Mk1 coaches

A very common sight during the British Railways period and beyond the Mk1 coach was the backbone of the fleet throughout the 1960s.


Opening doors

Doors open and close when loading/unloading.

Passenger loading

Passengers are added to the coaches when loading and removed when unloading.

The passengers accurately represent the load of the coaches.

Working vac pipes and screw couplings

The same system as shown here on one of the wagons.

Physics:  Physics are disabled when the vehicle is not part of a train with a locomotive (it becomes a 'scenery' object, reducing the load on the graphics engine)

Alternate bogies

Commonwealth Bogie BR1 Bogie
interior views (Compartment stock) (Click on a picture for a larger version)
interior views (Open stock)


Livery and version details:

Each version comes in the Maroon and the later Blue/Grey livery.

The pictures below show each version with the blue/grey livery seen from one side and the maroon from the other.

First Corridor (FK)
Composite Corridor (CK)
Standard Corridor (SK)
Brake First Corridor (BFK)
Brake CompositeCorridor (BCK)
Brake Standard Corridor (BSK)
First Open(FO)
Second Open (SO)
Tourist Second Open (TSO)
Brake Second Open (BSO)
Restaurant First Open (RFO)
Restaurant Unclassified Open (RUO)
Restaurant Second Open (RSO)
Restaurant Kitchen (RK)
Restaurant Kitchen Buffet (RKB)
Restaurant Unclassified (RU)
Restaurant Miniature Buffet (RMB) - Diag 97
Restaurant Miniature Buffet (RMB) - Diag 99
Sleeper First (SLF)
Sleeper Composite (SLC)
Sleeper Second (SLSTP)
Brake Gangwayed (BG)



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