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LSWR standard gauge coaches 

Various lswr built and rebuilt coaches

Description Model Scales
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LSWR Royal Saloon carriage no 17 

Built with Arc roof, rebuilt as Royal Saloon with Clerestory, and then rebuilt as Picnic Saloon and run in this form from 1913 till 1931, then formed part of a bungalow at Chiltington.
Fully restored as part of Ch 4 TV program.

Requires chassis, bogies etc.
   
LSWR dining saloon coach diag 1319

Introduced in 1907. Rebuilt without clerestory roofs in 1930s by SR. Some converted into ambulance coaches during WW2. One of these ended up as a camping coach. Others ended up in departmental military service, and 2 are currently awaiting restoration. 



Requires chassis and finishing
LSWR dining saloon coach diag 1869

Introduced in 1907.Early versions had small windows, this batch had larger windows.

Rebuilt without clerestory roofs in 1930s by SR. Some converted into ambulance coaches during WW2. One of these ended up as a camping coach. Others ended up in departmental military service, and 2 are currently awaiting restoration. 



Requires chassis and finishing

LSWR dining saloon coach diag 1319

SR converted nos 71,73,74,75

 Introduced in 1907.Early versions had small windows, last batch had larger windows. 

 Rebuilt without clerestory roofs in 1930s by SR. Some converted into ambulance coaches during WW2. One of these ended up as a camping coach. Others ended up in departmental military service, and 2 are currently awaiting restoration. 

Drawings don't show roof vent positions, so not included in design. 

Requires chassis and finishing

 

 

LSWR dining saloon coach diag 1869

SR converted

 Introduced in 1907.Early versions had small windows, last batch had larger windows. 

 Rebuilt without clerestory roofs in 1930s by SR. Some converted into ambulance coaches during WW2. One of these ended up as a camping coach. Others ended up in departmental military service, and 2 are currently awaiting restoration. 

Drawings don't show roof vent positions, so not included in design.   

 

LSWR SR Unclassified Saloon coach converted from Diag 1319

SR converted nos 59-70 ,72 and 76 to Nondescript(ie unclassified) Saloons

Introduced in 1907.Early versions had small windows, this batch had larger windows.

 Rebuilt without clerestory roofs in 1930s by SR. Some converted into ambulance coaches during WW2. One of these ended up as a camping coach. Others ended up in departmental military service, and 2 are currently awaiting restoration. 

Drawings don't show roof vent positions,so not included in design. 

Requires chassis and finishing

 

Ex LSWR dining saloon coach diag 1319 no 66

SR converted to Royal Navy Ambulance coach in 1943

Originally introduced in 1907.Early versions had small windows, this batch had larger windows.

 Rebuilt without clerestory roofs in 1930s by SR. Some converted into ambulance coaches during WW2. One of these ended up as a camping coach. Others ended up in departmental military service, and 2 are currently awaiting restoration.

This coach ended up as a camping coach

 Requires chassis and finishing

 

Pictures are just for reference, not of specific scaled model. 

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All 3D printed designs by Simon Dawson (Rue d'Étropal) , currently produced to order by Shapeways. Just follow links to Shapeways pages.

 

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