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Unread 13th March 2012, 17:39   #1
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Default Tynesider Railtour Coaching Stock

I know the tour was on Saturday, but does anyone have the numbers of the coaching stock on the Cleethorpes-Morpeth charter on Saturday.
I know it's a bit late, but I asked on Freightmaster on Sunday and have had no look.
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It used West Coasts' maroon rake of mark 1s, so the consist will have been made up of carriages chosen from:
TSO: 3766, 4912/31/51/54/58 TSO: 5035
FO: 3128
SK: 25756, 25806/08
RMB: 1860/82
BCK: 21256
BSK: 35459
(Details taken from the "Steam Railtours" website).

I believe that nine vehicles from this selection were in the rake, sorry I can't be more specific as to which ones they were. The Tynesider also featured two of West Coasts' maroon Met-Camm Pullmans (Again, I don't know which ones specifically) and Oliver Cromwells' support coach, 14099.
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Thanks for the list, have most numbers just need to confirm/get a few of them.
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