Lichfield City 11/3/1983. One of Tyseley's 116 units purifies the air as it turns round at Lichfield City on a Cross City service in the days before most services extended to Lichfield Trent Valley. Stephen Burdett.
Changing platforms at Lichfield City before returning to Redditch are a couple of Tyseleys 116 units. 11/3/1983. Stephen Burdett.
Three Class 116 sets are seen at Leamington Spa on the afternoon of 29 June 1983. Lewis Bevan.
D-M/U's run round by Dunblane Box after terminating at Dunblane on 21/7/83. A 116 set is on the left, on the right is a 116/101/101 hybrid. David Christie.
Unidentified class 116 3-car unit at Worcester Shrub Hill, Friday 5th August 1983 Iain Reid.
A 150mm view from the roadbridge near Stepps, with a Derby Class 116 D-M/U passing Cardowan signal box on 20/9/83. I worked in the Black & White Whisky offices nearby. David Christie.
A Class 116 set heads out of Glasgow Central station in late 1984. Andrew McConnell.
Class 116 set at Birmingham Moor Street in March 1984. Ian Buck.
Class 116 unit at Stratford Upon Avon in March 1984. Ian Buck.
Class 166 at Stratford Upon Avon in March 1984. Ian Buck.
Two 3-car sets, the front on a Class 116, arriving into Johnstone station. Date unknown. Andrew McConnell.
A Class 116 / Met-Camm hybrid set in Birmingham Moor Street station circa 1985. Colin Brooks.
A Class 116 set heading south between Inverkeithing and North Queensferry. Undated. Andrew McConnell.
A Class 116 set is seen at the head of a Barmouth - Walsall excursion at Tywyn on the 20th April 1985. Hamish Stevenson.
Class 116 set at Leamington Spa on 20th April 1985. Ian Buck.
A class 116 unit at the end of the Essex branch to Southminster on 8th June 1985. Ian Buck.
Class 116 set at Southminster on the 8th June 1985. Ian Buck.
Taken from one of the Coalville Open day DMU shuttles, travelling along the freight only line from Leicester to Burton-on-Trent, we cross Grange Road level crossing which is controlled by Bardon Hill signal box, which dates from 1899 and is a Midland Type 2b and was fitted with a 16 lever frame which was replaced by function switches on a panel. 1st September 1985. Andrew J Crowther.
Taken from one of the Coalville Open day DMU shuttles, travelling along the freight only line from Leicester to Burton-on-Trent, we pass Coalville signal box which stood over the High Street/Hotel Street level crossing. Today the box and its semaphores have long gone, but the signal box is now preserved and was at the nearby Snibston Discovery Museum, but the museum closed on the 31st July 2015! 1st September 1985. Andrew J Crowther.
A Class 116 set in Newport (Gwent) with a westbound service for Cardiff. Undated. John McIntyre.