An ex-works Class 101 DMBS and a Mark I coach seen in the sidings in March, Cambridgeshire, circa 1971. John Law.
Mixed livery Class 116 set 141 in Saltcoats station in 1979. John Law.
101303 (with an all-blue centre car) in Paisley Gilmour Street station with a Glasgow Central - Largs service in 1982. The closest vehicle is probably 50292, transferred from Dundee to Eastfield in March that year, then onto Haymarket at the end of summer. John Law.
Two Manchester - Blackpool white stripe Class 104s stabled in Newton Heath depot, date unknown. John Law.
On 19/07/1980, a Class 110 departs Hull with 1349 Hull-Scarborough Graeme Phillips Collection.
117306 (51411 leading) stands on the buffer stops of 'E' road at Aylesbury Depot, being for spares for the Sandite units based there at the time. As can be seen the unit has had it's destination blind box removed and the '6' on the unit number has been patchwork painted. The unit was transferred from Shoeburyness to Aylesbury in one trip, sandwiched between Class 121 units, although 117306 was running too. Taken on 27/09/00, this is reasonably soon after it had moved to Aylesbury. Greg Scott.
This is 101682 (51505) at Crewe, on a very wet and dismal day on 25/08/98, before working 1D77 1621 Crewe-Bangor. The damaged paintwork on the bottom of the cab door and stripe above the Regional Railways logo can be seen on the other photos on the website too. Greg Scott.
This is L840 (101840) at Crewe, waiting to work a service to Bangor. Taken on a very sunny and pleasant day on 30/05/98. Note the brake handle has been deliberately left on the handbrake in the cab and the white tag tied to the jumper cable of the leading vehicle (53311). I took the decision to ride this service as far as Chester and thankfully the Driver left the blind up, as well as subsequently rolling the Secondman's one up too. Unusually the Guard did not use the brakevan to work the train, preferring to stay in the back cab of the unit instead. Greg Scott.
Met-Camm Lightweight DMBS E79064 in the scrapyard area of Swindon Works, circa 1972. A discussion on the vehicle can be found at https://www.railforums.co.uk/threads/old-yellow-diamond-dmu-mystery.126033/. Tony Wilkins.
Damaged Met-Camm Lightweight E79064 in the scrapyard area of Swindon Works on March 12, 1972. No information has come to light as to what happened to the vehicle, other than it's though that the damage happened there and lack of rust on the exposed steel body makes it seem recent. Steve Davies Collection.
A two-car Class 104 is seen arriving into Manchester Victoria circa September 1984. Stuart Mackay Collection.
Class 104 set L702 is seen at Southall circa October 1990, 53539 leads. Stuart Mackay Collection.
Class 104 L704 consists of two DMBSs, the closest is 53540 when seen circa October 1990 in Hayes & Harlington station. Stuart Mackay Collection.
L701, with 53479 closest, circa October 1990, in platform five of Hayes & Harlington station. Stuart Mackay Collection.
Class 104 DMBS 53539 is part of set L702 with 53455 when seen at Southall working with a Class 101 circa April 1988. Stuart Mackay Collection.
L702 (53455 + 53539) seen at Southall working with a Class 101 circa April 1988. Stuart Mackay Collection.
A 104/101 formation at Manchester Victoria circa September 1984. The 104 DMS is 53493. Stuart Mackay Collection.
A DMU formation led by Class 104 DMBS 53471 enters Manchester Victoria circa September 1984. Stuart Mackay Collection.
53469 at the front of a two-car Class 104 in Manchester Victoria station circa September 1984. Stuart Mackay Collection.
A two-car Class 104 seen at Manchester Victoria circa September 1984. The top roof lamp has been blanked over. Stuart Mackay Collection.