A four-car class 127 "Bed-Pan" hydraulic DMU set led by 51646 heads for St. Pancras at Flitwick on 6/Dec/1980. Robert Chilton.
Four-car Class 127 lead by M51599 on the bank behind Scratchwood Services on the M1, on 12 April 1981. Robert Chilton.
Class 127 trailer second lavatory M59527. Seen in Derby Midland station, date unknown. Malcolm Clements.
Unidentified pair of class 127 4-car units at St.Pancras, presumably waiting to work to Bedford. Saturday 1st May 1982 Iain Reid.
Unidentified class 127 units stabled at Cricklewood depot. Saturday 1st May 1982 Iain Reid.
Unidentified class 127 units stabled at Cricklewood depot. Also present is a class 120 unit with DMS M50650 in view. Saturday 1st May 1982 Iain Reid.
This Class 127 in Cricklewood station in the summer of 1983 had been given a thorough clean, service and the paintwork touched up at Cricklewood depot. Apparently either the Greek Railways or a private line in Greece needed some new passenger trains at the time these were due to be withdrawn. The set then made a number of trial runs with various Greek officials onboard. Sadly nothing came of the affair. Note the white gutter the length of the train. Arno Brooks.
A Class 127 Derby set in St Pancras station in 1983. John Law.
DMBS M51635 leads a pair of class 127 4-car units at St.Pancras waiting to work another service to Bedford. Saturday 22nd January 1983 Iain Reid.
The LCGB Class 127 DMU Farewell railtour before departure from St.Pancras on the 12th March 1983. It was formed 51592 + 59615 + 59645 + 51618. Chris Lings.
The LCGB Class 127 Farewell railtour during its Oxford stop on the 12th March 1983. The train, formed 51592 + 59615 + 59645 + 51618, was running over 30 mins late due to problems after leaving Bedford. Chris Lings.
The LCGB Class 127 Farewell railtour on the 12th March 1983 stopped at the Buckingham Railway Centre for a museum visit. Here 51592 + 59615 + 59645 + 51618 are seen in the platform at Quainton Road. Chris Lings.
During its stop at Quainton Road, museum staff helped repair an air leak on 51592 on the LCGB Class 127 Farewell railtour, which is thought to have occurred when the drive shaft nudged an air pipe on the tight curve on the Bedford St. Johns avoiding line. 12/3/83. Chris Lings.
51618 + 59645 + 59615 + 51592 at Quainton Road on the LCGB CLass 127 Farewell railtour, 12th March 1983. Chris Lings.
The LCGB Class 127 Farewell railtour during its 10 minute stop at Wembley Complex on the 12th March 1983. It was formed 51592 + 59615 + 59645 + 51618. Chris Lings.
The LCGB Class 127 Farewell railtour at Marylebone on the 12th March 1983, formed 51592 + 59615 + 59645 + 51618. Chris Lings.
On 12th March 1983 the LCGB ran a farewell tour for the Hydraulic DMUs which used to operate out of St. Pancras and which were being displaced by the Bedford electrification, this picture was taken at Stewartby. Stuart Pearce.
The towers of the old Wembley Stadium form the background to this shot of the Class 127 Farewell Railtour standing at Wembley Complex on 12th March 1983. It was formed 51592 + 59615 + 59645 + 51618. Stuart Pearce.
The Class 127 Farewell Railtour at Quainton Road on 12th March 1983, during an extended stop so that passengers could visit the Buckinghamshire Railway Centre. Stuart Pearce.
The Buckingham Railway Centre staff helped fix a damaged air pipe on M51592 at Quainton Road on the Class 127 Farewell railtour, March 12th, 1983. Stuart Pearce.