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Unidentified Class 114 DMU images


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114 DMU

27th May 1974

Arriving in to the short platforms of Thurgarton station is the 3.32pm Lincoln - Derby service on May 27th, 1974. The power (furthest vehicle) is E50038. Michael Mensing.


114 DMU

December 1974

December 1974 A dull mid-winter's day in South Yorkshire and a dmu for Hull enters Stainforth & Hatfield station from Doncaster to the south - note the steam-age red tail lamp - next stop Thorne North. The station and four track main line dates from the Great Central Railway's 1912 rebuild. The entrance was via the lane on the extreme right as it is today to the recently rebuilt station. That lane runs down from the Stainforth to Hatfield road just past the bridge from which the photo was taken in December 1974. Hatfield colliery's infrastructure looms over the scene and the railway & yards look like hives of activity. Pete LG99.


114 DMU

Unknown Date

A 2-car 114 having reached it's destination of Cleethorpes, probably from New Holland. Undated. Ian Francis.


114 DMU

1975

Looking north from St James Bridge reveals a wide view of the southern end of Doncaster station in 1975. A Class 114 dmu can be seen entering platform 8 while a Class 114 and Class 105 stand in bay platforms 2 & 3 on the right. The Plant offices are on the far left with the footbridge entrance spanning the whole complex. Pete LG99.


114 DMU

27th August 1975

A Class 114 set in Matlock station on August 27, 1975. Steve Davies Collection.


114 DMU

27th August 1975

A Class 114 set in Matlock station on August 27, 1975. Steve Davies Collection.


114 DMU

31st January 1976

A class 114 dmu waits to leave the L&YR terminus at Clayton West for Huddersfield. This branch as far as Shepley closed in 1983 and the track bed is now used by the Kirklees Light Railway. 31/1/1976. Stephen Burdett.


114 DMU

31st January 1976

A class 114 dmu waits to leave Clayton West for Huddersfield on 31/1/1976. Stephen Burdett.


114 DMU

31st January 1976

The station building at Clayton West is being used by coal merchants as a dmu waits departure for Huddersfield on 31/1/1976. Stephen Burdett.


114 DMU

31st January 1976

A class 114 dmu has just arrived at Huddersfield from Clayton West and will now go on to Leeds. 31/1/1976 Stephen Burdett.


114 DMU

19th April 1976

A Derby Heavyweight set arrives at Stainforth & Hatfield Station in South Yorkshire on 19th April 1976. This station was of MSLR/Great Central Railway origin and located on the four track main line just west of Thorne Junction. The GCR signal box is Stainforth Junction. Pete LG99.


114 DMU

30th August 1976

Worksop Great Central Railway station on 30th Aug 1976, in pristine condition, looking east with a Retford bound Class 114 dmu at the platform. Beyond is the level crossing, signal box and engine stabling siding. Pete LG99.


114 DMU

1977

A Class 114 set with a refurbished Class 101 on the rear at Leeds in 1977. Rex Holt.


114 DMU

1977

A two-car Derby built DMU (Class 114) leaves Lincoln St Marks in 1977. John Law.


114 DMU

1977

A Class 114 DMU in the sidings at Lincoln St Marks, 1977. John Law.


114 DMU

1977

A Class 114 set at New Holland Pier in 1977. John Law.


114 DMU

1977

A refurbished two-car Derby built Class 114 DMU at Goole in 1977. John Law.


114 DMU

8th April 1977

Two Class 114 sets pass Chinley North Junction on 08/04/1977 with a Manchester-Cleethorpes service. The front unit retains overall BR blue and is unrefurbished, whilst the rear unit is in Refurbished livery of white with blue band. Scan of a 6x6cm slide by Barrie Watkins. Graeme Phillips Collection.


114 DMU

8th May 1977

A variety of types at Doncaster stabling point on 8/5/77, including 114s, 101s and a 110. Jerry Glover.


114 DMU

23rd May 1977

Doncaster Works South Yorkshire 23rd May 1977. With the former Great Northern/LNER/British Railways locomotive works (The Plant) behind, there are Class 114s on the left of Doncaster C signal box and its remaining shunting signals looked out of place even in 1977. In the front row on the right of the box is a Cravens unit. Pete LG99.

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