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Moved to International Metals & Cable Recycling, Long Marston by 11/21.

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International Metals & Cable Recycling, Long Marston** *** ****Steve Boulton
Long Marston** *** ****Dennis Graham
Long Marston** *** ****Tony Andrews, Vince, Alex Betteney, Ben Williams
Long Marston** *** ****Peter Wreford, Roger Harris, Geoff Godsell, Burt Smith, al66class59
Long Marston** *** ****Ben Williams, Roger Harris, Vince
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  • 96373

    10 April 2006 - Rob

    What is the purpose of this coach and the others ins it's consist?

  • 96373

    10 April 2006 - Ben

    They were intended to be used as generator vehicles with the Nightstar sleeper vehicles (using class 37 locos.) However as the project never got off the ground these coaches never saw any use and I'm not sure what the future holds as they face eviction from North Pole soon.... presumably they are unrecognisable as sleeper carriages inside now...

  • 96373

    25 December 2007 - keith falconer

    2 x generating sets (diesel engine + generator) to supply 2500V (!) train supply in each coach

    one of these would've been sandwiched between 2 x EPS cl.37/6 locos, when hauling the trains north of london. up till then the trains would've been cl.92 hauled, which were able to supply the ETS from the loco.

  • 96373

    27 December 2007 - SD0853

    The "Night Star" stock was masivley hungry for ETS, hence the massive supply voltage from these generator vans. Can't remember the exact ratings for ETS but I know a couple of "NightStar" sleepers would have made a 47 grunt apparently.

  • 96373

    16 July 2009 - Ben Williams

    These coaches are being moved from Wembley to Wolverton this week although only 4 out of the 5 have been quoted so far.

  • 96373

    16 July 2009 - kev smith

    these vehicles have so many uses, im so surprised noone has taken them on, even as stand alone generators on possessions etc

    if one was offered to me (free, gratis ) etc, id take one on happily

    mainly because they unique, they were a solution to a idea which was paid for and never happened.

    imagine the train being used by scotrail - amazing

  • 96373

    17 July 2009 - Ben Williams

    Now told that 96372,3,4,5 are the ones moving to Wolverton - believed to be donating their bogies to DRS. 96371 is staying at Alstom Wembley for the time being.

  • 96373

    17 July 2009 - kev smith

    There cant be a shortage of BT10 bogies surely ??

  • 96373

    17 July 2009 - Andrew Chambers

    96374 and 96375, plus one UID, visible at Wolverton works this afternoon.