A new looking Met-Camm in the un-rebuilt Birmingham New Street, heading for Stafford if the blind is to be believed. Photo by David McIntosh. Ian McDonald Collection.
Brand new Met-Camm sets in platform 1 of Glasgow Buchanan Street Station, possibly on a Six Lochs Land Cruise. Date unknown. Stuart Mackay Collection.
A fresh looking 101, heading for Coventry, taken at Northampton Castle. Undated, photo by Tony Pirie. Ian McDonald Collection.
A power / trailer set heading away from the camera just north of Monkwearmouth station. date unknown. Stuart Mackay Collection.
Brand new Met-Camm sets in Dundee West shed, approximately July 1958. Despite this relatively late date the vehicle do not have whiskers. The vehicle closest to the camera, a DTC, has a Met-Camm banner in the centre bodyside window. George Bett.
A Met-Camm DMC on rear of a Newcastle - Carlisle service seen at Haltwhistle on the 2nd August 1958. 77011 is working the Alston branch. Stuart Mackay Collection.
A Met-Camm set in York station. No other details are known, but note the orange stickers on the cab and on the bodysides. Tony Wilkins.
A Met-Camm set at the head of a long DMU formation passing Patricroft. Date unknown. Ian McDonald.
A Met-Camm power-trailer set seen at Saughton Junction on the 3rd October 1959. Stuart Mackay Collection.
A Met-Cam unit is seen at Darlington Bank Top on the Crook Service in 1960. Roy Lambeth.
A Met-Camm at Ravenscar on the Whitby-Scarborough line. John Darwent Collection.
A unit descending from Prospect Hill Junction to Whitby Town. John Darwent Collection.
This Met-Cam had just arrived at Durham Station from Sunderland on a quiet summer Saturday afternoon in 1962. It was then of the standard combination of Motor Brake Second and Composite Trailer. Roy Lambeth.
A 3-car Metro-Cammell set is about to leave the south end of the Forth Railway Bridge into Dalmeny station, heading towards Edinburgh Waverley. 26th October 1962. ScR Official Picture. AA McLean Collection.
A Darlington Class 101 at Crook station in 1964, shortly before the line's closure from Bishop Auckland. Roy Lambeth.
Class 101 DMUs at Whitby Town in 1964. A busy scene, with three Class 101 units, plus loco-hauled stock is also visible behind the middle unit. At this time, Whitby was still linked to Scarborough, albeit requiring reversals at either end of the route to leave / access the stations, but this coastal route closed the following year, 1965. All three Met-Camms have different width of yellow panels. The set on the right is formed DMS/TBS/DMS. Graeme Phillips Collection.
On the 30th May 1964 a Class 101 enters Helensburgh Upper, the first stop the 2.10pm Craigendoran - Ardlui. Craigendoran was on the outskirts of Helensburgh where these services connected with the North Clyde electric services. Hamish Stevenson.
A 2-car Met-Camm set sitting in Dollar station on the 6th June 1964, after arriving with the 1.02pm from Stirling. Hamish Stevenson.
A 2-car Class 101 departs from Tillicoultry station with the 7.43am Perth - Alloa service on the 6th June 1964. Hamish Stevenson.
A Class 101 set enters Port Glasgow in 1965. Steve Davies Collection.