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The London, Midland & Scottish Railway operated the largest fleet of passenger rated railway vehicles in Great Britain. Although it inherited many fine coaches from its constituents in 1923, it soon embarked on a massive standardization and replacement programme. This is the second of a three-volume set which illustrates and describes every type of vehicle introduced by the LMS to its standard designs, of which there were a large number of different types for the heavy and varied traffic conveyed by the railway. The vehicles covered in this volume include sleeping cars, dining, kitchen and buffet cars, side corridor coaches and vestibule coaches. This is a considerably enlarged revision of an earlier, single volume work on LMS coaches by the same authors that has been long out-of-print and much sought after by railway enthusiasts and modellers. More than 120 official diagams covering every type of general service gangwayed vehicle built for the LMS, most of which are reproduced in 4mm to 1ft scale (for 00 gauge). All coach numbers and renumberings are detailed.
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