Class 118 set B460 (presumably 51302 59469 51317) is seen with a Salisbury - Bristol service at Ditton Marsh Halt on May 11, 1981. Steve Davies Collection.
Set B460 passes Hawkeridge Junction on the 19th May 1981. Steve Davies Collection.
Set P460 at Exeter St. Davids on 5th February 1985. The promotional British Telecom livery had a press launch in the station the next day. Neil Cannon.
51302 leads P460 on a shuttle for Laira open day as part of GW150 on Saturday 7/9/85. Mel Holley.
British Telecom liveried BRC&W set P460 (51302 + 51317) at Gunnislake in 1986. John Law.
BT-liveried Class 118 P460 (51302 + 51317) in Bere Alston station in 1986. John Law.
British Telecom liveried P460 (51302 + 51317) seen crossing Calstock Viaduct in 1986. John Law.
51302 is seen at Calstock on the 6th June 1986. David Underwood.
British Telecom liveried B460 (51302 / 51317) between Calstock & Glake, 6/6/86. David Underwood.
British Telecom liveried 51302 at Snailwell on the 15th January 1989. Surface Stock.
The 1640 Hereford to Birmingham New Street service near Hartlebury in June 1977. Andrew Cope.
Class 118 P461 car W51303 stands at CF’s Leckwith DMU stabling point during August 1989. Mac Winfield.
51303 after moving to Swansea Landore depot for spares recovery, 8/89. Mac Winfield.
Birmingham Railway Carriage and Wagon Company (BRC&W) class 118 dmu (DMBS W51304 nearest camera) at Saltash - c.1960. 53A Models of Hull Collection.
Suburban sets at Worcester Shrub Hill on 19th October 1974. I arrived from Hereford in car W51304 which was a BRC&W suburban set (later Class 118) on the left. Pete LG99.
B462 (presumably 51304 59471 51319) enters Sroud station from the West over Brunel's viaduct on a Cheltenham - Swindon local service, circa 1982. fgrsimon.
Class 118 set P463 (presumably 51305 + 59472 + 51320) at Newton Abbott in the 1970s. John Law.
Class 118 set P463 crossing the Saltash bridge on the 9th June 1981. Steve Davies Collection.
Class 118 set at Newton Abbot. Undated, it is presumably formed 51306 + 59473 + 51321. John Law.
Sadly I had very mixed weather for my Railrover tour of the West Country in 1979. Here, Dawlish Warren is covered in grey cloud as a stopping train to Exeter pulls up at the station on 2nd September. An interesting assortment of station buildings can be seen and one of them housed the South Devon Railway Museum which was always worth a visit. Syd Young.