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Class 507, 507028 at Hillside.7 viewsClass 507, 507028 draws to a halt at Hillside. whilst working from Southport to Hunts Cross on a hot & sunny afternoon in July 1995. The unit is carrying Merseyrail yellow livery with a black stripe and branded Regional Railways.
Class 503 M28687M at Duke St Wharf Birkenhead.3 viewsWithdrawn from service, Class 503 M28687M has suffered some vandalism whilst awaiting scrapping at Duke Street Wharf in Birkenhead Docks on the 9th July 1984. Driving Motor Open Second M28687M was built by Metro-Cammell at Birmingham in 1938.
508115 at Walton.2 viewsFramed by the attractive footbridge at Walton, 508115 calls with an Ormskirk to Liverpool Central service on February 2nd 2013.
507002 at Bidston.1 views507002 calls at Bidston with a Liverpool Central to West Kirby service on March 30th 2013. 507002 carries a promotional livery for Liverpool Hope University.

508111 at Kirkdale.1 viewsCarrying an advertising livery for the Beatles Story attraction at the Albert Dock, 508111 draws to a halt at Kirkdale whilst working from Liverpool Central to Ormskirk on June 8th 2013.
507003 approaches Ainsdale.2 viewsOn the day of the Winter Solstice, low afternoon sunlight illuminates the side of 507003 as it approaches Kenilworth Road bridge at Ainsdale whilst working from Hunts Cross to Southport on December 21st 2013.
507012 arrives at Formby.0 viewsHaving run the short distance from its last stop at Freshfield, 507012 arrives at Formby with a Southport to Hunts Cross service on January 19th 2014.
507017 at Old Roan.0 viewsin its newly applied Merseyrail promotional livery, 507017 crosses Copy Lane as it arrives at Old Roan on February 22nd 2014.

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Merseyrail Electric - New Book - Out Now!0 viewsPublished by Fonthill Media, ISBN Number 978-1-78155-513-2.
96 Pages with detailed introduction, colour illustrations throughout, includes a route map and fleet list.
Features Class 502's, 503's and the 507/508 fleet in various liveries. Includes some of the Class 73's and other locos that have worked on the system.
May 08, 2016
507001 departs from Hooton.2 views507001 accelerates a Chester to Liverpool Central to Chester service away from Hooton on April 26th 2014. The pioneer Class 507, 507001 was built at the now-closed BREL York in 1978.Apr 28, 2014
507030 approaches Hooton.0 views507030 approaches Hooton with a Liverpool Central to Chester service on April 26th 2014.Apr 28, 2014
508103 departs from Hooton.0 viewsHaving called at Hooton, 508103 accelerates away from Hooton with an Ellesmere Port to Liverpool Central service on April 26th 2014. The next call will be at Eastham Rake.Apr 28, 2014

508110 arrives at Hooton.0 viewsAs very heavy rain looms over Liverpool in the distance, 508110 approaches Hooton with a Liverpool Central to Ellesmere Port service on April 26th 2014.Apr 28, 2014
507026 & 507030 at Hooton.0 views507026 awaits departure from Hooton with a service to Chester, whilst 507030 gets underway with an Ellesmere Port to Liverpool Central service on April 26th 2014. Merseytravel has invested in modernising the facilities here, but the original station building has been retained. Apr 28, 2014
507026 arrives at Hooton.0 views507026 prepares to call at Hooton with a Liverpool Central to Chester service on April 26th 2014. This was once a four track LMS/GWR joint line from Liverpool/Birkenhead to Chester. To the right of the electrified lines, a portion of the old main line has been retained for run-round purposes for loco-hauled trains. In recent years Hooton has been a start point for excursion trains, being served with frequent electric services, but also equipped with a large park & ride parking area.Apr 28, 2014
507014 departs from Rock Ferry.0 viewsHaving called at Rock Ferry, 507014 gets underway with a Liverpool Central to Elllesmere Port service on April 26th 2014. The track on the left is the mothballed connection to the former MD&HB system on Birkenhead Docks. The track north of Rock Ferry is heavily overgrown. It is hard to imagine now how busy this LMS/GWR joint line must have been in the past, with freight to and from the docks, plus passenger services from the terminus at Birkenhead Woodside that once had through workings to London PaddingtonApr 28, 2014

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