Model Details

Clerestory Coach - Brake 3rd

U.K.

Clerestory Coach - Brake 3rd

Years Released: 1973 (Model Year pages)
Model released for 1 year.

Model: Clerestory Coach - Brake 3rd
Running Number: None
Category: Passenger Rolling Stock
Passenger Rolling Stock
Model Information: Not available separately, available in set only.
Models Produced: ---
Logo & Box Style:

1973

1973
Company: B.R. - British Railways
Logo: B.R. Late Crest
Logo Years: 1956 - 1967
British Railways
Livery: B.R. Red
B.R. Red
Livery Details: Red with yellow lining.
Company Information: British Railways came into existence in 1948 when the dominating four British railway companies amalgamated. Steam traction on British Railways ended in 1968 and the system was re-branded as British Rail.

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Previous: 3598 - November 2023
Movement: (-203)

Model Year Details (1)

YEAR CAT MODEL
1973 R.761 1973
Clerestory Coach - Brake 3rd

Train Sets Included In (2)

YEARS TRAIN SET
1973 Local Passenger Set

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R.761 - Clerestory Coach - Brake 3rd - 1973
R.761 Clerestory Coach - Brake 3rd - 1973


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