A close up of a Trans-Pennine power car at Leeds in 1963. Malcolm Clements.
In the late 1960s, a power-twin in mixed liveries is seen approaching Leeds City from the ex-Midland Woodlesford/Normanton route. The BR logo on the driver's door suggests the blue car had previously carried the early livery with small yellow ends. First class totems are visible in the windows of the saloon nearest the camera, but no yellow stripe is applied. Graeme Phillips Collection.
A Cravens Class 105 dmu passes Leeds Holbeck Low Level station, closed July 1958, near Wortley Junction heading for Leeds City station from the north on the evening of April 26th, 1968. The shell of Wortley Junction signal box can be seen behind the red lights in the left background. Geldard Junction box is just out of view to the right & the signal gantry controls the lines up to Wellington Street Goods. The arms are now all small shunt signals & the left hand doll has lost its arm. Pete LG99.
A Class 110 passing Cardigan Road in Leeds in November '69. John Reddyhoff.
Class 124 buffet 59776 is seen at Leeds in the early '70s. Malcolm Clements.
A plain blue liveried Met-Camm set heads out of Leeds station. Date unknown. Rex Holt.
A Class 111 Rolls-Royce powered Met-Camm DMU at Leeds. Date unknown. Rex Holt.
Class 108 cars E50614 E56209 at Leeds, 13/06/1975. Note the miniature headcode display, as this was prior to their abolition in 1976. The photographer's notes suggest this pair of cars was a demonstrator for the DMU refurbishment programme, and it generally operated between Leeds and Sheffield, although the original demonstrator was a 3-car Class 101. Graeme Phillips Collection.
Class 108 cars E56209 E50614 exhibit the then new DMU Refurbished livery of white with rail blue band at Leeds on 12/07/1975. Graeme Phillips Collection.
A 4-car Met-Camm set at Leeds City on 18/07/1975 awaiting departure for Heysham, during the brief period between the end of the Belfast ferries and the withdrawal of their connecting rail services. Graeme Phillips Collection.
Class 100 DMBS E51122 at Leeds on 17/8/75. Ian Francis.
A Class 114 set with a refurbished Class 101 on the rear at Leeds in 1977. Rex Holt.
A Class 124 Trans-Pennine set and a Class 114 are seen in Leeds station in 1977. Rex Holt.
Swindon Trans-Pennine and Cravens sets seen in Leeds in 1977. Rex Holt.
A Class 124 and refurbished Class 108 in Leeds station in 1977. Rex Holt.
A refurbished Class 108 DMU in platform 10a of Leeds City station in 1977. John Law.
A nice variety of first generation DMUs in Leeds station sometime in 1977. From left to right: a Cravens Class 105; a BRC&W Class 104; and a Met-Camm Class 111. Rex Holt.
A trio of DMUs in Leeds station on March 21, 1977. On the left is a refurbished Met-Camm set, in the middle a refurbished Class 108 (on an Ilkley working), and closest is a Class 110 BRC&W set still in plain blue livery with the 3.30pm to Bradford Exchange service. Michael Mensing.
A Met-Camm power twin with E51496 closest at Leeds City station on June 15, 1977. Steve Davies Collection.
Swindon-built MBSL E51952 in Leeds station while working the 1.43pm Hull - Manchester Victoria on July 2, 1977. The Trans-Pennine vehicle would have it's engines removed in July 1981 and be renumbered 59838. Michael Mensing.