Category:British Rail Class 101

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English: The British Rail Class 101 diesel multiple units were built by Metro-Cammell at Washwood Heath in Birmingham from 1956 to 1959, following construction of a series of prototype units. This class proved to be the most successful and longest-lived of all BR's First Generation DMUs, with the final five units being withdrawn on 24 December 2003. The oldest set was, by then, just over 47 years old.
British Rail Class 101 
class of two-, three- and four-car diesel multiple units built by MetroCam
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Instance ofrolling stock class
Subclass ofDiesel Multiple Unit
Operator
Manufacturer
  • Metro Cammell (1955, 1960)
Service entry
  • 1956
Service retirement
  • 2003
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British Rail Class 101 (en-gb); イギリス国鉄101系気動車 (ja); British Rail Class 101 (en); British Rail Class 101 (it) class of two-, three- and four-car diesel multiple units built by MetroCam (en); class of two-, three- and four-car diesel multiple units built by MetroCam (en-gb) イギリス国鉄クラス101気動車 (ja)

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