Can you help to identify the locations of these images?
Class 116 DMBS W50869 with Class 101 TCL 59528 behind. Date and location unknown, but circa 1975 to 1977. Stuart Mackay Collection.
Class 101 TCL 59528 was one of the first three Met-Camm vehicles transferred to the Western Region in 1967. It spent ten years at Reading and Cardiff before moving on to the LMR. Date and location of the image is unknown, but as it is between Canton vehicles 50869 and 50922 it should be dated to 1975 - 1977. Stuart Mackay Collection.
Cambridge bound Class 105/101 hybrid set 74 presumably somewhere in East Anglia. Exact location and date and unknown. Steve Davies Collection.
No details with this image. A Tyseley Class 114 set with "Special" on the destination blind, date / location unknown. Stuart Mackay Collection.
A refurbished Class 108 set passing a Plasser Theurer tamping machine. Date / location unknown. Steve Davies Collection.
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.
Two Class 116 sets - date and location unknown - but with Pontypridd on the blinds they are probably in South Wales. W50895 is the closest vehicle. Stuart Mackay Collection.
Probably a Class 118 - taken at speed - date / location unknown. Phil Deane Collection.
Three 2-car Met-Camm Lightweights, the leading in car in blue livery with just a small yellow panel. Location / date unknown (late '60s), but they are ER vehicles and perhaps the catch points sign may be a clue as to where? Steve Davies Collection.
A pair of Derby Lightweight sets. Date and location unknown. Stuart Mackay Collection.
With the two power cars being stripped of most of the roof vents, a Class 101 is seen on a Reading - Gatwick service in the early '90s. David Rowe.
An accident damaged Derby Lightweight being recovered. The crane is from Lostock Hall MPD, and the photo can also be found in Trans-Pennine Publishing Ltd's book "British Railway's Breakdown Cranes". Bill Warden.
Adorned as the 1,000 railcar built (by Derby), M51562 is seen here on its first day of passenger service - 4 January 1960 working a New Brighton service at Blacon on the day DMUs took over the line. David Faircloth.
Two three-car Swindon Class 123 Inter-City DMU sets heading westbound away from Hayes and Harlington. On the rear is L715, presumably with 52096 closest. Date is unknown, but circa early to mid-1970s before the sets moved to Cardiff in March 1976. Stuart Mackay Collection.
An eight-car Blue Pullman formation heading westbound away from Hayes and Harlington in the early 1970s. Stuart Mackay Collection.
Class 116/127 hybrid set TS612 (53866 + 59593 + 53902) arriving into Porthmadoc in July 1987. Stuart Mackay Collection.
Set TS612 is a Class 116 / 127 hybrid set formed of 53902 + 59593 + 53866 when seen at Porthmadoc in July 1987. Stuart Mackay Collection.