A new looking Met-Camm in the un-rebuilt Birmingham New Street, heading for Stafford if the blind is to be believed. Photo by David McIntosh. Ian McDonald Collection.
Brand new Met-Camm sets in platform 1 of Glasgow Buchanan Street Station, possibly on a Six Lochs Land Cruise. Date unknown. Stuart Mackay Collection.
A fresh looking 101, heading for Coventry, taken at Northampton Castle. Undated, photo by Tony Pirie. Ian McDonald Collection.
A power / trailer set heading away from the camera just north of Monkwearmouth station. date unknown. Stuart Mackay Collection.
Brand new Met-Camm sets in Dundee West shed, approximately July 1958. Despite this relatively late date the vehicle do not have whiskers. The vehicle closest to the camera, a DTC, has a Met-Camm banner in the centre bodyside window. George Bett.
A Met-Camm DMC on rear of a Newcastle - Carlisle service seen at Haltwhistle on the 2nd August 1958. 77011 is working the Alston branch. Stuart Mackay Collection.
A Met-Camm set at the head of a long DMU formation passing Patricroft. Date unknown. Ian McDonald.
A Met-Camm power-trailer set seen at Saughton Junction on the 3rd October 1959. Stuart Mackay Collection.
Two four-car Met-Camms arrive into Monkwearmouth heading for Newcastle. Date unknown, but the vehicles have standard DMU lining which means it's probably mid-1960s. Stuart Mackay Collection.
A station full of Met-Camms. Whitby Town contains at least four sets. The driver-trailer set on the right is in the darker green, the revised lining shows that the DMBS has been repainted at Doncaster. It's partner seems to have thicker than normal lining. No date, but the yellow panels everywhere suggest the mid to late-1960s. David Faircloth.
The driver looks a little bored driving his Class 101 and Class 104 formation past Patricroft depot towards Bangor. Undated. What was the significance of the '874' in the cab window? Steve Davies Collection.
A Met-Cam unit is seen at Darlington Bank Top on the Crook Service in 1960. Roy Lambeth.
A Met-Camm at Ravenscar on the Whitby-Scarborough line. John Darwent Collection.
A unit descending from Prospect Hill Junction to Whitby Town. John Darwent Collection.
This Met-Cam had just arrived at Durham Station from Sunderland on a quiet summer Saturday afternoon in 1962. It was then of the standard combination of Motor Brake Second and Composite Trailer. Roy Lambeth.
A 3-car Metro-Cammell set is about to leave the south end of the Forth Railway Bridge into Dalmeny station, heading towards Edinburgh Waverley. 26th October 1962. ScR Official Picture. AA McLean Collection.
A Darlington Class 101 at Crook station in 1964, shortly before the line's closure from Bishop Auckland. Roy Lambeth.
A Met-Camm set in York station. No other details are known, but note the orange stickers on the cab and on the bodysides. Tony Wilkins.
Class 101 DMUs at Whitby Town in 1964. A busy scene, with three Class 101 units, plus loco-hauled stock is also visible behind the middle unit. At this time, Whitby was still linked to Scarborough, albeit requiring reversals at either end of the route to leave / access the stations, but this coastal route closed the following year, 1965. All three Met-Camms have different width of yellow panels. The set on the right is formed DMS/TBS/DMS. Graeme Phillips Collection.
On the 30th May 1964 a Class 101 enters Helensburgh Upper, the first stop the 2.10pm Craigendoran - Ardlui. Craigendoran was on the outskirts of Helensburgh where these services connected with the North Clyde electric services. Hamish Stevenson.