320888

Photo of 320888 at Lowestoft

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  • 320888 - CE Staff & Dormitory coach

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  • Mike Porter

    10 December 2008, 12:04:16

    This vehicle ended up at Bere Ferrers, but had an arson attack and was scrapped.

    Photo here http://www.vintagecarriagestrust.org/se/CarriageInfo.asp?Ref=4248

    Mike Porter

  • Paul Bartlett

    11 December 2008, 21:51:20

    Completely OT, but does anyone know why orange curtains seem to have been standard for living and messing vans? Was it BR just wanting to be jolly! I am not aware of it as a colour used for curtains on any revenue stock.

  • peter Cummings

    11 December 2008, 22:11:57

    Curtains on Southern Region Emus were this colour. But with them, you could also wonder why.

    And didn't some Mk 1s and 2s also have them this colour.

  • Clive Warneford

    15 December 2008, 16:35:52

    Certainly Orange Curtains were used extensively in Southern Region loco hauled Mk1 FO's. It is possible that many of the batch were not used and found their way into departmental stock use, as a means of using them up. I know they used to fade very badly, thereby ending up as striped white/orange!

  • Harold A Nicolson

    15 December 2008, 19:23:47

    Orange curtains were used for their BR (ScR) Mk1 FO's around 30 years ago.

  • Chris Thorn

    24 December 2008, 23:16:06

    Orange curtains were Southern standard on gangwayed stock. All the open plan air braked Mark 1's had them, emu's and Hastings Demu's too.

  • Dave Warby

    20 November 2011, 11:36:25

    I remember the orange curtains well on the 4 CIG and 4 VEP units. I guess they were such a ghastly colour to deter people from nicking them for use at home!


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