The overhead power lines are off as ScotRail 107734 (presumably 52011 + 59791 + 51994) and a Met-Camm set call at Barassie with an Ayr to Kilwinning shuttle, during maintenance works on 25-03-1989. Of note is that the station building at Barassie (left) is still standing - it was removed shortly after this. Gordon Thomson.
A Class 107/105 hybrid is seen on the Kilmacolm branch shortly before closure. Class 105 DMBS 51493 leads. Stuart Rankin.
52016 + 59805 are two of the vehicles in this set labeled just 107 at Motherwell with the 17:18 Edinburgh - Hamilton West service on April 19, 1988. Hamish Stevenson.
107025 (52028 + 59797 + 51985) passes Inverkeithing Central Junction with an ECS working on August 22, 1990. Hamish Stevenson.
107027 (presumably 52020 + 51987) heads out of Glasgow Queen Street towards Cowlairs tunnel. Date unknown. Andrew McConnell.
Strathclyde PTE liveried Class 107 Derby 1960 built heavyweight DMU 107030 (52030) and Metro-Cammell 1988 built 156 513 seen here at Glasgow Central station, 28th June 1991. Andrew J Crowther.
Strathclyde PTE liveried Class 107 Derby 1960 built heavyweight dmu 107030 (52030, 59796, 51990) seen here at Glasgow Central station with a service for Edinburgh. I think this livery looks really smart on these units. 28th June 1991. Andrew J Crowther.
107 043 sits in Glasgow Queen Street in 1991, Sc52004 is at the front, presumably with 59805 and 52016. John Law.
A Class 107 in Glasgow Queen Street station on February 22nd, 1991, presumably formed 52034 + 59807 + 52010. Gordon Thomson.
107 425 departing from Glasgow Central circa 1984. Andrew McConnell.
107 425 seen at Dunblane on an unknown date. Andrew McConnell.
107 425, appearing to be in ex-Works condition, faces a Class 303 EMU at Glasgow Central. Undated. Andrew McConnell.
107 425 running into Dunblane, which has a Class 120 sitting in the opposite platform. Andrew McConnell.
Seen south of Inverkeithing is 107 425. Undated. Andrew McConnell.
An Edinburgh bound Class 107 about to enter Dunfermline Lower station in March 1988. Alan Rintoul.
107 425 (51985 presumably with 59797 and 52028) at Kilmarnock on the day of the 1988 open day - September 11th. Andrew McConnell.
This is thought to be 52028 / set 107 427, carrying a relatively short lived livery variation of large ScotRail branding and the Haymarket depot emblem (normally placed on centre cars). Seen at Kilmarnock on the day of the 1988 open day, September 11th. Andrew McConnell.
Set 107426 (presumably with 52018 closest) is about to enter Curriehill station with the 13:26 Glasgow Central - Edinburgh service on October 3, 1987. Hamish Stevenson.
107 426 is seen entering Glasgow Central in June 1988. Andrew McConnell.
Class 107 set number 107 427 (with 52020 closest) is seen at Corkerhill depot in Strathclyde livery on 25.08.1986. Andy Cole.
107 427 rolls into Johnstone. Undated, but the 120 centre car probably means this was circa September 1986 when 51987 ran with 59268 and 51781. Andrew McConnell.
107427 and 101327 sit side-by-side in Glasgow Central station in March 1987. Andrew McConnell.
In the bright and attractive orange / black Strathclyde P.T.E. livery, 107427 (presumably 52020 + 59793 + 51987) awaits departure time at Kilmarnock with the 10.45 to Glasgow on 20-06-1987. Gordon Thomson.
Set 107427 departing Lenzie station on 25-05-1988. Gordon Thomson.
107 428 is seen pulling out of Glasgow Central, presumably led by 51988, circa 1987. Andrew McConnell.
107 428 (51988) and 107 425 in Glasgow Central circa 1987. The station had recently been stone-cleaned and enhanced with the addition of evergreen bushes on the platforms, conveniently marking the position of "Front train beyond this point". Andrew McConnell.
107 428 in Edinburgh Waverley station in 1989, presumably with 52013 at the front. Andrew McConnell.
The passengers disembarking from The Ayr Restorer railtour at Giffen on 10-04-82. Gordon Thomson.
The 17:22 Glasgow Central - Edinburgh arrives into Wester Hailes on the day of the station's opening, 11th May 1987. Worked by 107429, Sc51989 is at the front. Hamish Stevenson.
107 430 (presumably 51990 + 59802 + 51803) at Newton-on-Ayr in September 1988. Andrew McConnell.
107 431 at Ayr in 1982. At this time the Glasgow - Ayr services (for years in the hands of the Class 126 Swindon units) were starting to be taken over by Derby and Metro Cammel units. Andrew McConnell.
107 431 is running with a 101 centre car when seen at Ayr in 1982. Sc52017 leads. Andrew McConnell.
107 431 contains two Class 101 vehicles when seen with a Glasgow - Kilmacolm service near Houston on the 2nd December 1982. Hamish Stevenson.
A mixed up 107 431 (with 116 centre car) heads north out of North Queensferry station. Undated. Andrew McConnell.
An ex-works 107 433 (presumably 59790 + 51993) sits with two Class 105 DTCs in Falkland Yard. Date unknown, probably 1986. Andrew McConnell.
107433 (52012 + 59790 + 51993) sits in Haymarket depot on February 8, 1987. Hamish Stevenson.
107433 enters Curriehill on October 3, 1987, with the 14:18 Edinburgh - Glasgow Central service. The closest vehicle is presumably 52012, with 59790 and 51993 behind. Hamish Stevenson.
107 433 (with headcode intact) in Glasgow Central. 52012, presumably with 59790 + 51993. Undated. Andrew McConnell.
Class 107 d.m.u. 107433 in Strathclyde orange / black livery awaiting departure to Girvan from Ayr on 28-05-1988. 52012, presumably with 59790 and 51993. Gordon Thomson.
107 435 near Bridge of Weir on the Kilmacolm branch. Probably in the last months of operation on the branch, dating this to circa 1982. The leading vehicle in the set (far end) is a 101 DMS. Andrew McConnell.
Heading out of Glasgow Central on the 30th March 1982 is set 107 435, led by 51996. Chris Lings.
107 435 (presumably 52019 + 59798 + 51996) is seen at Dundee. Undated. Andrew McConnell.
Class 107 DMU 107435 (52019 presumably with 59798 + 51996) at Girvan. Date unknown. Stuart Pearce.
Two Class 107 sets (the DMBS leading in set 107436 is presumably 51997) enter Slateford station with the 14:47 Motherwell - Edinburgh service on October 6, 1984. Hamish Stevenson.
107 436 (presumably 52024 + 59784 + 51997) departing from Glasgow Central surrounded by other Strathclyde liveried units. Undated. Andrew McConnell.
107 436 (presumably 52024 + 59784 + 51997) at the stops at Glasgow Central. Undated. Andrew McConnell.
107 436 (presumably 51997 + 59784 + 52024) about to enter Johnstone station is almost certainly not on its way to Barrhead. It's heading down the Ayrshire Coast, circa 1987. Andrew McConnell.
107436 (51997 + 59784 + 52024) passes Portobello on March 28, 1987, with the 10:22 Cardenden - North Berwick service. Hamish Stevenson.
107436 (presumably 51997 + 59784 + 52024) approaches the terminus with the 14.45 Kilmarnock - Glasgow Central train on 20-02-1988. Gordon Thomson.
107436 (51997 nearest + 59798 + 52025) 107440 + 350(51182 + 59124 + 53239) arrives at Cardenden on 4th August 1988. S Gaskell.
Class 107 set 107 437 with 52021 closest (presumably with 59782 + 51998) is seen at St Rollox works on 25.05.1986 following overhaul and repainting into Strathclyde Orange livery. Andy Cole.
107 437 sits in Girvan, presumably 51998 + 59782 + 52021. Date unknown. Tom Clift.
Set 107437 (52021 + 59782 + 51998) is seen stabled at Thornton on February 15, 1987, with a three-car Class 101 behind. Hamish Stevenson.
107 438 (presumably with 51999 leading) storms past Howwood Signal Box on its way to Glasgow - August 1982. Nice surroundings, G&SWR signal box, semaphore signals, easy (reasonably legal) farm track access and Ayrshire DMUs in full flight. The new A737 has permanently blighted this area. If only I had spent more time here in the '80s... Andrew McConnell.
107 438 picks up its passengers at Paisley Gilmour Street. Date unknown. Andrew McConnell.
107 438 (presumably with 51999 at the front) on a Glasgow - Ayr working passes the golf course at Troon. Undated. Tom Clift.
Hybrid class 107/104 DMU unit No.107438 (52030 + 59215 + 53505) and class 107 unit No107437 (with 52021 leading) at Ayr station shortly before energisation of the overhead electrification on 23rd March 1986. Gordon Edgar.
A muddled up set passes by Saughton Junction in April 1987. Alan Rintoul.
107439 - presumably with 52000 leading - is seen at Lochside with a Class 101 on the rear in June 1982. Andrew McConnell.
SC52000 at Ayr on 04-09-84. The far car is a 101, the Class 107 DMC from 107 439 was running in a different set (see image 6548). Image by MD Williams. Vincent Haworth.
107 439 (52000 presumably closest 52036 furthest and includes a 101 centre car) and (101) 348 in Glasgow Queen Street station. Andrew McConnell.
With black cab window surrounds and Trans-Clyde branding, 107439 (presumably 52000 closest, 52036 is furthest) sits in-between duties at Glasgow Queen Street station. Undated. Andrew McConnell.
107 439 (52036 closest, 52000 presumably furthest) sits at the stops at Glasgow Queen Street. Date unknown. Andrew McConnell.
107 739 (presumably 52036 59785 52000) calls at Nitshill with the 11.50 Barrhead - Glasgow Central train on 15-01-1988. Gordon Thomson.
In blue / grey livery, 107439 awaits departure time from Kilmarnock with the 12.29 Kilmarnock - Glasgow Central train on 07-02-1989. Gordon Thomson.
107 440 (presumably 52001 leading) arrives at a busy Bridge of Weir station on the 23rd June 1981 with the 08:17 Kilmacolm - Glasgow service. Hamish Stevenson.
A Strathclyde liveried class 107 unit 107440 Sc52033 + Sc59806 + Sc52007 far from home approaches Tapton Junction, Chesterfield on the 13th September 1986 on an Ayr-Derby RTC working. It was sent to the RTC for investigation when technical problems were found with the power car axles of the class. Kevin Law.
107 440 (presumably 52033) is seen at Derby RTC on an unknown date, but probably during late 1986 for fitting strain gauges or similar on the axles in connection with the 107 wheelset crisis. David Faircloth.
107440 (52033 + 59806 + 52007) is working the 13:26 Dunblane - Edinburgh service when seen at Falkirk Grahamston on January 4, 1988. Hamish Stevenson.
107 441 (probably 52002 + 59069 + 52019) has a Class 101 centre car when seen in Paisley Gilmour Street in late 1984. Andrew McConnell.
Sc52002 (107 441) and 107 439 (noted as SC52034) at Ayr on the 4th September 1984. The rest of 107 439 was running independently, see image 6549. Photo by MD Williams. Vincent Haworth.
A Class 107 set - labeled just '107' on this end - is seen between Bridge of Weir and Houston with a Glasgow Central - Kilmacolm service on the 2nd December 1982. Hamish Stevenson.
Set 107 442 (presumably 52003 leading) heads away from the camera between Bridge of Weir and Houston with a Glasgow Central - Kilmacolm service on the 2nd December 1982. Hamish Stevenson.
107 442 (presumably with 52003 leading) is seen near Kilmacolm with a Kilmacolm - Glasgow Central service on the 2nd December 1982, just a few weeks before the line closed. Hamish Stevenson.
A Kilmacolm - Glasgow Central service seen near Bridge of Weir on the 2nd December 1982, worked by 107 442 (presumably with 52003 leading). Hamish Stevenson.
107 442 heads away from the camera towards Glasgow Central with a service from Kilmacolm on the 2nd December 1982, seen near Bridge of Weir. Hamish Stevenson.
107442 is on display at Ayr station at the Open Days of 30th (pictured) & 31st October 1983. The Open Days were held to celebrate the announcement of the electrification of the railway to Glasgow, which was completed in September 1986. Gordon Thomson.
107 443 (presumably 52004 + 59805 + 52016) heads out of Johnstone station in June 1982. Andrew McConnell.
107443 is led by 52004 at Paisley Gilmour Street. Date unknown. Andrew McConnell.
107444 (52005 + 59804 + 52031) and 101 at Johnstone in late 1984. Andrew McConnell.
"The Tay-Forth Venturer" railtour at Rosyth Dockyard. The Class 101 on the right was operating Open Day shuttles. 16/6/84. Hamish Stevenson.
"The Tay-Forth Venturer" railtour at Rosyth Dockyard (formed 52005 + 59804 + 52031), SC51448 on the left is part of a Met-Camm set on open day shuttle duties. 16/6/84. Hamish Stevenson.
SC59804 and SC52005 at Oakley with "The Tay-Forth Venturer" railtour, 16/6/84. The unit is sitting on the entrance to the exchange sidings (for Comrie Colliery), the line ahead goes to Dunfermline. The photo is taken from the former station area, the ballast area to the lower right once contained the line towards Alloa. Hamish Stevenson.
"The Tay-Forth Venturer" railtour sits in the closed Dunfermline Upper station, 16/6/84. It was formed of 52031 + 59804 + 52005. Hamish Stevenson.
107444 (52031 + 59804 + 52005) sits in Edinburgh Waverley station after completion of "The Tay-Forth Venturer" railtour on 16/6/84. Hamish Stevenson.
The participants of The Tay-Forth Venturer railtour enjoying the view out of 107 444 (52005 + 59804 + 52031) as it travels along near Menstrie, 16th June 1984. Chris Lings.
The Tay-Forth Venturer railtour during its stop at Markinch on 16/6/84. It is formed of 52031 + 59804 + 52005. Chris Lings.
The Tay-Forth Venturer railtour at Cameron Bridge on 16/6/84, formed of 52031 + 59804 + 52005. Chris Lings.
107 444 (52031 + 59804 + 52005) at Cameron Bridge with The Tay-Forth Venturer railtour at on 16/6/84. Chris Lings.
107 444 (52031 + 59804 + 52005) during the Oakley stop on the Tay-Forth Venturer railtour, 16/6/84. Chris Lings.
107 444 (52005 + 59804 + 52031) during the Oakley stop on the Tay-Forth Venturer railtour, 16/6/84. Chris Lings.
107 444 (52031 + 59804 + 52005) at Dunfermline Upper on the Tay-Forth Venturer railtour, 16/6/84. The branch, at that time open to Oakley, closed when Comrie Colliery did, the station site is now a retail park. Chris Lings.
59844 and 52005 at the closed Dunfermline Upper station during a stop of the Tay-Forth Venturer on 16/6/84. Chris Lings.
The 'The Tay-Forth Venturer' ready to leave Edinbrgh Waverley on the 16th June 1984 which took 107 444 (52031 + 59804 + 52005) to Perth and around many Fife branches. Chris Lings.
107 444 (52005 + 59804 + 52031) at Stirling during a stop on the "Tay-Forth Venturer" railtour, 16th June 1984. Chris Lings.
Class 107 444 (52031 + 59804 + 52005) with "The Tay-Forth Venturer" railtour at Markinch on the 16th June 1984. Hamish Stevenson.
The open doors show the train has been abandoned for the passengers to explore Cameron Bridge. This is "The Tay-Forth Venturer" railtour on 16/6/84, formed 52031 + 59804 + 52005. Hamish Stevenson.
Sc52005 (and presumably 59804 + 52031) at Paisley Gilmour Street, leading the way to Largs, 25th May 1985. Mike Dean.
A year before electrification, a 6 car class 107 dmu departs Troon with a Stranraer - Glasgow Central service on 25-08-1985. 107444 (presumably 52005 + 59804 + 52031) is on the rear, the front set has a Met-Camm centre car. The masts are in place for electrification. Shot with an Instamatic camera. Gordon Thomson.
Strathclyde PTE liveried 107 444 (presumably 52031 + 59804 + 52005) rolling into Bellshill station. Date unknown. Andrew McConnell.
107 444 (presumably 52005 + 59804 + 52031) with another 3-car set rolls onto Holytown with the 17:22 Glasgow Central - Edinburgh on 28/7/87. Hamish Stevenson.
107 444 (formed 52005, nearest, 59804 + 52031) leaving Dalmeny and about to cross the Forth Bridge on the 17th August 1987. Robert Frise.
107 444 (presumably 52031 + 59804 + 52005), believed to be between Lugton and Barrhead in July 1988. Andrew McConnell.
107 445 is seen at Edinburgh Waverley in 1989, presumably with 52006 closest. Andrew McConnell.
Ex-works 107 447 seen at Ayr TMD on 29 April 1986. Neil Cannon.
Set 107447 is a 107/101 hybrid formed 52008 + 59802 + 51803 when seen at Portobello with the 12:38 Edinburgh - Dunbar shuttle on November 1986. Hamish Stevenson.
A Class 107 heads out of Glasgow Central in the fading light on the 6th February 1987. This seems to be set 107447, presumably with 52008 closest. Stuart Mackay Collection.
107447 (presumably 52029 + 59792 + 52008) passes through Newton-on-Ayr on 25-10-1987. The class 107 d.m.u.s were based in Scotland for all their working lives, and, together with the Metro-Cammell class 101s, formed most Ayrshire passenger services form the demise of the Swindon built class 126 in 1981 until electrification in September 1986. Gordon Thomson.
107447 (presumably 52008 + 59792 + 52029) near Eglington Street, to the south of Glasgow Central, in May 1988. Andrew McConnell.
107 447 (presumed to be 52029 + 59792 + 52008), believed to be between Lugton and Barrhead in July 1988. Andrew McConnell.
107 448 has passed Lochside signal box on its way to Ayr in the summer of 1982. Note the short signal post to assist sighting under the farm crossing overbridge - conversely the signal in the Glasgow direction has a tall post (with repeater arm) and is positioned outside the curve to assist sighting round the shallow, curved cutting. Andrew McConnell.
107 449 (presumably 52010 + 59807 + 52034) enters Glasgow Central, circa 1984. Andrew McConnell.
Sc52010 in Stranraer Harbour station in 1988. Andrew McConnell.
107449 (presumably 59807 and 52034) sits in Stranraer Harbour station in 1988. Andrew McConnell.
107 449 (presumably 52034 + 59807 + 52010) near Eglinton Street in May 1988. Andrew McConnell.
107449 (presumably 52010 + 59807 + 52034) departs from Curriehill station with the 13.18 Edinburgh Waverley - Glasgow Central on 11-07-1988. Gordon Thomson.
107449 (presumably 52034 + 59807 + 52010) calls at Curriehill with the 13.18 Edinburgh Waverley - Glasgow Central train on 11-07-1988. Then relatively new, this station was opened (or rather re-opened near the site of a former station) to encourage commuters from Currie and Balerno to take the train into Edinburgh. It is situated on the Caledonian Railway's route to Carstairs and Glasgow. This line is now electrified. The original Curriehill (called "Currie") opened on 15 February 1848, and was closed by British Railways on 31 March 1951. The present station (which occupies the site of the old station) opened on 5 October 1987. Gordon Thomson.
107453 in Glasgow Central station late in 1984. A hybrid set formed 107 DMC, a 104 TBS which should be 59210, and a 101 DMC. The opposite end is labeled 101453. Andrew McConnell.
107726 at Edinburgh Waverley on 28-04-1990. The once ubiquitous class 107, which served central & west of Scotland local services from 1958 to the mid 1990s. Note how the '7' in the set number has been freshly applied over what was a 4. Gordon Thomson.
107427 (presumably 52020 + 59793 + 51987) is on the rear of a DMU formation heading into the tunnel at Glasgow Queen Street in December 1989. Gordon Thomson.
Set 107728 (presumably 51988 + 59786 + 52013) after terminating in North Berwick station with the 17:38 from Edinburgh on June 6, 1989. The banner proclaims 'ScotRail Sprinter Service starts Mon. 15th May". Hamish Stevenson.
107728 (presumably 51988 + 59786 + 52013) departing Kilmarnock with the 12:54 to Glasgow Central, 22-08-89. Classic d.m.u. traction for the Killie - Glasgow service, not long before the Sprinters took over. The line from here to Barrhead (with a loop at Lugton) was stupidly singled in 1974. It was re-doubled between Stewarton and Lugton in 2008 / 09 and now a half hourly service to operates from Kilmarnock to Glasgow. The former line to Dalry passed under the bridge on the left. Gordon Thomson.
Class 107 set 107729 (presumably 52023 + 59795 + 51989) is an unusual visitor to Inverurie in May 1989. Norman Smart.
107729 (presumably 51989 + 59795 + 52023) waits in Inverurie station in May 1989. Norman Smart.
Set 107729 is a 2-car formed of 51989 / 52023 when seen entering Falkirk Grahamston on the 12:29 to Glasgow Queen Street, 23/1/90. Hamish Stevenson.
52023 / 51989 depart Falkirk Grahamston on the 12:29 to Glasgow Queen Street, 23/1/90. Hamish Stevenson.
Set 107731 (presumably 52035 + 59789 + 51991) runs into Wester Hailes station on June 9, 1990 with the 12:26 Edinburgh - Glasgow Central service. Hamish Stevenson.
Class 107 set 107 734 has been reduced to just two cars (presumably 52011 + 51994) in this view at Edinburgh Waverley on 13/03/1990. Behind is a three-car unit in Strathclyde PTE orange and brown livery is visible. The cab windows have received a black surround in an attempt to modernise the frontal appearance. Graeme Phillips Collection.
107 738 (presumably 51999 + 59796 + 52030) is seen departing from Glasgow Queen Street. Undated. Andrew McConnell.
107738 (presumably 51999 + 59796 + 52030) is seen in Dundee station with an Arbroath service on the 7th February 1990. Mike Cooper.
107 739 (presumably 52036 59785 52000) caught after arrival at Glasgow Central. Undated. Malcolm Clements.
ScotRail 107743 (presumably with 52016 leading) leaves Kilmaurs behind with the 11.59 Kilmarnock - Glasgow Central train on 29-05-1989. Gordon Thomson.
107743 (presumably with 52004 closest) heading away from the camera in the countryside to the north of Kilmaurs, between Kilmarnock & Barrhead, with the 11.59 Kilmarnock - Glasgow Central on 29-05-1989. This was not long before the class 156 Sprinters took over this service. The line was singled in 1974. Gordon Thomson.
107743 in North Berwick station with the 10:54 to Edinburgh Waverley on the 7th February 1990. DMBS 52004 is closest, the other cars should be 59805 and 52016. Mike Cooper.
The interior of 107 743, taken when working the 10:54 North Berwick - Edinburgh Waverley on the 7th February 1990. Mike Cooper.
Set 107744 (SC52031 + SC59804 + SC52005) arriving into Glasgow Central on June 2, 1989. Surface Stock.
107 745 (presumably 52015 + 59801 + 52006) seen at Glasgow Queen Street. Undated. Andrew McConnell.
Two Derby triple-sets (later Class 107) arrive into St Enoch station on the last day of operation on June 26, 1966. The leading power car has a set number applied under the drivers window, June 1966 was the month they were introduced to the Glasgow Division. This is set 122, sets 117 to 133 were the number series initially allocated to the Corkerhill 107s. Corriebob.
Class 107 set 132 at Kilmacolm, date unknown. Stuart Rankin.
Class 107 set 132 passes 303066 on it's departure from Glasgow Central with a Largs service on May 18, 1978. Rex Holt.
A Class 107 arrives into Glasgow Central on May 18, 1978, it's destination blind already set to Kilmacolm for the return journey. It carries set number 132 in the left cab window. Rex Holt.
Class 107 set in the original Paisley Canal station with a Kilmacolm - Glasgow service. Undated. Stuart Rankin.
Class 107 set 133 at Kilmalcolm, Scotland, in April 1977. The guard is carrying the tail lamp to the rear ready to work the return service to Glasgow Central. Graeme Phillips Collection.
The 18:34 Edinburgh - Glasgow Central is given the OK to depart from platform 11 at Edinburgh Waverley on the 26th May 1979. Hamish Stevenson.
Sc51992 has reached the end of the line at Ardrossan Harbour, 27/6/80. Chris Lings.
Ex-works Class 107 set 138 with SC51992 at the front waits to depart from Kilmacolm with the 13.03 service to Glasgow Central waits to leave. Taken on January 24, 1981, the line was closed in early 1983. Bruce Galloway.
Class 107 DMBS 51993 from Hamilton set 139 is seen on stands in Glasgow Works, 4/10/80. Malcolm Clements.
Class 107 set 140 seen in Glasgow Central station in 1979. John Law.
Class 107 set 143 enters Bellshill with the 11:00 Glasgow Central - Edinburgh on the 15th December 1978. Hamish Stevenson.
A Class 101 and Class 107 (set 143) are amongst the vehicles to be found at Corkerhill on 12 August 1979. Jerry Glover.
Class 107 set 143 is seen in Kilmacolm station, date unknown. Stuart Rankin.
Taken at Glasgow Central in March 1974, showing Class 107 unit no. 145 on a Kilmacolm service. John McIntyre.
DMBS 52000 was one of the last Class 107 vehicles in plain blue, seen leading set 146 out of Glasgow Central station. Circa 1980. Andrew McConnell.
A Kilmacolm-bound Class 107 sets enters Paisley Canal station. Date unknown. Stuart Rankin.
A class 107 Dmu waits to leave Largs for Glasgow Central on 4/10/78. It appears recently ex-works, with the cab front set number covered over, yet it carries number 152 in a cab window. Stephen Burdett.
Class 107 set 154 (with 52008 closest) awaits departure at Largs station in 1979, the pre-electrification era. John Law.
SC52008 was part of set 154 when seen at Haymarket depot on the 12th August 1979. Jerry Glover.
A Class 107 set arriving at Hairmyres station. It carries a small stenciled set number - possibly 216. Undated. Stuart Rankin.
Class 107 centre car Sc59807. TSL cars of Class 107 and 108 units were outwardly similar and were all officially allocated class number 161 (despite significant constructional differences between the two types). Girvan. August 1986 Andrew McConnell.
Class 107 set 429 carries its new set number in the cab window but its old number 133 remains painted on the cab front. Seen in the fading light at Kilmacolm station on 27/11/81. Chris Lings.
An Instamatic shot of the Ayr Restorer railtour on the freight only line to the MOD depot at Beith. Taken at Giffen station, on the Caledonian Railway's line from Glasgow to Ardrossan, closed on 04-07-1932. Destination Grangemouth? Gordon Thomson.
An Instamatic image - the 'Ayr Restorer' railtour at ICI Cargenbridge on 10-04-82. This particular line, the stub of what was the Dumfries - Stranraer line (the 'Port Road') was lifted in 2005. Gordon Thomson.
An instamatic image of the 'Ayr Restorer' railtour at the limit of BR track at Waterside, 10-04-82. This was the Ayr - Dalmellington branch, closed in April 1964 but still open for freight. The gable end facing is the old Waterside station. A713 Ayr - Castle Douglas road to the left. This has now been re-aligned away to the left. Gordon Thomson.
The centre car from Class 107 set 435 - thought to be 59798 - at MC Metals. Undated, it had been withdrawn from Eastfield in December 1989. Andrew McConnell.
A Class 107 set in Kilmacolm station on the 18th June 1981, having just arrived with the 08:07 ex-Glasgow Central. The set number - 444 - is inside the left cab window, the vehicles are probably 52031 + 59804 + 52005. Hamish Stevenson.
Class 115 51897, set number T508, is seen at Tyseley on 26.04.1987 not long after overhaul and repainting into BR blue and grey livery. Andy Cole.