A condemned E52075 is seen at Neville Hill depot on the 12th August 1989. Hamish Stevenson.
Class 110 E52075 at Snailwell on August 1990. Surface Stock.
Class 110 DMC E52076 in Sheffield station, date unknown. Stuart Mackay Collection.
Class 110 DMC 52076 sits beside a Cravens set in Sheffield Midland in the 1970s. Stuart Mackay Collection.
52076 + 51828 with the 18:02 to Leeds at Knottingley, 18 May 1984. Hamish Stevenson.
52076 is at the head of this Class 110 at York. Undated. Tom Clift.
A Class 110 BRC&W set at Attercliffe on 19th April 1987, led by E52077. 54A South Dock.
E52079 heads this Class 110 set at Mirfield on the 20th November 1978. Malcolm Clements.
E52079 stands in what was then platform 8 of York station with a service for Huddersfield, 25/07/86. Graeme Phillips Collection.
The Sheffield to Huddersfield service via Penistone was a BR backwater which was perhaps lucky to survive Beeching. Here a "Metro Train" branded two-car Class 110 Birmingham RC&W unit calls at Honley with 52080 leading the way to Huddersfield on the 30th August 1986. Mike Dean.
Class 110 52080 is seen at Doncaster along with 51812 with a working to Goole on the 25th March 1989. Andy Cole.
Three vehicles - three liveries. E52081 in plain blue, 59811 in refurbished, and 51824 in blue/grey. Entering Leeds station on the 8th June 1981. Malcolm Clements.
BRCW class 110 with DMCL no. 52081 leading, at Sheffield filling up with passengers prior to departing for Ilkley, 10/Jun/1987. Robert Chilton.
A Class 110 set at Sheffield, with 52083 closest. Undated, but as the other two vehicles are in blue this was probably taken in the early 1970s. Stuart Mackay Collection.
Stabled in what can rather loosely be described as a 'shed' 'Calder Valley' BRCW Class 110 DMU Nos. E52083-E59703-E51814 inside the roofless depot at Bradford Hammerton Street on 10th November 1979. The Class 110 diesel multiple units were built by the Birmingham Railway Carriage and Wagon Company in conjunction with the Drewry Car Co. to operate services on the former Lancashire and Yorkshire main line, and spent their entire careers based around this same area. This earned them the name of the 'Calder Valley' sets. They were an updated version of the Class 104, with a revised cab design and raised bodyside window frames. Of the depot itself, the former Hammerton Street shed in Bradford closed to steam in 1958 to concentrate on DMU and diesel shunter maintenance and finally closed in 1984 when the remaining class 110 units allocated there were transferred to Neville Hill depot in Leeds. Gordon Edgar.
Departing Leeds with the 11:40 to Scunthorpe is a Class 110 led by 52084, 3rd Sept 1988. Lee Senior.
Class 110 power car E52084 at Snailwell on August 12, 1989. Surface Stock.
Having left Edale heading towards Manchester and about to plunge into the 2 mile 182 yard Cowburn Tunnel in the Hope Valley on 23rd August 1986, a 1961 built BRC&W built "MetroTrain" branded class 110 'Calder Valley' 3 car dmu set, this one being E52085 + E59696 + E52069, these were not common through here, indeed I'm sure this is the only shot I have of one! The last of the class were taken out of service in October 1989 but by then they were no longer common in the Calder Valley. Andrew J Crowther.
A BRC&W Class 110 two-car set in York station on October 21, 1987, with E52085 at the front. Rex Holt.
52085 faces 144 007 in Harrogate station in August 1989. Mike Cooper.