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3D printed in white nylon plastic with a matte finish and slight grainy feel.
Metropolitan Railway Jubilee coach
All 3rd class
Built for the Metropolitan Railway at the time of Queen Victoria's silver jubilee, to replace rigid 8 wheel coaches , which had been proving troublesome on the Circle line. Originally built with a short 14ft wheelbase, when additional coaches were built for the 'mainline', this had to be increased to improve ride quality.
They were run in close coupled sets.
Eventually these short coaches were replaced with longer bogie coaches, and many were sold to other railways.
The Mid Suffolk Railway,Nidd Valley Railway and WCPR bought some. Modifications to the coaches were made on both the Mid Suffolk and WCPR.
The coaches on the Mid Suffolk were replaced when theline was taken over by the LNER, the others lasted till those lines closed. One First class coach body survived on the WCPR and has been restored to near original condition with a new chassis.