LSWR 17 Open First, later Royal Saloon built 1885

LSWR 17 Open First, later Royal Saloon built 1885

LSWR 17 Open First, later Royal Saloon built 1885
LSWR 17 Open First, later Royal Saloon built 1885

 

Present Location Embsay
County Location North Yorkshire
Designed For LSWR
Diagram number 582
Type FO
First Number 17
Later Numbers 4107, 7805
Present Number 17
Current Livery LSWR brown and salmon pink
Gauge 4ft 8 1/2in
Wheel Arrangement Body only
Original Underframe No
Original Bogies/Wheelsets No
Additional Notes Built with Arc roof: rebuilt as Royal Saloon with Clerestory; rebuilt as Picnic Saloon 1913. W 1931, then formed part of a bungalow at Chiltington. Body P 89 by Sail & Steam, Brightlingsea. To Embsay 04/06. Main photo Ben Williams courtesy www.departmentals.com. 09/16: sheeted - see additional photo below. 10/17: completely restored. 06/18: restoration featured in the Channel 4 TV Series 'Great Rail Restorations with Peter Snow'.
Rarity Unique
Storage Under Cover
Operating No
Photo Date 01/03/2006
Photo by Ben Williams
At Risk No
Date Record Last Updated 01/07/2018

Steve West 03/09/2016.
Steve West 03/09/2016.


 

 










 


 

 

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