Hornby R4915E GWR Mk3 Sliding Door TS 48127 Era 11
The British Rail Mark 3 is a type of passenger carriage developed in response to growing competition from airlines and the car in the 1960s. A variant of the Mark 3 became the rolling stock for the High Speed Train (HST).
Originally conceived as locomotive-hauled coaching stock, the first coaches built were for the prototype HST in 1972. Production coaches entered service between 1975 and 1988, and multiple-unit designs based on the Mark 3 bodyshell continued to be built until the early 1990s. Most of the surviving fleet of the Mark 3 and its derivatives are still in revenue service on the British railway network in 2019.
Technical Specification & Detail
|Period/ERA||Era 11 (2014 +)|
|Type/Class||BR Mk.3 TS – Trailer Standard|
|Entered Service||Refurbished in 2019|
|Coupling Hooks and pockets||Nem pockets and spare tension lock couplings|
|Lighting, Passengers and Detailing||No internal or External Lighting, no Internal Passengers.|