The interior of a Class 100 DMBS. Tim Stubbs.
The 3.45pm ex-Edinburgh Waverley is seen at Kingskettle on the 20th May 1967. Hamish Stevenson.
A Class 101/100 formation departs from North Walsham station in August 1968. The DTC, which has window bars on the passenger doors, would normally carry a BR logo on the drivers door in this livery. The door looks glossier than the rest of the vehicle, suggesting it's a replacement. Steve Davies Collection.
A Class 100 GRC&W set seen at West Runton in August 1968. Steve Davies Collection.
A Class 100 at Felixstowe in August 1968 on a service to Ipswich. Andrew Parr.
This is believed to be a Railway Society of Scotland charter at Menstrie on the 12th October 1968. Stuart Rankin.
This is believed to be a Railway Society of Scotland charter on the 12th October 1968. Taken at Newburgh, between Perth & Ladybank (location identified by 'Mad Mac'). Stuart Rankin.
A Gloucester twin arrives into Oakley station, a now long-closed station on the Alloa - Dunfermline line. Stuart Rankin.
A Class 100 set at Dunfermline Upper, while working Dunfermline - Stiring duties. Circa 1968/9. Stuart Rankin.
A Class 100 set at Alloa, circa 1968/9. Stuart Rankin.
A GRC&W set at Stirling, circa 1968/9, having arrived with a service from Dunfermline. Stuart Rankin.
An unidentified Gloucester class 100 DMU with a local service for Norwich is seen waiting departure from Peterborough - 05/1969. 53A Models of Hull Collection.
Two Gloucester twins passing at Halesworth in July 1969, one with Ipswich on the blinds, the other Lowestoft. Steve Davies Collection.
A class 100 Gloucester twin car d.m.u. awaits departure from the old North Berwick station to Edinburgh Waverley in July 1969. Since January of the previous year the North Berwick branch had been a long siding from Drem. The branch was then under threat of closure. It didn't and is now electrified with a frequent service to Edinburgh. All that you see here is gone and the long siding shortened by a couple of hundred yards. Gordon Thomson.
A Gloucester twin in blue with small yellow panel arrives at Yaxham with the 2.35pm Dereham - Norwich. Taken on the 8th July 1969, the last year of passenger trains on the Norwich / Dereham line. Steve Davies Collection.
A Gloucester twin in rail blue with small yellow panels, departs from Yaxham on the 8th July 1969 with the 2.35pm Dereham - Norwich. This was the last year of passenger trains on the Norwich / Dereham line. Steve Davies Collection.
A rainy day in Sudbury as a Class 100/101 hybrid set awaits departure with a Colchester service in February 1970. Steve Davies Collection.
A Class 100/101 hybrid set waiting to depart Chappel and Wakes Colne for Colchester. The guard appears to have a ticket machine, and there are window bars on the Class 100 DMBS passenger doors. Note also the miss-matched headcode blinds, the right one being from a 4-character route indicator. The 101 DTC is in blue. 1970. Steve Davies Collection.
The 5.39pm from Edinburgh Waverley is seen at Kingsknowe on 7 September 1971. The DTC is in the early version of blue livery with just a small yellow panel. Hamish Stevenson.
A Class 100/101 hybrid seen heading south at Dalmeny station in 1972 after having crossed the Forth Rail Bridge. Alan Rintoul.