Sadly no details with this image, so the date and location are unknown. It's formed of two Class 114 DMBSs back to back, and a 4-car Class 104. Possibly a railtour or excursion? Stuart Mackay Collection.
The 3.05pm Nottingham Midland - Sheffield Midland service arrives at Alfreton & South Normanton station on the 28th September 1966. Michael Mensing.
A Derby heavyweight set (Class 114) emerges from Conisbrough Tunnel (near Doncaster) with a Sheffield service in 1967. John Law.
Thought to be taken in the early 1970s, a Class 114 in rail blue livery with small yellow panel forms the rear set in this formation at Habrough. John Law.
A Class 114 set on the RCTS / REC "Doncaster Decoy" tour seen at Bullcroft Junction (the old HB&GC Joint) on 5/10/68. John Law.
Two Class 114 sets are seen at Firsby on July 9, 1969. Steve Davies Collection.
A Class 114 departs from Firsby for Skegness on July 9, 1969. Both vehicles have the logo on the cab door and small 3" numbers. The DTC has a small yellow panel. Steve Davies Collection.
A Class 114 is seen in Firsby station, with a Cravens set hiding on the right, both on workings to and from Skegness. 9th July 1969. Steve Davies Collection.
An oval buffered Class 114 pauses in Tumby Woodside station on its way to Firsby in 1970. Steve Davies Collection.
A Class 114 at Barton on Humber in the early 1970s. John Law.
York station on 29/7/72. The Derby Heavyweight set has Met-Camm units on either side, the formation on the right appears to have a four-car Calder Valley BRCW set on the rear. David Christie.
A Class 148 at Sheffield Midland in the late 1960s. Later known as a Class 114 DTC(L), this vehicle was classified as Class 148 at the time this slide was taken - believed to be late 1960s due to the presence of green liveried vehicles. Unusually, it lacks the yellow line above the first class accommodation, although window stickers are visible - it is unlikely to have been declassified by this early stage. Graeme Phillips Collection.
A Class 114 DTC in New Holland Pier station. Date unknown. Stuart Rankin.
A Class 114 DMU at Cleethorpes, c.1976, on what appears to have been a dull day, a Doncaster bound blue liveried unit on the right in platform 2 illustrates the top lamp still in operation. On the left is another Class 114 unit in the refurbished livery. The whole class was allocated to Lincoln at the time, for services radiating from eastern England to destinations in Yorkshire and the East Midlands, down to Peterborough. Graeme Phillips Collection.
Chinley With the set of tracks on the right at this time being recently taken out of use, a Lincoln allocated Derby 1956 built class 114 dmu is approaching Chinley station, working a New Mills Central-Sheffield local service through the Hope Valley. 18th April 1973. Andrew J Crowther.
A Class 114 departs from Bamford station on May 15, 1973 with the 6.05pm Manchester Piccadilly - Sheffield service. The power car (furthest) is E50045. Michael Mensing.
With a van on the rear (and tail lamp at this end!), a Class 114 at Sheffield Midland on 10/5/74. John Reddyhoff.
The open wasteland that the Great Central Railway at Thorne South in South Yorkshire became after rationalisation. The station, opened in 1864, is on the old Manchester, Sheffield & Lincolnshire Railway, later Great Central Railway, line from Sheffield to Grimsby. Taken on 15th May 1974, the permanent way hut on the right sits in isolation & what once was an island platform with goods lines to the right is now an unusally wide bare expanse against which the Scunthorpe bound dmu is waiting. Access to the platforms used to be via a dark subway with steps up. Today this has been swept away & new basic platforms closer to the South Common estate have been built behind the camera. To the left is the old stationmaster's house now in private hands & being extended. Pete LG99.
Arriving in to the short platforms of Thurgarton station is the 3.32pm Lincoln - Derby service on May 27th, 1974. The power (furthest vehicle) is E50038. Michael Mensing.
A 2-car 114 having reached it's destination of Cleethorpes, probably from New Holland. Undated. Ian Francis.