A Trans-Pennine set seen on a Hull - Liverpool working near Baltyeford (Spen Valley line) in January 1961. Photographer unknown. Stuart Mackay Collection.
A close up of a Trans-Pennine power car at Leeds in 1963. Malcolm Clements.
A rare line for a Trans-Pennine unit, it's on the Ruabon - Barmouth (part of which is now the Llangollen Railway). The set was on a Halifax-Towyn excursion on 9-6-63 and the picture was taken at Llanuwchlyn. The photographer was a signalman at Bala. John Roberts.
A Class 124 Trans Pennine set leaving Liverpool Lime St in 1964. David Faircloth.
A Liverpool bound Trans-Pennine set passes an 8F on a ballast working at Patricroft. Date unknown. Ian McDonald Collection.
A Trans-Pennine unit and a Class 101 are seen in Manchester Victoria station in 1968. John Law.
A Swindon built 'Trans Pennine' DMU approaches Preston with a Blackpool bound train; spring 1968. On the nearest vehicle the vehicle number is just behind the BR double-arrow symbol - usually, it would be on the right when looking at the vehicle side on. David Faircloth.
A Trans-Pennine sits in Blanaeu Ffestiniog on a Ffestiniog Railway Railtour that ran from Leeds, 26/5/68. Bob Lumb.
A Trans-Pennine set runs into Huddersfield in the snow, sometime in the late '60s Malcolm Clements.
A snowy scene at Huddersfield, sometime in the late '60s. Malcolm Clements.
Cravens & Trans-Pennine power cars in the sidings at Doncaster in 1971. John Law.
From my first-ever roll of railway photographs when I was aged thirteen. A Trans-Pennine unit, complete with Buffet car, runs into Botanic Gardens Depot in 1972. On the far left EE Type 4 399 and Brush Type 4 1996, both in green are stabled. On the far right EE Type 2 8316 is also trundling into the sidings. The photograph was taken on a Kodak Instamatic 25 camera and is scanned from a Kodak 126 negative. Syd Young.
A Trans-Pennine set at Diggle on 21/10/72. John Reddyhoff.
Class 124 buffet 59776 is seen at Leeds in the early '70s. Malcolm Clements.
Captured crossing the Selby Swing Bridge is a TransPennine class 124 dmu on the East Coast Main line at Selby, with the coaster "Gerda Prerse" from Hamburg in Germany moored on the River Ouse. July 18, 1973. This is the second of two bridges here the first railway bridge (a lifting bascule bridge) was opened in 1840 and was worked mechanically by hand, the second bridge capable of carrying greater weight was ordered by the North Eastern Railway and opened in 1891. This is the swing bridge in this photograph and it is hydraulically operated, the large building above the cab of the dmu is the hydraulic accumulator tower. Andrew J Crowther.
A Class 124 at Huddersfield on the 25th July 1973. John Reddyhoff.
A Trans-Pennine set is seen at Church Fenton on April 20, 1974. Steve Davies Collection.
E51952 leads a Trans-Pennine set into Huddersfield. Date unknown. Malcolm Clements.
Still in original 6-car formation, a Trans-Pennine unit departs from Scarborough on the 6th July 1975. Ian Francis.
A Class 124 Trans-Penning unit seen at Selby on 28/07/1975. Apparently still in original 6-car formation, including Buffet car with red stripe at cantrail level, it is entering the station as what would have most likely be a Hull - Manchester / Liverpool TransPennine service (the headcode has an M in the second position, confirming a Midland region destination). Leading car is E51962, followed by 51982. Graeme Phillips Collection.