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SR standard gauge coaches 

Various SR built coaches

Description Model Scales
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Maunsell d2654 general saloon brake coach

20 of these were introduced in 1930s for Continental boat traffic, but could be found in other specialist trains. Useful as not allocated into sets. 

Requires bogies, wheels etc and finishing.
   
SR Maunsell Restaurant/diner coach

Originally introduced in 1927. Various interiors were fitted, all using same body shell. 
Diagrams 2650,2651,2655 and 2656 cover these. 
In 1947 some were modified with new interiors more suited to a buffet car, diagram 2659 . Diagram 2661 was a similar modification, and one of these was used in the Night Ferry train.

The last Maunsell restaurant coaches were withdrawn in 1963. 




Requires chassis and finishing
SR Maunsell D2666 Buffet Car
Originally introduced in 1927. Various interiors were fitted, all using same body shell. 

In 1953/4 more modifications were done, but this included alterations to body shell as well, diagram 2666. 
The last Maunsell restaurant coaches were withdrawn in 1963. 




Requires chassis and finishing
SR Maunsell Open Third Coach D2005

Introduced in 1930. Became the usual open diner coach attached to Maunsell Restaurant car. 
Some were converted into push pull trailer coaches in 1950s. 

Requires chassis and finishing

SR Bulleid Tavern Car and Composite Restaurant Car

Initial planning for new restaurant coaches started in 1946. A new design which finally appeared n 1949 after nationalisation.

Controversially designed to look like a traditional English pub, inside and outside, with fake brickwork and beams painted on.

Initially well received on Southern Region, on introduction to Eastern Region they received a lot of criticism, which then spread to the Southern Region, so the decision was taken to rebuild them to more traditional designs. In this form they continued in service into the 60s.

Each set of 2 coaches was made up of a tavern car and an open composite restaurant car. After rebuilding they became a kitchen/buffet coach and composite saloon coach.

Buffers were only on the outer ends of the pairs of coaches.

 

SR Bulleid Tavern car

(original condition) 

 

 

Requires chassis and finishing

 

SR Bulleid Composite Restaurant car

(original condition) 

 

 

Requires chassis and finishing

 

SR Bulleid kitchen/Buffet Car 

(rebuiltTavern car)

 

 

Requires chassis and finishing

 

SR Bulleid Saloon Car 

(rebuilt Tavern Restaurant car)

 

 

Requires chassis and finishing

 

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

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