Thanks. Yes, I probably was getting mixed-up with SR conversions.
A big diversion for CA, but while we are on it, services that used these SECR conversions?
Looking at the Bluebell history of one of its Ps, I was surprised by how many routes they worked on, all briefly.
Ash-Aldershot; Beckenham Jc - Norwood Jc; Victoria -St Paul’s; Greenwich Park; isle of Grain; Westerham; Sevenoaks - Otford.
Were there more?
Both bogie sets - Greenwich Park
6-wheel 3-sets: Brixton-Moorgate (2 sets, employed one either side of an 0-4-4T, R or R1); St Paul's-Victoria (1 set); Otford-Sevenoaks (1 set); Dover Priory-Canterbury East (1 set); Swanley Junc.-Gravesend West St. (1 set); Birchington-Ramsgate (1 set).
They were also used on Aldershot-Ash
Aside for the Brixton-Moorgate service, these services all seem to have been in the hands of Ps.
The Brixton-Moorgate sets and R tanks were soon transferred to other services: Snow Hill-Crystal Palace and Gravesend Central-Port Victoria.
It is thought that a set may have been trialled on the Westerham branch (which is my excuse) and on the Hawkhurst branch.
In late 1915/early 1916, a set was trialled on the Bexhill West line.
The 3-sets varied. The King drawings are of one of the more common formations. There were a few ex-SER coaches used.