|construc = GNR Doncaster
|status = Operational
|carno = 2701|othernos = LNER 42701 <br>BR E42701E,
Camping Coach 157
|designed = Gresley
|diagram = 164K
}}GNR 2701 was built at Doncaster in August 1922 as one of ten carriages
to Diagram 164K. It is a Corridor Composite (CK) , seating 21 first class passengers in three and a half compartments and 24 in four third class compartments. It is the oldest of the 'Gresley Teaks' on the SVR, being the only one built before the LNER came into being in the 1923 grouping.
==GNR 2701 in service==
The carriage was involved in a collision at Retford during its first year of use, but survived to
become LNER No 42701, and BR E42701E. It remained in passenger carrying service until 1958 when, together with sister carriage No 69, it was converted at Stratford to a camping coach and stationed at Mundsley until closure in 1964. Following transfer to departmental stock its long and varied career on "The Big Railway" ended c1980 at Boston serving as the painter's bothy.
==GNR 2701 in preservation==