An official image of two new GRC&W sets in Edinburgh Waverley on the 29th January 1959. They were on public display the day before and would enter traffic a few days later. Courtesy of A.A.McLean. British Railways.
A GRC&W set at Joppa station with an Edinburgh - Musselburgh train on June 28th, 1958, a service which had just switched to diesel operation earlier that month. Stuart Mackay Collection.
A GRC&W set working a North Berwick service is seen at Drem on June 30, 1958. Stuart Mackay Collection.
A GRC&W set enters Corstorphine station on July 14, 1958. Stuart Mackay Collection.
A GRC&W twin arrives into Wolverhampton High Level with the 4.44pm Lichfield - Walsall / Wolverhampton service on September 13th, 1958. It was allocated to 3C as denoted by the markings on the bufferbeam and lower cab corner. Michael Mensing.
A GRC&W set at Leith North, waiting to work a service to Edinburgh Princes Street. Date unknown. Stuart Mackay Collection.
An official image of a Glasgow Central - Edinburgh Princes St service at Cambuslang on the 27th July 1959. Courtesy of A.A.McLean. British Railways.
The train crew are having a break on the bench in Sheringham station before they depart on their GRC&W twin set. Date unknown. Steve Davies Collection.
A Gloucester twin set seen in Douglas West station. Date unknown. Hamish Stevenson.
A Gloucester twin set seen at Inches working a Muirkirk service. Date unknown. Hamish Stevenson Collection.
A Class 100/105 hybrid set in green with a 2-car Class 100 in blue, the DTC with a small yellow panel. It is seen heading out of Cromer Beach station towards Sheringham. Date unknown. Steve Davies Collection.
A Class 100 at Duddingston & Craigmillar on 8/9/62. This was a station on the Edinburgh suburban circular route. GM Staddon.
A Class 100 and Class 101 sit in Birmingham New Street on the 13th January 1962, they form the 4.5pm to Wolverhampton High Level. Michael Mensing.
The 2.06pm Galashiels - Edinburgh Waverley is seen at Rosewell on the 3rd February 1962, the last day of services. Hamish Stevenson.
A two-car GRCW and two-car Met-Camm set is seen departing from Whiteacre in early May 1963 with a Birmingham service. Michael Mensing.
The driver reads his paper while he awaits to depart North Berwick on the 1.30pm to Costorphine, 2/5/64. Hamish Stevenson.
A Class 100 set runs into a station that's thought to be Yoker Ferry, it's an ECS working for the 12.05pm Yoker Ferry to Coatbridge, 3/10/64, the last day of this service. Hamish Stevenson.
The 3.15pm ex-Muirkirk runs into Lanark Racecourse station on the last day of this service, 3/10/64. Hamish Stevenson.
A GRC&W twin set arrives at Scotstoun East with the 12.05pm Yoker - Coatbridge on the 3rd October 1964. This would be the second last train on the Glasggow low level line, and the last between Bridgeton Cross and Coatbridge. Hamish Stevenson.
A Class 100 seen at Costorphine about 1965/66. Malcolm Clements.