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Class 107 DMU images


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107 DMU

25th May 1988

Set: 107427

Set 107427 departing Lenzie station on 25-05-1988. Gordon Thomson.


107 DMU

28th May 1988

Set: 107433

Class 107 d.m.u. 107433 in Strathclyde orange / black livery awaiting departure to Girvan from Ayr on 28-05-1988. 52012, presumably with 59790 and 51993. Gordon Thomson.


107 DMU

June 1988

Set: 107426

107 426 is seen entering Glasgow Central in June 1988. Andrew McConnell.


107 DMU

July 1988

Set: 107444

107 444 (presumably 52031 + 59804 + 52005), believed to be between Lugton and Barrhead in July 1988. Andrew McConnell.


107 DMU

July 1988

Set: 107447

107 447 (presumed to be 52029 + 59792 + 52008), believed to be between Lugton and Barrhead in July 1988. Andrew McConnell.


107 DMU

11th July 1988

Set: 107449

107449 (presumably 52010 + 59807 + 52034) departs from Curriehill station with the 13.18 Edinburgh Waverley - Glasgow Central on 11-07-1988. Gordon Thomson.


107 DMU

11th July 1988

Set: 107449

107449 (presumably 52034 + 59807 + 52010) calls at Curriehill with the 13.18 Edinburgh Waverley - Glasgow Central train on 11-07-1988. Then relatively new, this station was opened (or rather re-opened near the site of a former station) to encourage commuters from Currie and Balerno to take the train into Edinburgh. It is situated on the Caledonian Railway's route to Carstairs and Glasgow. This line is now electrified. The original Curriehill (called "Currie") opened on 15 February 1848, and was closed by British Railways on 31 March 1951. The present station (which occupies the site of the old station) opened on 5 October 1987. Gordon Thomson.


107 DMU

4th August 1988

Set: 107436

107436 (51997 nearest + 59798 + 52025) 107440 + 350(51182 + 59124 + 53239) arrives at Cardenden on 4th August 1988. S Gaskell.


107 DMU

September 1988

Set: 107430

107 430 (presumably 51990 + 59802 + 51803) at Newton-on-Ayr in September 1988. Andrew McConnell.


107 DMU

6th September 1988

Set: 107438

Ayr at 1600ASA. 107444 (left) and 107438 (right) occupy platforms 3 and 4 on the evening of September 6, 1988. Lewis Bevan.


107 DMU

11th September 1988

A busy scene at Kilmarnock, on the occasion of the "Kilmarnock Open Day" on 11 September 1988 with a blue/grey Class 107 set in the platform with black cab window surrounds. Andrew McConnell.


107 DMU

11th September 1988

Set: 107425

107 425 (51985 presumably with 59797 and 52028) at Kilmarnock on the day of the 1988 open day - September 11th. Andrew McConnell.


107 DMU

11th September 1988

Set: 107425

This is thought to be 52028 / set 107 427, carrying a relatively short lived livery variation of large ScotRail branding and the Haymarket depot emblem (normally placed on centre cars). Seen at Kilmarnock on the day of the 1988 open day, September 11th. Andrew McConnell.


107 DMU

17th September 1988

Set: 107433

107 433 in Strathclyde livery at Balmossie Halt on 17/9/88, looking west. The service is the 16.25 ex Dundee (Tay Bridge) to Arbroath. Kenneth Leiper.


107 DMU

1989

Set: 107445

107 445 is seen at Edinburgh Waverley in 1989, presumably with 52006 closest. Andrew McConnell.


107 DMU

1989

Set: 107428

107 428 in Edinburgh Waverley station in 1989, presumably with 52013 at the front. Andrew McConnell.


107 DMU

Unknown Date

Set: 107738

107 738 (presumably 51999 + 59796 + 52030) is seen departing from Glasgow Queen Street. Undated. Andrew McConnell.


107 DMU

February 1989

Sc52012 sits at the buffers at Glasgow Central in February 1989. Andrew McConnell.


107 DMU

7th February 1989

Set: 107439

In blue / grey livery, 107439 awaits departure time from Kilmarnock with the 12.29 Kilmarnock - Glasgow Central train on 07-02-1989. Gordon Thomson.


107 DMU

25th March 1989

Set: 101734

The overhead power lines are off as ScotRail 107734 (presumably 52011 + 59791 + 51994) and a Met-Camm set call at Barassie with an Ayr to Kilwinning shuttle, during maintenance works on 25-03-1989. Of note is that the station building at Barassie (left) is still standing - it was removed shortly after this. Gordon Thomson.

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