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Class 124 DMU images identified by Vehicle No.


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51955

124 DMU

10th July 1978

A Swindon Trans-Pennine set departs from Selby station on July 10, 1978, with E51955 on the rear. Malcolm Clements.


124 DMU

29th August 1979

E51955, Hull Paragon, 29 August 79. The third vehicle appears to have a yellow end and be in refurbished livery - and so not a Swindon vehicle, this could be two Trans-Pennine vehicles attached to another set. Syd Young.


124 DMU

5th April 1983

Back in the day when there were two main and two relief lines between Melton and Gilberdyke, E51955 leads a Trans-Pennine working from Manchester to Hull through Broomfleet. 5th April 1983. Syd Young.

51957

124 DMU

4th July 1979

E51957 heads a mixed Class 123/124 Swindon-built DMU set at Milnsbridge on 4/7/79. E52103 is on the rear. Malcolm Clements.


124 DMU

Unknown Date

Trans-Pennine DMC E51957 in Manchester Piccadilly station, date unknown. Malcolm Clements.


124 DMU

29th September 1982

A Trans-Pennine set with a spruced-up E51957 leading waits to leave Hull Paragon with a service to Manchester Piccadilly on 29th September 1982. Syd Young.


124 DMU

Unknown Date

A Trans-Pennine set is seen near Bentham, and appears to be headed by E51957. Undated. Tom Clift.


124 DMU

26th June 1983

Class 124 DMC 51957 stabled at TE on 26/06/83. Jerry Glover.

51958

124 DMU

28th April 1984

The class 124 'Trans-Pennine' DMUs worked from Hull from their initial introduction in 1959 to their enventual demise in the mid-80s. By 1984 they were operating in 4-car 'hybrid' sets along with former WR class 123 units. Here DMC E51958 rests at Hull Paragon's buffer stops on 28/04/1984. 53A Models of Hull Collection.

51960

124 DMU

10th July 1978

A Trans-Pennine set with E51960 at the front in Selby station on July 10, 1978. Malcolm Clements.


124 DMU

30th July 1983

A trans-Pennine set with E51960 leading waits under the covered footbridge at Goole on 30th July 1983. Syd Young.


124 DMU

28th April 1984

Class 124 51960 leads a Hull - Manchester service through Chinley on the 28th April 1984. Originally operated as 6 car sets, this was the final formation with a 124 at one end and a 123 at the other. Mike Dean.

51961

124 DMU

9th January 1977

A Swindon Trans-Pennine Class 124 departing Hull station on 09/01/1977 with car E51961 nearest the camera. To the right can be seen Metro-Cammell Mk1 Pullman stock in the reverse grey & blue livery they carried in later years. Graeme Phillips Collection.


124 DMU

21st February 1979

Various members of the train crew are engaged in conversation as E51961 and E52104 stand side by side in the snow at Hull Paragon on 21st February 1979. Syd Young.


124 DMU

20th March 1979

E51961 leads a Trans-Pennins set into Huddersfield station on the 20th March 1979. Malcolm Clements.


124 DMU

9th March 1983

One of the Swindon-built Trans-Pennine units stands at Doncaster. Comparing this with image 5272 suggests this taken on Sunday 9th March 1983 and has 51961 at the front. Stuart Pearce.


124 DMU

9th March 1983

Class 124 Trans-Pennine 4-car unit led by DMC E51961 pauses at Doncaster, Sunday 9th March 1983 Iain Reid.

51962

124 DMU

28th July 1975

A Class 124 Trans-Penning unit seen at Selby on 28/07/1975. Apparently still in original 6-car formation, including Buffet car with red stripe at cantrail level, it is entering the station as what would have most likely be a Hull - Manchester / Liverpool TransPennine service (the headcode has an M in the second position, confirming a Midland region destination). Leading car is E51962, followed by 51982. Graeme Phillips Collection.


124 DMU

10th July 1978

A Swindon Trans-Pennine set in Selby station on July 10, 1978. The closest vehicle is E51962. Malcolm Clements.


124 DMU

24th August 1983

A Trans-Pennine set led by Class 124 51962 is seen at Doncaster on 24.08.1983. These DMU's still retained First Class sections. Andy Cole.

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