Coaches Built By The LMS
The design and building of LMS coaches followed a very standardised pattern. Very many types of coaches were built to suit the various services and needs but, in general, the progression of design features was a logical one. Three quite distinct periods of design can be recognised, the last of which continued until after nationalisation of the railways in Britain.
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