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Glossary Results for Word "The Corridor"

The Corridor ‘The Corridor’ was the nickname for the afternoon express from Euston to Glasgow, Edinburgh and Aberdeen (at 2pm in the years up to 1914), the first train to be composed entirely of corridor stockExplain 'Corridor Coach'. The up train left Glasgow and Edinburgh at 2pm and Aberdeen at 10am. For many years their WCJSExplain 'WCJS – West Coast Joint Stock' 65-foot carriages were exclusive to these trains.