Hornby R4912 GWR, Mk3 Trailer Standard (Disabled), Coach C, 42015 - Era 11
The BR Standard Mk.3 coach was introduced to traffic between 1975 and 1988, on both high speed and locomotive-hauled services, and quickly became a regular sight on Britain's mainline services. In 2014, First Great Western refurbished its Mk.3 first-class carriages with interiors that dropped the First Great Western branding in favour of a new GWR logo and the whole company was subsequently rebranded as Great Western Railway (GWR) on 20 September 2015, with rolling stock featuring a dark green livery that echoed that of the former Great Western Railway.
Each model measures 303mm in length.
Technical Specification & Detail
|Period||Era 11 (2014 +)|
|Entered Service||1976 - 1982|