6006) and unit to Eastleigh 3‑Feb‑72 for repairs, 14548 repaired by 17‑Mar‑72 but 77120 not ready until 15‑Nov‑72 when unit released. Reverted to original formation Nov‑72.

Unit out of use and moved from Selhurst to Eastleigh 15‑Sep‑92.

5629

Unit damaged at Maidstone East (date?) when hit by Continental Freight hauled by E5010, to Eastleigh 15‑Aug‑67 for C1 overhaul and repair. Released 1‑Dec‑67 painted blue.

Unit withdrawn 14‑Sep‑82 and converted at Selhurst into stores unit 019. MBS 14549 renumbered ADB977068, DTS 16029 renumbered ADB977069. Unit was renumbered at Selhurst 10‑Nov‑82 and released in new form 1‑Dec‑82.

Last stores trains ran 15‑Aug‑89 and unit 019 withdrawn Jun‑91 and scrapped by Gwent Demolition, Margam, moving from Eastleigh 30‑Sep‑93.

5631

Unit derailed at Ramsgate 22‑Feb‑64, repaired at Chart Leacon? Unit used for Christmas mails & parcels from 15‑Dec‑82 and not used in passenger service again.

5632

DTS 16032 still extant at Horwich Mar‑83.

5634

Unit downgraded to 2 SAP c.Aug‑69 to May‑70.

5635

Unit downgraded to 2 SAP c.Aug‑69 to May‑70.

5636

Unit derailed near Brighton 21‑Jan‑73 and DTC 16036 damaged. Back to traffic c.May‑73, but possible unit ran with DTC 16014 (ex. 5614) for a while.

MBS 14556 damaged at Archcliffe Junction 27‑Jul‑73 when unit in collision with derailed 7152 on adjacent line. Repaired (at Selhurst?).

Unit disbanded 8‑Mar‑76 at Strawberry Hill and DTS 16036 withdrawn 21‑Aug‑76. MBS 14556 to prototype facelift unit 5263 from Jul‑76, being fitted at this time with simplified fluorescent lighting. This unit renumbered 5401 Nov‑80. 5401 returned to Eastleigh 8‑Feb‑82 for further facelift work to bring it into line with the production facelift units and 14556 fully facelifted at this time. DTS 16036 scrapped by V. Berry, Leicester Jan‑77, moving from Clapham Yard 5‑Jan‑77.

                       

 

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