|Information for Matisa B45|
|Power:||540 hp (403 kW)|
The Matisa B41UE is manufacturer's most numerous type on British rails being especially designed for the British market. It is a universal tamping machine designed for switches and crossings. The machine comprises two parts, the first has the engine and hydraulics and the second is a permanently coupled trailer that contains a workshop .
Another type in use in the B45, three of which are in service on plain line and switches and crossings. Two B45s are also owned by London Underground.
|Volker Rail DR 75404 at Leicester|
|DR 75404 is a B41UE, one of eleven in service|
|Another view of DR 75404|
 Royston Morris, Railway Maintenance Vehicles & Equipment (Amberley, 2017) p. 9