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SECR continental coaches
Corridor 2nd class
Originally planned in 1913, but delayed by WW1, these large claches were eventually approved in 1919 and introduced in 1921.They had Pullman gangways, buckye couplings and retractable bufferes so they could e=run withPullman coaches. Brake coaches did not have a gang-way at brake ends.
More coaches were built by the Southern Railway, and the brake coaces had extra guards doors fitted, and during and after WW2 coaches were used in other trains, so an odd one in amongst other Southern coaches would not look out of place.
Finally withdrawn at the end of the 50s when the lines to the coast were electrified.
Requires chassis, bogies, wheels etc and finishing.