A Rolls-Royce powered BRCW set (known later as a Class 110) in Whitby Town station. Date unknown. David Faircloth.
Eastern Region BRC&W and Met-Camm units in Birmingham New Street on the 27th January 1962 having just arrived as empty stock. It will leave as 1Z84, a football special, at 2.43pm for Huddersfield. Michael Mensing.
The firemen are on the platform having attended a fire on the Class 110 unit at Castleton on 27th May 1964. Richard Greenwood.
46439 moves a Class 110 unit to the station yard after it caught fire in Castleton station, 27th May 1964. Richard Greenwood.
A Birmingham RC&W 'Calder Valley' set at Manchester Victoria, date unknown. David Faircloth.
A 100, 101 and 107 in Gourock station in early June 1967, taken on what was probably the last weekend of DMUs before the electrics took over on June 5th. Corriebob.
A BRC&W DMU, later a Class 110, sits in York station in 1969. John Law.
A Class 110 BRCW DMU at Wakefield Westgate station in 1969. John Law.
A Class 110 passing Cardigan Road in Leeds in November '69. John Reddyhoff.
A Class 110 sits in the company of two early (4-lamp) Met-Camms at Scarborough. Undated. Ian Francis.
A 4-car set is seen working 1D62 at Scarborough. Date unknown. Ian Francis.
A Calder Valley BRC&W set, formed as a four-car set with the addition of a Met-Camm trailer car, waits at Bradford Exchange station oon 24/6/72. David Christie.
Two Class 110 sets entering Hebden Bridge on 6/11/72. John Reddyhoff.
A three-car BRC&W Class 110 Calder Valley set seen at Bingley. Date unknown. Rex Holt.
A Class 110 completes it's journey as it rolls into Bradford Exchange on the 5th January 1973. John Reddyhoff.
On 15th April 1973 a "Calder Valley" three car class 110 dmu disappears into New Mills tunnel heading for the Hope Valley line with a service for Sheffield and probably beyond. On the left in the New Mills turn back tunnel as we called it, because it was used to turn back the 2 car dmus back to Manchester is a class 104 dmu, this tunnel is 197 yards long and was only half bricked up at the other end, officially called Hayfield Tunnel and was the start of the 2.5 mile branch to Hayfield which closed to all traffic on 03/01/70. Today the tunnel is trackless but the tunnel mouth is still there, at the other end of the tunnel is the start of the Sett Valley trail which is on the old track bed to Hayfield. Andrew J Crowther.
A "Calder Valley" three car class 110 dmu passes through New Mills Central, heading for the Hope Valley line with a service for Sheffield, on 15th April 1973. Andrew J Crowther.
Speeding through Chinley with a Manchester Piccadilly service on 18th April 1973 is a 1961 built BRC&W built class 110 'Calder Valley' 3 car dmu set. These units were an updated version of the class 104 but powered by the much more powerful Rolls Royce C6NFLH engines , two per driving car and designed for the route they were built for, the Lancashire & Yorkshire mainline, hence the nickname 'Calder Valley'. Andrew J Crowther.
A Calder Valley set departs from Bradford Exchange on September 13, 1976 with the 5.02pm to Manchester Victoria, which was the 4.36pm ex-Leeds. Michael Mensing.
A Calder Valley set at Hancoat with a Leeds service on September 16, 1976. Michael Mensing.