D19 (45025), Entered Traffic 12/60, Withdrawn 5/81, Broken Up 11/81 Holding the fifty third spot for the shortest service life at 20 years 5 months is D19 (45025) which is a Derby Works Peak, entering traffic in December 1960 allocated to Derby MPD. It is one of the class fitted with the distinctive split headcode boxes each side of the gangway doors. D11 – D15 were delivered fitted with the gangway doors however it was then decided to omit the gangway doors and consequently D16 –D30 and D68 – D107 were delivered with the doors no longer incorporated into the nose, but the headcode boxes still on the outside edges of the nose front. It retained split headcode boxes through to withdrawal. In June 1961 it transferred to Leeds Neville Hill and moved across the city to Holbeck in December 1962. It would spend the majority of its career allocated to Leeds Holbeck MPD with its next and final transfer being to Tinsley in October 1977. 45025 was an early class 45 casualty being withdrawn in May 1981 and broken up at Derby Works in November 1981. 45025 - http://www.flickr.com/photos/pics-by-john/7312831276/ 45025 – http://www.flickr.com/photos/pics-by-john/8374675649/ 45025 - http://www.flickr.com/photos/pics-by-john/8436663565/ To be continued.