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|British Rail Class 202|
Unit 1013 has arrived at Alresford on 20th July 1985 and is the first passenger train to visit the Mid-Hants Railway since the line was re-opened by the volunteers in 1977.
|Manufacturer||Eastleigh and Ashford Works|
|Number built||54 vehicles (9 units)|
|Maximum speed||75 mph (121 km/h)|
|Weight||55 long tons (56 t) (power car)|
|Engine(s)||English Electric 4SRKT Mark II|
|Power output||500 hp (370 kW)|
|Transmission||2 English Electric EE6K traction motors|
The British Rail Class 202 (or 6L) diesel-electric multiple units were built from 1957-58 at Eastleigh and Ashford Works. These units were built to work the London Charing Cross to Hastings services. Several tunnels along the route had restricted clearance, meaning that these units were built with a narrow body profile.
The last six-car units were withdrawn in 1986, when the Hastings line was electrified. The line through the tunnels was reduced to single track, allowing standard loading gauge Class 411 electrical multiple units to replace the diesel units on passenger services. One unit was subsequently reinstated to provide emergency cover, and was renumbered as 202001 to conform with the TOPS numbering system.
After the mass withdrawals of 1986, several units were reformed as four-car units, and subsequently renumbered into the Class 203 series. In addition, several vehicles saw further use as departmental vehicles.
Original 6L Units
|-||1011||60014||60521||60522||60707||60523||60015||1986||Reformed to 203001|
|202001||1013||60018||60527||60528||60709||60529||60019||1987||Reformed as 203101|
Reformed 4L Units
|1990||Sandite unit 1067|
|Unit No.||DM||T||DM (DT*)||Withdrawn||Status|
|1067||203001||977698 (ex-60152)||977697 (ex-60523)||977699 (ex-60153)||1996||Scrapped (1996)|
|1068||207014/203001||977700 (ex-60139)||977696 (ex-60522)||977701* (ex-60910)||1992||Scrapped (2005)|
One complete unit, has been preserved.
In addition, two vehicles from unit 1012 have also been preserved.
Several of the vehicles from 1012 and 1013 now operate in preserved mainline registered unit 201001. To avoid conflict with Class 60 locomotives, vehicles 60016 and 60018 have been renumbered to 60116 and 60118 respectively. These two vehicles have also been named after towns along the routes which they previously worked.