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|50ft ex-LNWR carriage||at Scottish Railway Preservation Society.|
|Carriage (DN&GR)||Ulster Folk and Transport Museum - beautifully restored - built by the LNWR at Wolverton.|
|Carriage (Manchester & Birmingham Railway)||at Museum of Science and Industry, Manchester.|
|Coal Tank||at Keighley and Worth Valley Railway.|
|D17 goods brake van||at Severn Valley Railway.|
|LNWR Brake Van D.17B 20 Ton||East Somerset Railway. Built by the LNWR as a standard 20-ton Diagram 17B unfitted brake van with a 10ft wheel base and an overall length of 18ft. When built, both the cabin and the verandah ends of this vehicle were glazed with a two-paned central window with a four-paned window on each side, and these, together with the small windows in the cabin sides, led to these vans becoming known as “Crystal Palace” brake vans, since no other vans on the LNWR had so much glass.|
|D88 goods van||at Scottish Railway Preservation Society.|
|D88 goods van||at Severn Valley Railway.|
|McConnell engine||at Powerhouse Museum, Sydney.|
|LNWR Observation Car 1503||Web page for LNWR Observation Car No. 1503, built in 1913, and operating on the Bluebell Railway|
|PLANET engine (replica)||at Museum of Science and Industry in Manchester.|
|Semi-Royal Saloon 806||Semi-Royal Saloon, built in 1903 as No.74, later re-numbered 806. Now operational and used for public dining trains on the Bluebell Railway.|
|Slate Wagons||at Llanberis museum.|
|Wrights carriages||at Powerhouse Museum, Sydney.|