London, South Kensington
7 June 2001
A rake of four 7mm finescale LNWR 57ft low eliptical roof twin bogie corridor coaches of circa 1906/7
built and painted by K. Woodhead including a four compartment second brake (LNWR diagram 313); a seven compartment third (diagram 264); a four compartment brake first (diagram 126); and a six compartment tri-composite brake (double ended style) (diagram 208), all with fully detailed interiors, bodies and chassis and fully glazed, finished in LNWR passenger livery and lining.
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