GRC&W Cross-Country set B579 seen at Fareham in 1971. Steve Davies Collection.
B583, led by 51097, during a stop at Moreton-in-Marsh in November 1983. Mike Cooper.
GRC&W Class 119 W51097 (B583) awaits departure from Moreton-in-Marsh, November 1983. Mike Cooper.
B583 departs from Moreton-in-Marsh in November 1983. W51097 is the far-away vehicle. Mike Cooper.
B583 emerging from the tunnel at Gare Junction on the 27th October 1984. Steve Davies Collection.
Class 119 set B585, with a suburban set on the rear, arrives into Southampton station on March 19th, 1977. Rex Holt.
Class 119 51077, set number B586, is seen stabled at Tyseley in BR blue and grey livery on 04-01-1988. Note it still retained First class. Class 116 M51144 is on the right. Andy Cole.
Class 119 51058, set number B590, is seen on the fuel lines at Tyseley in BR blue and grey livery on 12.04.1986. Andy Cole.
On an unknown date class 119 set B591 (51102, 59433, 51059) at Newport. Ian Buck.
At Yeovil Pen Mill on 14/6/85 DMU set B591 and another form a Weymouth-Bristol service. 33044 is on a Cardiff - Weymouth service. The signal shown controls the lines to Maiden Newton and Yeovil Junction with the aid of a route indicator. Stephen Burdett.
B595 (W51074 + W59430 + W51086) at Ashton Gate after working from Bristol TM on a Billy Graham special in 1984. Robert Tarling.
Class 119 set B595 passes the Brunellian station building at Culham in the direction of Didcot on 3rd August 1985. Ian Buck.
W51054 is the DMBC in C572 when seen at Milford Haven on the 15:15 from Swansea, 16th April 1980. Hamish Stevenson.
A 2-car 119 set (C577) and a Met-Camm enters Cynghordy. Tom Clift.
Class 119 C583 (51069/51097) at Llanishen station, North Cardiff, circa 1989. Mac Winfield.
Class 119 DMS W51097 at Snailwell on January 1989. Surface Stock.
Unknown date, class 119 set C590 pauses at Gomshall on the North Downs line. Ian Buck.
C590 shunts out of Cardiff Central platform 2 on an ECS to Canton, 18/7/87. PJ Evans.
Cars 51087 59040 53847 are seen awaiting departure from the then platform 5 at Newcastle with an evening commuter service, 16/9/87. The front car is Class 119, the other two are Class 116. Adjacent in the then platform 4 are Mk 1 coaches (distinguishable from DMU stock by the window frames and Commonwealth bogies), probably a locomotive-hauled Pacer substitution - these were invariably three coaches in length, and their positioning relative to the DMU suggests a locomotive may be 'trapped' at the buffer stops. Graeme Phillips Collection.
An unusual sight of a Class 119 at Battersby, North Yorkshire, on the rural Esk Valley line between Middlesbrough and Whitby. Taken on on the 09/10/1987, the car furthest from the camera is a suburban type, either Class 116 or 118. Graeme Phillips Collection.