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 Class 107 set sits in Strathaven Central station circa 1965. Steve Davies Collection.
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.
A Class 107 set in Largs station in April 1977. Alan Rintoul.
A Class 107 disappears in to the small tunnel on the west of Edinburgh Waverley. Rex Holt.
Largs station has many DMUs in this view on June 11th, 1977. Most of them are 107s, second from the left is a 116. The 20s (002 and 122) are on an excursion from Largs. Image by A. Wilson. Gordon Thomson.
A Class 107 set in Haymarket station on April 8th, 1978. Rex Holt.
A six-car Class 107 formation makes its way out of Glasgow Central with an East Kilbride service on May 18th, 1978. Rex Holt.
A class 107 Dmu connects with the Arran ferry at Ardrossan Harbour before returning to Glasgow Central on 4/10/1978. Stephen Burdett.
A mixed-livery Class 107 and a Class 122 in Largs station in 1978. John Law.
A mixed livery Class 107 crosses Slateford viaduct in July 1979. Alan Rintoul.
Passengers board the 08:17 Kilmacolm - Glasgow Central at Bridge of Weir on 25 June 1981. Hamish Stevenson.
Carrying GG TransClyde branding, a Class 107 set is seen entering Dalry station, which still retaining at this time some of it's former prestige as an important junction. Note the Scottish Region blue running in boards. Circa 1981. Andrew McConnell.