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General Utility Van (GUV) 94200 (originally numbered 86207) was built by Pressed Steel in 1958, and is equipped with commonwealth bogies. GUV’s are classified as Non Passenger Carrying Coaching Stock (NPCCS).
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|built      = 1958
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}}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>
  
94200 was bought with [[BR 94157 General Utility Van | 94157]] (earlier 86523) to keep parts secure for [[SR 34027 Taw Valley]].
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==94200 in preservation and service==
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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>  Since the 2015 photograph, the carriage has received a repaint into maroon livery.
  
==Sources==
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==See also==
Railway Heritage Register Carriage Survey<br>
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*[[Carriages#BR Designed Coaches | List of carriages]]
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==References==
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==Links==
 
==Links==
[http://www.cs.vintagecarriagestrust.org/se/CarriageInfo.asp?Ref=5401 94200 on vintagecarriagestrust.org]<br>
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*[http://www.cs.vintagecarriagestrust.org/se/CarriageInfo.asp?Ref=5401 94200 on vintagecarriagestrust.org]
  
==See also==
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Revision as of 16:02, 28 March 2017

BRBritish Rail or British Railways 94200 General Utility Van
BR 94200 20150307.jpg
BRBritish Rail or British Railways General Utility Van 94200
Built By Pressed Steel
Status Static use
Number 94200
Other numbers 86207, W86207, 95360
History
Built 1958
Diagram 811
Lot 30417
Type GUV
Seats None
2006 Preserved

Carriages

86105 is a BRBritish Rail or British Railways 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 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.[1]

94200 in preservation and service

General Utility Van (GUVGeneral Utility Van, formerly used to transport mail and parcels) 94200 (originally numbered 86207) was built by Pressed Steel in 1958, and is equipped with commonwealth bogies. It was bought with 94157 (earlier 86523) to keep parts secure for SR 34027 Taw Valley.[2] Since the 2015 photograph, the carriage has received a repaint into maroon livery.

See also

References

  1. SVRSevern Valley RailwaySVRA:Severn Valley Railway AssociationSVRS:Severn Valley Railway Society Stock Book 9th Edition
  2. Railway Heritage Register Carriage Survey

Links