No details with this image, but this vehicle is in platform 1 of Stirling station, and the W prefix with yellow panel means it's probably 79977. Stuart Mackay Collection.
A GRC&W twin awaits departure from Platform 7 of Stirling station on its next trip to Larbert. DTC Sc56315 is closest, it was allocated to Leith Central at the time, and later became part of the Fisons weedkiller train. corriebob.
A rainy day at Stirling station, and Met-Camm set 208 is waiting to depart on a service for Dunfermline Lower. The nearest vehicle has a yellow stripe first class while still in green livery, which seems to be a Scottish peculiarity. Stuart Rankin.
A Class 101 set at Stirling, date unknown but circa 1968/9. The power cars are in green livery with the later lining style, the centre car in blue. The far end is labeled set 208. Stuart Rankin.
A GRC&W set at Stirling, circa 1968/9, having arrived with a service from Dunfermline. Stuart Rankin.
An unnamed Railway Society of Scotland railtour on the 18th October 1969, seen stopped at Thorsk in Stirlingshire, with 51467 closest. Stuart Rankin.
55015 seen at Stirling 14/5/71. The different tone of blue between the nearest cab door and the first 'passenger' door with a droplight signifies where body panels have been altered removing a window and making a double door. Through the cab windows we can see wire mesh has been fitted to the insides of the white painted windows. Hamish Stevenson.
A Met-Camm sits in the bay platform at the north end of Stirling station on 17/9/77. It is a two-car set with an extra vehicle stuck on the end. David Christie.
Taken from the footbridge at Stirling station, a Metro-Cammell D/M-U leaves for Dunblane on 3/5/82. (Looking north). David Christie.
Dundee's DMU set No. 305, formed of SC53264, SC59045 and SC51227 leaves Stirling for Edinburgh on 4th June 1983. Syd Young.
Taken from the south road bridge a Metro-Cammell D/M-U heads south from Stirling station on 17/6/83. The Gantry was removed about 18 months later. David Christie.
101 360 at Stirling circa 1984. The BR logo on the closest power car - SC53192 - appears to be silver rather than white. Andrew McConnell.
Set 101363 at Stirling on 23/05/1984. Car numbers are 53144 + 59049 + 53746. The leading car unusually retains the central marker lights (top and bottom) and the top one even looks like it might be switched on, though there is no glass lens - both these central lights were usually removed upon refurbishment. The full length uninterrupted cantrail rain strip suggests the vehicle has been refurbished. Graeme Phillips Collection.
107 444 (52005 + 59804 + 52031) at Stirling during a stop on the "Tay-Forth Venturer" railtour, 16th June 1984. Chris Lings.
Met-Camm set 332 departs northbound from Stirling station on September 21st, 1984. David Christie.
101304 (with two DMBSs) leaves Stirling under the Signal Gantry on September 21, 1984. This was to be my last shot of the Gantry - by the following March It had been reduced to just the ironwork , pending imminent removal. David Christie.
A sad site by the Middle Box at Stirling on April 13th, 1985, was the Gantry with all arms & posts removed. A Class 101 passes underneath. David Christie.
101324 arriving at Stirling on August 1st, 1985, with a Glasgow train - while 101330 looks to be in trouble on the bay track - the crew are out investigating. David Christie.
3-car Metro-Cammell DMU 101 330 makes a smoky departure from one of the inner 'bay' platforms at Stirling on August 1, 1985. David Christie.
101324 stands at Stirling formed DMS 53245 (nearest) with TBS 59112 and DMBS 51253 (curiously containing two brake vans!) on 29/Mar/1986. I could not find any record of 53245 listed in 101324 in contemporary set lists although 51253 was, so maintenance requirements or failures might have caused reformations, which might also account for the two brake vans in the set. Another three car set listed had no brake van at all so both may have been temporary formations. Robert Chilton.