A long line of 117 and 115 vehicles at Nottingham, including 51334 - the Regional Railways DMBS. Thought to be taken on the 24th August 1993. Stuart Mackay Collection.
Cross-City DMU Farewell, 11th September 1993: 117311 51334+59500+51376 on the 14:15 to New St at Longbridge. Kevin Dowd.
Cross-City DMU Farewell, 11th September 1993: 117311 with 51334 leading arrives at New St on the 12:45 ex-Longbridge. Kevin Dowd.
51334 is at the front of set number 117 311 in Edinburgh Waverley station on 12.10.1994. Andy Cole.
Class 117 set L402 approaches Slough station on the 2nd April 1977. Rex Holt.
A tour was arrange on this day taking class 117 sets L402 and L405 around all of the many branches that then existed in the London Division of the Western Region. Here the tour is seen at Brentford Town on 30th July 1978. The tour was organised by RPPR, a popular railtour company at the time. Ian Buck.
Class 117 DMU set L402 (51335 + 59487 + 51377) makes its way into Paddington on October 4th, 1990. Rex Holt.
Class 117 set L707 in Bletchley station in October 1996 with 51335 closest. Stuart Mackay Collection.
Class 117 set 452 entering Loudwater station in May 1970. The set number being above 450 shows that this a gangwayed set. Steve Davies Collection.
Class 117 set L403, W51336 (nearest) + W59488 + W51378, heads away from Slough towards Maidenhead, Saturday 19th February 1983 Iain Reid.
At, in my opinion, the most beautiful places one could find a railcar 51336 of set 117708 leads a class 117 and 101 combination on the St. Ives branch near Carbis Bay on 4th August 1995. Ian Buck.
On a railtour around London area branchlines 51337 on the front of class 117 set L404 has arrived at Staines West on 30th July 1978. The blue vehicle is bubble 55020. Ian Buck.
At the long gone Reading Goods the railtour on this day paused for a while with 51337 of L402 leading. 30th July 1978. Ian Buck.
At Reading Goods again on 30th July 1978 L402 pauses in the rain. Ian Buck.
The London branches railtour made it to ist final extremity, the branch to Morris Cowley, which is the only branch visited that is still open today. L402 with 51337 leading. Ian Buck.
At Wallingford on 30th July 1978 L402 and L405 traversed the line that has now become the Cholesey and Wallingford Railway. Ian Buck.
L402 and L405 have now made it to Abingdon on 30th July 1978. Ian Buck.
The freight branch to the Didcot Trading Centre was opened with high hopes but eventually came to nothing. L402 and L405 cleaned the rust from the rails on 30th July 1978. Ian Buck.
On an unknown date L402 is deep in Southern territory on the North Downs Line at Dorking West working towards Reading. Ian Buck.
L404 approaches Southall station in June 1983. 51337 leads, the other two vehicles are presumably 59489 and 51379. Stuart Mackay Collection.