A Blue Pullman and a Derby Lightweight. Robert Carroll notes: "This is probably at Reddish Depot, where the Midland Pullman was serviced. There is what looks suspiciously like a 1,500 volt DC gantry in the background." Ian McDonald Collection.
No details with this image. It shows M60092 appearing to be new. The wagon (crane?) on the right is marked 'Derby Loco' so this is probably Derby. Malcolm Clements.
In the first day of the new Birmingham Pullman service - 12th September 1960 - the inaugural up working, the 7.00am Wolverhampton - Paddington, arrives into Solihull. Michael Mensing.
On the day the "Birmingham Pullman" services were introduced - September 12, 1960, the 12.10pm London Paddington - Birmingham Snow Hill passes through Acocks Green station. Michael Mensing.
On the first day of the Birmingham Pullman service, September 12, 1960, the 4.50pm Paddington - Wolverhampton has some admirers at Solihull. Michael Mensing.
The 2.30pm Birmingham Snow Hill - Paddington Birmingham Pullman services is seen between Olton and Solihull on September 29, 1960. Michael Mensing.
A Midland Pullman passing Bedford Midland Station. Undated, photo by Jim Lawrence. Ian McDonald Collection.
The 4.50pm London Paddington - Wolverhampton Low Level "Birmingham Pullman" service passes Bordesley on July 20th, 1961. Michael Mensing.
The 4.50pm Paddington - Wolverhampton Low Level Birmingham Pullman service passing through Tyseley station on April 12, 1962. The number on the parlour second appears to read 60647. Michael Mensing.
On my second day of railway photography, a Blue Pullman set is captured at Paddington. 5/9/62. David Christie.
A Blue Pullman set arriving at Paddington on 5/9/62. David Christie.
A Blue Pullman set seen at Tyseley in May 1963. Michael Mensing.
An eight-car Western Region Blue Pullman unit is seen between Olton and Solihull in June 1963. Note the suburban set in the distance. Michael Mensing.
A "Birmingham Pullman" service - the 1.0pm Birmingham Snow Hill - Paddington - is seen between Tyseley & Acocks Green on May 26th, 1964. Michael Mensing.
A Western Pullman departing from Paddington in 1965. Roy Lambeth.
The 10.10am ex-Paddington Birmingham Pullman service in Snow Hill on October 11, 1966. It would cross to the up side of the station to form the 1.0pm return. Michael Mensing.
On March 3rd, 1967, the 1.0pm Birminghan Snow Hill - Paddington "Birmingham Pullman" service is just after passing Tyseley station. This was the last day of the service. Michael Mensing.
Not the best photo I ever took, but one of the few shots I have of one of the WR diesel Pullman sets. The down "South Wales Pullman" passes Pengam freightliner terminal in June 1967. Lewis Bevan.
An eight-car Blue Pullman formation heading westbound away from Hayes and Harlington in the early 1970s. Stuart Mackay Collection.
Withdrawn Blue Pullmans W60099 and W60095 at Old Oak Common on August 11, 1973. Philip W Marshall.