LYRD094: LYR diagram 94 non-corridor brake third

£51.00 (Price excluding VAT £42.50)

Built from 1906 these semi-elliptical roof carriages were some of the finest around in the country on introduction. They were intended to be used for high density services and were designed to use the available loading gauge to the utmost. Typically they were in sets of three, a lavatory composite flanked by a third brake. In consequence they are often referred as LBLs (Leeds Bradford Liverpool) sets.

Manufacturer: 51L
Railway Company: BR, L&YR, LMS
Scale: 4mm - 00, EM, P4 etc.

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Description

Built from 1906 these semi-elliptical roof carriages were some of the finest around in the country on introduction. They were intended to be used for high density services and were designed to use the available loading gauge to the utmost. Typically they were in sets of three, a lavatory composite flanked by a third brake. In consequence they are often referred as LBLs (Leeds Bradford Liverpool) sets.