A range of new and highly detailed models of the coaches forming the LMS Coronation Scot train built in 1937.
This model is diagram D1905 BTK third class side corridor brake end coach 5792 finished in Coronation Scot blue livery.
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A range of new and highly detailed models of the coaches forming the LMS Coronation Scot train built in 1937.
This model is diagram D1961 BFK first class side corridor brake end coach 5053 finished in Coronation Scot blue livery.
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A range of new and highly detailed models of the coaches forming the LMS Coronation Scot train built in 1937.
This model is diagram D1960 first class side corridor coach 1070, specially built for the Coronation Scot trains and finished in blue livery.
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A range of new and highly detailed models of the coaches forming the LMS Coronation Scot train built in 1937.
This model is diagram D1912 full kitchen car (RK) 30085, one of the kitchen cars specially built to provide at-seat meal service and finished in Coronation Scot blue livery.
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A range of new and highly detailed models of the coaches forming the LMS Coronation Scot train built in 1937.
This model is diagram D1912 full kitchen car (RK) 30089, one of the kitchen cars specially built to provide at-seat meal service and finished in Coronation Scot blue livery.
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A range of new and highly detailed models of the coaches forming the LMS Coronation Scot train built in 1937.
This model is diagram D1902 Restaurant First class Open (RTO) coach 7508, the open plan seating first class coaches built for the Coronation Scot train to permit at-seat meals service to be provided. Finished in Coronation Scot blue livery.
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A range of new and highly detailed models of the coaches forming the LMS Coronation Scot train built in 1937.
This model is diagram D1981 Restaurant Third class Open (RTO) coach 9003, the open plan seating third class coaches provided for the Coronation Scot train to permit at-seat meals service to be provided. Finished in Coronation Scot blue livery.
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A range of new and highly detailed models of the coaches forming the LMS Coronation Scot train built in 1937.
This model is diagram D1981 Restaurant Third class Open (RTO) coach 9004, the open plan seating third class coaches provided for the Coronation Scot train to permit at-seat meals service to be provided. Finished in Coronation Scot blue livery.
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A range of new and highly detailed models of the coaches forming the LMS Coronation Scot train built in 1937.
This model is diagram D1981 Restaurant Third class Open (RTO) coach 9006, the open plan seating third class coaches provided for the Coronation Scot train to permit at-seat meals service to be provided. Finished in Coronation Scot blue livery.
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Maunsell's diagram 2652 Third Class Dining Saloons were built in 1927 to provide an area for Third Class passengers to make use of the kitchen services provided in First Class Dining Coaches, each coach accommodating 64 diners and two toilets located at the end of the Coach.
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Maunsell's diagram 2652 Third Class Dining Saloons were built in 1927 to provide an area for Third Class passengers to make use of the kitchen services provided in First Class kitchen/dining coaches. The exterior of the coaches utilised the 'low-window' Maunsell styling, with ventilators above the windows and doors at each end which were gently recessed to accommodate their grab handles within gauging limits. Inside, each coach could accommodate sixty-four diners and two toilets were located at the end of the coach furthest away from the kitchen/dining First Coach.
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One of the most novel features of the 'Coronation' was the inclusion of a specially built streamlined observation car, often affectionately named the 'beaver tail' observation car. Two were built, with one being used for the up service and the other for the down service. Passengers couldn't reserve a seat in the observation car, instead a fee was charged for the use of the carriage by the hour. In reality the streamlined shape of the roof severely limited the views out the back of the carriage. In 1959, long after the 'Coronation' service had ceased, British Railways rebuilt the observation cars with a new un-streamlined end which featured much larger windows and a new seating arrangement to significantly improve the view with the cars being used on the famously picturesque west highlands line.
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This 6 Wheeled Coach is a representation of the many which served on the London and South Western Railway (LSWR) in the late 19th and early 20th century.

Small coaches such as this 6 Wheeled Coach proved especially good at branch line work, where their small size was more acceptable to lower passenger numbers, and enabled the traversing of tight radius curves and hauled by smaller engines.

This LSWR coach is modelled as having step boards to enable access at stations with low platforms and oil lamp lighting.

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This 6 Wheeled Coach is a representation of the many which served on the London and South Western Railway (LSWR) in the late 19th and early 20th century.

Small coaches such as this 6 Wheeled Coach proved especially good at branch line work, where their small size was more acceptable to lower passenger numbers, and enabled the traversing of tight radius curves and hauled by smaller engines.

This LSWR coach is modelled as having step boards to enable access at stations with low platforms and oil lamp lighting.

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This 6 Wheeled Coach is a representation of the many which served on the London and South Western Railway (LSWR) in the late 19th and early 20th century.

Small coaches such as this 6 Wheeled Coach proved especially good at branch line work, where their small size was more acceptable to lower passenger numbers, and enabled the traversing of tight radius curves and hauled by smaller engines.

This LSWR coach is modelled as having step boards to enable access at stations with low platforms and oil lamp lighting.

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Brake Baggage Coaches combined the installation of a brake with the ability to move luggage as well. This LSWR model features the addition of oil lamps and step boards, lamps easing visibility and the step board designed to enable access at stations with low platforms.

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Coaches such as these were vital to the trains of the GWR, more compact than their 4 wheeled cousins and almost tender size. Brake Baggage Coaches combined the installation of a brake with the ability to move luggage as well, giving a variety of uses and versatility to the GWR trains.
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Royal trains have always been a consideration of railway operators, and this included in the early days of the railways. One of the first royal coaches dates back to 1842, and still exists to this day. In 1840, the widow of King William IV became the first member of the British Royal Family to travel by train, and with the decision that this may become a regular occurrence, a special coach was built for her travel two years later.

Queen Adelaide, the aunt of Queen Victoria, would receive this coach in the same year that Queen Victoria would take her first journey by rail, becoming the first British monarch to do so. Queen Adelaide's Saloon, coach number 2, was constructed at Euston works who built the underframe and then combined it with a body built by a coach builder, also based in London. The coach built nature of this saloon led to it resembling a horse drawn carriage of the time. The coach was built by the London and Birmingham Railway.

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This highly detailed coach and carriage pack is the perfect addition to the new Hornby L&MR 1930 Centenary Train Pack. The pack includes the 1st Class coach, ‘Huskisson’ and two 3rd Class Carriages. Together with the L&MR 1930 Centenary Train Pack, it recreates the celebratory train to provide remarkable additions for Era 1 model railways.
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Pack of three Liverpool & Manchester Railway passenger coaches comprising first class coach Times and two third class coaches.
Early coaches were a far cry from what we have come to expect in the modern era. Third Class coaches resembled little more than open wagons with a few internal walls to create some semblance of compartments. These coaches would not have seats with passengers standing for the entirety of their journeys. Painted blue, these coaches would be the used considerably more than first class coaches.
The First Class passengers, as you may expect, were treated considerably better than those in Third Class. Passengers would be treated to padded bench seats in each compartment and a roof over their heads, something Third Class coaches lacked. Each First Class coach would be painted in a similar yellow to 'Rocket', each would be named as a means of identification.

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With stylings rooted in the rolling stock of the large constituent GNR, many LNER coaches were made from panelled teak giving the coaches a unique appearance. Unlike other coach designs of the same era the LNER did not paint their coaches choosing instead to simply apply wax varnish to the exterior and interior wood resulting in the rich natural tones of the wood shining under any light.

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With stylings rooted in the rolling stock of the large constituent GNR, many LNER coaches were made from panelled teak giving the coaches a unique appearance. Unlike other coach designs of the same era the LNER did not paint their coaches choosing instead to simply apply wax varnish to the exterior and interior wood resulting in the rich natural tones of the wood shining under any light.
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With stylings rooted in the rolling stock of the large constituent GNR, many LNER coaches were made from panelled teak giving the coaches a unique appearance. Unlike other coach designs of the same era the LNER did not paint their coaches choosing instead to simply apply wax varnish to the exterior and interior wood resulting in the rich natural tones of the wood shining under any light.

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With stylings rooted in the rolling stock of the large constituent GNR, many LNER coaches were made from panelled teak giving the coaches a unique appearance. Unlike other coach designs of the same era the LNER did not paint their coaches choosing instead to simply apply wax varnish to the exterior and interior wood resulting in the rich natural tones of the wood shining under any light.

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With stylings rooted in the rolling stock of the large constituent GNR, many LNER coaches were made from panelled teak giving the coaches a unique appearance. Unlike other coach designs of the same era the LNER did not paint their coaches choosing instead to simply apply wax varnish to the exterior and interior wood resulting in the rich natural tones of the wood shining under any light.
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