Carriages

No.NameWh.Ln.S.BrakesBuilderDateTypeNotes
1 Cote Coach Bogie 23' 20 Air WHR Ltd 1973 Observation and Brake end car with central glazed saloon; observation compartment is part-glazed. Based on modified Hudson chassis. Sold off.
2 V.O.R. Brake 4 wheel - - Air Midland Railway Carriage & Wagon Co. (Rebuilt GWR 1938) 1902 Brake Van Ex. Vale of Rheidol Railway, sold by British Rail 1968.
3 "Old Toastie" Bogie 16' 18 Air WHR Ltd 1980 Open toast rack, non-glazed, 3 compartments.

Based on Hudson chassis. Sold off

5 - Bogie 39' 44 - - 1913 - Chassis of Deutsche Reichsbahn bogie coach awaiting new body. No. 960 140 imported 1972. Sold Off
6 The Four Wheeler 4 wheel 16' 12 Air WHR Ltd 1995 ¹ - Converted from RNAD flat wagon No. 69
former no.6 - Bogie 16' 18 - WHR Ltd 1981 Semi-open toast rack, part-glazed, 3 compartments. Based on Hudson chassis. Sold off.
7 Eisteddfod coach Bogie 26' 32 Air WHR Ltd 1987 Saloon, central corridor, fully glazed. Based on modified Hudson chassis.
8 (later 29) Gladstone Car Bogie 26' 24 Air & through vacuum pipe Metropolitan Carriage & Wagon Co. 1891 Central glazed saloon, open balcony at either end. Ex North Wales Narrow Gauge Railways. Recovered in 1988. Currently being restored to nearer original status.
9
(later 25)
Ashbury corridor (replica) Bogie 30' 33 Air WHR Ltd and Magnay & Yates Ltd 2007/10 Saloon fully-glazed, centre corridor. The original 1893 Ashbury carriage No.25 had been scrapped in 1942. This replica entered service in spring 2010.
10 (later 23) Buffet Car Bogie 30' 33 Air, converted to vacuum Ashbury Rly Carriage & Iron Co. 1893 Saloon fully-glazed, centre corridor. Ex North Wales Narrow Gauge Railways. Modified to form Buffet Car in 1927. Recovered in 1987. Restored, entered service in spring 2009.
11 Summer Car Bogie 30' 33 Air, converted to vacuum Ashbury Rly Carriage & Iron Co. 1894 Seven 3rd Class compartments semi-glazed. Ex North Wales Narrow Gauge Railways. Restored by FR at Boston Lodge.
42 Tourist Toastrack Bogie 24 Air Hudson 1923 Open tourist 'toast-rack' One of six original toast-racks used on both WHR and FR. Now undergoing restoration.

Wh. = Wheel arrangement; Ln. = Length; S. = Seats

¹ date of conversion from flat wagon.

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