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 143 is seen in Kilmacolm station, date unknown. Stuart Rankin.
Taken at Glasgow Central in March 1974, showing Class 107 unit no. 145 on a Kilmacolm service. John McIntyre.
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 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.
A Kilmacolm-bound Class 107 sets enters Paisley Canal station. Date unknown. Stuart Rankin.
A class 107 Dmu waits to leave Largs for Glasgow Central on 4/10/78. It appears recently ex-works, with the cab front set number covered over, yet it carries number 152 in a cab window. Stephen Burdett.
Derby heavyweight class 107 3 car set 153 at Kilwinning Junction with an evening Glasgow Central to Ayr service, 8th April 1981. Bruce Galloway.
Class 107 set 154 (with 52008 closest) awaits departure at Largs station in 1979, the pre-electrification era. John Law.
SC52008 was part of set 154 when seen at Haymarket depot on the 12th August 1979. Jerry Glover.
Class 107 set 155 in Glasgow Central 18/08/1979. Destination Largs. Alistair Logie.
Class 107 set 155 in Edinburgh Waverley in 1979. S Saunders.
A Class 107 set arriving at Hairmyres station. It carries a small stenciled set number - possibly 216. Undated. Stuart Rankin.
Class 107 centre car Sc59807. TSL cars of Class 107 and 108 units were outwardly similar and were all officially allocated class number 161 (despite significant constructional differences between the two types). Girvan. August 1986 Andrew McConnell.
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.
The DMU sidings at Haymarket depot at 16:55 on Thursday 17th August 1989. From left to right: a Met-Camm, a 108, two Class 107 centre cars, Met-Camm, 156. The closest Class 107 centre car has the set number 432 on the end, and is presumably 59800. Colin Brooks.
An Instamatic shot of the Ayr Restorer railtour on the freight only line to the MOD depot at Beith. Taken at Giffen station, on the Caledonian Railway's line from Glasgow to Ardrossan, closed on 04-07-1932. Destination Grangemouth? Gordon Thomson.
An Instamatic image - the 'Ayr Restorer' railtour at ICI Cargenbridge on 10-04-82. This particular line, the stub of what was the Dumfries - Stranraer line (the 'Port Road') was lifted in 2005. Gordon Thomson.
An instamatic image of the 'Ayr Restorer' railtour at the limit of BR track at Waterside, 10-04-82. This was the Ayr - Dalmellington branch, closed in April 1964 but still open for freight. The gable end facing is the old Waterside station. A713 Ayr - Castle Douglas road to the left. This has now been re-aligned away to the left. Gordon Thomson.