London, South Kensington
3 April 2005
A rake of four MR 12-wheel non-corridor clerestory roof coaches,
scratch built by D. Jenkinson and forming the original London-Manchester Express (c.1897) and comprising a 1st/brake, a 3rd/brake, a 1st dining car and a 3rd dining car (joined by a corridor), each with extensive body and chassis detailing and finished in MR passenger livery and lining of the period by L. Goddard.
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