A four-car set in Selby station on June 1st, 1968. It comprised three BRC&W vehicles and one Met-Camm, one vehicle in green and three in blue. Pete LG99.
A hybrid diesel multiple unit in the Up bay at Selby's 1840 Leeds & Selby Railway (later North Eastern Railway) station. The original 1834 station is on the River Ouse behind the dmu. The set is mainly BRC&W vehicles (later known as a Class 104) with the third vehicle being a Met-Camm. The rear vehicle is still in green. Pete LG99.
Captured crossing the Selby Swing Bridge is a TransPennine class 124 dmu on the East Coast Main line at Selby, with the coaster "Gerda Prerse" from Hamburg in Germany moored on the River Ouse. July 18, 1973. This is the second of two bridges here the first railway bridge (a lifting bascule bridge) was opened in 1840 and was worked mechanically by hand, the second bridge capable of carrying greater weight was ordered by the North Eastern Railway and opened in 1891. This is the swing bridge in this photograph and it is hydraulically operated, the large building above the cab of the dmu is the hydraulic accumulator tower. Andrew J Crowther.
A Class 124 Trans-Penning unit seen at Selby on 28/07/1975. Apparently still in original 6-car formation, including Buffet car with red stripe at cantrail level, it is entering the station as what would have most likely be a Hull - Manchester / Liverpool TransPennine service (the headcode has an M in the second position, confirming a Midland region destination). Leading car is E51962, followed by 51982. Graeme Phillips Collection.
Swindon Inter-City set 712 (E52097 + E59820 + E52091) arrives into Selby on the 13th March 1978. Ian Francis.
E52066 is the leading vehicle in this Class 110 set seen at Selby on the 13th March 1978. Ian Francis.
On the 10th July 1978 50008 is on the rear of a 114 set heading away from the camera and about to cross the swing bridge at Selby, led by 56028. Malcolm Clements.
56028 and 50008 at Selby on the 10th July 1978. Malcolm Clements.
A Cravens set at Selby on the 10th July 1978. Malcolm Clements.
A Trans-Pennine set with E51960 at the front in Selby station on July 10, 1978. Malcolm Clements.
A Swindon Trans-Pennine set departs from Selby station on July 10, 1978, with E51955 on the rear. Malcolm Clements.
A Swindon Trans-Pennine set in Selby station on July 10, 1978. The closest vehicle is E51962. Malcolm Clements.
Swindon Inter-City Class 123 set L711 enters Selby station with E52091 leading on July 10, 1978. Malcolm Clements.
A Swindon Inter-City Class 123 set with E52100 closest and a Rolls-Royce powered Met-Camm Class 111 set at Selby on July 10, 1978. Malcolm Clements.
Class 123 Swindon Inter-City set L711 at Selby on July 10, 1978. E52091 is closest. Malcolm Clements.
A Swindon Inter-City Class 123 set in Selby station on July 10, 1978. E52100 is closest. Malcolm Clements.
Swindon Inter-City Class 123 Trailer Composite E59819 at Selby on July 10, 1978. It contained four first class and three second class compartments. Malcolm Clements.
A Deltic passes on the through road as a Class 123 Swindon Inter-City unit sits in Selby station, July 10, 1978. E52100 is closest. Malcolm Clements.
Class 123 Inter-City Trailer Second E59239 at Selby station on July 10, 1978. The interior layout was similar to a standard Mark I TS, and has B4 bogies. The vehicle on the right has standard Swindon bogies, and the brake van means it's a Class 124 MBS. Malcolm Clements.
Swindon Inter-City Class 123 set 710 with E52100 on the front is seen in Selby station on July 10 1978. Malcolm Clements.