A Cravens DMU in Bedford St Johns station circa 1972. John Law.
29/5/72 - a dismal bank holiday Monday at Windermere. This class 105 is strengthened by a class 120 dmu. Stephen Burdett.
A Class 105 at Humnamby, 16-09-72. John Reddyhoff.
A Cravens set enters Acle in the early 1970s. John Law.
A Cravens set at Norwich in the early 1970s. John Law.
A Cravens set at St Albans Abbey in the early 1970s. John Law.
A Cravens set seen at Finsbury Park station on it's way to Kings Cross in the early 1970s. John Law.
A 2-car Cravens set approaching New Holland Town from Barton-on-Humber. Date unknown. Phil Deane Collection.
A Cravens set at Bedford St Johns station in the early 1970s. John Law.
A Cravens unit is seen in the snow at Two Mile Bottom, between Brandon and Thetford, in the 1970s. Steve Davies Collection.
A snowy scene at St Albans with a 2-car Cravens being prepared for departure time. Steve Davies Collection.
A 2-car Class 105 waits at St Albans. Undated Steve Davies Collection.
The driver and guard wait patiently for the last passengers to board at St Albans so they can be on their way. Undated. Steve Davies Collection.
A Cravens set departing from Clarkston & Stamperland (now just Clarkston) station on the East Kilbride line. Date unknown. Stuart Rankin.
A Class 105 Cravens DMU heads out of Brampton station. Undated. Steve Davies Collection.
A Cravens DMBS / GRCW DTC hybrid approaches Haughley Junction on the Great Eastern Main Line. The yellow cab doors on the Cravens dates this to the late 1960s. Steve Davies Collection.
An Eastern Region Cravens/GRC&W hybrid set circa late 1960s. It is Long Stanton on the Cambridge to St. Ives line, heading south-east towards Cambridge. Steve Davies Collection.
Three Cravens sets about to pass the remains of Haughley station. Date unknown. Steve Davies Collection.
Three Cravens sets (a different train from image 10653) passes the closed Haugley station in Suffolk. Date unknown. Steve Davies Collection.
A Cravens and Met-Camm set in Wolferton station with a Kings Lynn - Hunstanton service, probably in the late 1960s. The leading vehicle is in plain blue livery with yellow cab doors, it's partner is still in green. Steve Davies Collection.