The 8.58am Outer Circle to Glasgow Central leaves Cathcart station on May 13, 1961. Notice how dirty the cab roof dome is on leading vehicle Sc51997, just three months old, compared with the set behind. Michael Mensing.
At 6.25pm on May 17, 1961, a well laden eight-car formation (107, 2-car 101, 107) is seen approaching Killin Junction. They are working the return leg of a Six Lochs Land Cruise to Coatbridge / Motherwell district. Michael Mensing.
An excursion from Glasgow is seen approaching Fort William at 12.41pm on May 22, 1961. The sidings on the left go to the aluminium works. The train had split at Crainlarich, one part going to Oban, the passengers were ferried by steamer between the two to do a round tour. Michael Mensing.
This shows one of the main reasons the public loved DMUs - the view of the line ahead! The set is approaching Dalmeny Junction from the south and is about to pass 61351. It's probably a Class 107 but may be one of the 108s on loan at the time. Photo by Tony Pirie. Ian McDonald Collection.
Crossing the Forth Bridge on a Derby built vehicle, probably a 107 or one of the 108s that spent a short time based in Edinburgh when new. In the desk can be seen a small board painted "D2 WED" and these can sometimes be seen propped up in the windows. It denoted what the set was working, and on the reverse was often the drivers diagram details. Photo by Tony Pirie. Ian McDonald Collection.
A Derby unit is seen at Hawkhead in 1962. Corriebob.
A Derby Heavyweight, later Class 107, sits in the sidings beside Berwick-on-Tweed station at 11.53am on June 2, 1962. It had worked and excursion 1F14 ex-Edinburgh. Michael Mensing.
A Class 107 set at Lanark on the 31st July 1963. Sc52034 is closest. Hamish Stevenson.
A Class 107 set sits in Strathaven Central station circa 1965. Steve Davies Collection.
A Derby Heavyweight set in St Enoch station in June 1966. The station closed on the 26th of that month, its services were transferred to Central station on Monday 27th. note the first class stripe on the closest vehicle, which seems to be 52014, and there seems to be a set number under the drivers window (although unreadable). Corriebob.
Two Derby triple-sets (later Class 107) arrive into St Enoch station on the last day of operation on June 26, 1966. The leading power car has a set number applied under the drivers window, June 1966 was the month they were introduced to the Glasgow Division. This is set 122, sets 117 to 133 were the number series initially allocated to the Corkerhill 107s. Corriebob.
A Class 107 set at Shields Junction on the first day of operation of the new Shields Junction - Paisley Canal line connection, 27th June 1966. Hamish Stevenson.
A Class 107 set seen at Shield Junction on the 27th June 1966, the first day of the new Shields Junction - Paisley Canal line connection. Shields Road electric depot is under construction on the right. Hamish Stevenson.
A Class 107 in an early version of Rail Blue livery with just small yellow panels. Note under the drivers window there seems to be a set number stuck on with a white background. Seen at Fairlie, date unknown. Stuart Rankin.
Gourock station is full of DMUs during the last week of diesels in June 1967, including GRCW, Met-Camm and Derby types. corriebob.
A Class 107 set is seen in Kilmacolm station in April 1969. Corriebob.
Lots of DMU activity in Glasgow Central in the early 1970s. John Law.
Class 107 set 132 at Kilmacolm, date unknown. Stuart Rankin.
A Class 107 set arriving at Hairmyres station. It carries a small stenciled set number - possibly 216. Undated. Stuart Rankin.
SC52017 leads a Class 107 set into Glasgow Central in the 1970s. Stuart Mackay Collection.