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    I know that some of the early DMUs that arrived in Liverpool Exchange in the late 1950s were TOPS Class 110 but I have seen a photo of a DMU at Kirkdale that is not a Class 110. Does anyone know what other DMUs were used on services into Exchange from the 1950s until the station closed?

    Thanks for any help with this.


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    Its hard to tell without seeing the photo, but 108 & 101 units operated on Merseyside, also the odd unit from other regions occasionally made rare appearances
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    a picture from disused stations from 1975, hope it helps

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    Just caught up with this thread, pic above is a Class 108. Class 105 Cravens units also apperared.

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