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 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.
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.
A Gloucester twin in Edinburgh Waverley, thought to be taken in 1965. David Faircloth.
A GRCW twin leads a 4-car formation (the other is a Cravens or Met-Camm) into Stonehouse with a Coalburn bound service on the 2nd October 1965, the last day of services. Hamish Stevenson Collection.
The Stonehouse signalman waits to collect the token from the driver of the incoming GRCW twin on a service from Strathaven on the 2nd October 1965, the last day of services. Hamish Stevenson Collection.
A Class 100 / 101 hybrid. Both vehicles are in early variations of Rail Blue livery, the Gloucester has additional yellow as it includes the cab doors, the Met-Camm less yellow as it has just a small yellow panel (signified by the BR logo being on the cab door). Taken at Perth, date unknown. Stuart Rankin.
The cab of a Class 100 vehicle. Tim Stubbs.