Unidentified Met Cam dmu and BR Standard 4MT 2-6-4T 80028 at Callander - 2708/1965. 53A Models of Hull Collection.
The Gosforth Round Table organised "The Bellingham Belle", running from Newcastle Central to West Woodburn on the old NB in England line from Morpeth to Reedsmouth Jcn. This ran fairly regularly each September to the Bellingham Agricultural Show, previously it had run through to Bellingham on The Border Counties line to Riccarton Jcn but by '65 only the stretch from Morpeth to West Woodburn survived. The train was a 6-car with buffet car. Roy Lambeth.
A Met-Camm formation is seen at Hartlepool on its way to Newcastle in 1966. Steve Davies Collection.
A Met-Camm power-trailer set at Lighthouse, near Tayport, in May 1966. The branch from Wormit to Tayport closed on the 22nd of that month. Hamish Stevenson.
In late June 1966 M50323 leads a Met-Camm set at Shustoke. Michael Mensing.
A view of Glasgow St Enoch station from the departure board gallery on Sunday 26-6-66, the last day of operation of passenger trains. On Monday 27th all services left from Central station. Two Met-Camm sets sit in the platform on the left. Corriebob.
A Met-Camm set at Bishop Auckland. Undated. Ian Francis.
A busy scene at Edinburgh Waverley, with 101 sets occupying platforms 15, 16 and 17. Ian Francis.
Saltburn, with a 5-car Met-Cam formed of a 3-car/2-car. The 3-car is formed DMC/TBS/DMC with the window frames painted on the center car only. Ian Francis.
A 2-car 101 seen at Whitley Bay. Undated. Ian Francis.
A 2-car Class 101 at Backworth. Date unknown. Ian Francis.
An eight vehicle formation seen in the Scarborough area. Undated. Ian Francis.
A two car 101 entering Scarborough, date unknown. Ian Francis.
A Met-Cam and Cravens /Met-Cam hybrid sit in the snow at Scarborough. Ian Francis.
A 3-car 101 attached to a 101/108 hybrid at Bridlington, and a member of staff has just been topping up the coolant. Note the livery on the Class 114 to the right! Undated. Steve Davies Collection.
A mixed-class formation approaches Sheringham in the early 1970s. The leading vehicle is a Class 101, the second appears to be a Class 100. John Law.
A 2-car Class 101 (with window bars) calls at Monksteaton. Date unknown. Ian Francis.
A view out the window of a Met-Camm as it passes through Barnt Green. Undated. Steve Davies Collection.
A 2-car Class 101 waits in the platform at Monkseaton. Date unknown/ Ian Francis.
A Class 108 and 101 at Monkseaton. Date unknown. Ian Francis.