Coupling Code: Blue Square
Coupling Type: Screw
Gangway Type: LMS
Engines: AEC 150 hp / Leyland 150hp
Lot Number: 30467
A ScR 6-car formation, SC51250 + SC59557 + SC51794 / SC51520 + SC59553 + SC51454 at Lancaster Castle on a Horwick Works Open day connection, 16/8/80. Robert Frise.
A Class 101 at Carlisle on 25/08/1980. DMBS SC51250 is nearest, the TS 59557 is still in refurbished livery. The furthest car is Class 120 DMS 51794. This Scotland-based unit will have been working local services via Dumfries. Graeme Phillips Collection.
Ardrossan Harbour, May 1985, in the immediate pre-electrification period. 101322 (with 51250 presumably closest) appears to be stabled near the site of where the new Harbour station is now located. Scanned from a slide given to me by a former railwayman. Gordon Thomson Collection.
The driver of Class 101 DMBS Sc51250 changes ends at Girvan. The high speed run down from Ayr has blown the windie wipers clean off the screens. Girvan. August 1986. Andrew McConnell.
Class 101 DMBS Sc51250 is about to be boarded by an enthusiastic DMU fan (who will be known to many here as "Big John" from the Swindon DPS) during one of the fondly remembered "Strathclyde Family Transcard DMU Spectaculars". Girvan. August 1986. Andrew McConnell.
SC51250 is on the rear of this formation at Ayr en-route from Girvan to Glasgow Central, August 1986. Andrew McConnell.
Met-Camm set 101322 (51250 + 53178) at Whitby on May 23, 1988. John Carter.
Class 101 DMBS 51250, set number 101 322 had recently been transferred from Scotland, is seen at Saltburn on 29.05.1988. Andy Cole.
Class 101 DMBS 51250 awaiting disposal at Snailwell in June 1989. All of its career was spent allocated to the ScR apart from its last twelve months which was at Heaton. Surface Stock.
Class 105 DMBS 51269 at the head of a Glasgow Central - Largs service at Paisley Gilmour Street on 14/7/86. It had been transferred from Norwich a few weeks before, the NC set number 51 has been partially peeled from the left cab window. The vehicle is in plain blue livery, the vehicles behind (59069 and 51250) are in blue/grey as evidenced by the open doors. Dennis Taylor.
Recently transferred from Scotland, set 101322 consisting of SC53159 + SC59069 + SC51250 at Newcastle on 1/10/87, receiving attention from fitters. Unusually, the leading vehicle retains the top marker light above the destination blind - these were usually removed upon refurbishment in late 1970s / early 1980s. Graeme Phillips Collection.