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Passenger Coaches Photo Mug Collection

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23 Photo Mugs

Passenger Coaches Photo Mug Collection: Other Coaches

Other Coaches Collection
2 Photo Mugs

Passenger Coaches Photo Mug Collection: Camp Coaches

Camp Coaches Collection
8 Photo Mugs

Passenger Coaches Photo Mug Collection: Sleepers and Saloons

Sleepers and Saloons Collection
7 Photo Mugs

Passenger Coaches Photo Mug Collection: First Class Carriages

First Class Carriages Collection
6 Photo Mugs

Passenger Coaches Photo Mug Collection: Third Class Carriages

Third Class Carriages Collection
10 Photo Mugs

Passenger Coaches Photo Mug Collection: Passenger Brake and Composite Brake Vans

Passenger Brake and Composite Brake Vans Collection
63 Photo Mugs

Passenger Coaches Photo Mug Collection: Buffet and Restaurant Cars

Buffet and Restaurant Cars Collection
23 Photo Mugs

Background imagePassenger Coaches Photo Mug Collection: Bomb damage to Foxs Wood Tunnel, Bristol, 1941

Bomb damage to Foxs Wood Tunnel, Bristol, 1941
A rather forlorn looking carriage can be seen here at the entrance to No.2 Tunnel at Foxs Wood near Bristol in 1941. A bomb had hit the tunnel mouth and ricocheted into the carriage

Background imagePassenger Coaches Photo Mug Collection: No. 1080 Corridor Carriage, Third Class

No. 1080 Corridor Carriage, Third Class
This image shows an interior view of a compartment in third class corridor carriage No. 1080, built in 1938 to diagram C77

Background imagePassenger Coaches Photo Mug Collection: Carriage No. 4329 from US General Dwight D. Eisenhowers Alive train in 1942

Carriage No. 4329 from US General Dwight D. Eisenhowers Alive train in 1942
One of the most important areas in which the GWR was asked to support both the war effort and the US army was in the provision of what was codenamed the Alive train which was to be used by the US

Background imagePassenger Coaches Photo Mug Collection: Composite Diner Restaurant Car, No. 9562

Composite Diner Restaurant Car, No. 9562
An official company image of Composite Diner Restaurant Car, No. 9562. Built in 1924. With a destination board for Paddington, Newport, Cardiff and Swansea on the roof

Background imagePassenger Coaches Photo Mug Collection: Exterior view of Third Class Centenary stock carriage No. 4584

Exterior view of Third Class Centenary stock carriage No. 4584
Third Class Centenary stock passenger carriage, no. 4584. Built in July 1935. With a destination board for Paddington, Bristol and Taunton on the roof

Background imagePassenger Coaches Photo Mug Collection: Exterior view of passenger carriage No. 8013

Exterior view of passenger carriage No. 8013
A view of First Class passenger carriage No. 8013, built in October 1925. The destination board for Paddington, Gloucester and Cheltenham Spa is on the roof

Background imagePassenger Coaches Photo Mug Collection: No. 7069 Double Slip Composite Carriage, 1938

No. 7069 Double Slip Composite Carriage, 1938
This photograph shows double slip composite carriage no.7069. It was built in 1938 to diagram F24, and shows the guard compartment at the near end

Background imagePassenger Coaches Photo Mug Collection: No. 7071 Double Slip Composite Carriage, 1938

No. 7071 Double Slip Composite Carriage, 1938
This official elevation image shows double slip composite carriage no.7071. It was built in 1938 to diagram F24

Background imagePassenger Coaches Photo Mug Collection: No. 6111 Corridor Composite Carriage, 1937

No. 6111 Corridor Composite Carriage, 1937
This official elevation image shows corridor composite carriage no.6111. It was built in 1937 to diagram E155, and has the GWR coat of arms as part of its livery

Background imagePassenger Coaches Photo Mug Collection: No. 6059 Corridor Composite Carriage, 1937

No. 6059 Corridor Composite Carriage, 1937
This official elevation image shows corridor composite carriage no.6059. It was built in 1937 to diagram E155, and has the GWR roundel as part of its livery

Background imagePassenger Coaches Photo Mug Collection: No. 6109 Corridor Composite Carriage, 1937

No. 6109 Corridor Composite Carriage, 1937
This photograph shows corridor composite carriage no.6109. It was built in 1937 to diagram E155. The plate above the windows indicates that this carriage was used on the line between Paddington

Background imagePassenger Coaches Photo Mug Collection: No. 1080 Corridor Carriage, Third Class, 1938

No. 1080 Corridor Carriage, Third Class, 1938
An official exterior elevation image of third class corridor carriage No.1080, built in 1938 to diagram C77 and bearing the GWR roundel

Background imagePassenger Coaches Photo Mug Collection: No. 1139 Corridor Carriage, Third Class

No. 1139 Corridor Carriage, Third Class
This image shows an exterior view of third class corridor carriage No. 1139, built in 1938 to diagram C77

Background imagePassenger Coaches Photo Mug Collection: Brake Third Carriage compartment, 1933

Brake Third Carriage compartment, 1933
Interior of a third class carriage compartment. This compartment was off of a corridor. Access was via a sliding door. This carriage was built in October 1933 to diagram D116

Background imagePassenger Coaches Photo Mug Collection: Third class corridor carriage, 1935

Third class corridor carriage, 1935
View down the corridor of a carriage built in 1935. The compartments were accessed off of the corridor with sliding doors. The sign on the window indicates that smoking was allowed

Background imagePassenger Coaches Photo Mug Collection: Passengers at Paddington Station in 1943

Passengers at Paddington Station in 1943
A busy view of Paddington Station from August Bank Holiday 1943. The scene looks relatively dark, with only a few beams of sunlight coming through the roof


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