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Unidentified Class 104 DMU images


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104 DMU

Unknown Date

A Class 104 and a Met-Camm set side by side in the bay platforms at York. Date unknown. Jerry Glover.


104 DMU

Unknown Date

Sharing the driver's view, in the days when they left the blinds up. Taken in a Class 104 crossing Stockport viaduct. Malcolm Clements.


104 DMU

1977

A nice variety of first generation DMUs in Leeds station sometime in 1977. From left to right: a Cravens Class 105; a BRC&W Class 104; and a Met-Camm Class 111. Rex Holt.


104 DMU

Unknown Date

A Class 104 with a rather distinct mixed up route indicator box seen at Hadfield. Date unknown. Peter Heppenstall.


104 DMU

9th April 1977

A class 120 dmu (set EP485) prepares to leave Lincoln St Marks for Nottingham whilst a class 104 unit is stabled, 9/4/77. The 104 DMBS closest is either 50450 or 50451. St Marks was closed in 1985 with all services being concentrated on Central station. Stephen Burdett.


104 DMU

23rd April 1977

A 3-car Class 104 set leaves Manchester Victoria with Southport on the destination blind. Taken on a rainy April 23rd, 1977. Rex Holt.


104 DMU

14th May 1977

A Buxton based BRC&W class 104 dmu having just pulled out of Hazel Grove station with a Buxton-Manchester Piccadilly service, 14th May 1977. Andrew J Crowther.


104 DMU

1978

A white-stripe Class 104 arrives at Wigan Wallgate in 1978. Rex Holt.


104 DMU

21st January 1978

A Class 101/104 hybrid four-car set calls at West Monkseaton, North Tyneside, with the 11:55 Newcastle-Newcastle circular service around the North Tyneside loop - two days before the withdrawal of these services. Graeme Phillips Collection.


104 DMU

21st January 1978

Newcastle Station - East end Concourse, on 21/01/1978. This was the Saturday prior to withdrawal of BR services between Manors and West Monkseaton via Benton. There appears to be some kind of electronic information boards, although not for platform 2. The paper notice stands are presumably about arrangements for replacement bus services. A Class 104, typical traction at the time, is behind the red ticket inspector's kiosk. Graeme Phillips Collection.


104 DMU

21st January 1978

This is the 1205 Newcastle-Benton-coast-Newcastle, calling at West Monkseaton, on 21/01/1978, the last day of services around the entire North Tyneside loop. These services were replaced by the Tyneside Metro a few years later. Graeme Phillips Collection.


104 DMU

9th April 1978

A Class 104 and 105 are seen at Blackpool on 9/4/78. Ian Francis.


104 DMU

June 1978

Two four-car BRC&W Class 104 sets are seen leaving Leeds in April 1978. The blind on the rear vehicle reads Liverpool Lime Street. Rex Holt.


104 DMU

July 1978

A Class 104 in Edinburgh Waverley on a special in July 1978. Alan Rintoul.


104 DMU

12th October 1978

A Class 104 DMU at Selby on 12/10/1978 departing with the 11:25 Selby - York. Graeme Phillips Collection.


104 DMU

Unknown Date

A Class 104 sits at Bolton. Undated. Ian Francis.


104 DMU

1979

Two three-car Class 104s arriving into Leyland station in 1979. John Law.


104 DMU

1979

A BRC&W Class 104 DMU and a Class 47 pass at Guide Bridge in 1979. John Law.


104 DMU

27th January 1979

The 12.45 Buxton service calls at New Mills Newtown comprising of the standard Buxton based BRC&W class 104 3 car dmu, whilst working a Manchester Piccadilly-Buxton service. 27th January 1979. Andrew J Crowther.


104 DMU

27th January 1979

The 14.15 Buxton service pulls into Furness Vale comprising of the standard Buxton based BRC&W class 104 3 car dmu, whilst working a Manchester Piccadilly - Buxton service. 27th January 1979. Andrew J Crowther.

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