The Flying Scotsman in BR Steam.

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The Flying Scotsman in BR Steam.

Post by karlrestall » Fri Apr 14, 2006 1:36 pm

Does anyone know the formation of The Flying Scotsman under BR's ownership? I guess that the RTS was taken out. The teak stock replaced with either BR MK1 stock or a mixture of pre nationalised stock in BR livery. Also I am guessing that the Ladies retiring room, hairdressing salon and cocktail bar were removed, as these were placed within the train as a publicity stunt by the LNER and now that BR had ownership of all Britain’s mainline there was no need to compete with other regions.

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Post by x568wcn » Fri Apr 14, 2006 1:51 pm

Actually, the Triplet set was used in BR Days, the same articals in Model Rail Mags March & April there is a photo of a triplet set (E1401-03E) taken at Doncaster Station 30th May 59, but it is darker colour (I wasn't born, and the photo is black and white!)
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