Southern Railway Vans
Most heritage railways in the U.K. use parcels and miscellaneous vans for storage purposes, and the Great Central Railway is no exception.
|Number & Name||Description||History & Current Status||Livery||Owner(s)||Date||Photograph|
|No. S1334||Bulleid PMVY||Grounded body used for storage at Loughborough Central.||N/A.||Private owner.||1939|
|No. S1375||Bulleid PMVY||Grounded body used for storage at Loughborough Central.||N/A.||Thomson B1 Locomotive Society.||1939|
|No. S1706S||Bulleid PMVY||Operational, used on the Permanent Way train.||SR Olive Green.||Private owner.||1943|
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