A two-car Derby Lighweight set is seen at Carlisle with a Silloth service on July 28, 1955. Stuart Mackay Collection.
Derby Lightweight M79009 is seen in Carlisle station on March 14, 1956. Hamish Stevenson.
On the August Bank Holiday (29th) 1966, M79122 sits in Carlisle station. Michael Mensing.
With two jumper cables hanging down suggesting it has recently been uncoupled from a Derby Lightweight unit, DMPV M55997 is seen in Carlisle station on the 29th August 1966. Michael Mensing.
Many LMR Derby Lightweight vehicles ended their days based at Carlisle, and on withdrawal some were cut up at Upperby. Here one is seen heavily dismembered, and others awaiting their turn. Circa 1969. DLPG Collection.
A Class 108 sits in Carlisle Citadel platform 2 awaiting departure for Barrow on the morning of the 30th May 1972. John McIntyre.
Withdrawn unidentified Class 103 Park Royal driving car boarded up ready for scrapping on Carlisle Kingmoor, 40-012 on the right, date unknown. On the left is a boarded up Swindon DMU, on the right a Class 108. On Tour With the Class 13 Army.
In September 1973 a South Gosforth allocated Class 108 set sits in Carlisle station. The DMBS is E50606, the DTC appears to be E56190. Mel Smith.
M50961 at Carlisle, 18 Jun 74. It had been involved in a collision with a freight train near Whitehaven on 27/11/73. In this view the cab and all the underframe items have been removed, except the battery boxes. David Mant.
975227 has taken passengers through the washer at Carlisle open day in 1976. Tim Stubbs.
A Class 108 in the bay platform at Carlisle. Date unknown. Andrew McConnell.
A Class 108 seen at Carlisle in May 1977. A fleet of two-car power-trailer Class 108s based at Carlisle Kingmoor depot, were for many years the mainstay of Cumbrian coast services. In overall BR blue livery, a formation is seen arriving from Whitehaven. These DMUs were finally supplanted from these duties late 1991, replaced by Class 153 single Sprinter cars. Graeme Phillips Collection.
A route-learning Class 122 (probably TDB975227) on a driver training trip at Carlisle in 1979. John Law.
Refurbished Met-Camm set 175 in platform 7 of Carlisle station circa 1979. It will have arrived on a service from Scotland via the G&SW route. John Law.
Set 411 (DMBS Sc51041, TS Sc59393, DMS Sc51026) with GG (Greater Glasgow) Trans-Clyde branding. At Carlisle on the 6th August 1979. Robert Frise.
The scene at Carlisle station in 1980, with an Ayrshire Class 126 Inter-City DMU in platform 8 and a Class 86 electric locomotive in platform 4. The DMU will have worked in on a local service from via the G&SW. Graeme Phillips Collection.
A Class 101 at Carlisle on 25/08/1980. DMBS SC51250 is nearest, the TS 59557 is still in refurbished livery. The furthest car is Class 120 DMS 51794. This Scotland-based unit will have been working local services via Dumfries. Graeme Phillips Collection.
E56379 + E50211 arrive at Carlisle from Newcastle on 28/05/1981. Graeme Phillips Collection.
A Class 108 DMU formed of recently repainted M50967 + M56250 await to depart from Carlisle with the 15:38 to Barrow on June 1st, 1982. 86 320 is in the background. John Carter.
Vehicles 51206 + 56399 prepare to depart Carlisle with a service to Newcastle on September 11, 1982. Graeme Phillips Collection.