The Battery Multiple Unit Sc79998 / Sc79999 between duties at Aberdeen. Date unknown. Stuart Rankin.
The participants of the SLS South Wales railtour on the 11th July 1959 shelter from the rain in Aberdare Low Level. Steve Davies Collection.
A Class 101 sits in Platform 7 at Aberdeen Joint Station next to Aberdeen Centre Signalbox in 1973 or 1974. Class 101s were not frequent visitors to Aberdeen, this was perhaps an enthusiasts special. John McIntyre.
A two-car Class 101 set at Abertafol in 1968. Steve Davies Collection.
Two sets depart from Aberdeen bound for Inverness in October 1972. John McIntyre.
Aberytswyth station with a Met-Camm set sitting in the platform. Undated. Ian Francis.
An unusual hybrid, a Class 108 and two Class 120 vehicles, with a van attached at the rear. Aberystwyth, date unknown. Ian Francis.
A rainy day in Aberdeen. A train for Inverness waits in Platform 6, platforms 10 & 11 can be seen on the right without track. Believed to be taken in spring 1973. The van door is open, showing the box for the tablet catcher. John McIntyre.
Believed to be taken in spring 1973 because the platform canopies have been removed from this end of the station and building work has not yet started, set 300 waits in platform 6 to depart for Inverness. John McIntyre.
An Aberdeen bound 3-car set is seen passing the long closed Persley station on the northern outskirts of Aberdeen in 1973. John McIntyre.
A Cross-Country 3-car unit leaving Aberdeen via Platform 9 in the summer of 1973 when Inverness services were moved from Platform 6 due to construction work for a new building being built above the platforms. John McIntyre.
A pair of Class 120s leaving Aberdeen via Platform 9 in the summer of 1973 when Inverness services were moved from Platform 6 due to construction work for a new building being built above the platforms. Note the 1 on the mid-door of the DMBF. John McIntyre.
A Class 120 set departs from platform 8 at Aberdeen and crosses to platform 9 with a service to Inverness in 1973. John McIntyre.
A Class 120 unit at Aberdeen Ferryhill MPD in January 73. John McIntyre.
A Swindon 3-car Cross Country unit departs for Inverness from Aberdeen during the demolition of the platform canopies and north footbridge in February 1973. John McIntyre.
Two 3-car units arrive at Aberdeen with the 8:40am from Inverness but are unusually having to use Platform 8 due to a special for Kyle of Lochalsh waiting to depart north in Platform 6. The pillars that once supported the canopies still stand but not for much longer. There is a sprinkling of snow on the ground on 17 February 1973. John McIntyre.
A Class 101 runs through Aberdeen station with SRA/SLS branchline special on 26 May 1973. John McIntyre.
A Class 101 is piped into Aberdeen Waterloo station with a SRA/SLS branchline special on 26 May 1973. Waterloo had ceased to be a passenger station over 100 years earlier but had continued as a freight depot. John McIntyre.
A Class 101 at Aberdeen Waterloo station with a SRA/SLS branchline special on 26 May 1973. John McIntyre.
A Class 120 leaves Ferryhill MPD and heads to Aberdeen station in 1974. John McIntyre.