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.
A 2-car Met-Camm at Lowestoft. Undated Steve Davies Collection.
A Class 101 set seen at Grosmont heading away from the camera towards Whitby. The NYMR line is on the right of the camera, the line to Middlesborough on the left. Undated. Ian Francis.
Two Class 101 sets, both with white destination blinds seen in Middlesbrough. Undated. Ian Francis.
A 4-marker light set at Saltburn, with Leeds on its blind. Undated. Ian Francis.
A Class 101 set seen departing from Portmadog. Undated. Ian Francis.
A Class 101 sits in Platform 7 at Aberdeen Joint Station next to Aberdeen Centre Signalbox in 1973 or 1974. Class 101s were not frequent visitors to Aberdeen, this was perhaps an enthusiasts special. John McIntyre.
In the late 1960s, a power-twin in mixed liveries is seen approaching Leeds City from the ex-Midland Woodlesford/Normanton route. The BR logo on the driver's door suggests the blue car had previously carried the early livery with small yellow ends. First class totems are visible in the windows of the saloon nearest the camera, but no yellow stripe is applied. Graeme Phillips Collection.
Filey, and there are eight vehicles in this shot, with Bridlington on the blind of the closest car. Stuart Rutherford notes: "the set is on a working from the Scarborough end, so I think it would be coming from Leeds or somewhere else in the West Riding to terminate at Bridlington." Steve Davies Collection.
A Class 101 heads out of West Monkseaton station, date unknown. Ian Francis.
A Class 101 and Class 116 in a snowy Birmingham Moor Street station in the early 1970s. Stuart Mackay Collection.
A 3-car 101 arrives at Grosmont station, bound for Whitby. Undated. Ian Francis.
Met-Camm sets stabled on May 21st, 1967. The DMS is either NE50163 or NE50168, and the location is believed to be Wapping siding at Millhouse shed. Stuart Mackay Collection.
Met-Camm sets stabled at what is believed to be Wapping siding at Millhouse shed on May 21st, 1967. Stuart Mackay Collection.