No details with this image. It shows two four-car Class 104 sets, possibly on an excursion. The location is believed to be between Grosmont and Goathland, near the Hole of Horcum/Saltersgate, passing a loop which comes to an end on the right. Stuart Mackay Collection.
The crew of the BRC&W triple set have a chit-chat on the platform at New Street as they await the departure time of the 1:37pm Birmingham New Street - Rugby train on March 3rd, 1958. This was the first day of this service after a one month delay. Michael Mensing.
Two three-car BRC&W sets are seen near Stafford in early 1963. Michael Mensing.
A three-car Class 104 set is seen south of Harecastle (Staffs) heading for Crewe on September 28, 1963. Michael Mensing.
Two 3-car Class 104 units pass Patricroft Station box on an up working. Ian McDonald Collection.
The 1:46pm Walsall - Penns - Birmingham New Street service is seen at Aldridge on March 7, 1964, formed of a two-car Class 104. Michael Mensing.
The 4:25pm Buxton - Manchester Piccadilly service is seen near Lyme Park, Disley, on April 5, 1964. Michael Mensing.
There's a mixture of classes and liveries in this 8-car formation (two 4-cars) at Doncaster in 1967. John Law.
A blue 104 (note the 3" numbers and logos on the cab doors) works as part of a four-car green Met-Camm set, with another four-car set on the rear (possibly a 108). Doncaster, 1967. John Law.
A green Class 104 DTC surrounded by blue vehicles - which probably makes it circa 1968-70. At Sheffield Midland. Tony Wilkins.
A four-car set in Selby station on June 1st, 1968. It comprised three BRC&W vehicles and one Met-Camm, one vehicle in green and three in blue. Pete LG99.
A hybrid diesel multiple unit in the Up bay at Selby's 1840 Leeds & Selby Railway (later North Eastern Railway) station. The original 1834 station is on the River Ouse behind the dmu. The set is mainly BRC&W vehicles (later known as a Class 104) with the third vehicle being a Met-Camm. The rear vehicle is still in green. Pete LG99.
A BRC&W DMU in Hull Paragon Street station on 20th July 1968. Pete LG99.
A quiet scene at Buxton's London & North Western Railway side of the station in the summer rain - so what's new? August 1969. Pete LG99.
BRC&W units in Manchester Victoria circa 1969. The two visible power cars have the smaller 3" numbers, the closest has yellow cab doors. John Law.
A BRC&W DMU set at Birmingham New Street on the night of 18 October 1969. Lewis Bevan.
A 4-car Class 104 passing Peckfield Colliery in Nov. 1969. John Reddyhoff.
A dmu arrives at Buxton from Manchester in February 1970 on the LNWR route via Stockport Edgeley & Chapel-en-le-Frith. The white roof was a Buxton depot trademark. The tracks in the foreground led from the station to a junction on the line to Ashbourne by this time cut back to limestone quarries south of Buxton. The train is passing under the bridge which carried the branch line into the Up sidings. Pete LG99.
Buxton diesel shed in February 1970 with two class 40s and a dmu waiting their next duties behind the platforms of Buxton LNWR station. Pete LG99.
A 3-car Class 104 at Melton Mowbray station on a Peterborough - Birmingham local, 21st June 1970. Steve Davies Collection.