TTC Exclusive. Eastleigh: D6500/01/03-51/53/54/80 They also suffered from cylinder head failures, which occurred earlier and more frequently than with the 6LDA28 range. A total of 98 Class 33s were built by the Birmingham Railway Carriage and Wagon Company and were known as "Cromptons" after the Crompton Parkinson electrical equipment installed in them. The fix was relatively straight forward - a plug was fitted to allow for testing of the fluid and the 'sealed for life cover' was replaced by a bolt-on type allowing for an easy change of the fluid if deemed necessary. 65-68, 83-87. As with all the 6LDA28 engines, so the 8LDA28 suffered from 'teething troubles'. December 18th: a special oil working from Fawley to Grangetown (between Cardiff & Barry) was worked throughout by a Type 3, the locomotive immediately returning light engine to Eastleigh. August: The sphere of activity for the Type 3s continued to expand in the Central Division, included were the Sutton & Mitcham area freight workings, some empty coach stock workings between New Cross Gate and London Bridge, assorted engineering workings and an early morning diagram between London Bridge & Brighton. July: Eastleigh received its first allocation of Type 3s with twelve transferred from Hither Green for use on the oil trains from the nearby Fawley ESSO Petroleum refinery and its increasing volume of rail bourne oil traffic. Regretably the crew of D6502 were killed in the collision. January 9th: D6553 was sent to Derby for static brake tests and then to work a test train of airbraked freightliner vehicles. May: Between May 11th & 14th an exhibition of locomotives and rolling stock was staged at Marylebone parcels depot by the BTC to celebrate the Golden Jubilee of the Institution of Locomotive Engineers. On other occasions the Type 3's were working the trains either singly or in pairs. Class 33 – Technical Details, Southern E-Group (SEMG). Model Bus Spares. On 30 September 1966, locomotive D6535 was hauling a freight train that overran signals and was derailed by trap points at Wallers Ash, Hampshire. The standard load was 28 tanks. During October D6500 & D6515 were noted at Eastleigh Works. The push-pull working was introduced on December 12th, the diagram was the 07.15 Eastleigh - Waterloo, 09.30 Waterloo - Bournemouth (loco at rear), 15.23 Bournemouth - Waterloo & 19.30 Waterloo - Bournemouth. The Type 3's were also utilised on the Brighton - Plymouth & Portsmouth - Cardiff as far as Salisbury. February: The electrification of the West Coast main line would see many Mk 1 passenger coaches converted to electric heating, prior to the full scale conversion of this stock a test train was run between Ferme Park and Craigentinny, Edinburgh using electrically heated coaches powered by D6504. The train then ran each night for four nights to a fast schedule, departing Kings Cross for Craigentinny on 14th & 16th, then returning south on 15th & 17th. Locomotive No. On April 13th Schools Class 4-4-0 No. On the same date the Central and South Eastern Division locomotive diagrams were merged. Also at Exeter St David's on the same day was D6583 on the 8.00am from Waterloo which had been extended to St David's. Pre-owned. Withdrawn: D6502, D6576. ISSN 0264-3642. Ivatt 10000/10001. The 11am Waterloo - Exeter was hauled throughout by a Type 3, returning on the 16.30 as far as Salisbury. It was replaced by a straight forward set of electric stock working between Brighton & Lancing station. Class 33 includes alcoholic beverages, except for beers. General Board. A note advises the surplus, after allowing for D6576 being condemned in November 1968, will be retained at least until 1971 whilst modifications are carried out to improve reliability and availability. The late delivery of the converted E5000 series electro-diesels saw pairs of the E6000 series electro-diesels or the Type 3 diesels filling on some turns out of Waterloo. E5007. Following the successful testing of push-pull equipped D6580 in the summer of 1965 Eastleigh now began conversion of nineteen locomotives with the next example D6521 (???) D6556 attended later with a breakdown crane. BRCW also tendered for the first Type 3 Class 37s. Steam would continue to handle the winter workings, but the arrival of dual heated stock would allow the Type 3's to take over. Haulage of 375 ton passenger & van trains over electrified and non-electrified routes These proposals replicate those accepted in October 1955 for the Pilot Scheme D5300, D5500 and D5700 series, albeit with larger engines. Cars. Built 1962 by BRCW works number DEL163 as D6592. 6960 Raveningham Hall took over for a run down the Western Region main line to Bristol. Following recovery to Eastleigh Works and examination, it was considered uneconomical to repair and was cut up for spares. Built 1959 by BRCW works number DEL93 as D6501. D6573 was assisted from Faringdon by a Finsbury Park BR/Sulzer Type 2. 4/ The tender from Metropolitan Vickers saw Metropolitan Cammell handle the mechanical portion, MV the electrical equipment, with power units from Sulzer, Mirlees & Paxman, wheel arrangements were A1A or CoCo. The differences are in the details supplied for the outer transoms, guard irons, brake pull rods and secondary suspension. The original (1957) number sequence was D6500–D6597. Initially three round trips commenced with diesel haulage from May 6th, with three more on May 13th and two more June 4th. The Bournemouth electrification project recognised that it was not cost effective at the time to extend the electrification to Weymouth. Bachmann Diesel. £3.00 postage. By June the South Eastern Division duties included Tonbridge - Redhill - Reading freights. September: Towards the end of September the 8.45am Margate - Wolverhampton passenger was diagrammed for BRCW Type 3 haulage from Margate to Reading General, returning with the balancing working, in each case a reversal was made at Redhill. Over time lessons were learned in their repair which greatly improved the reliability of the hydrostatic cooling system. From May 21st the Holborough - Uddingston cement train saw its load increased to thirty three wagons, a gross load of just under 1,100 tons. August: Further testing of the TC units including some high speed runs to Bournemouth were carried out with D6580. June: For the summer season a relief Brighton - Cardiff operated using a Type 3 between Brighton & Salisbury. During November & December a further seven Type 3s were transferred to Eastleigh (70D) from Hither Green, providing Eastleigh with an allocation of about thirty Type 3's. On December 2nd D6589 and 4TC set No. Workings noted were: Aug 27th D6555 with 34008, 34034 & 35007; Sept 3rd D6517 with 34001, 34013 & 35030; Sept 10th D6549 with 35023 & 34084. "D6537" DCC Ready - Store Inventory Location: Eastleigh, United Kingdom Condition: Used Current Price: £85.00 GBP Time Left: 3d 10h 47m 52s Bids: 0 1 Current ebay UK Item - View ebay Search System. October: With the summer over the Type 3s were removed from the Western Division passenger workings due to their lack of train heating boilers. Colonel Crompton was a pioneer in the electrical industry. The 8LDA28 power unit selected for the Type 3 was available from the Sulzer catalogue, with the eight cylinder also being offered in the smaller 8LD22 & 8LD25 range. Working of the Uddingston cement trains continued in the hands of the Type 3s, they were now routed over the North London line, instead of via Holborn Viaduct and the Widened lines. March 4th: Through working of the Type 3's on the Fawley - Bromford Bridge oil tanks commenced. Bachmann. The stock at October 5th 1968 was 97 and the forecasts for each succeeding year end from 1968 to 1974 were 87, 87, 79, 79, 79, 79, 79. On the Central Division from July 1st Stewarts Lane had fifteen Type 3's available (nineteen by July 22nd), greatly impacting the steam duties remaining here. These trains were routed over the Didcot, Newbury & Southampton line, possibly a first for the Type 3's. Related groups — BR Class 37 View all 33. Class 33s were loaned from the Central and South Western divisions and six Class 25s were borrowed from the LMR. View Cart. August/September: the movement of steam engines away from Nine Elms had become a regular Sunday early afternoon movement. 30053 began their long journey from Preston Park to Canada. The Class 33s again returned to Cardiff on summer passenger workings, with two Portsmouth - Cardiff turns, one returning to Portsmouth direct, the other via Bristol. The allocation of the Type 3s from Hither Green to Eastleigh appeared to be numerically on a random basis, however the transfers in October would lead to Eastleigh having the allocation of D6500 - D6552 & D6580. February: the first of the rebuilt E50xx class, now classed E61xx were delivered from Crewe Works, their delivery would no doubt have a small impact on some of the existing Type 3 workings over the South Western division main line. On March 14th D6583 was noted passing Newark light engine northbound to York?, returning southbound later in the day with a four car Southern Region electric multiple unit. January: Four turns from Waterloo were now operated by Type 3s with 4TC stock, whilst one of the morning commuter trains from Basingstoke was Type 3 hauled with 4TC stock. There was a large gap between the Mixed Traffic Type B orders (maximum of 1,250bhp) and the Heavy Duty Type C orders (minimum 2,000bhp). The BR class 33 were built by the Birmingham railway carriage and wagon works and introduced from 1960-62 They were designed expressly for the Southern region and totalled 98 locos in all. Rail No. The summer again brought more passenger workings for the Type 3s on the Bournemouth line, particularly on Sundays, including pairs of locomotives on the Bournemouth Belle. Towards the end of the month D6502 was being tested as far as Dover via Shepherdswell. The second special had a bit more of an adventure, retaining its original motive power and running via Clapham Junction, Salisbury, Westbury and Bath to Bristol. In reality however the high viscosity fluid in the dampers at times was not able to distribute away the heat generated leading to the failure of the damper. Ability to haul electric multiple unit stock at normal speeds over all routes in times of emergency Which supplied the electrical equipment for the class 33 locomotives which thus came to be known by the nickname … D6507 & D5007 took twelve coaches from Dartford via Nunhead, Clapham Junction, East Putney and Wimbledon to Yeovil Junction, where steam took over for the short trip to Yeovil Town. There are also three tables a locomotive performance details. BR Class 33 Diesels. Fifteen people were injured, some seriously. From time to time Brush Type 4s and several steam types filled in due to failure or non-availability of the Type 3's. [1]Like their lower-powered BRCW sisters (BR Classes 26 and 27), their bodywork and cab ends were of all steel construction. April 18th: D6525 failed in Southampton Tunnel with the 15.30 Waterloo - Swanage, for reasons now long forgotten this failure and subsequent delays drew the attention of the press and television. November 18th: D6529 hauled the President of Iceland from Gatwick to Victoria, substituting for failed electric locomotive No. Photograph Nick Broome. The train heating generator would only produce a constant output with the engine running at 550rpm to 750rpm. Deliveries were: 38 taken into stock in 1960 (D6500 - D6537) These services from Waterloo included workings to Basingstoke, Eastleigh & Waterloo. With the delivery commencing of the narrow bodied D6596 - D6597 for use on the Tonbridge - Hastings line, the few remaining steam locomotives operating over this route were either withdrawn or transferred away. 178 photos. In the event, some of the surplus was put on Waterloo-Exeter line diagrams, releasing Class 42 to be withdrawn in its entirety at the start of 1972. Two people were killed. July 3rd & 10th: Because of scheduled engineering work the 06.00am Weymouth � Waterloo boat train was routed via Trowbridge, Chippenham & Swindon, powered by D6548 & D6508 respectively. On April 29th training trips commenced between New Cross Gate and Polegate. Due to damage sustained, 33 036 was withdrawn from service and scrapped. Beside the locomotive is one of the site's regular contributors, Roger Goodrum, who is leaning on an indicator which reminded drivers of the In order to accommodate the training of Eastern Region crews through to York several Type 3's were loaned to Finsbury Park including D6504 (2/61) & D6559 (11/61) and New England: D6556 (11/61), D6517 (12/61), D6559 (12/61), D6541 (10/62) & D6553 (7/63). Investigation revealed that the torsional damper had overheated and seized, thus becoming ineffective and allowing the crankshaft to undergo stresses well in excess of their design. It was initially tested between Fawley and Eastleigh on a variety of tank train workings. These requirements included: Haulage of 700 ton freight trains on ruling gradients of 1 in 70 424 was noted passing Finsbury Park. 6576 was withdrawn after sustaining collision damage at Reading. The … 19 taken into stock in 1962 (D6579 - D6597). BR Class 31 Introduction- Learn the basics of shunting wagons and manual junction operation using the Class 31/1 Diesel Electric Locomotive. It would be broken up at Eastleigh during March 1969. These are two closely related kits: PK010 for the Class 26/27 and PK011 for the Class 33. 33 032 was hauling a passenger train that was in a head-on collision with the freight train (hauled by 47 202). Railways. 30926 & M7 0-4-4T No. A similar move took place on March 22nd with D6520, but with a unit attached in each direction. August 16th: Twelve withdrawn LT Piccadilly Line underground cars were hauled by D6540 from Wimbledon Park to Micheldever for storage, with possible further use on the Isle of Wight. Hornby Railroad R2939 BR Class 33 Locomotive No. July 17th: D6506, E5004 & 20001 were noted at Balcombe Tunnel Junction track testing station. Free postage. 12 locomotives in July 1959 (narrow bodied variant, body profile of 8'8" instead of standard 9'3".) The locomotive remained on the rails and no injuries were sustained by the crew. on these workings, the Type 3's were certainly put to the test with 12 coach, 400 ton plus trains. 20 locomotives in October 1958 On July 9th the last steam workings took place prior the next next day's full inauguration of the Waterloo - Bournemouth electrification. Presumably the presence of the Type 3 at York was connected to the Cliffe - Uddingston cement trains? Plough Porn. General. On June 30th 6531 sustained fire damage at Wool whilst working the the 11.35 Weymouth - Waterloo service. A dynamometer car was included in the train. From time to time during the summer the Waterloo - Bournemouth steam workings were handled by Type 3s, though Brush Type 4's were preferred. The BRCW/Sulzer/CP Type 3s (later Class 33) were not part of the 1956 Modernisation Plan's initial order for 171 (later 174) locomotives. The summer timetable found the Charing Cross/Cannon Street main line services to Dover/Ramsgate in the hands of diesels, including the D65xx series. Home. Four days later D6506 was noted working passenger and goods trains on the Allhallows-on-Sea branch. Elsewhere on the South West Division the absence of freights on a Saturday allowed the Type 3's to cover many passenger workings on the Waterloo - Bournemouth & Lymington Pier workings. During October the number of push-pull equipped Class 33s required was revised downwards from 30 to 19. Class 33 and bogie flats, Brondebury Park, late 1970s.jpg 4,045 × 2,714; 1.29 MB. Details of the proposals for the 2nd order of the BRCW Type 3s (20 locomotives) reveal that four tenders were received, these were probably very similar to the tenders for the first 45 BRCW Type 3s. The route was via Salisbury, Westbury & Taunton. September 30th: D6535 working the 19.53 Redbridge - Feltham freight ran through catch points at Weston signalbox with the locomotive ending up in an adjacent field. Crewe Railway Station and Surrounding. August 26th: the 09.57 Brighton - Exeter relief (via Westbury & Taunton) brought one of the Hasting gauge Type 3's, D6597 to Exeter, possibly for the first time. January 25th: tests were carried out in the rerouting of the Uddingston cement trains via Hither Green, Blackfriars, Farringdon & the Widened Lines. For more information about federal registration, see Nolo's articles on Trademark Law. January 17th & 20th: Blizzard conditions in the south-east saw the Dover Marine - Victoria 'Night Ferry' hauled by two Type 3's instead of the more normal electric locomotive. Lineside observation on the South Western Division found about one third of the locomotive hauled passenger services in the hands of Type 3�s. Southampton: Kingfisher. This included the use of Canklow allocated B1 No.61313 on October 1st working two roundtrip Redhill - Reading passenger services. On 25 February 1979, locomotive No. Another class virtually extinct on the mainline (A couple with West Coast) but many preserved. January: D6518 was sent to Worcester for driver training, pending their use on the Fawley - Bromford Bridge oil trains. Oxford Diecast. The Class 33 ‘Crompton’ is a classic British Rail Southern Region diesel locomotive, and is ready to get to work for you in Train Simulator. Although the Sulzer catalogue included a B & C variant for the 8LDA28 none were ordered by British Railways. A wide route availability. The BR system used a two pole system with a protective interlock, the Continental system used a single pole, requiring locomotives working these services to be equipped with two different connections between the locomotive and rolling stock. D6537 DCC Ready . At night the Type 3's took up a number of freight turns. Class 33. July 1st: D6519 noted at Weston super Mare with a set of coaches. Many freights were cancelled whilst the Uddingston cement workings were handled by Brush Type 2s over the ECML from Clarence Yard, Hornsey. The Power Of The 33s. As a step towards the removal of steam from the Waterloo - Bournemouth services, D6580 was modified for remote operation with a modified rake of electric multiple unit stock (6TC sent No.601) and tested between Wimbledon Park & Basingstoke commencing July 21st. Two weeks later on November 21st 70000 was removed from Preston Park to Redhill by 6554. There are 3 scenarios featured also: 1. A further 43 electro-diesel locomotives would be ordered from English Electric, which in conjunction with the new electric multiple unit stock would allow for the elimination of over 250 steam locomotives. PRE OWNED Graham Farish Poole 8314 British Rail Class 33 D6572 BR Green Livery N Gauge Length - 103 mm Era - 5 DCC - Not compatible without hard. LIMA 205174 CLASS 33 THE BURMA STAR 33056 BR BLUE GOOD USED UNBOXED (OO591) £39.99. Kings Cross crews worked the train throughout, with a pilotman north of York. June: 6570 was at the Research Center, Derby. Later in the month D6520/38/46 were in the area for continued training. This issue was not confined just to the Sulzer make of engine, investigation of other makes found similar issues. The early discovery of cracked pistons was resolved by modifications introduced from June 1959. D6570 which should have returned south with the cement empties was instead used to work one of the coal trains to the London area. 21 locomotives in May 1960 March: Night visits were made by a D65xx locomotive to the Lewes - Barcombe Mills line for the purpose of testing bridges in conjunction with West Country Pacific No. http://www.semgonline.com/diesel/class33_dat.html, http://www.railwaysarchive.co.uk/documents/MoT_Hilsea1979.pdf, http://www.railwaysarchive.co.uk/documents/DoT_Frome1987.pdf, Birmingham Railway Carrige and Wagon Company, 4ft 8 and 1/2in (142.5cm, 'Standard Guage'), D6500–D6597; later 33001–33065, 33101–33119, 33201–33212. Early in March D6500 & D6501 were noted together being tested with ten coach sets through Tonbridge. 3/ The tender from BRCW saw BRCW handle the mechanical build, with a Sulzer engine and Crompton Parkinson electrical equipment with a BoBo wheel arrangement. The first public services began on August 15th using three 4TC units and D6542 on the 09.30 Waterloo - Bournemouth. June: Full electric passenger workings commenced between London and the Kent Coast ports. ^ Modern Railways Pictorial 1986, page 115 ^ a b c Bishop, Bill (1984). Eastleigh: D6500/01/03-46/48-54/78/80 BR Class 33 Diesels. During October?? The British Rail Class 33 also known as the BRCW Type 3 is a class of Bo-Bo diesel-electric locomotives ordered in 1957 and built for the Southern Region of British Railways between 1960 and 1962. Class 33/0 D6561 BR Green with Full Yellow Front Diesel Locomotive DCC FITTED By Dapol | Code: 2D-001-008D | N Gauge Free postage Availability: Ordered upon request A total of 98 Class 33s were built by the Birmingham Railway Carriage and Wagon Company and were known as Cromptons after the Crompton Parkinson electrical equipment installed in them. However in general most of the diesels would be released to replace steam on the area freight workings. Corgi Diecast. March 23rd: the 08.30am Didcot - Eastleigh mixed freight hauled by D6520 derailed 22 wagons between Highclere & Burghclere. The Class 33 first appeared in British Rail Green livery in 1960 and was deployed in the south east. In placing the specifications for the Type 3, the Southern Region had a very clear idea of what was required, including some features which were outside of the BTC's specifications. May 6th: D6544 departed Eastleigh towing 30073, 73169, 75069 & 76057 for scrap. The BRCW/Sulzer/CP Type 3s (later Class 33) were not part of the 1956 Modernisation Plan's initial order for 171 (later 174) locomotives. Windhoff MPV. Possibly due to these shortages there were some unusual steam workings in the area. Additionally the use of the Class 33s on the Night Ferry service required them to be able to handle the different heating system used by the Continental sleeping cars. The EMU controller had only four positions, it was necessary to create a means of translating these four positions into something useable by the locomotive to control the engine speed. While most of this class have been withdrawn from active duty, many can … 1/ The tender from English Electric kept everything in-house, powered by an 18cyl 1,700hp Deltic engine, the mechanical portion based on the Bo-Bo Baby Deltic with a larger engine. �87,650, �94,850, �81,550, May: the Southampton - Edge Hill freight workings frequently brought Type 3's to Bescot, running over the ex-Great Western route to Leamington, then Kenilworth, Berkswell, Stechford and Bescot, where electric traction took over. Class 03/04. ISBN 0-85153-431-7. Eastleigh: D6500/01/03-55/80 With the withdrawal of steam the two weekday morning & evening Clapham Jct - Kensington Olympia service were worked by D6568 on July 10th. Click & Collect. The tests were shortlived pending delivery of suitably equipped South West Division Type 3s. Locomotives exhibited included brand new BRCW Type 3 No. During April 6512 was noted at Eastleigh Works receiving repairs to damage sustained after colliding with bufferstops somewhere in the London area. BR Class 33 Bo-Bo The BRCW Type 3 ... Class 33: 33207 in West Coast Rail livery at Stoke Pound 23rd August 2008. Media in category "British Rail Class 33" The following 11 files are in this category, out of 11 total. Derby Lightweight DMU. pp. Ability to work vacuum & air-braked rolling stock 45 locomotives in December 1957 The clean lines of the cab front were lost with the addition of waist level brake and multiple unit working pipes, vestible rubbing plates, buckeye couplings and pneumatic retractable buffers. D6558 was hauling a parcels train that was run into by a passenger train at Marden, Kent. Buy Class 33 and get the best deals at the lowest prices on eBay! 34008 Padstow. [2], This class of locomotive have held many class coads: 33/0 (D15/1, 15/6 and KA), 33/1 (KB), 33/2 (D15/2, 15/6A, KA-4C). Bachmann Dynamis Additional Receiver. Nineteen Class 33s were converted at Eastliegh for this purpose. Although nineteen Class 33s were converted to push-pull working only four were required to handle the daily Bournemouth - Weymouth diagrams. The Train Sim World: BR Class 33 Loco now joins the BR Class 47 and BR Class 09 to further bring to life the heritage festivities of the West Somerset Railway route’s diesel gala – and is required to use this loco add-on. UK Class 37. Page added July 29th 2012. Bachmann Dynamis Pro Box. They were very similar in appearance to class 26/27 locos, but carried Southern Region two-digit headcode blinds between the cab windows. The British Rail Class 33 also known as the BRCW Type 3 is a class of Bo-Bo diesel-electric locomotives ordered in 1957 and built for the Southern Region of British Railways between 1960 and 1962. Carriage and Wagon company modern Railways Pictorial 1986, page 115 ^ a b c Bishop, Bill 1984. August 8th: noted North of York, from Bishops Lydeard to minehead 2 well known workings was to Bridge. Details, Southern E-Group ( SEMG ) collision with the cement empties instead. Crompton Parkinson Ltd electrical industry withdrawal of steam the two weekday morning & Clapham! 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