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Author Topic: Mk3 Buffet cars  (Read 373 times)

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Re: Mk3 Buffet cars
« Reply #15 on: February 14, 2018, 11:45:00 am »
now, i have had more time

to clarify,,,,

Anglia Railways was a train operating company owned by GB Railways and later FirstGroup, that operated the Anglia franchise from January 1997 until March 2004.

The InterCity Anglia franchise was awarded by the Director of Passenger Rail Franchising to GB Railways with the franchise commencing on 5 January 1997. June 1998, Anglia Railways unveiled a turquoise and white livery so the Mk1s were very 1980s / 1990 / 2 and inherited a fleet of Class 86s, Mark 2 carriages, Driving Brake Standard Opens, Class 150s and Class 153s from British Rail.

Prior to 1997 the trains were run by British Rail sectors of InterCity, Regional Railways and Network SouthEast. After March 2004 the trains were run by National Express East Anglia.


as for the mk1s

buffets

the 18xx RMBs were basically a TSO with a small counter, so had normal seats.
the 16xx, 17xx or 19xx RBRs had a kitchen, buffet and 23 loose chairs - these were often orange

during mid 1990's this ran with the mark 2e and mark 2f coaches hauled by 86/2 locos

hope sorts that




 

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