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Unidentified Class 108 DMU images


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108 DMU

Unknown Date

A Class 108 is seen amongst a variety of vehicles in Derby Litchurch Lane Works. David Faircloth notes "the 'photo was taken from the "Long Bridge", this still crosses the works site, but has been closed for about 6 years. The land on which the vehicles stand is now outside the works, and is covered by an industrial estate (Citygate)." Ian Francis.


108 DMU

1985

A Class 108 passes through Wrexham General in 1985. John Law.


108 DMU

24th January 1985

Class 108s and a 104 on a cold snowy day in Buxton. Also class 25/2 locomotive 25244 (D7594) with class 45/0 locomotive 45062 (D103) behind stabled in the center road. 24th January 1985. Andrew J Crowther.


108 DMU

24th February 1985

Permanent way work at the once 4 tracked Buxworth cutting, just south of New Mills South Junc on the Hope Valley line, sees 37079 (D6779) stationary on a ballast train, whilst a class 108 comes past wrong line with a local service to Sheffield. on today's railway this would mean Rail Replacement buses. 24th February 1985. Andrew J Crowther.


108 DMU

5th March 1985

A Class 108 set seen in Manchester Victoria on the 5th March 1985. Malcolm Clements.


108 DMU

5th March 1985

A Class 108 in Manchester Victoria station on the 5th March 1985. On the left is a Class 120 set including M51583. Malcolm Clements.


108 DMU

4th May 1985

An unidentified class 47 reverses its excursion train out of the sidings at Spalding at the end of the annual Flower Parade day, on it's right is an 8 car class 101 dmu, our 'Merrymaker' from Furness Vale is on the left made up of a 2 car class 108 and 2x3 car class 104 dmu's whilst on top of that is another loco hauled excursion with a class 47 on it. 4th May 1985. Andrew J Crowther.


108 DMU

4th May 1985

It looks as if you can park you car, coach, mini bus and your 3 car class 108 dmu outside the front of Spalding railway station, on the occasion is the annual Flower Parade day. Looking at Google Maps this has all changed with a road across here now but the station buildings haven't changed, and there is my mum there most likely reading that months 'Flower Monthly'. 4th May 1985 Andrew J Crowther.


108 DMU

4th May 1985

Reversing into the sidings for the day at Spalding is our 'Merrymaker' from Furness Vale, made up of a 2 car class 108 and 2x3 car class 104 dmu's and here for the annual Flower Parade day. The class 100 dmu in the siding is the Eastern Region General Manager's saloon ADB975664 and ADB975637. 4th May 1985 Andrew J Crowther.


108 DMU

28th May 1985

A Class 108 on 2D74, the 16:06 Llandudno - Holyhead, approaches Rhosneigr at 17:09 on Tuesday 28th May 1985. Colin Brooks.


108 DMU

28th May 1985

A Class 108 departing from Rhosneigr with 2D74, the 16:06 Llandudno - Holyhead, passes 45 137 on 1E93, the 17:03 Holyhead - York at 17:12 on Tuesday 28th May 1985. Colin Brooks.


108 DMU

7th July 1985

An unidentified Derby built class 108 dmu rolls into New Mills Central with a local train from Sheffield, 7th July 1985. In the New Mills turn back tunnel, as we called it as it was used to turn back the 2 car dmus back to Manchester, is Buxton "White Roofed" allocated BRC&W dmu BX482. Andrew J Crowther.


108 DMU

7th July 1985

Two unidentified Buxton "White Roofed" allocated Derby built class 108 dmu's leave New Mills Central, with a 6 car Summer Sunday only Peak Rail Rambler service to Buxton, this working was normally in the hands of a 3 car unit. 7th July 1985. Just about in view is the New Mills turn back tunnel, as we called it as it was used to turn back the 2 car dmus back to Manchester, is Buxton "White Roofed" allocated BRC&W dmu BX482. Andrew J Crowther.


108 DMU

7th July 1985

Running wrong line into New Mills Central are two unidentified Buxton "White Roofed" allocated Derby built class 108 dmu's, which will form a 6 car Summer Sunday only Peak Rail Rambler service to Buxton, this working was normally in the hands of a 3 car unit. 7th July 1985. Andrew J Crowther.


108 DMU

7th July 1985

Off loading a healthy number of passengers at New Mills Central are two unidentified Buxton "White Roofed" allocated Derby built class 108 dmu's, having formed a 6 car Summer Sunday only Peak Rail Rambler service from Buxton, this working was normally in the hands of a 3 car unit. 7th July 1985. Andrew J Crowther.


108 DMU

7th July 1985

Passing New Mills South Junction signal box (still open June 2016), as seen from a Buxton allocated Derby built class 108 dmu, operating the Summer Sunday only Buxton-New Mills Cental-Buxton Peak Rail Rambler service. The three chimneys in the centre of the photo mark the the spot of the world famous sweet manufacturer and New Mills based Swizzels Matlow, whose brands include, which i'm sure we've all had, "Dumsticks", "Refreshers" and "Love Hearts" to name a few. 7th July 1985. Andrew J Crowther.


108 DMU

25th July 1985

Two Class 108 sets at Grange-Over-Sands, Cumbria, on 25/07/1985. Graeme Phillips Collection.


108 DMU

Unknown Date

A 2-car Class 108 leads a Class 120/101 hybrid past Peartree. Date unknown. Ian Francis.


108 DMU

15th March 1986

Derby Litchurch Lane on the 15th March 1986. A Class 108 DMBS with smashed cab windows - probably 51929, and a Class 100 DTC with white painted solebar - probably 56110. Ian Francis.


108 DMU

Unknown Date

A two-car Class 108 seen at Hyde North station, in Greater Manchester. The line on the left is the Manchester - Hadfield line, the old Woodhead line. Undated. Andrew McConnell.

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