A Class 107 set seen approaching Johnstone circa 1982. Andrew McConnell.
A Class 107 near Lochside signal box, circa June 1982. The rather short signal on the other line is required for sighting under an overbridge. Andrew McConnell.
A Class 107 heading out of Carfin Halt working the 08:52 Edinburgh - Glasgow Central, 25th February 1982. Hamish Stevenson.
A Class 107 set in the bay platforms of Kilmarnock station in August 1982. Andrew McConnell.
A Class 107/101 hybrid set (the 101 is labeled 101 335) is seen near Kilmacolm on the 17th December 1982. Hamish Stevenson.
A Class 107 set is seen near Kilmacolm on the 18th December 1982. Hamish Stevenson.
A Class 107 set seen near Kilmacolm on the 18th December 1982. Hamish Stevenson.
A Class 107/101/101 hybrid seen working the 10:07 Glasgow - Kilmacolm on the 21st December 1982 near Kilmacolm. Hamish Stevenson.
The 11:01 Kilmacolm - Glasgow is formed of a Class 107/101/101 hybrid when seen on its way out of Kilmacolm on the 21st December 1982. Hamish Stevenson.
The 11:07 Glasgow - Kilmacolm is seen near the end of its journey on December 1982 worked by a Class 107 set. Hamish Stevenson.
The 12:01 Kilmacolm - Glasgow service on the outskirts of Bridge of Weir, December 21, 1982. Hamish Stevenson.
A Class 107 set passes Lorimer's Brewery to the west of Edinburgh in 1983. John Law.
6pm on Saturday 8th January 1983 and the last train to Kilmacolm is ready to depart from Glasgow Central Stuart Rankin.
A Class 107 prepares to cross the Ayrshire main lines at Elderslie Junction on the last day of operation of the Kilmacolm Branch - 8th January 1983. Andrew McConnell.
A 107 set in Kyle St. stabling point, Ayr in October 1983. Andrew McConnell.
A 107 approaches Newton-on-Ayr in October 1983. Andrew McConnell.
An assortment of vehicles are in this formation departing from Johnstone (undated). From right to left, 101, 107, 104 vehicles and a Class 120. Andrew McConnell.
Two Class 107 sets are seen with the 08:22 Edinburgh - Glasgow Central service at Livingston South on October 6, 1984. Hamish Stevenson.
A Class 107 set seen in a snowy day early in 1985. Seen here about to pass under Pollokshaws Road. Andrew McConnell.
A class 107 d.m.u. formimg a Glasgow to Ardrossan Harbour or Largs train passes Stevenston No. 1 signal box in the immediate pre-electrification period - July 1985. This was an LMS built signal box, opened in June 1947, closed by British Rail in September 1986 upon completion of the Ayrshire electrification project. A scan from a slide given to me by a former railwayman. Gordon Thomson.