Sadly no details with this image, so the date and location are unknown. It's formed of two Class 114 DMBSs back to back, and a 4-car Class 104. Possibly a railtour or excursion? Stuart Mackay Collection.
E50019 receives some attention from fitters at Birmingham New Street on September 15th, 1962. It is seen at around 3.50pm after arriving from the Leicester direction with E56019 and a three-car Cravens set. Michael Mensing.
E56019 and E50019 are seen in Birmingham New Street on September 15th, 1962, forming the 4.23pm service to Derby. The DTC has an unusual shape of whiskers, the DMBS has two exhaust pipes, not the joined box Derby vehicles normally had in this era. Both vehicles carry electrification flashes. Michael Mensing.
Derby Heavyweight E50005 heads the 11.52am Peterborough - Grimsby Town service on September 28th, 1965 at Littleworth. Note the odd placement of the blue square on the left. Michael Mensing.
E56049 and E50049 are seen at Sleaford, on the loop from the Lincoln line to the station. They are working the 8.13pm Lincoln to Sleaford on May 28th, 1966. Note the oval buffers, the diagonal stripe on the blue square coupling code, and the dents on the front in the yellow panel. Michael Mensing.
The 3.05pm Nottingham Midland - Sheffield Midland service arrives at Alfreton & South Normanton station on the 28th September 1966. Michael Mensing.
Blue E56002 with a green DMBS. Mablethorpe is on the blinds, seen at Mumbly Road station which appears closed. Steve Davies Collection.
Two Class 114 sets with E56002 closest stopped at Ancaster on their journey to Mablethorpe. Date unknown. Steve Davies Collection.
E56002 at the front of a pair of Class 114s at Swineshead, a stop on it's journey to Mablethorpe. Date unknown. Steve Davies Collection.
E50004; Sheffield, January 1967. E50004 was the first DMU to be painted at Doncaster in rail-blue livery; the double-arrow symbols were painted by hand. BR produced a Design Manual when the double arrow was introduced, and this showed that the double arrow always faced forward when displayed on a ship's funnel. The paintshop at Doncaster mis-interpreted this, thinking that - as with the original BR crest - the arrow should always face the front, and so E50004 emerged from Doncaster incorrectly liveried on the driver's side. I don't know how long this remained before being corrected. David Faircloth.
A Derby heavyweight set (Class 114) emerges from Conisbrough Tunnel (near Doncaster) with a Sheffield service in 1967. John Law.
A Class 114 passes a loco-hauled set at Willoughby on its way to Mablethorpe. E56002 is closest. Steve Davies Collection.
Thought to be taken in the early 1970s, a Class 114 in rail blue livery with small yellow panel forms the rear set in this formation at Habrough. John Law.
A Class 114 set on the RCTS / REC "Doncaster Decoy" tour seen at Bullcroft Junction (the old HB&GC Joint) on 5/10/68. John Law.
E50001 and E56007 seen at Firsby waiting to leave for Skegness, July 9, 1969. Steve Davies Collection.
On the left side of this view of Firsby sits a Cravens set and on the right a Derby Heavyweight with E50001 closest, 9th July 1969. Steve Davies Collection.
Two Class 114 sets are seen at Firsby on July 9, 1969. Steve Davies Collection.
A Class 114 departs from Firsby for Skegness on July 9, 1969. Both vehicles have the logo on the cab door and small 3" numbers. The DTC has a small yellow panel. Steve Davies Collection.
A Class 114 is seen in Firsby station, with a Cravens set hiding on the right, both on workings to and from Skegness. 9th July 1969. Steve Davies Collection.
An oval buffered Class 114 pauses in Tumby Woodside station on its way to Firsby in 1970. Steve Davies Collection.