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105-S11.jpg (94422 bytes)

Bo-Bo single car - Stratclyde PTE Underground.

Cars 105 + 206 + 128 stand outside the repair shed at Broomloan deot, Glasgow on Sat 15th May 1999. These units exclusively work the circular Glasgow underground system and the only time they see daylight is when they return home to the depot after their duties have finished.

Photo and scan: Ross Aitken (aos@cableinet.co.uk)
Website: http://wkweb4.cableinet.co.uk/aos/photography



105-S12.jpg (98632 bytes)

Bo-Bo single car - Stratclyde PTE Underground.

Truck and shoegear configuration on Car 105 as it stands outside the repair shed at Broomloan deot, Glasgow on Sat 15th May 1999. These units, Built by Metro-Cammell between 1978-1979, are powered by two GEC G312AZ traction motors of 35.6kW.

Photo and scan: Ross Aitken (aos@cableinet.co.uk)
Website: http://wkweb4.cableinet.co.uk/aos/photography



112-S10.jpg (119597 bytes)

Bo-Bo single car - Stratclyde PTE Underground.

Car 113 undergoing repair at Broomloan deot, Glasgow on Sat 15th May 1999.

Photo and scan: Ross Aitken (aos@cableinet.co.uk)
Website: http://wkweb4.cableinet.co.uk/aos/photography



113interior-S8.jpg (97725 bytes)

Bo-Bo single car - Stratclyde PTE Underground.

Interior view of car 113 at Broomloan deot, Glasgow on Sat 15th May 1999. All motor coaches have a seating capacty of 36.

Photo and scan: Ross Aitken (aos@cableinet.co.uk)
Website: http://wkweb4.cableinet.co.uk/aos/photography



113interior-S9.jpg (99624 bytes)

Bo-Bo single car - Stratclyde PTE Underground.

Interior view of car 113 after having just passed through the washing plant at Broomloan deot, Glasgow on Sat 15th May 1999. All motor coaches have a seating capacty of 36.

Photo and scan: Ross Aitken (aos@cableinet.co.uk)
Website: http://wkweb4.cableinet.co.uk/aos/photography



Glasgow_Subway.jpg (150066 bytes)

Glasgow Subway - Great Britain
This is "Clockwork Orange", the circle line subway of Glasgow. It is one of the oldest in the world, and has a very narrow profile.
Glasgow, 11-09-2008

Digital photo by Marco van Uden



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Bo Battery Electric Loco - Strathclyde PTE Underground.

For engineering work on the Glasgow Underground system while the power is switched off, SPTE have a few battery electric loco's for hauling engineeers trains round the system. In this view, on of these loco's - L3 'Rank Bajin' - is seen inside the works shed at the SPTE underground depot at Broomloan, Glasgow on Sat 15th May 1999.
This loco, which was built in 1977 by Clayton Equipment, Hatton, is powered by 94 cell chloride lead acid batteries giving a nominal 188volts. Traction is by two Clayton M5 motors rated at 35.6kW each.

Photo and scan: Ross Aitken (aos@cableinet.co.uk)
Website: http://wkweb4.cableinet.co.uk/aos/photography



L3name-S6.jpg (77476 bytes)

Bo Battery Electric Loco - Strathclyde PTE Underground.

Cabside number & nameplate of L3 'Rank Bajin' as it stands inside the works shed at Broomloan depot, Glasgow on Saturday 15th May 1999.

Photo and scan: Ross Aitken (aos@cableinet.co.uk)
Website: http://wkweb4.cableinet.co.uk/aos/photography



glas.jpg (22879 bytes)

U-Bahn-Züge im Depot, Glasgow September 1982

Foto & Scan: Peter Berlich (peter@berlich.de)



glasgow1998_1.jpg (43797 bytes)

21 March 1998, Glasgow, Scotland
Glasgow Underground train in Hillhead station.

Photo (QT100 digital camera) by Klaus Föhl (kf@ph.ed.ac.uk)



glasgow1999_1.jpg (62241 bytes)

22 February 1999, Glasgow, Scotland
Glasgow Underground train in Hillhead station.

Photo and scan by Klaus Föhl (kf@ph.ed.ac.uk)



glasgow1999_2.jpg (64899 bytes)

22 February 1999, Glasgow, Scotland
Glasgow Underground train in Buchanan Street station. This car is featuring the vintage colour scheme of cream and red to commemorate the centennary of "Clockwork Orange".

Photo and scan by Klaus Föhl (kf@ph.ed.ac.uk)



glasgow1999_3.jpg (75840 bytes)

22 February 1999, Glasgow, Scotland
Buchanan Street station of the Glasgow Underground.

Photo and scan by Klaus Föhl (kf@ph.ed.ac.uk)



glasgow2001_g.jpg (126931 bytes)

18 April 2001, Buchanan Street, Glasgow, Scotland, UK
This old car is on display in the entrance of Buchanan Street. It may date from the time when cables provided traction for the underground trains. Today electrical trains run on the lines.

Digital photo by Klaus Föhl (kf@ph.ed.ac.uk)



glasgow2001_h.jpg (123011 bytes)

18 April 2001, Hillhead, Glasgow, Scotland, UK
Train in Hillhead station of Glasgow Underground. This station being close to Glasgow University is one of the busier ones and has separate platforms.

Digital photo by Klaus Föhl (kf@ph.ed.ac.uk)



glasgow2001_i.jpg (120481 bytes)

18 April 2001, Hillhead, Glasgow, Scotland, UK
Hillhead station of Glasgow Underground. This station being close to Glasgow University is one of the busier ones and has separate platforms.

Digital photo by Klaus Föhl (kf@ph.ed.ac.uk)



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18 April 2001, Hillhead, Glasgow, Scotland, UK
Train arriving in Hillhead station of Glasgow Underground. This train set on the Inner Circle features advertisement livery.

Digital photo by Klaus Föhl (kf@ph.ed.ac.uk)



glasgow2001_k.jpg (127518 bytes)

18 April 2001, Hillhead, Glasgow, Scotland, UK
Hillhead station of Glasgow Underground. This train set on the Inner Circle features advertisement livery.

Digital photo by Klaus Föhl (kf@ph.ed.ac.uk)



glasgow2001_l.jpg (120782 bytes)

18 April 2001, Hillhead, Glasgow, Scotland, UK
Hillhead station of Glasgow Underground. One can clearly see that the tunnels are built to a rather small loading gauge.

Digital photo by Klaus Föhl (kf@ph.ed.ac.uk)



glasgow2001_m.jpg (106114 bytes)

18 April 2001, Hillhead, Glasgow, Scotland, UK
Train on the Outer Circle arriving in Hillhead station. One can clearly see that the trains are built to a rather small loading gauge.

Digital photo by Klaus Föhl (kf@ph.ed.ac.uk)



glasgow2001_n.jpg (134868 bytes)

18 April 2001, Hillhead, Glasgow, Scotland, UK
Train on the Inner Circle in Hillhead station. One can clearly see that the trains are built to a rather small loading gauge.

Digital photo by Klaus Föhl (kf@ph.ed.ac.uk)



glasgow2001_o.jpg (111076 bytes)

18 April 2001, West Street, Glasgow, Scotland, UK
Looking in clockwise direction in West Street station.

Digital photo by Klaus Föhl (kf@ph.ed.ac.uk)



glasgow2001_p.jpg (112203 bytes)

18 April 2001, West Street, Glasgow, Scotland, UK
Looking in anticlockwise direction in West Street station.

Digital photo by Klaus Föhl (kf@ph.ed.ac.uk)



glasgow2001_q.jpg (117978 bytes)

18 April 2001, West Street, Glasgow, Scotland, UK
This train on the Outer Circle running clockwise is painted in the typical orange livery of the Glasgow Underground.

Digital photo by Klaus Föhl (kf@ph.ed.ac.uk)



glasgow2001_r.jpg (111275 bytes)

18 April 2001, West Street, Glasgow, Scotland, UK
This train on the Outer Circle running clockwise is painted in the typical orange livery of the Glasgow Underground.

Digital photo by Klaus Föhl (kf@ph.ed.ac.uk)



glasgow2001_s.jpg (124236 bytes)

18 April 2001, West Street, Glasgow, Scotland, UK
The train on the Outer Circle running clockwise is painted in the traditional cream and red livery commemorating 100 years of Underground in Glasgow.

Digital photo by Klaus Föhl (kf@ph.ed.ac.uk)



glasgow2001_t.jpg (118929 bytes)

18 April 2001, West Street, Glasgow, Scotland, UK
Two underground trains in West Street station. The train on the Outer Circle running clockwise is painted in the traditional cream and red livery commemorating 100 years of Underground in Glasgow.

Digital photo by Klaus Föhl (kf@ph.ed.ac.uk)



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