Pullman, All-steel 'K' Type Third Brake Parlour, Car No. 78 - Hornby
The late 1920s saw a new age of railway coach building, with new building practices and manufacturing techniques replacing the traditional approach of British railway companies. At a time when virtually all the railway companies were running wooden framed rolling stock constructed using traditional techniques, the Pullman Company were pushing ahead with sophisticated construction methods.
The carriage's number is 78
The carriage is fitted with subtly glowing table lamps and has extensive interior detail.
Length over buffers: 264mm.