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Class 122 DMU images


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122 DMU

Unknown Date

A Class 122 running into a rundown looking Birmingham Snow Hill. Undated. Steve Davies Collection.


122 DMU

Unknown Date

A Class 122 running into a rundown looking Birmingham Snow Hill. Undated. Steve Davies Collection.


122 DMU

Unknown Date

A Class 122 running into a rundown looking Birmingham Snow Hill. Undated. Steve Davies Collection.


122 DMU

Unknown Date

A Class 122 running into a rundown looking Birmingham Snow Hill. Undated. Steve Davies Collection.


122 DMU

Unknown Date

A Class 122 seen at Wolverhampton Low Level. Date unknown. Steve Davies Collection.


122 DMU

Unknown Date

A Class 122 seen at Wolverhampton Low Level. Date unknown. Steve Davies Collection.


122 DMU

Unknown Date

A Class 122 seen at Wolverhampton Low Level. Date unknown. Steve Davies Collection.


122 DMU

Unknown Date

A Class 122 seen at Wolverhampton Low Level. Date unknown. Steve Davies Collection.


122 DMU

Unknown Date

A Class 122 seen at Wolverhampton Low Level. Date unknown. Steve Davies Collection.


122 DMU

Unknown Date

A Class 122 sits at Stourbridge Junction. Steve Davies Collection.


122 DMU

Unknown Date

SC56299 is seen awaiting it's fate, stripped of all re-useable parts at Glasgow Works. Malcolm Clements.


122 DMU

Unknown Date

DTS SC56295 awaiting disposal at Glasgow Works. To the right is Sc79479. Malcolm Clements.


122 DMU

Unknown Date

55016 seen at Looe, date unknown. John Vaughan.


122 DMU

Unknown Date

This appears to be a Class 122 bubble arriving, it'll be well packed if so. St. Erth station / unknown date. Steve Davies Collection.


122 DMU

29th March 1967

W55017 at Looe on the 29th March 1967. Stuart Mackay Collection.


122 DMU

10th June 1968

55011 at Kilmarnock, waiting to depart with the 1:58pm to Ayr, 10th June 1968. Hamish Stevenson.


122 DMU

circa 1969

On a rainy day at Kilmarnock a Class 122 runs into the bay platform, probably on a service from (or to form a service to) Ayr. Already in the platform is 55000, still with a W prefix. There's no yellow on the cab side, so it's carrying blue livery with small yellow panel. Circa 1969. Stuart Rankin.


122 DMU

circa 1969

A Class 122 at what could be Ayr station, on a service from Kilmarnock. circa 1969. Stuart Rankin.


122 DMU

Unknown Date

A Class 122 at Barassie, where the line from Kilmarnock joins the main Glasgow to Ayr line (thanks to "Mad Mac" for identifying the location). Circa 1969. Stuart Rankin.


122 DMU

circa 1969

Three Class 122 bubbles in three liveries in the bay platforms at Kilmarnock, circa 1969. At the time they were used on services to Ayr. Behind the green unit on the left is probably 55000, carrying blue livery with a small yellow panel. Stuart Rankin.

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