A Class 108 power / trailer set takes the Monton line at Patricroft Four Bridges Junction (Eccles in the background). Ian McDonald Collection.
A 2-car 108 entering Bedford Midland Station from the north. Undated, photo by Jim Lawrence. Ian McDonald Collection.
One of the first Chester Class 108 sets to be painted blue approaches Port Sunlight in 1966. David Faircloth.
A Class 108 / 101 hybrid set departing from Billingham station with a Newcastle to Middlesborough (via Sunderland) service in 1966. Steve Davies Collection.
A Class 108 at Monkseaton, date unknown. It has Newcastle on it's destination blind. Ian Francis.
A 2-car 108 and 4-car 101 enter West Jesmond. Unknown date. Ian Francis.
A 108 / 101 hybrid 2-car attached to a 3-car Met-Camm set at Bridlington. A member of staff is topping up the coolant on the first vehicle. Undated. Steve Davies Collection.
A 4-car Class 108 at Monkseaton. Undated. Ian Francis.
A 2-car Class 108 heads out of Whitley Bay. Date unknown. Ian Francis.
A Class 108 is seen at Whitehaven Brantsy. Undated. Steve Davies Collection.
The van of this two-car Class 108 set is being loaded before departure from Ormskirk station in 1970. Steve Davies Collection.
A 2-car Derby unit arrives at Preston in May 1970. John points out the semaphore signals and lack of overhead wires. John McIntyre.
A Class 108 rolls through Threkeld on 22nd June 1970. Steve Davies Collection.
A Class 108 DMU in Penruddock station with a Keswick service on June 22, 1970. Steve Davies Collection.
A Class 108 with Keswick on its destination blind at Blencow on 22 June 1970. Steve Davies Collection.
A Class 108 at Colne in July 1970. John Reddyhoff.
A Class 108 enters Fairbourne station headed for Pwllheli. As the trousers worn by the passengers show this was the 1970s - 26th July 1970. Steve Davies Collection.
A Carlisle to Barrow service arrives at Ravenglass station the summer of 1971. John McIntyre.
A snowy New Year scene, a 2-car 108 at Pilmoor on 1/1/71. John Reddyhoff.
A 4-car set heads away from the camera north out of Newcastle in 1972. Three vehicle are of Class 108, the car second from front is a Class 101 TBS, indicated by its aluminium window frames and different roof vents. Up until the mid-1970s, South Gosforth (GF) depot, Newcastle had a sizable allocation of Class 108 DMUs among others, as well as the more ubiquitous Class 101s. The Class 108s were transferred away around the mid-1970s, replaced by Class 105s cascaded from the suburban services out of London King's Cross, once those routes had been electrified. Graeme Phillips Collection.