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LMS coach no.6204 converted to an ambulance train car, 1939
LMS coach no.6204 converted to an ambulance train car, 1939
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No.4083 Brake Corridor Third Carriage
No.4083 Brake Corridor Third Carriage
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Guard's Compartment of Brake Corridor Third Carriage, 1936
Guard's Compartment of Brake Corridor Third Carriage, 1936
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No.4120 Brake Corridor Third Carriage, 1936
No.4120 Brake Corridor Third Carriage, 1936
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No.4073 Brake Corridor Third Carriage, 1936
No.4073 Brake Corridor Third Carriage, 1936
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No.1080 Corridor Carriage, Third Class
No.1080 Corridor Carriage, Third Class
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No.1080 Corridor Carriage, Third Class, 1938
No.1080 Corridor Carriage, Third Class, 1938
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No. 1139 Corridor Carriage, Third Class
No. 1139 Corridor Carriage, Third Class
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LMS coach no.6204 converted to an ambulance train car, 1939 Featured Image

LMS coach no.6204 converted to an ambulance train car, 1939

This official photograph of an ambulance train car was taken on behalf of the Swindon Works Drawing Office in October 1939. This is one of 16 LMS 57ft corridor third class coaches that were converted at Swindon during late 1939 for use in ambulance trains both at home and overseas. Car no. 6204, featured in this image, was converted into an administrative car that formed part of an ambulance train for use on Britain's railways. The administrative car was comprehensively fitted out with a sick officers compartment, kit store, pharmacy compartment, office and medical store. The exterior of the car was painted khaki with a white and red cross in the centre of the body on each side, and it is interesting to note that blackout precautions were taken into account during the conversion of the vehicles with all the external windows of the carriage painted black