|52010||59801||53510||Listed at AY - 17/06/84|
|52010||59807||52034||Listed at AY - 25/03/85|
|52010||59807||52034||Listed at Ayr - Summer 1986 - Strathclyde livery|
|52010||59807||52034||Listed at AY - 23/03/87|
|52010||59807||52034||Listed at AY - Jan-88|
|52010||59807||52034||Listed at ED - circa August 1988|
107 449 (presumably 52010 + 59807 + 52034) enters Glasgow Central, circa 1984. Andrew McConnell.
A hybrid set departs Edinburgh Waverley in 1986. The Closest is a Class 107 DMBS labeled 107449, presumably 52010, the centre car is a Class 107, the other power car is a Class 101 labeled 101363 (presumably 53185). S Saunders.
DMUs 107449 (52010 presumably closest) arrives into Glasgow Central station as 101321 (53146 presumably closest) departs. August 24th, 1987. David Christie.
107449 (presumably 59807 and 52034) sits in Stranraer Harbour station in 1988. Andrew McConnell.
107 449 (presumably 52034 + 59807 + 52010) near Eglinton Street in May 1988. Andrew McConnell.
107449 (presumably 52010 + 59807 + 52034) departs from Curriehill station with the 13.18 Edinburgh Waverley - Glasgow Central on 11-07-1988. Gordon Thomson.
107449 (presumably 52034 + 59807 + 52010) calls at Curriehill with the 13.18 Edinburgh Waverley - Glasgow Central train on 11-07-1988. Then relatively new, this station was opened (or rather re-opened near the site of a former station) to encourage commuters from Currie and Balerno to take the train into Edinburgh. It is situated on the Caledonian Railway's route to Carstairs and Glasgow. This line is now electrified. The original Curriehill (called "Currie") opened on 15 February 1848, and was closed by British Railways on 31 March 1951. The present station (which occupies the site of the old station) opened on 5 October 1987. Gordon Thomson.
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