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Class 104 DMU images identified by Set No.


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101325

104 DMU

1st June 1985

53424

Stabled in the yard at Oban along with a YCV Turbot open ballast wagon are two former Buxton allocated 'White Roofed' class 104 DMU power cars, which now form 104325 'The Mexican Bean' and allocated to Eastfield Depot as their SC53424 and SC53434, for services on the 42 mile Crianlarich to Oban branch for the summer tourist traffic, they worked three summer seasons for ScotRail and the Highlands & Islands Tourist Board being taken out of use in the autumn of 1987. 1st June 1985. Andrew J Crowther.

104325

104 DMU

1st June 1985

53434

Two former Buxton allocated 'White Roofed' class 104 DMU power cars, which now form 104325 'The Mexican Bean' and allocated to Eastfield Depot as their SC53434 and SC53424, for services on the 42 mile Crianlarich to Oban branch for the summer tourist traffic, they worked three summer seasons for ScotRail and the Highlands & Islands Tourist Board being taken out of use in the autumn of 1987. 1st June 1985. Andrew J Crowther.


104 DMU

August 1985

53424

The "Mexican Bean" (53424 / 53434) glimpsed at Dalmally from a passing train while working an Oban to Crianlarich shuttle on a rainy day in August 1985. John McIntyre.


104 DMU

30th April 1986

53434

"Mexican Bean" set 104 325 (53434 / 53424) in Eastfield depot, 30th April 1986. Neil Cannon.


104 DMU

11th August 1986

53424

Seen at Oban on 11/08/1986, 104325 consisted of vehicles SC53424 + SC53434 and was painted in this so-called "Mexican Bean" livery of maroon and white for use on the Oban - Crianlarich summer shuttle services. It was often attached to the rear of a loco-hauled service to be taken back to its home depot of Eastfield (ED), Glasgow, for servicing / refueling. Note the white West Highland Terrier symbol on the bodyside, representing the said depot. Graeme Phillips Collection.

104450

104 DMU

Unknown Date

104 450 enters Johnstone. The DMBS is a 104, but the centre car seems to be a 107, and the DMC is a 101! And there are at least another four vehicles behind. Undated. Andrew McConnell.

104452

104 DMU

October 1984

53461

104 452 (presumably with 53461 at the front and with two Class 107 vehicles) seen in Glasgow Central station in October 1984. Mike Cooper.


104 DMU

28th November 1986

53461

Hybrid set 104 452 runs into Edinburgh Waverley on the 11:04 from North Berwick, 28th November 1986. The set of formed of a Class 104 DMBS, a Class 101 centre car and Class 120 DMS. Hamish Stevenson.

40

104 DMU

4th May 1981

56186

Hybrid DMU formed of a Birmingham Railway Carriage and Wagon Co. built class 104 driving trailer E56186 and Cravens built Class 105/2 motor unit E51266 forming a Peterborough station to Nene Valley Railway shuttle service on 4th May 1981. Gordon Edgar.

454

104 DMU

Unknown Date

The DMBS from set 454 donates some spare air receivers for a preserved Class 126 at MC Metals. Date unknown. Andrew McConnell.

455

104 DMU

30th August 1986

53598

BRCW Class 104 DMBS 53598 is the trailing power car in mixed Set 455 seen here leaving Prestwick station in August 1986. The wires are in place for the Ayrshire electrification which would go live the following month. The centre car is a Metro-Cammel vehicle (59090). A typically mixed set in the final fling of the DMU in Scotland. Andrew McConnell.

456

104 DMU

April 1986

Class 104 set 456 seen in Edinburgh Waverley, August 1986. Alan Rintoul.


104 DMU

2nd May 1987

53517

53517 with 59168 and 53464 at Eastfield depot on the 2nd May 1987. Dennis Taylor.


104 DMU

8th July 1987

Looking north at track level as a 3 car BRC&W dmu 104456 crosses the Forth Bridge, which spans the Firth of Forth in Scotland, the bridge which links Queensferry and Inverkeithing is 8,296 feet long. 8th July 1987. Andrew J Crowther.


104 DMU

8th July 1987

53464

Looking south at track level as a 3 car BRC&W class 104 dmu headed by car SC53464 heads north across the Forth Bridge, which spans the Firth of Forth in Scotland, the bridge which links Queensferry and Inverkeithing and is 8,296 feet long. 8th July 1987. Andrew J Crowther.

457

104 DMU

7th May 1988

53556

Set 457 heads out of Edinburgh Waverley on the 7th May 1988 formed 53504, 59228 and 53556 on the rear. Dennis Taylor.


104 DMU

7th May 1988

53504

53504, 59228 and 53556 in Edinburgh Waverley on the 7th May 1988. Dennis Taylor.


104 DMU

7th May 1988

53556

Class 104 set 457 (53559 + 59228 + 53504) emerges from the tunnel into Glasgow Queen Street station on the 7th May 1988. Dennis Taylor.


104 DMU

7th May 1988

53556

Class 104 set 457 (53559 + 59228 + 53504) emerges from the tunnel into Glasgow Queen Street station on the 7th May 1988. Dennis Taylor.

78

104 DMU

Unknown Date

BRC&W set 78 and a Cravens set at Haughley Jct - north of Stowmarket on GE main line to Norwich. The destination blind shows Ipswich, date unknown. Steve Davies Collection.

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