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An eight vehicle formation seen in the Scarborough area. Undated. Ian Francis.


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A two car 101 entering Scarborough, date unknown. Ian Francis.


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A Met-Cam and Cravens /Met-Cam hybrid sit in the snow at Scarborough. Ian Francis.


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Not the best quality image but I've included it here as I have so few centre car images in green. Class 110 TS 59696 at Scarborough, at one time it carried an NE prefix, but in this view the N has been painted out. Ian Francis.


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A Class 110 sits in the company of two early (4-lamp) Met-Camms at Scarborough. Undated. Ian Francis.


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A 4-car set is seen working 1D62 at Scarborough. Date unknown. Ian Francis.


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A 101 seen at Scarborough on an unknown date. The third vehicle appears to still be in green, and there's another DMU on the right which appears to be a BRCW / Met-Camm mix. Steve Davies Collection.


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An interesting formation entering Scarborough station, two Cravens / Met-Camm hybrid pairs and a 3-car 104. Undated. Ian Francis.


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16th September 1972

A 4-car 104, and another set, enter Scarborough on 16/09/72. John Reddyhoff.


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28th March 1975

A 4-car 101 and a 4-car 104 run into Scarborough on 28/3/75. Ian Francis.


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6th July 1975

Still in original 6-car formation, a Trans-Pennine unit departs from Scarborough on the 6th July 1975. Ian Francis.


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20th March 1976

One of Scarborough's very impressive signal gantries is passed by a 5-car dmu heading west out of this spick & span station on 20th March 1976. The front section was a trans-pennine unit. Pete LG99.


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20th March 1976

Scarborough on 20th March 1976. In 1976 there were still two very impressive semaphore signal gantries at Scarborough station. A Rolls-Royce powered Met-Camm dmu passes under the most westerly gantry heading for Leeds in the setting sun. Falsgrave signal box is on the left. Both gantry & box still exist but since 2011 the gantry has been preserved at the NYMR and the box no longer controls any signalling. Pete LG99.


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20th March 1976

A 3 car diesel multiple unit heads west out of Scarborough station heading for York on 20th March 1976. The track on the right runs into Falsgrave tunnel and on to a goods yard on the former coast line to Whitby. By this time that line was closed beyond the yard and today both yard and trackwork are long gone. Pete LG99.


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27th June 1979

E50193 is on the rear of a refurbished Class 101 / 108 formation at Scarborough on 27 June 1979. Steve Davies Collection.


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27th August 1979

E50293 sits beside E56197 at Scarborough, 27/8/79. Jerry Glover.


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1981

A 2-car refurbished Class 101 heads out of Scarborough station in 1981. Ian Francis.


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Unknown Date

With Hull on its blinds, a 3-car Class 108 departs from a deserted Scarborough station. Date unknown. Ian Francis.


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18th August 1984

Class 111 single-engine converted set 78718 and 78968 arrive at Scarborough station on the 18th August 1984. Jerry Glover.


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April 1985

A Met-Camm is seen at the stops at Scarborough in April 1985. Malcolm Clements.

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