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Unidentified Class 111 DMU images


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111 DMU

circa Oct-1956

Underneath a vehicle - the fluid flywheel end of the engine. The throttle motor is on the right of the oil splattered sump, the four air pipes control the four engine speeds. Negative WMP7795, circa October 1956, probably taken at the Met-Camm Saltley Works. Rolls Royce.


111 DMU

circa Oct-56

Through a floor hatch inside a vehicle. In the centre is the top of the compressor, the ribs to dissipate heat. To the bottom can be seen the short cardan shaft / universal joint to the radiator. The pipe with the wire wrapped around it will have holes drilled in it - this disperses the contents of the fire extinguisher over the engine, the wire wrapped around it is the pyrocord, this triggers the fire extinguishers when there is excess heat. Negative WMP7793 circa October 1956, probably at Met-Camm Saltley works. Rolls Royce.


111 DMU

circa Oct-1956

Through a floor hatch inside a vehicle can be seen the exhaust, the lighter ribbed pipe at the bottom. Negative WMP7794, circa October 1956, probably taken at the Met-Camm Saltley Works. Rolls Royce.


111 DMU

circa Oct-1956

Underneath is seen the radiator on the left, the short cardan shaft connects the engine to the fan. Negative WMP7796, circa October 1956, probably taken at the Met-Camm Saltley Works. Rolls Royce.


111 DMU

circa Oct-1956

Underframe details - just above the exhaust silencer is a heater, its air intake is on the right. The two cylinders are the engine air intakes / filters. Under the words 'Flame Switch', the two small cylindrical objects are fuel filters (a CAV type common on most DMUs). Under the builders plate are the engine start / stop buttons with a socket for an inspection light. Negative WMP7797, circa October 1956, probably taken at the Met-Camm Saltley Works. Rolls Royce.


111 DMU

circa Oct-1956

Underframe detail - the fuel pump can be seen mounted on the engine, the pipes from the top running to each of the six injectors. It is directly connected to the throttle motor, which has the four flexible air hoses running into it. Negative WMP7798, circa Oct-1956, probably ay the Met-Camm Saltley Works. Rolls Royce.


111 DMU

circa Oct-1956

Looking through a floor hatch to a final drive mounted on a bogie, the input shaft to the top. The white pipe is one of two air pipes to control forward / reverse, the ripped pipe is a conduit for the wires which connect to the cab 'air/axle' lights to show the drive has engaged. Negative WMP7802, probably at the Met-Camm Saltley Works, circa October 1956. Rolls Royce.


111 DMU

circa Oct-1956

Underframe equipment - a vacuum exhauster. Negative WMP7803, probably at the Met-Camm Saltley Works, circa October 1956. Rolls Royce.


111 DMU

circa Oct-1956

Through the floor hatch can be seen the stop solenoid. Negative WMP7805, probably at the Met-Camm Saltley Works, circa October 1956. Rolls Royce.


111 DMU

circa Oct-1956

Looking through a floor hatch to the SE4 gearbox. Negative WMP7806, probably at the Met-Camm Saltley Works, circa October 1956. Rolls Royce.


111 DMU

circa Oct-1956

Underneath the Rolls-Royce engine, looking at the free end. Negative WMP7807, probably at the Met-Camm Saltley Works, circa October 1956. Rolls Royce.


111 DMU

circa Oct-1956

DMBS interior, looking from the cab end. Negative, WMP7808, probably at the Met-Camm Saltley Works, circa October 1956. Rolls Royce.


111 DMU

circa Oct-1956

DTC interior, looking from the cab end. Negative WMP7809, probably at the Met-Camm Saltley Works, circa October 1956. Rolls Royce.


111 DMU

circa Oct-1956

Drivers controls, which appear identical to a Class 101. Note 59051 under construction on the adjacent road. Negative WMP7810, at the Met-Camm Saltley Works, circa October 1956. Rolls Royce.


111 DMU

circa Oct-1956

Both engines can be seen in this underframe view, looking from the rear of the vehicle towards the cab end. Negative WMP7811, probably at the Met-Camm Saltley Works, circa October 1956. Rolls Royce.


111 DMU

Unknown Date

A Rolls-Royce powered Met-Camm set departing from Whitby in the early 1960s, thought to be on a York service. David Faircloth.


111 DMU

December 1966

A collection of units in Doncaster Works in December 1966; from left to right a Derby Lightweight, a Rolls-Royce Met-Camm DMBS with revised lining, and a freshly painted Class 108 with small yellow panel, and the rear of another freshly painted car. David Faircloth.


111 DMU

1970

This Class 111 has '2M97' just barely visible on the headcode blinds when seen on a rainy day at Goole in 1970. John Law.


111 DMU

4th June 1970

Upminster Station on 4/6/70 with a 1927 built LT Q stock car next to a three-car Rolls-Royce powered Met-Camm unit (later Class 111). The closest vehicle is in green livery with revised lining, the centre car is in plain blue. David Christie.


111 DMU

April 1972

A mixed-livery Class 111 Rolls-Royce powered Met-Camm set seen departing from Knaresborough station in April 1972. John Reddyhoff.

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