An official image titled "Diesel Car Service Glasgow Central - Edinburgh Princes St - Diesel car leaving Glasgow Central(56098)". Dated 10th July 1958. Courtesy of A.A.McLean. British Railways.
Class 126 DMS SC50936 awaits departure from Glasgow Central on 12th August 1970. David Mant.
A Class 126 DMU winds its way into the correct platform in Glasgow Central in 1971. John Law.
A Class 105 and Class 107 arriving at Glasgow Central in 1972. John Law.
Lots of DMU activity in Glasgow Central in the early 1970s. John Law.
A 6-car Class 126 Swindon Inter-City set arrives into Glasgow Central station in the early 1970s. John Law.
Two Class 126 Swindon Inter-City sets pass just outside Glasgow Central station in the early 1970s. John Law.
A Class 116 set is seen approaching Glasgow Central station circa 1971. A Cravens units can be seen in the distance on the right. John Law.
SC52017 leads a Class 107 set into Glasgow Central in the 1970s. Stuart Mackay Collection.
A Met-Camm formation entering Glasgow Central station in the early 1970s. John Law.
A DMS in Class 126 Swindon Inter-City set heading out of Glasgow Central station. Date unknown. Peter Heppenstall.
A Class 101 (with a TBS that is probably 59080) and Class 105 formation pass Class 303 units in the sidings outside Glasgow Central in March 1974. John McIntyre.
A Class 101 unit departs from Glasgow Central (possibly to Lanark) alongside Class 303 unit no 042 on a Cathcart Circle service in March 1974. The leading DMC is probably 50186 or 50187 and the centre car is probably 59080. John McIntyre.
Taken at Glasgow Central in March 1974, showing Class 107 unit no. 145 on a Kilmacolm service. John McIntyre.
'Intermediate' DMS SC51016 leads a 6-car Class 126 Swindon Inter-City set into Glasgow Central from the Ayrshire Coast, 26/3/74. John McIntyre.
Class 126 set 400 seen at Glasgow Central. Undated. Malcolm Clements.
Class 126 set 400 at Glasgow Central. Undated. Malcolm Clements.
The two Class 126 cab types face to face. On the left is an 'intermediate' car, with it's gangway removed and plated over, and on the right a 'leading' car. At Glasgow Central, date unknown. Malcolm Clements.
This 'intermediate' car (the now preserved 51017) still has it's gangway fitted, and carries a cover once commonly used on the back of hauled stock. The Class 126s generally always ran latterly with the buckeyes permanently raised. Malcolm Clements.
Two Class 126 sets entering Glasgow Central, the intermediate DMS closest having its gangway plated over. Malcolm Clements.