LNER Triplet Restaurant Car set on John Ryan's superb layout. All photos by Tony Wright.
Although this pre-dates the LNER it has a teak-effect livery so is included here. The correct running number was 23591 at the time of Mallard’s record run on the 3rd July 1938 and photos show that it was fully lined in LNER service. As preserved in the NRM this coach has the number 902502 but Isinglass clearly states that it did not receive this number until becoming Departmental stock circa 1946.
Note : These are only sample model trains and many corrections and upgrades will be included in the production model trains.
Coronation Beaver Tail Observation Car in LNER blue
Beaver Tail Observation Car in BR red and cream
The LNER Dynamometer Car 1938 condition fully lined as used on Mallard’s World Speed Record run
The LNER Dynamometer Car 1946 conditions as preserved in the National Railway Museum (NRM), York
Coronation Brake Third/Kitchen Twin
Coronation Open Third/Kitchen Twin
Coronation Open Third/Brake Third Twin
The Flying Scotsman Brake 3rd Coach in LNER Teak
The Flying Scotsman Buffet Car in LNER Teak
The Flying Scotsman 1st Coach in LNER Teak
The Flying Scotsman Composite Locker Coach in LNER Teak
The Flying Scotsman Corridor Third coach in LNER teak
The Flying Scotsman Full Brake coach in LNER teak
The Flying Scotsman Corridor First / Third coach in LNER teak
The Flying Scotsman Triplet Restaurant Car set in LNER teak
West Riding Limited Kitchen Twin
Rebuilt Observation Car
The Silver Jubilee Restaurant First / Kitchen / Restaurant Third Triplet
The Silver Jubilee Third / Brake Third Triplet for 8 car set
The Silver Jubilee Brake First / Semi Open First Twin
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