First Open

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British Rail First Open
British Rail Mk 3 M11083 at Marylebone A.jpg
A Mk3 First Open coach at Marylebone in September 2008
In service 1951–
Manufacturer BR Derby (C&W), Doncaster, Swindon, Wolverton, York, BRCW & Metro Cammell
Family name British Railways Mark 1, Mark 2C, 2D, 2E and 2F, Mark 3, 3A and 3B and Mark 4
Constructed Mk1 1951–1963
Mk2 1970-74
Mk3 1976-85
Mk4 1989-92
Fleet numbers Mk1 3000-3151
Mk2c 3152-3169
Mk2d 3170-3216
Mk2e 3221-3275
Mk2f 3276-3439
Mk3 11000-11003/41003-41169
Mk3a 11004-11063
Mk3a 11064-11101
Mk4 11200-11263
Capacity Mk1 42
Mk2c/d/e/f
Mk3/a/b 48
Mk4 46
Operator(s) British Rail, InterCity, ScotRail, Anglia, Abellio Greater Anglia, Chiltern Railways, East Coast, National Express East Coast, GNER, Virgin Trains East Coast, Virgin Trains West Coast, West Coast Railways, National Express East Anglia , Northern Bell, Riviera Trains
Specifications
Car length Mk1:64 ft 6 in (19.66 m)
Mk2/a:65 ft 4 in (19.91 m)
Mk2b/c/d/e/f:66 ft 0 in (20.12 m)
Mk3/a/b:75 ft 0 in (22.86 m)
Mk4:23.4 m (76 ft 9 14 in)
Width Mk1:9 ft 3 in (2.82 m)
Mk2/a:9 ft 3 in (2.82 m)
Mk2bb/c/d/e/f:66 ft 0 in (20.12 m)
Mk3/a/b:75 ft 0 in (22.86 m)
Mk4:2.74 m (8 ft 11 78 in)
Height Mk1 and Mk2:12 ft 9 12 in (3.90 m)
Doors Mk1 Manual slam doors, two on each side
Mk2c/d/e/f Manual slam doors, two on each side
Mk3/a/b Manual slam doors, two on each side (some modified to automatic plug doors
Mk4 Automatic plug doors, two on each side
Maximum speed BR1/Cw: 90 mph (145 km/h)
B4: 100 mph (161 km/h)
BT10:125 mph (201 km/h)
SIG/BT41:140 mph (225 km/h)
Weight 32.5 to 36.5 long tons (33.0 to 37.1 t; 36.4 to 40.9 short tons)
Train heating Steam or electric heat, or both
Bogies BR1, Commonwealth, B4, BT10 or SIG/BT41
Braking system(s) Vacuum, air, or both
Coupling system Drop-head knuckle coupler on draw-hook (dual)
Track gauge 4 ft 8 12 in (1,435 mm) standard gauge

A First Open or FO, is a type of railway carriage used by British Rail and subsequent operators since privatisation. They were first produced as British Railways Mark 1, and subsequently Mark 2, Mark 3, and Mark 4 variants were produced. This type of carriage is an "Open coach" because of the arrangement of the seats inside - other types of carriage may be corridor based variants (FK) or have a brake compartment (BFO or BFK).

Mark 1[edit]

First Open where introduced from 1951 with the first 3 for the midland region being the only Mk1 FO having no centre door seating 42 in 2+1 a format. Second batch 3003-19 built from 1954 had a centre door in with the centre seating bay. This split the middle window into two thin panes with the door in between. From 3020 have a separate centre vestibule with the and having a reduced width bays along with a centre vestibule and doors while still seating 42 in 2+1 format. BR1 type bogies were fitted as standard except 3076-3080 were a test bach built with Commonwealth bogies to improve ride quality. In 1961 changes were made to improve ride quality by replacing the BR1 bogie which quality which became bad after some use, 3101 - 3151 being built with commonwealth type bogie which became standard for a time, with the weight increasing by 5 tons. BR1 and commonwealth bogies usually run at a maximum of 90 mph (140 km/h). Later B4 bogies were fitted to further improve ride quality with a maximum of 100 mph (160 km/h). Fitted with Pullman gangways on standard 64 ft frames and fitted with buck-eye couplers as standard. Buck-eye couplers can be dropped and buffers extended to allow use of screw coupling fitted locomotives. Vacuum brakes and steam heating were fitted as standard with a number of Mk1 FO where later fitted with air brakes in the late 60's to 70's with some still retaining vacuum brakes and a number being dual braked (air and vacuum).

Orders[edit]

Fleet numbers Built Diagram Builder Lot No.
3000-3002 1951 71 York 30010
3003-3019 1954 72 BRCW 30008
3020-3039 1954 73/AD103 Doncaster 30042
3040-3057 1954 73/AD103 Doncaster 30091
3058-3070 1955 73/AD103 Doncaster 30169
3071-3080 1956 73/AD103 Doncaster 30242
3081 1957 77 BRCW 30359
3082 1957 76 Cravens 30361
3083 1957 74 Doncaster 30372
3084 1957 75 Doncaster 30373
3085-3094 1959 73/AD103 BRCW 30472
3095-3100 1959 73/AD103 BRCW 30576
3101-3103 1961 73/AD103 Wolverton 30648
3104-3129 1963 73/AD103 Swindon 30697
3130-3151 1963 73/AD103 Swindon 30717

Livery[edit]

The livery initially for Mk1 coaches for British Railways in 1951 was crimson lake and cream with black and gold lining, all new Mk1 FO coaches were delivered in this livery up until 1956. In 1956 the standard livery changed to maroon with black and gold lining except for the Southern region stock which adopted an unlined dark malachite green. Western Region on the other hand adopted chocolate and cream to sufficient stock to operate its named trains like "Cornish Rivia Ltd" and "Torbay Express" being two examples. Southern region introduced the yellow UIC cantrail stripe denoting first class in 1960 for boat train coaches. Yellow UIC cantrail stripe was later introduced on other regions from 1963. In 1965 Manastral Blue & Grey livery was introduced as trailed on XP64 stock the year before and lasted for another 20 years.

Mark 1 FO conversions[edit]

In 1976, 13 First Open where converted to Restaurant Second Open No Kitchen 1058-1070 RSO, 12 were later converted to Second Open 3600-3610 SO in 1981-82, 5 of the remining SO in 1987 where converted back to First Open 31xx FO.

FO RSO SO FO FO RSO SO FO
3128 1058 3600 3143 1065 3609 3143
3135 1059 3601 3135 3144 1066 3602 3144
3136 1060 3605 3145 1067 3610 3145
3138 1061 3607 3146 1068 3606
3139 1062 3147 1069 3604 3147
3141 1063 3608 3148 1070 3611
3142 1064 3603

Departmental use[edit]

FO Departmental Notes
3009 ADB975631 CM&EE Test Car 9
3011 ADB975630 CM&EE Test Car 8
3012 DB975862 CCE Staff Coach, Carlisle Upperby
3013 ADB975653 HST Barrier Coach ER/ScR
3014 ADB975658 HST Barrier Coach ER/ScR
3015 ADB975649 HST Barrier Coach ER/ScR
3016 ADB975650 HST Barrier Coach ER/ScR
3049 DB977389 Barrier coach for DW139 RCE Track Recording Coach later Glasgow Works Test Train coach
3050 TDB977435 ECML Electrification driver training train coach
3052 TDB977431 ECML Electrification driver training train coach
3054 ADB975999 Barrier Coach for trial running with Mk3a Sleepers
3055 TDB977433 ECML Electrification driver training train coach
3058 TDB975313 HST Instruction Coach
3060 TDB975314 TOPS HR4 Mobile Training Classroom
3062 TDB975312 TOPS HR1 Mobile Training Classroom
3064 ADB975607 CM&EE Test Car 7
3068 RDB975606 Laboratory Coach 2 'Electra'
3071 DB977388 Barrier Coach for DB977144 RCE Track Recording coach later Glasgow Works Test Train coach
3072 TDB977399 ECML Electrification driver training train coach
3079 TDB975315 TOPS HR3 Mobile Training Classroom
3082 ADB975278 Laboratory Coach 15, APT Kitchen Mock up
3085 ADB977491 Test Train, Electric Locos SF
3086 ADB977449 Crewe Works Test Train coach, Electric Locos
3087 ADB977450 Crewe Works Test Train coach, Electric Locos
3088 TDB977434 ECML Electrification driver training train coach
3089 ADB977351 Barrier Coach WR later MTA Brake Force Runner
3091 ADB977352 Brake force coach for DW139 RCE Track Recording Coach later MTA Brake Force Runner
3093 ADB977594 Mobile office & stores then Springburn test train coach
3136 DB977970 Brake Force Runner
3145 DB977192 Use with Track Testing Vehicles

Mark 2[edit]

The first Mk2 First Open were built to Mk2c design in 1970 flowed by Mk2d from 1971 complete with air conditioning, with the ETH supply becoming standard along with a motor-alternator to provide the lighting, heating and air conditioning. The Mk2e was introduced in 1972-73 with introduction of fluorescent tubes for lighting with the major change being the more compact toilet. The final development was the Mk2f being introduced in 1973-75 which the interior design from the prototype Mk3s with improved seating and air conditioning through body side heaters. All the Mk2 veterans are fitted with B4 bogies with a maximum of 100 mph (160 km/h).

Orders[edit]

Fleet numbers Mark Built Diagram Builder Lot No.
3152-3169 2c 1970 80/AD104 Derby 30810
3170-3216 2d 1972 81/AD105 Derby 30821
3221-3275 2e 1973 82/AD106 Derby 30843
3276-3320 2f 1973 83/AD107 Derby 30845
3321-3428 2f 1974 83/AD107 Derby 30859
3429-3439 2f 1975 83/AD107 Derby 30873

Mark 2 FO conversions[edit]

  • In 1982-84, 17 Mk2c coaches were converted to Second Open 6400-6416 SO.
  • In 1983-84, 10 Mk2f coaches were converted to Class 488 EMU trailers 72500-72509 TFOH
  • In 1985-86, 45 Mk2f coaches were converted to Second Open 6418-6465 SO later 6800-6829 TSO.
  • In 1988, 9 Mk2f coaches were converted to Restaurant Lounge First Buffet later Sleeper reception car 6700-6708 RLO with 3 converted from Second Open 64xx.
  • In 1988-89 / 1991, 33 Mk2f coaches were converted to Buffet Open First 1200-1221/1250-1260 RFB with 11 converted from Second Open 64xx.
  • In 1989, 36 Mk2d coaches were converted to Second Open 6200-6235 TSO
  • In 1990, 30 Mk2f coaches were converted to high-density Second Open 6800-6829 TSO with 72 seats were converted from Second Open 64xx.
  • In 1992, 6 Mk2e coaches were converted to First Open (Pantry) 3520-3525 FOT.
Mk2c
Number Type 2nd Number Departmental Irish Rail
3152 SO 6411 DB977547 West Ruislip (LUL) Brake Force Runner
3153 SO 6404 DB977551 Mobile Track Assessment Brake Force Runner Old Oak Common
3154 SO 6405 IR 4104
3155 SO 6415
3156 SO 6406 IR 4103
3157 SO 6413 IR 4106
3158 SO 6403 DB977597 Doncaster Works Test Train IR 4107
3159 SO 6407 DB977548 Brake Force Runner
3160 SO 6402 DB977589 Brake Force Runner
3161 SO 6414
3162 SO 6408 DB977549 Mobile track assessment Brake Force Runner Old Oak Common
3163 SO 6401 IR 4105
3164 SO 6410 DB977390 Barrier coach for DW139 Track Recording Coach later Crewe Works Test Train coach
3165 SO 6416 DB977546 Springburn Works Test Train coach
3166 NIR 903
3167 SO 6400
3168 SO 6412
3169 SO 6409 DB977550 Mobile Track Assessment Brake Force Runner Old Oak Common
Mk2d
Number Type 2nd Number Notes Number Type 2nd Number Notes
3170 TSO 6215 Exported to New Zealand 3197 TSO 6227 Exported to New Zealand
3171 TSO 6222 Exported to New Zealand 3198 TSO 6200
3173 TSO 6221 3199 TSO 6232 Exported to New Zealand
3175 TSO 6220 3200 TSO 6225 Exported to New Zealand
3176 TSO 6212 3201 TSO 6228 Exported to New Zealand
3177 TSO 6209 3203 TSO 6226
3179 TSO 6216 3204 TSO 6207
3180 TSO 6203 3205 TSO 6208 Exported to New Zealand
3183 TSO 6206 3206 TSO 6233
3184 TSO 6217 Exported to New Zealand 3207 TSO 6234 Exported to New Zealand
3185 TSO 6230 Exported to New Zealand 3208 TSO 6213
3189 TSO 6231 Exported to New Zealand 3209 TSO 6218
3190 TSO 6235 Exported to New Zealand 3210 TSO 6201
3191 TSO 6202 3211 TSO 6214 Exported to New Zealand
3193 TSO 6205 Exported to New Zealand 3212 TSO 6229 Exported to New Zealand
3194 TSO 6223 3213 TSO 6219
3195 TSO 6224 Exported to New Zealand 3215 TSO 6211
3196 TSO 6210 3216 TSO 6204
Mk2e
Number Type 2nd Number Notes
3236 FOT 3522
3238 FOT 3523
3253 FOT 3520
3254 FOT 3524
3255 FOT 3525
3271 FOT 3521
Mk2f
Number Type 2nd Number Type 3rd Number Notes Number Type 2nd Number Type 3rd Number Notes
3276 SO 6418 RLO 6707 3349 SO 6442 TSO 6801
3279 SO 6419 FO 3279 Conversion to SO 6419 not carried out 3355 SO 6443 TSO 6801
3280 RFO 1252 3357 SO 6444 RFO 1217
3281 SO 6458 TSO 6821 3361 SO 6445 RFO 1201
3282 SO 6420 TSO 6815 3365 SO 6446 TSO 6819
3283 SO 6421 RLO 6706 3367 NIR 904
3284 RFO 1255 3370 RLO 6708
3287 SO 6459 RFO 1200 3371 RFO 1221
3288 SO 6423 TSO 6829 3372 RFO 1250
3289 SO 6424 TSO 6824 3376 SO 6447 TSO 6822
3291 RFO 1203 3377 RFO 1215
3294 SO 6425 TSO 6826 3378 RFO 1260
3296 RFO 1256 3380 SO 6464 TSO 6828
3297 SO 6426 3382 TFH 72501
3298 SO 6427 TSO 6827 3383 RFO 1251
3301 SO 6460 TSO 6825 3391 RFO 1254
3302 RFO 1216 3393 RFO 1208
3305 RFO 1211 3394 SO 6448 TSO 6812
3306 SO 6428 TSO 6827 3396 SO 6449 TSO 6804
3307 SO 6429 TSO 6824 3398 TFH 72509
3308 RLO 6703 3401 RFO 1204
3310 SO 6430 RLO 6705 3403 SO 6450 FO 3403
3311 SO 6431 TSO 6810 3404 SO 6451 TSO 6811
3315 SO 6432 RFO 1220 3405 SO 6462 RFO 1210
3316 SO 6461 TSO 6816 3406 TFH 72504
3317 SO 6433 RFO 1214 3407 TFH 72503 977983
3319 RFO 1206 3409 TFH 72508
3320 SO 6434 TSO 6820 3410 SO 6463 TSO 6813
3321 TFH 72502 3412 TFH 72507
3322 RFO 1258 3413 TFH 72500
3323 SO 6435 TSO 6800 3415 TFH 72505
3324 SO 6436 TSO 6805 3418 RFO 1219
3327 SO 6437 TSO 6811 3419 RFO 1213
3328 SO 6422 RFO 1207 3421 RLO 6702
3329 SO 6438 RFO 1205 3422 SO 6465 TSO 6814
3332 RFO 1218 3423 SO 6452 TSO 6807
3335 TFH 72506 3427 SO 6453 RFO 1212
3339 SO 6439 TSO 6802 3430 SO 6454 TSO 6808
3341 RLO 6704 6432 RFO 1253
3342 SO 6440 TSO 6806 3435 SO 6455 TSO 6809
3343 SO 6441 3436 SO 6456 RFO 1202
3346 RLO 6701 3437 SO 6457 RFO 1209
3347 RLO 6700 3439 RFO 1259

Departmental use[edit]

FO Departmental Notes
3152 Mk2c DB977547 Brake Force Runner
3153 Mk2c DB977551 Mobile Track Assessment Brake Force Runner
3160 Mk2c DB977589 Brake Force Runner
3162 Mk2c DB977549 Mobile Track Assessment Brake Force Runner
3164 Mk2c DB977390 REC Barrier coach later Crewe Works Test Train coach
3165 Mk2c DB977546 Brake Force Runner
3169 Mk2c DB977550 Mobile Track Assessment Brake Force Runner
3189 Mk2d DB977986 Track Recording Train Coach later Structure Gauging train coach
3250 Mk2e 99666 Ultrasonic Test Coach
3407 Mk2f DB977983 Hot Box Detction Coach later Electrification Measurement Coach

Mark 3[edit]

First Mk3 prototypes were built at Derby Litchurch Lane in 1972 for the new high speed train Class 252 and were built to 75 ft 0 in (22.86 m) with BT5 bogies with a maximum of 125 mph (201 km/h). Production built Mk3 stock for class 253 and 254 InterCity 125 were built by BR at Derby Litchurch Lane in 1975-82 with BT10 bogies with a maximum of 125 mph (201 km/h) seat 48 and referred to as a trailer First. Mk3a is the production built loco-hauled Mk3 built by BR at Derby Litchurch Lane introduced on the West Coast Main line in from 1975.

From 1979, seven First Open were used on the Glaggow to Edinburgh push pull service 11004-11010 with 11022 added later as 11004 was involved in the Polmont rail accident in 1984. ScotRail later down graded its First Open in 1986 to Open Composite were renumbered 119xx. Two First Open 11021 and 11032 were fitted with BT15 bogies along with 11058 fitted with BTS bogies in the mid-1980s.

With a further order for 38 Mk3b built by BR at Derby Litchurch Lane in 1985 and were delivered new in InterCity livery with a number receiving names and being used on services on the West Coast main line offering a first class Pullman service.

Number Name Number Name
11073 William Ewart Gladstone 11084 William Roscoe
11074 Thomas Brassey 11085 Sir John Barbirolli
11076 John Lennon 11086 Henry Dalton
11077 Sir Richard Arkwright 11087 Sir William Fairbairn
11078 John Owens 11088 Sir John Brunner
11079 Francis Egerton 11089 George Stubbs
11080 Emmeline Pankhurst 11091 Sir Stanley Matthews
11081 Elizabeth Gaskell 11092 Ernest Rutherford
11082 James Joule 11093 LS Lowry
11083 Kitty Willkinson 11094 Arnold Bennett

Orders[edit]

Fleet numbers Mark Built Diagram Builder Lot No.
11000-11002 3 1972 665 Derby 30848
11003 3 1972 665 Derby 30833
11004-11063 3a 1975 69/AD108 Derby 30878
11064-11101 3b 1985 AD110 Derby 30982

Mark 3 FO conversions[edit]

  • In 1975, 3 Mk3 First Open coaches were reclassified as Trailer First 41000-002 TF.
  • In 1977, Mk3 First Open 11001 coach converted to The Queens Saloon and Consists of a lounge, bedroom & barthroom, along with a bedroom & barthroom for the Queens dresser.
  • In 1981, Mk3 Trailer First 41000 TF converted to M&EE Test Car 10 ADB975814 QXA.
  • In 1982, 2 Mk3 Trailer First 41001-41002 TF coaches were converted to production HST Trailer First 4117x TF specification.
  • In 1986, 7 Mk3a coaches were converted to Open Composite 119xx CO.
  • In 1986-87, 18 Mk3a coaches were converted to Restaurant First Modular 10212-10229 RFM.
  • In 1990, 4 Mk3a Open Composite coaches were converted to Standard Open 12169-12170 TSO.
  • In 1990, 3 Mk3a Open Composite coaches were converted back to First Open regaining there former numbers.
  • In 1992, Mk3 Trailer First 41174 TF were converted to Trailer Standard 42357 TS.
  • In 2007-08, 6 Mk3a coaches were converted to Trailer First 41201-41206 TF
  • In 2008, 3 Mk3a coaches were converted to Trailer First 41193-41195 TF.
  • In 2011-13, 5 Mk3a First Open coaches were converted to Standard Open 126xx TSO
  • In 2012, 6 Mk3a coaches First Open were converted to Standard Open 12176-12181 TSO.
  • In 2015, 4 Mk3a coaches, First Open 11034 FO and 3 Restaurant First Modular 102xx RFM were converted to Standard Open Miniature Buffet 10413-416 TSOB
Mk3
1st Number Converted to 2nd Number Converted to 3rd Number Converted to 4th Number
11000 TF 41000 Test Car 10 975814 Network Rail High Speed Track Recording Train coach
11001 Queens Saloon 2903
11002 TF 41001 TF 41170
11003 TF 41002 TF 41174 TS 42357
Mk3a
1st Number Converted to 2nd Number Converted to 3rd Number Converted to 4th Number
11005 CO 11905 FO 11005
11006 CO 11906 FO 11006
11007 CO 11907 FO 11007
11008 CO 11908 TSO 12169 TSO 12618
11009 CO 11909 TSO 12170
11010 CO 11910 TSO 12171
11012 RFM 10221
11013 TSO 12182
11014 RFM 10225
11015 RFM 10226
11016 TF 41194
11017 TF 41202
11019 TSOL 12623
11020 TFD 41195
11022 CO 11922 TSO 12172 TS 42383
11023 TF 41204
11027 TSO 12183
11030 TSO 12625
11032 RFM 10215
11034 RFM 10214 TSOB 10413
11035 RFM 10228
11036 TF 41205
11038 TF 41203
11040 TSO 12605
11041 RFM 10216 TSOB 10414
11042 TSO 12173 TSOL 12613
11043 RFM 10223 TSOB 10415
11044 TSO 12184
11045 TF 41201
11046 TSO 12621
11047 RFM 10219
11049 RFM 10212
11050 RFM 10213
11051 RFM 10217
11052 TSO 12174 TSO 12617
11053 RFM 10218
11054 TSO 12627
11055 TF 41206
11056 RFM 10220
11057 RFM 10227
11058 TSO 12175 TSO 12619
11059 RFM 10229
11060 TF 41193
11062 RFM 10224
11063 RFM 10222
Mk3b
1st Number Converted to 2nd Number Converted to 3rd Number Converted to 4th Number
11064 TSO 12176
11065 TSO 12177
11071 TSO 12178
11083 TSO 12179
11084 TSO 12180
11086 TSO 12181
11089 TSO 12185

Mark 4[edit]

A Mk4 First Open coach in GNER livery pictured at Leeds in 2006

Built in 1988 by Metro Cammell at their Washwood Heath plant in Birmingham, the coaches are 23 m (75 ft 5 12 in) long with power-operated sliding plug doors, are fitted with SIG bogies and are capable of running at up to 140 mph (225 km/h), but usually run at a maximum of 125 mph (201 km/h).

Orders[edit]

Fleet numbers Built Diagram Builder Lot No.
11200-11263 1991 AD111 Metro Cammell 31046
11272-11276 1992 AD111 Metro Cammell 31046

Mark 4 FO conversions[edit]

  • In 2003-05, 30 First Open where converted to First Open Disabled 11301-11330 FOD
  • In 2003-05, 30 First Open where converted to First Open Smoking 11401-11430 FOS later become FO non smoking.
1st Number Converted to 2nd Number 1st Number Converted to 2nd Number
11200 FO 11427 11235 FOD 11323
11202 FO 11404 11236 FOD 11327
11203 FOD 11302 11238 FOD 11315
11204 FO 11405 11239 FO 11424
11205 FO 11406 11240 FO 11411
11206 FOD 11326 11242 FO 11420
11207 FOD 11314 11243 FOD 11329
11208 FO 11415 11245 FOD 11321
11209 FO 11412 11246 FO 11414
11210 FOD 11313 11247 FOD 11319
11211 FOD 11303 11248 FO 11430
11212 FO 11413 11249 FOD 11330
11214 FO 11401 11250 FO 11419
11215 FOD 11301 11251 FOD 11318
11216 FO 11402 11252 FO 11426
11217 FOD 11307 11253 FOD 11324
11218 FO 11408 11254 FO 11416
11220 FO 11421 11255 FOD 11320
11221 FOD 11311 11256 FO 11407
11222 FO 11418 11257 FOD 11304
11223 FOD 11317 11258 FO 11403
11225 FOD 11312 11259 FOD 11309
11226 FO 11417 11260 FO 11410
11227 FOD 11316 11261 FOD 11305
11228 FOD 11322 11262 FO 11409
11230 FO 11423 11263 FOD 11308
11231 FOD 11325 11272 FOD 11310
11232 FO 11422 11274 FOD 11328
11233 FO 11428 11275 FO 11429
11234 FO 11425 11276 FOD 11306

Notes[edit]

Coach Type Conversions Abbreviations
CO Open Composite
FO First Open
FOD First Open Disabled
RFM Restaurant First Modular
SO Second Open 2+1
TF Trailer First
TFD Trailer First Disabled
TS Trailer Second
TSO Open Second 2+2
TSOB Standard Open with Buffet

References[edit]