SC52008 was part of set 154 when seen at Haymarket depot on the 12th August 1979. Jerry Glover.
A Class 101 and Class 107 (set 143) are amongst the vehicles to be found at Corkerhill on 12 August 1979. Jerry Glover.
Class 107 set 155 in Glasgow Central 18/08/1979. Destination Largs. Alistair Logie.
Class 107 Set 150 Vehicle 52004 at Glasgow Central. 18/08/1979. Destination East Kilbride. Alistair Logie.
Class 107 Set 150 in Glasgow Central. 18/08/1979. Destination East Kilbride. Alistair Logie.
DMBS 52000 was one of the last Class 107 vehicles in plain blue, seen leading set 146 out of Glasgow Central station. Circa 1980. Andrew McConnell.
Class 107 DMC Sc52036 leads a 3 car rake into its destination of Glasgow Central with the 1233 service from Ardrossan Harbour, 23rd April 1980. Bruce Galloway.
Sc51992 has reached the end of the line at Ardrossan Harbour, 27/6/80. Chris Lings.
Class 107 DMBS 51993 from Hamilton set 139 is seen on stands in Glasgow Works, 4/10/80. Malcolm Clements.
Class 107 set 155 in Edinburgh Waverley in 1979. S Saunders.
Class 107 DMBS Sc51992 heads a 6 car rake at Kilmacolm, waiting to return to Glasgow Central. 24th January 1981. Bruce Galloway.
Ex-works Class 107 set 138 with SC51992 at the front waits to depart from Kilmacolm with the 13.03 service to Glasgow Central waits to leave. Taken on January 24, 1981, the line was closed in early 1983. Bruce Galloway.
Derby heavyweight class 107 3 car set 153 at Kilwinning Junction with an evening Glasgow Central to Ayr service, 8th April 1981. Bruce Galloway.
A Class 107 set in Kilmacolm station on the 18th June 1981, having just arrived with the 08:07 ex-Glasgow Central. The set number - 444 - is inside the left cab window, the vehicles are probably 52031 + 59804 + 52005. Hamish Stevenson.
107 440 (presumably 52001 leading) arrives at a busy Bridge of Weir station on the 23rd June 1981 with the 08:17 Kilmacolm - Glasgow service. Hamish Stevenson.
Passengers board the 08:17 Kilmacolm - Glasgow Central at Bridge of Weir on 25 June 1981. Hamish Stevenson.
Class 107 set 429 carries its new set number in the cab window but its old number 133 remains painted on the cab front. Seen in the fading light at Kilmacolm station on 27/11/81. Chris Lings.
Carrying GG TransClyde branding, a Class 107 set is seen entering Dalry station, which still retaining at this time some of it's former prestige as an important junction. Note the Scottish Region blue running in boards. Circa 1981. Andrew McConnell.
A Class 107 set seen approaching Johnstone circa 1982. Andrew McConnell.
Class 107 set 143 is seen in Kilmacolm station, date unknown. Stuart Rankin.