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Mersey Railway Railway EMUs

In 1903 24 motor cars and 33 trailers were provided by Westinghouse to run on the Mersey Railway. The stock was of an American design, with a clerestory roof and open gated ends. Unheated accommodation was in saloons and the wooden bodies were British built, and the bogies had been made by Baldwin .

The open ends were then modified, and driving compartments were built at one end of trailer coaches. In this form some survived till the 1950s when they were replaced by BR built versions of the LMS class 50s EMUs. 

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Mersey Railway 1903 motor coach

Requires chassis

Mersey Railway 1903 trailer coach

Requires chassis


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