These passenger coaches were originally owned by the Metropolitan Railway. A number of these coaches were preserved by the Bluebell Railway.

Biography

The Railway Series

In 1962, Stepney came on loan to Sodor bringing his controller and a rake of coaches from the Bluebell Railway[1].

Technical Details

Basis

These coaches are based on the real Metropolitan Railway wooden bogie stock built by the Ashbury Railway Carriage & Iron Co. in 1898.

The Bluebell Railway has four 1898–1900 Ashbury and Cravens carriages, and a fifth, built at Neasden, is at the London Transport Museum.[2]

Livery

These coaches are painted orange-brown with white rooftops and yellow numbering, some coaches are painted brown with cream windows.

Appearances

Gallery

The Railway Series

Main Series

Miscellaneous

Others

References

  1. The Railway Series: Stepney the "Bluebell" Engine "Bluebells of England"
  2. "The history of the carriages". Bluebell Railway (29 July 2007). Retrieved on 15 January 2012.



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