A Class 101 at Stafford on 02-06-85. Andrew McConnell.
Class 101 set at Woodbridge on the East Suffolk line 12th June 1985. Ian Buck.
Class 101 unit at Norwich on 12th June 1985. Ian Buck.
Abrace of class 101s at Lowestoft on 12th June 1985. Ian Buck.
Class 101 unit at Manningtree on the Harwich branch train on 29th June 1985. Ian Buck.
A class 101 d.m.u. departs from Haymarket, on an unknown westbound working, 24-08-1985. Edinburgh Castle on the horizon to the left of the chimney. Gordon Thomson.
A ubiquitous Met Camm 101 unit skirts the Forth near Burntisland with 2K23 1035 Edinburgh to Kirkcaldy. 5th October 1985. Bruce Galloway.
A power-trailer set runs into Ravensthorpe, 7/10/85. Malcolm Clements.
The Class 101 is the 16:45 Newcastle - Darlington (which may have run via the coast), seen at Newcastle station on the 30th October 1985. Graeme Phillips Collection.
A 101 passing 47093 at Billingham, 29/11/85. Jerry Glover.
A Met-Camm set seen heading away from Bradford Forster Square in 1986. John Law.
A Class 101 in Largs station in 1986, just prior to electrification. John Law.
Two Class 101 sets pass just south of Inverkeithing. Undated. Andrew McConnell.
A mixed livery Class 101 between Inverkeithing and North Queensferry. Undated. Andrew McConnell.
A Class 101/101/120 formation heads out of Prestwick circa 1986. Andrew McConnell.
A Met-Camm power-trailer set at Hitchin in 1986. Graham Baker.
A Met-Camm set (101 or 111) at Brightside on the outskirts of Sheffield, with a Sheffield - Leeds service in 1986. Graeme Phillips Collection.
A two-cat Met-Camm power-trailer set at Knottingley in 1986. John Law.
Almost hidden amongst the snow covered slopes of Kinnoull hill, above the sweep of the river Tay, a 3 car class 101 unit forming 2Y45, the 11:25 Perth to Dundee service is seen rounding the curve at Barnhill shortly after departure. 8th February 1986. Bruce Galloway.
The tail end of the 08.52 Cambridge - Birmingham with a Cambridge allocated Class 101 trailing, at Peterborough on March 15th, 1986. At this stage this may well have been locked out of use as was often the case with pairs of twin units. This was purely for revenue protection purposes and trailing units were often only unlocked when the leading unit became overloaded. Photo by Philip Mott. Gerard Fletcher.