Class 150 Gallery

Images of Class 150 Diesel Multiple Units taken in the Taunton Area

28th December 2017
GWR Class 150 No. 150261 'TheTarka Line - The First 25 Years 1989-2014' passes Creech St Michael on the 28th December 2017 while working the 2C75 11:59 Cardif Central - Taunton stopping service.
(Photo: Brian Garrett)

1st December 2017
GWR Class 150/2 No.150216 passes Cogload Junction on the 1st December 2017 working the 2C75 11:55 Cardiff Central - Taunton stopping service.
(Photo: Brian Garrett)

1st December 2017
GWR Class 150/1 No.150104 passes Cogload Junction on the 1st December 2017 while working the 1C45 13:19 Bristol Temple Meads - Exeter St Davids stopping service.
(Photo: Brian Garrett)

4th November 2017
GWR Class 150 No.150122 passes Creech St Michael operating the 2C73 11:00 Cardiff - Taunton stopping service
(Photo: Brian Garrett)

17th April 2017
GWR's latest 3-car Class 150/9 numbered No.150916 (52216 57212 57216) reversed in Taunton ready to work the 2U26 17:06 Taunton to Cardiff Central on the 17th April 2017. The rouge centre car No.57212 was previously sandwiched in 150926 which has now revered back to 150126.
(Photo: Nathan Williamson)

8th April 2017
GWR Class 150 No.150002 often operates between Cardiff and Taunton, on Saturday 8th April 2017 the newly refurbished unit passes Creech St Michael while working the 2C75 12:00 Cardiff Central to Taunton via Weston-super-Mare local stopping service.
(Photo: Brian Garrett)

2nd January 2011
Sunday 2nd January 2011, saw the West Somerset Railway celebrate the 40th Anniversary of the lines closure, when the last scheduled passenger and freight trains operated over the line on the 2nd January 1971. To coincide with with the achievements made since this date, the WSR operated a number of special workings during the day. A special charter service provided passengers with the chance to travel from Exeter to Minehead on board a First Great Western Class 150 DMU. First Great Western provided one of their 'local lines' Class 150 units as part of a charter train to allow passengers to travel from Exeter to Minehead and provide a modern day comparison to the final DMU service which operated on the 2nd January 1971. The Class 150's themselves are older than many would think, originally built between 1984 and 1987 by BREL. The Class 150 No.150234 had also received a full body and window wash prior to being used on the special charter. It's seen departing from Crowcombe Heathfield with the 2Z10 Exeter St Davids - Minehead service.
(Photo: Brian Garrett)

6th April 2010
The 16:00 Cardiff Central - Taunton First Great Western passes Banklands, near Taunton, on 6th April 2010, formed of Class 150/2 Sprinter No 150263.
(Photo: Brian Morrison)

29th March 2008
Shortly after transfer from Silverlink Trains (and still complete with its London Transport maps inside) First Great Western Class 150/1 No.150127 stands at Taunton on the 29th March 2008 having arrived from Bristol Parkway with a stopping service to Taunton.
(Photo: Brian Garrett)

The comparatively new Class 150 'sprinters' had only just arrived in the area in 1988/1989 to replace the aging BR Diesel Multiple Unit fleets. On 1988 Class 150/2 No.150276 passes Cogload Junction heading for Bristol Temple Meads.
(Photo: Taunton Trains Collection)

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