A sandite DMU unit already held by the rebels in 1995.
A Pacer Train DMU donated 2002.
A Sprinter Train DMU unit already held by the rebels in 1995.
In March 2013, 121032 was withdrawn from service due to an engine problem which could not be rectified. It was subsequently sold to Mercian Railways for use as a spare parts donor.
Northern rail sold the set to Mercian Railways in 2015.
Mercian agents and some collaborators in Bury sneaked the units in to Mercia on night of May 1st 1997.
It was on a Manchester Piccadilly to Birmingham New Street run via Stockport, Crew, Stafford and Wolverhampton on the day of the Mercian rebellion. It was abandoned at Wolverhampton station, left in a near by siding and then stolen by rebels 3 days later.
A EMU that was captured in Duddeston the day after the revolution.
A L.T.S. Railways EMU that was rescued from a Derby scrapyard in 2013.
The unit was sold illegally by Network Rail to Mercian Railways in 2008.
The unit was sold by Chiltern Railways to Mercian Railways in 2008 after some of the hydraulic equipment had been cannibalised in to another unit.
A Railtrack sandite unit being stolen by rebels from Moor Street station in 2001.