E51954 + E59837 + E59239 + E51955 are seen at Lancaster Castle on the 25th August 1982. Robert Frise.
A Trans-Pennine set with a spruced-up E51957 leading waits to leave Hull Paragon with a service to Manchester Piccadilly on 29th September 1982. Syd Young.
A Trans-Pennine set passes a group of permanent way workers as it arrives at Hull Paragon on 30th September 1982. E51965 is the leading driving car. Syd Young.
One of the Swindon-built Trans-Pennine units stands at Doncaster. Comparing this with image 5272 suggests this taken on Sunday 9th March 1983 and has 51961 at the front. Stuart Pearce.
Class 124 Trans-Pennine 4-car unit led by DMC E51961 pauses at Doncaster, Sunday 9th March 1983 Iain Reid.
Back in the day when there were two main and two relief lines between Melton and Gilberdyke, E51955 leads a Trans-Pennine working from Manchester to Hull through Broomfleet. 5th April 1983. Syd Young.
A Trans-Pennine set is seen near Bentham, and appears to be headed by E51957. Undated. Tom Clift.
Swindon vehicles E51965, E59766, E59818, E52093 at Doncaster on 16-06-83. Vincent Haworth.
Class 124 DMC 51957 stabled at TE on 26/06/83. Jerry Glover.
Class 124 unit at Leeds on 26th July 1983. Ian Buck.
A trans-Pennine set with E51960 leading waits under the covered footbridge at Goole on 30th July 1983. Syd Young.
A Trans-Pennine set about to enter Wennington station in Lancashire, August 1983. Roy Lambeth.
A Trans-Pennine set led by Class 124 51962 is seen at Doncaster on 24.08.1983. These DMU's still retained First Class sections. Andy Cole.
A Trans-Pennine set arrives at Brough on 2nd September 1983 on a service to Hull with E51951 leading. These units were the mainstays on Hull to Manchester and Liverpool trains for around 20 years. Brough is still a mandatory stopping point for all services out of the city to York, Manchester and London. The large British Aerospace factory (formerly Blackburn's) still has a large percentage of it's workforce who travel to work by train. Syd Young.
E51952 has a freshly painted front end when seen at Brough on the rear of a Trans-Pennine service to Hull on 2nd September 1983. The repainting had been done at BG after a minor bump. The window rubbers, normally left black, were painted as they had a fair amount of paint on them already. The unit has the number "52" hand-painted on the front, 51961 and 51964 also had numbers painted on the front end. It has had red bulbs installed in the old headcode panel, presumably to prevent damage to the nicely painted lamp-brackets! Syd Young.
One of the stylish Trans-Pennine sets with E51962 leading, stands under the cavernous roof of Manchester Piccadilly as it awaits departure for Hull on 30th September 1983. Syd Young.
A panoramic view of Manchester Piccadilly on 30th September 1983 sees 86218 Planet running light engine out of the station. In the background can be seen a variety of units, including a Class 506 waiting to leave for Hadfield and a Trans-Pennine set which has just arrived from Hull, a Class 104 and Class 108. Syd Young.
A Swindon Trans-Pennine set rolls into Goole on the 07:18 Manchester - Hull working, 2md December 1983. Hamish Stevenson.
An unidentified, shortened class 124 'Trans-Pennine' dmu (with 4-wheel van in tow) skirts the Selby Street area of Hull - 03/1984. 53A Models of Hull Collection.
Passing New Mills South Junction on the 18th April 1984 is a Hull Botanic Gardens (BG) based 1960 Swindon built class 124 Trans Pennine dmu with a Manchester Piccadilly-Hull Paragon service. These units were all taken out of service the following month and their duties taken over by class 31/4 locomotive hauled services. Andrew J Crowther.