№ M3919 is a BR Mk 1 Tourist Second Open (TSO) coach which was built at Eastleigh Works and originally numbered № S3919.
Southern Region rebogied this coach with Commonwealth bogies and also fitted Air brakes.
The coach was authorised to be a Class 90 Driver Training Train Coach numbered as DB977624, but the conversion was cancelled.
Purchased from Etches Park, Derby, № M3919 passed into preservation during 1990.
Interestingly the numerically adjacent coach, №3918 can be found preserved at the Rushden Transport Museum, Rushden, Northamptonshire.
This coach is owned by the Northampton & Lamport Railway Preservation Society, please consider joining or sending a donation to help preserve & operate this coach in the future; use the totems at the bottom of this page to get more information.
№ M3919 arrived in 1990 and was deposited on two rails laid on their sides,
it has since been restored, fitted with vacuum brakes and repainted into BR maroon livery.
|Coach||BR||BR Mk1 TSO|
|Type:||BR Mk1 TSO|
|Diagram №:||93 (New AC204)||Weight:||32 / 33 ton|
|Length:||64 ft 6 in over body||Lot №:||30086|
|№ of Seats:||64 Second Class||Load Capacity:||N/A|
|Made Redundant / Withdrawn:||N/A||Date Preserved:||1990|
|Arrived at NLR:||30th March 1990||Current Status:||Operational|
Last Amended: 09-Feb-2013
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