Carriage 105 is a third class saloon with toilet from the Centenary stock series built in 1965/67 by FR Co. at Boston Lodge and was originally allocated the number 25 but renumbered to 105 prior to completion. Also had a lavatory boat style - in that it did not empty onto the track but was emptied at Harbour Station fitted when new at the bottom end of the vehicle. The capacity in this configuration was 16 x 3rd / 4 x 1st / 10 x 3rd / Toilet. The lavatory was removed in 1988 in preparation for the entry into traffic of Carriage 111 which included a lavatory. The split windows on the engine side (Fireman's Side) show the evidence of the previous lavatory location. During this period the passenger configuration was 16 x 3rd / 4 x 1st / 16 x 3rd. It was withdrawn from service in 2004 for a rebuild, which included fitting a lavatory of the new gravity discharge design in place of the First Class compartment. As the toilet compartment is smaller than the previous First Class compartment, a wheelchair space with tip up seats has been created on the up side of the toilet. Note that the 'Toilet' sign is the original from when it had its toilet previously. The re installation of the toilet allows a proper 'Barn' train to run with carriages 102 & 104 During High Summer 2006, 105 was formed into A-set, giving a five car barn corridor set topped with Carriage 118 which was to be replaced with Carriage 104 to give a six car all Barn Corridor A-set during the autumn of 2006. This model is 1:76/009 scale and fits The Peco Lynton & Barnstaple Coach Bogies (pair). Complete with wheels and couplings. and can negotiate tight radius curves up to 12 inches. The model also requires painting, window glazing and your spare time to complete.