Current number:
99017
Any other previous number(s):
4066
Notes:
Buckinghamshire Railway Centre - Quainton Road. NOTE: As per comment below - during 1989 & 1990 the Nomix-Chipman Weedkilling Train included Ferry Van B786951 in its formation which was also numbered CC99017. This was later remembered back to 786951 once this Mk1 entered the formation in 1990.
Livery:
BALFOUR BEATTY - BLUE & WHITE
Preservation location:
Buckinghamshire Railway Centre
Category:
Other

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LocationDateObserver
Quainton Road** *** ****Christopher John Harley
Buckinghamshire Railway Centre** *** ****G Goswell
Buckinghamshire Railway Centre** *** ****Kev Adlam
Buckinghamshire Railway Centre** *** ****Vince, Ben Williams
Buckinghamshire Railway Centre** *** ****Ben Williams, Vince
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  • 99017

    8 September 2015 - Brian Reginald Storey

    Is that CC99016 Weedkilling Dormitory & Stores Coach at Doncaster with CC9017

  • 24 September 2020 - Peter Hall

    I suspect the 1986-04-12 Salisbury sighting is either of something else or a date error. As far as I'm aware 4066 wasn't acquired by Nomix-Chipman until 1989 and didn't enter service until 1991.

    What is often overlooked is that during 1989 & 1990 the Nomix-Chipman Weedkilling Train included Ferry Van B786951 in its formation which was also numbered CC99017. The 1990-07-27 sighting is thus probably of that.

  • 10 October 2020 - Gerry Desmond

    Consist on 27-07-1990 was 20904 CC99017/ CC99016/ CC99014 /B786951 and tanks 55529/ 55528 /55530/ 55526 20901

  • 10 October 2020 - Peter Hall

    Interesting to see the "proper" CC99017 was in the consist as early as 27-07-1990. It was still under conversion at Cardiff Cathays the previous month so this must have been one of its first outings having displaced CC99015. Also, that B786951 had regained its correct number by then.

  • 15 October 2020 - Ben Williams

    Thanks this is interesting. I've added a note above to reflect this and deleted the 1986 sighting.