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Bulleid coaches

photograph by Colin Duff

1464 Interior
 
Above and below:
Two interior views of open third 1464 (diag 2017) taken on the Bluebell Railway 26th October 2002. Built in 1950, 1464 was always a "loose" vehicle used to lengthen trains or form special trains. As such it remained in service until the end of steam-hauled stock in 1968 when it was bought by the Merchant Navy Preservation Society in 1969 or 70. Moved to the Bluebell on 12 May 1978, it received an overhaul before entering traffic there in May 1986. Note the net luggage hammocks.
 
1464 Interior

photograph by Colin Duff

 
Interior view of the saloon of semi open third brake 4279 of 1949 (diag 2125) taken on the Bluebell Railway, 26 October 2002.

photograph by Colin Duff

4279
 
2515 Saloon Another seat material! The saloon section of Bulleid Semi-Open Brake Third 2515 photographed on 3 July 2003.

photograph by Peter Richards

 
One of the two compartments in Semi-Open Brake Third 2515 showing the distinctive seating material.

photograph by Peter Richards

2515 
Compartments
 
Seat cloth Close-up of the seat cloth in the above photograph.

photograph by Peter Richards

 
Another pattern of seat cloth as used in Open Third 1464.

photograph by Peter Richards

Seat Cloth

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