During filming for a Shell-Mex advert in January 1967 at Clare. Mary Cowle.
A Met-Camm and a Cravens are seen at Lowestoft. Note 'LW' on the Cravens Blue Square coupling code, which is distinctly lighter than what's on the 101, possibly a 'white square?' Steve Davies Collection.
A Class 105 Cravens set at Sheffield Midland. Date unknown. Note the rubber panel just to the right of the drivers door. Stuart Mackay Collection.
BR green (with small yellow panel) liveried Craven's class 105 dmu (DTC 56135 with short-lived NE prefix to number) on a Hull train at York - c.07/1967. 53A Models of Hull Collection.
A busy scene at Jesmond with a 3-car Class 101 and a 2-car Class 105. The Cravens set number appears to read 168, and that, along with the lack of destination blind suggests it's a recent transfer from Hamilton. Note also the two shades of yellow suggesting it has perhaps had repairs done. Undated, but mid-1970s. Ian Francis.
The 3:01pm Colchester - Cambridge crosses the 3:38pm Long Melford - Colchester at Long Melford, 4th March 1967. David Underwood.
A Cravens set is seen on the 6.18pm ex-Glasgow at Thorntonhall on July 31, 1968. Hamish Stevenson.
Cravens set 39 heads out of Thurston station. It has Parkeston Quay on its destination blind. Steve Davies Collection.
A three-car Cravens set heads out of Rugby Central station in April 1969. Steve Davies Collection.
A Cravens set at Firsby on July 9, 1969. Steve Davies Collection.
A Cravens DMU in Sheffield Midland in Autumn 1969. I had just travelled back to Sheffield from Thorne on this Cravens BR Blue dmu & was climbing the footbridge stairs when this composition offered itself. Pete LG99.
A Class 105 and 114 at Bardney Junction. The Derby Heavyweight DTC is in rail blue with small yellow panel, and has Sheffield on the blind. The Craven's has a green DMC and the DMBS E51267 is in rail blue, with Tumby Woodside on the blind. Steve Davies Collection.
Two Cravens DMU sets arriving into Sandy station on the East Coast Main Line, circa 1970. Steve Davies Collection.
With Watford on the destination blind, a Class 105 is seen in the snow during its stop at Bricket Wood station. Date unknown. Steve Davies Collection.
With snow on the ground, a Cravens set is seen at Garston heading for St. Albans. Date unknown. Steve Davies Collection.
A Cravens set at Lidlington, heading for Bedford. Steve Davies Collection.
Class 105 DMUs in Kings Cross station, circa 1970. Tony Wilkins.
A Cravens set in Watford Junction station on the 11th March 1970. Steve Davies Collection.
A Cravens set at Brierfield in July 1970. John Reddyhoff.
The Abbey Line (or St Albans Abbey Branch Line) runs from Watford Junction to St Albans Abbey railway station and the 6.5-mile route passes through both town and countryside. The 25kv electrified service is currently operated by London Midland class 321 units but on 7th February 1971, long before electrification, Bletchley-allocated Cravens unit No.50394 - 56146 forming a Watford to St Albans service drops a single passenger at Park Street and Frogmore station. Gordon Edgar.