A Class 110 set at Sheffield, with 52083 closest. Undated, but as the other two vehicles are in blue this was probably taken in the early 1970s. Stuart Mackay Collection.
Eastern Region BRC&W and Met-Camm units in Birmingham New Street on the 27th January 1962 having just arrived as empty stock. It will leave as 1Z84, a football special, at 2.43pm for Huddersfield. Michael Mensing.
The firemen are on the platform having attended a fire on the Class 110 unit at Castleton on 27th May 1964. Richard Greenwood.
46439 moves a Class 110 unit to the station yard after it caught fire in Castleton station, 27th May 1964. Richard Greenwood.
Not the best quality image but I've included it here as I have so few centre car images in green. Class 110 TS 59696 at Scarborough, at one time it carried an NE prefix, but in this view the N has been painted out. Ian Francis.
A BRC&W DMU, later a Class 110, sits in York station in 1969. John Law.
A Class 110 passing Cardigan Road in Leeds in November '69. John Reddyhoff.
A Class 110 sits in the company of two early (4-lamp) Met-Camms at Scarborough. Undated. Ian Francis.
A 4-car set is seen working 1D62 at Scarborough. Date unknown. Ian Francis.
On the 21st May 1972 a burn-out Class 110 DMBC is seen at Hammerton Street. Thought to be 52074, and a casualty of a fire at Bescar Lane the previous year. John Reddyhoff.
Two Class 110 sets entering Hebden Bridge on 6/11/72. John Reddyhoff.
Class 110 DMC 52076 sits beside a Cravens set in Sheffield Midland in the 1970s. Stuart Mackay Collection.
A Class 110 completes it's journey as it rolls into Bradford Exchange on the 5th January 1973. John Reddyhoff.
A Class 110 set with E52071 closest at Huddersfield on 31/7/73. David Mant.
A 4-car Class 110 set (with E51845 leading) with a 4-car Class 104 at Dringhouses, York, on 18 August 1974. 53A Models of Hull Collection.
DMU variety at Doncaster on 30/12/1976. The contrasting cabs from left to right are Cravens Class 105, Metropolitan-Cammell Class 101 or 111, finally Birmingham RC&W Co Class 110. These are the bay platforms used for local services to Leeds or York via Selby, now (2015) usually frequented by Class 321/9 or 322 EMUs. Graeme Phillips Collection.
A 6-car formation in Preston station in 1977. John Law.
52076 is at the head of this Class 110 at York. Undated. Tom Clift.
A refurbished liveried Class 110 unit seen at Clayton West. Date unknown. Andrew Ripley.
E52066 is the leading vehicle in this Class 110 set seen at Selby on the 13th March 1978. Ian Francis.