Cravens Ltd. of Darnall, Sheffield built 405 vehicles, later classified as Classes 105/106/112/113/129. Classes 105 and 106 were by far the most numerous with 302 examples, and the two types only differed by their choice of power units, and were later both classified as 105s. They were integrally-constructed steel vehicles with bodyside profiles identical to Mk I stock, using the same types of doors and windows (Cravens also built Mk Is). The sets operated in areas around Manchester, East Anglia, East & North London, Newcastle, Scotland, Cumbria and Lincolnshire. The last vehicles were withdrawn in 1988 and three examples are preserved, two of which are currently under restoration at the East Lancashire Railway to their original state to a very high standard.
Item is DCC ready, requires 2 decoders and has directional lighting
Directional and interior lighting