Inpsired by 10183 Hobby Train & the works of Anthony Sava, these cars make up my first 8 wide railroad consist. LXF included.
About this creation
Built in 1940 - 47, the following coaches were the first 8 wide passenger train on the Brick Railway System. They were built to be hauled by a 2-8-4 Berkshire class locomotive, which will not be featured here.
The Baggage car was of European design, and features a small loading door along with passenger seating for 6 people.
The inside of the baggage car. Notice the connecting door between passenger & baggage areas.
The passenger car, usually one of four or five in a train.
These cars seat 14 people each, and use the open design: no comaprtments or dividers.
Observation cars are common on the Brick Railway System, however, as of 1947, rear platform cars were banned, as to the danger of falling from the platform at hight speed. Thus, this is the last type of platform observation car produced before the ban went into effect.
The car seats 14 people and has a covered balcony.
The whole train side by side, as in the LXF, which you can download below.