The 2.06pm Galashiels - Edinburgh Waverley is seen at Rosewell on the 3rd February 1962, the last day of services. Hamish Stevenson.
56098 is the rear vehicle on this GRCW twin set leaving Gorgie East with the last Edinburgh Outer Circle train, 8th September 1962. Hamish Stevenson.
A two-car GRCW and two-car Met-Camm set is seen departing from Whiteacre in early May 1963 with a Birmingham service. Michael Mensing.
The driver reads his paper while he awaits to depart North Berwick on the 1.30pm to Costorphine, 2/5/64. Hamish Stevenson.
A Class 100 set runs into a station that's thought to be Yoker Ferry, it's an ECS working for the 12.05pm Yoker Ferry to Coatbridge, 3/10/64, the last day of this service. Hamish Stevenson.
The 3.15pm ex-Muirkirk runs into Lanark Racecourse station on the last day of this service, 3/10/64. Hamish Stevenson.
A GRC&W twin set arrives at Scotstoun East with the 12.05pm Yoker - Coatbridge on the 3rd October 1964. This would be the second last train on the Glasggow low level line, and the last between Bridgeton Cross and Coatbridge. Hamish Stevenson.
A Class 100 seen at Costorphine about 1965/66. Malcolm Clements.
A Gloucester twin in Edinburgh Waverley, thought to be taken in 1965. David Faircloth.
M50349 heads a train at Nuneaton (TV - Abley St. spur) in 1965. Michael Mensing.
A GRCW twin leads a 4-car formation (the other is a Cravens or Met-Camm) into Stonehouse with a Coalburn bound service on the 2nd October 1965, the last day of services. Hamish Stevenson Collection.
The Stonehouse signalman waits to collect the token from the driver of the incoming GRCW twin on a service from Strathaven on the 2nd October 1965, the last day of services. Hamish Stevenson Collection.
One of the Class 100 vehicles that was saw an early demise was 56304, it was less than eight and half years old when withdrawn. It's seen here partly dismantled at Cowlairs Works, probably in 1966. The cab is on the right. AA McLean.
A Class 100 / 101 hybrid. Both vehicles are in early variations of Rail Blue livery, the Gloucester has additional yellow as it includes the cab doors, the Met-Camm less yellow as it has just a small yellow panel (signified by the BR logo being on the cab door). Taken at Perth, date unknown. Stuart Rankin.
A Class 100 unit at Dundee (Tay Bridge) probably on a service to Arbroath, looking north-east. Scan of a slide taken by my aunt, development date on frame is October 1967. K. Brewster.
With Lowestoft showing on the destination blind, GRC&W set 64 heads away from the camera past a Neptune System track machine. Date and location unknown. Steve Davies Collection.
Class 100 set 57 at Lowestoft in the early 1970s. John Law.
The cab of a Class 100 vehicle. Tim Stubbs.
The interior of a Class 100 DMBS. Tim Stubbs.
M56109 leads this GRC&W twin set at Talerddig with the 3.45pm Aberystwyth - Shrewsbury service on March 4, 1967. Michael Mensing.