L595 Cholsey 16 August 1991

L595 (51074, 59430 & 51086) calls at Cholsey station on 16 August 1991 with the 2C66 17:35 Reading to Bicester Town Network SouthEast service. The leading car is one of only three Class 119 vehicles to have escaped the cutter's torch. DMBC 51074 is now paired with DMSL 51104 (ex L594), and is currently under restoration at the Swindon & Cricklade Railway, Another DMBC (51073) exists, but no centre cars survive. The reason only three out of the original 81 cars exist is due principally to the expense of removing the vehicle's asbestos insulation.