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Class 100 DMU images identified by Set No.


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28

100 DMU

12th October 1968

Taken at Forfar, this seems to be a Railway Society of Scotland tour on the 12th October 1968 (thanks to "Mad Mac" for helping identify this). Stuart Rankin.


100 DMU

12th October 1968

GRC&W twin set 28 at Dollar (a branch from Alloa, originally the line to Kinross) working a Railway Society of Scotland charter on the 12th October 1968. Graham Johnston.


100 DMU

12th October 1968

GRC&W twin set 28 at Dollar (a branch from Alloa, originally the line to Kinross) working a Railway Society of Scotland charter on the 12th October 1968. www-railphotoprints-co-uk.


100 DMU

7th September 1971

Passing DMUs at Kingsknowe on 7 September 1971. Class 100 set 28 is departing on the 5.39pm ex-Edinburgh Waverley, the 101 arriving on the 4.40pm ex-Glasgow Central. Hamish Stevenson.

45

100 DMU

3rd August 1976

56100

E56100, at Peterborough on 3/8/76 apparently heading for Norwich. Signs in the cab windows proclaim it's set 45 (the other vehicle appears to be a Cravens). David Underwood adds: "'4 WED' in the windscreen reflects the method by which Norwich Depot advised when the unit was next due for maintenance at Norwich, i.e. the unit had to be placed on a diagram that finished at Norwich on that day." Ian Francis.

57

100 DMU

Unknown Date

Class 100 set 57 at Lowestoft in the early 1970s. John Law.

58

100 DMU

3rd August 1976

56307

56307 is seen at Cambridge on 3/8/76. Ian Francis.

60

100 DMU

1971

50344

GRC&W set 60 on arrival at Norwich in 1971, the DMBS is probably 50344. It faces a Met-Camm set. John Law.

64

100 DMU

Unknown Date

With Lowestoft showing on the destination blind, GRC&W set 64 heads away from the camera past a Neptune System track machine. Date and location unknown. Steve Davies Collection.


100 DMU

circa 1973

Ex-works Class 100 set 64 in Norwich DMU shed circa 1973. Tim Stubbs.


100 DMU

15th August 1973

51111

Class 100 set 64 with 51111 leading at Norwich, 15-8-73. Tim Stubbs.

68

100 DMU

1st July 1972

51118

51118 & 56303 comprise set 68, seen at Brundall on the 1st July 1972. Tim Stubbs.


100 DMU

1st July 1972

51118

Set 68 (51118 & 56303) seen in Norwich back yard on the 1st July 1972. Tim Stubbs.


100 DMU

7th June 1975

50346

50346 at Cromer Beach on the 7th June 1975. It had recently been re-instated, having been withdrawn in October 1972. David Faircloth.


100 DMU

8th April 1978

50346

Norwich based DMU set 68 led by class 100 DMBS 50346 with class 105 DTCL 56435, plus two other sets on a Norwich - Dereham charter organised by the Wymondham & Dereham Rail Action Committee (WyDRAC), Railway Development Society (RDS) and LCGB on 8/Apr/1978. Seen at Norwich. Robert Chilton.


100 DMU

17th August 1979

50346

E50346 at March on a very damp August 17th 1979 in ex works condition with domino style headcode display. After this hasty (and somewhat blurred) photo had been taken, I went down to the platform where further scrutiny revealed a paint date of 29/7/79. It was paired here with a rather less sparkling Cravens trailer, E56114, they were working the 17.10 Cambridge to Peterborough service. Gerard Fletcher.


100 DMU

12th November 1979

Norwich set 68 is a Class 100 DMBS / 105 DTC when seen in Norwich station on the 12th November 1979. Steve Davies Collection.

69

100 DMU

1975

Class 100 set 69 at Norwich in 1975 with a Yarmouth service. John Law.

70

100 DMU

August 1980

51127

Norwich Class 100/105 hybrid set 70 (50355 / 56134) in March station in August 1980. Ian Charles.

71

100 DMU

28th March 1973

Two sets, both formed of a Gloucester (100) DMBS and a Cravens (105) DTCL, pass in the station throat at Norwich. Set 71 (100 facing) is on the right, berthed presumably for fueling, with set 65 (105 facing) on the left approaching the station. Whilst a Class 31 can also be seen in the background on the left, the main reason for the photograph is in the central background: 4771 "Green Arrow" setting off for a test run to Ely, following restoration to mainline running standards by Bill Harvey and members of Norfolk Railway Society. The loco never ran a railtour from Norwich in these times, being moved away immediately after restoration. Norfolk Wherry Trust.

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