|Motor:||2 Crompton Parkinson C162 or EE305 electric motors (DC OHLE)|
|Power:||114 hp (85 kW)|
The Brush Railcoaches were retrofitted with English Electric electric equipment reused from the EE Railcoaches as they were scrapped in the 1960s. Later modifications included replacing the original trolley pole with a pantograph and improved lighting - interior and exterior.
Most of the fleet were withdrawn in the early 2010s. Fourteen still survive, some in working order. One (636) is also being used to develop and test a wheel mounted motor and battery operation.
|630 at Crich Tramway Museum|
|630 carries the 1990s livery of Blackpool Transport Services|
|630 is in later modernised condition|
|630 approaches the terminus at Crich|
|636 at Wirksworth, testing electrical equipment|
|Waiting to depart|