Type: High Density
Coupling Code: Blue Square
Coupling Type: Screw
Gangway Type: None
Engines: AEC 150hp
Lot Number: 30419
55000 at Barassie on the 5:15pm Ayr - Kilmarnock, 1/3/69. It's carrying an early version of rail blue livery. Hamish Stevenson.
SC55000 is substituting for a Class 116 power car in this formation through Princes St Gardens, circa 1978. Malcolm Clements.
SC55000 is working as part of a Class 116 set passing through Princes Street Gardens circa 1978. Malcolm Clements.
Class 122 bubble car 55000 is seen on Haymarket depot, July 1978. Alan Rintoul.
A single car diesel multiple unit - Sc55000, one of Dundee's class 122 units - stands in the Up siding at Dundee Tay Bridge station on 13th September 1980. Pete LG99.
55000 ready to leave Dundee with a Perth service on April 15th, 1981. A Met-Camm set including 59045 is at its side. Arnie Furniss.
55000 working the a last train to Brechin special (1Z17) from Edinburgh, seen on the outskirts of Brechin. With 50239, 59053 and 50245 on 2/5/81. The bubble was detached at Dundee. Hamish Stevenson.
Class 122 55000 at the head of the "Farewell to Brechin" Railtour, 2/5/81. The bubble was added / detached at Dundee, the tour ran from Edinburgh with 50239 / 59053 and 50245. Hamish Stevenson.
55000 and 50239 in Brechin station with the "Farewell to Brechin" railtour on May 2, 1981. S Saunders.
Class 122 single car unit Sc55000 rasps away from the Balmossie Halt stop on the outskirts of Dundee with a Dundee to Arbroath service, 12th December 1981. Bruce Galloway.
55000 is sandwiched between classmates 55011 (left) and 55002 (right) at Haymarket depot on the 14th July 1984. Hamish Stevenson.
Class 122 M55000, set number T050, is seen at Tyseley from the exhaust end on 07.12.1985. Note the M is a suffix rather than a prefix! Andy Cole.
M55000 seen through Class 116 53064 in Vic Berrys yard, Leicester. Malcolm Clements.
A 1958 Class 122 Gloucester built single car DMU, the first of a batch of 20 built, seen inside Vic Berrys scrapyard on 20th December 1987. This unit would come out again to run again in service for a good number of years, as it was here for asbestos removal, and would later enter preservation. Andrew J Crowther.
55000 at Exeter St. Davids on 14/9/91, attached to other vehicles. Hamish Stevenson.
Regional Railways liveried Class 122 55000 heads out of St Erth on 8/2/92. Stuart Mackay Collection.
Bubble car 55000 - and another behind - in the Looe branch platform at Liskeard. Circa 1993. John Law.
On a rainy day at Kilmarnock Class 122 55011 runs into the bay platform, probably on a service from (or to form a service to) Ayr. Already in the platform is 55000, still with a W prefix. There's no yellow on the cab side, so it's carrying blue livery with small yellow panel. Circa 1969. Stuart Rankin.
Three Class 122 bubbles in three liveries in the bay platforms at Kilmarnock, circa 1969. At the time they were used on services to Ayr. 55011 is closest, the green unit on the left is 55013, behind is 55000 carrying blue livery with a small yellow panel. Stuart Rankin.
Three GRC&W Bubble Cars in Kilmarnock station, circa 1968/9. The nearest 55013 is still in green, the middle vehicle 55000 is in the early blue livery with small yellow panel, the furthest 55011 is in blue with full yellow ends. Stuart Rankin.
Met-Camm ex-buffet SC59577 departing from Edinburgh Waverley in a set which also has bubble 55000. 28th August 1979. Basil Hancock.
50245 leads 59053, 50239 and 55000 on the "Farewell to Brechin" railtour seen on the outskirts of Brechin on the 2nd May 1981. Hamish Stevenson.
50245 leads 59053, 50239 and 55000 on the "Farewell to Brechin" railtour seen near Brechin on the 2nd May 1981. Hamish Stevenson.
55011 is the nearest of three Class 122 bubble cars seen at Haymarket depot in 1984, the other two are probably 55000 and 55002. S Saunders.
Sc55002 is seen stabled at Haymarket on the 14th July 1984. To it's left is 55000. Hamish Stevenson.
Sc55011 sits in front of Sc55000 and Sc55002 at Haymarket on 14/7/84. Hamish Stevenson.