BR 75032 Class 307 EMU Driving Trailer, later PCV (scrapped) built 1954

BR 75032 Class 307 EMU Driving Trailer, later PCV (scrapped) built 1954


Present Location Crewe LNWR Heritage Company (scrapped)
County Location Cheshire East
Designed For BR
Build Location Ashford / Eastleigh
Built by BR
Lot number 30417
First Number 75032
Later Numbers 94335
Present Number 94335
Gauge 4ft 8 1/2in
Wheel Arrangement 4-w bogies
Additional Notes Built at Eastleigh on frames from Ashford. Only BR designed and built EMU class to have worked on 1500v DC and then (from 1960-62) 25kV AC. Originally DTSO; rebuilt to DTBSO c.1960-62; refurbished as BDTBSO c.1983; then converted by Hunslet Barclay (c.1994-96) as NAA Propelling Control Vehicle (PCV) to Diagram NA508 for use in mail train formations to enable push/pull movements at termini without locomotive having to run-round. By 04/15: at Nemesis Rail, Burton upon Trent. By 02/22: at Crewe LNWR Heritage Company site in ownership of Locomotive Services Ltd. By 27/03 to EMR Kingsbury to be scrapped.
Owner Locomotive Services Ltd
Rarity Several
Historical Importance no Immediate Importance/Not Applicable
Operating No
At Risk No
Date Record Last Updated 14/09/2023





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