Park Royal railbus SC79974 seems to be fairly new when seen in this undated image in Kilmarnock station, but has already received a bash to the cab corner. Hamish Stevenson.
Sc79979 awaiting departure for Dalmellington from the bay platform at Kilmarnock. Hamish Stevenson.
A Derby Lightweight at Kilmarnock on a Carlisle - Glasgow Central working. Date unknown. There is a Class 122 in the bay platform on the right. Stuart Rankin.
A Derby Lightweight formation heads out of Kilmarnock towards Glasgow Central on a working from Carlisle. Date unknown. Stuart Rankin.
55011 at Kilmarnock, waiting to depart with the 1:58pm to Ayr, 10th June 1968. Hamish Stevenson.
On a rainy day at Kilmarnock Class 122 55011 runs into the bay platform, probably on a service from (or to form a service to) Ayr. Already in the platform is 55000, still with a W prefix. There's no yellow on the cab side, so it's carrying blue livery with small yellow panel. Circa 1969. Stuart Rankin.
Three Class 122 bubbles in three liveries in the bay platforms at Kilmarnock, circa 1969. At the time they were used on services to Ayr. 55011 is closest, the green unit on the left is 55013, behind is 55000 carrying blue livery with a small yellow panel. Stuart Rankin.
Three GRC&W Bubble Cars in Kilmarnock station, circa 1968/9. The nearest 55013 is still in green, the middle vehicle 55000 is in the early blue livery with small yellow panel, the furthest 55011 is in blue with full yellow ends. Stuart Rankin.
A Class 107 set in the bay platforms of Kilmarnock station in August 1982. Andrew McConnell.
Class 120 DMBS 53651 leads a mixed 3 car unit (presumably 59124 + 53736) past North Woodhill farm on the outskirts of Kilmarnock with a midday service from Glasgow Central. 7th June 1986. It still carries the EP from it's former DY set number, the adhesive marks show it was set 519. Bruce Galloway.
This Class 105 DMBS is part of Scottish Region set 551 when seen at Kilmarnock on 30/08/86. The set also contained Class 120 TSB 59681 and Class 120 DMS 53652. Panoramic composite of previously submitted image. Andrew McConnell.
A Class 120 set seen at Kilmarnock on August 30th, 1986, with 53652 closest. Andrew McConnell.
A Class 116 dmu sits in the bay platform at Kilmarnock on 30-08-1986. 47565 is entering with a Carlisle - Glasgow service. A few years later both trains would be Class 156 Sprinters. Gordon Thomson.
Class 120 TSB 59681 is seen as part of Set 551 at Kilmarnock on August 30, 1986. On the left is Class 120 DMS M53652 and on the right Class 105 DMBS 53380. Andrew McConnell.
This Class 105 DMBS is part of Scottish Region set 551 when seen at Kilmarnock in 1986. It also contained a Class 120 TSB and Class 120 DMS. Andrew McConnell.
Class 101 set 306 at Kilmarnock, the nearest vehicle still with 4 marker lights. Note how the centre two have the lenses painted yellow. 6th September 1986. Andrew McConnell.
A Class 120-107-105 combination departs Kilmarnock with the 11.45 to Glasgow Central on 06-12-1986. The best (or worst) example of a 'Frankenstein' dmu set - blue/grey 53647, orange / black 59793, plain blue 51269 - listed as set 105552. Gordon Thomson.
A Hybrid 105/107/105 set heads away from Kilmarnock with the 11:45 to Glasgow Central on December 6th, 1986. Formed of 51269 + 59793 + 53647, they were listed as set 105552. Gordon Thomson.
In the bright and attractive orange / black Strathclyde P.T.E. livery, 107427 (presumably 52020 + 59793 + 51987) awaits departure time at Kilmarnock with the 10.45 to Glasgow on 20-06-1987. Gordon Thomson.
Class 101 set 101 315 at Kilmarnock, 51241 leading. The other two vehicles should be 59042 & 53260. The John Walker building behind is now gone, it was the home of Johnnie Walker whisky. 11 September 1988. Andrew McConnell.