}}86105 is a BR Mark 1 General Utility Van. These vehicles were built for use on express passenger services as well as parcels and freight trains, and were classed as [[:Category:Non Passenger Carrying Coaching Stock (NPCCS)|Non Passenger Carrying Coaching Stock]]. The side doors allowed loading of containerised mail and parcels and newspapers. The GUVs were 'through piped' for use on steam heated services, although they were not themselves steam heated.<ref name=SVR>SVR Stock Book 9th Edition</ref>
preservation and service==General Utility Van (GUV) 94200 (originally numbered 86207) was built by Pressed Steel in 1958 , and is equipped with commonwealth bogies. It was bought with [[BR 94157 General Utility Van | 94157 ]] (earlier 86523) to keep parts secure for [[SR 34027 Taw Valley]].<ref >Railway Heritage Register Carriage Survey</ ref> The carriage has received a repaint into maroon livery since the March 2015 photograph below.
BR_94200_20150307.jpg|94200 in 2015