Two Class 126 Swindon Inter-City sets pass just outside Glasgow Central station in the early 1970s. John Law.
A Swindon Inter-City Class 126 DMU in Glasgow Central station. Date unknown. Tony Wilkins.
A six-car Swindon-Inter-City DMU arrives into Glasgow Central station. Date unknown. Tony Wilkins.
A DMS in Class 126 Swindon Inter-City set heading out of Glasgow Central station. Date unknown. Peter Heppenstall.
The 3.0pm Glasgow - Stranraer is seen 1 mile south of New Luce (Dumfries and Galloway) on the 9th August 1973, worked by a Class 126 Swindon inter-City set. Michael Mensing.
With the signalman standing waiting to exchange the token, the 10.42am Glasgow Central - Stranraer Harbour approaches Glenwhilly on the 10th August 1973. Michael Mensing.
With the token exchanged, the signalman heads back to the signalbox as the 10.42am Glasgow Central - Stranraer Harbour continues through the closed Glenwhilly station on the 10th August 1973. Michael Mensing.
The 10.42am Glasgow Central to Stranraer Harbour heads south away from the closed Glenwhilly station, then in use as a passing loop, on the 10th August 1973. Michael Mensing.
'Intermediate' DMS SC51016 leads a 6-car Class 126 Swindon Inter-City set into Glasgow Central from the Ayrshire Coast, 26/3/74. John McIntyre.
A Class 126 heads out of Barrassie with a Stranraer train, 26/6/74. Tim Stubbs.
A Class 126 DMU heads out of Kilwinning station on an Ayr to Glasgow service in September 1975. Arnie Furniss.
Class 126s at Ayr on September 8th, 1976. On the right is Sc51015 which had failed at Stranraer with flat batteries, 25 025 was attached to haul the set on the service. Another set is on the left. Arnie Furniss.
A Swindon Inter-City set - date unknown. Graeme Brown notes "this is the north end of the Brownhill Loops. The unit has just passed under the flyover that took the down Elderslie - Brownhill via Lochwinnoch (original Lochwinnoch station, the current Lochwinnoch was Lochside) line over the up and down AYR3 lines. The flyover went as part of the Ayr electrification but some of the embankments are still visible. Stuart Rankin.
A Class 126 and some Class 101s are seen in Kyle Street yard, which was adjacent to Ayr station on the left. Andrew McConnell.
Class 126 set 400 seen at Glasgow Central. Undated. Malcolm Clements.
Class 126 set 400 at Glasgow Central. Undated. Malcolm Clements.
The two Class 126 cab types face to face. On the left is an 'intermediate' car, with it's gangway removed and plated over, and on the right a 'leading' car. At Glasgow Central, date unknown. Malcolm Clements.
This 'intermediate' car (the now preserved 51017) still has it's gangway fitted, and carries a cover once commonly used on the back of hauled stock. The Class 126s generally always ran latterly with the buckeyes permanently raised. Malcolm Clements.
Two Class 126 sets entering Glasgow Central, the intermediate DMS closest having its gangway plated over. Malcolm Clements.
Carrying the Greater Glasgow logo, a Class 126 formation is seen at Johnstone. Undated. Andrew McConnell.