Good morning, I was on a railtour yesterday, 16 March to Cranmore. It was a great trip. I have a query about the rolling stock used, which perhaps some members of this forum may know the answers? Normally when I have been on any main line rail tour operated by either Steam Dreams, RTC or UK Railtours, the carriages have been either Mark one or Mark two, Maroon, "Blood and Custard" or GWR type Chocolate and Cream liveries, supplied by West Coast Railways or DBS from Southall, Carnforth or Eastleigh, all with window top lights that can be opened and non air conditioned. However yesterdays train was 13 coaches, one dark blue, the rest was in very smart BR Inter City type Blue & White livery, it looked very smart, the interiors were good too. You could not open the windows on this train, so I presume it would be air-con? I am not sure if this would have been an updated version of Mark two, or if it was in fact Mark Three? I wondered where these carriages would have come from now and where they originally would have worked in BR Days. I think some of the numbering on the coaches were M, so presumably on the MML or West Coast. Would they have been from old 125 sets, or loco hauled? We also passed in the Trowbridge area a Pullman type train going towards Westbury, so I presume either Belmond/VSOE or Northern Belle? I also heard there was a 125 special in the Westbury area later in the evening, so quite alot of specials around this weekend. Tks.