London, South Kensington
3 April 2005
A rake of five 12-wheel twin bogie WCJS corridor coaches,
scratch built by D. Jenkinson, forming part of the 2pm Euston to Aberdeen Express of circa 1908 and representing the Glasgow and Aberdeen portions, with some interior seating and all with external details including raised panelling, glazing, brass furnishings, detailed bogies and chassis. Vehicles are a 1st/3rd/luggage, a 3rd/luggage, a 3rd/brake, a clerestory dining car and a 1st/3rd/side corridor, all finished in finely lined WCJS livery by L. Goddard.
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These carriages returned independently to London from the matching three car Edinburgh portion, but all eight vehicles were marshalled together on the northbound trip departing from Euston at 2pm.
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