Class 153 Gallery

Images of Class 153 Diesel Multiple Units taken in the Taunton Area

28th December 2017
GWR Class 153 No.153380 passes Creech St Michael on the 28th December 2017 working a class one diagram. The 1C45 13:19 Bristol Temple Meads - Exeter St Davids was booked to be three coaches but ended up being one due to a shortage of stock. The loanly unit is seen passing Creech St Michael.
(Photo: Brian Garrett)

21st March 2017
A recent 'odd ball' returning to use with GWR is Class 153 No.153305. The unit was previously part of the GWR fleet but was to be transferred to Northern, as part of this move the unit was sent to Long Marston to begin its colour change. However since then the unit has now returned to service with GWR and is currently wearing undercoat grey livery. It's ghostly appearance instantly gained it the nickname 'Casper'. On the 21st March 2017 Casper can be seen at Taunton ready to depart with the 2U26 17:06 Taunton - Cardiff stopping service.
(Photo: Thomas Courtney)

9th March 2003
Heart of Wessex liveried Class 153 No.153305 and another unidentified Class 153 pass Cogload Junction on the 9th March 2003 working to Paignton.
(Photo: Brian Garrett)

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