London, South Kensington
3 April 2005
Three LMS twin bogie corridor coaches from the 'Royal Train',
scratch built by D. Jenkinson, comprising a 12-wheel dining car and two 8-wheel brake end/staff carriages, with some interior furnishing, all with body and chassis detailing and glazing, finished in special LMS 'Royal' livery by B. Badger.
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These vehicles form part of the LMS 'Royal Train' as at the accession of HM King George VI in 1937. The 'Royal' livery is the LNWR colours with more elaborate lining plus LMS insignia.
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