• British Railways Camping Coach Holidays. A Tour Of Britain In The 1950s & 1960s (McRae) SFTP 30 (2)

Camping coaches were offered by many railway companies in the United Kingdom as accommodation for holiday makers in rural or coastal areas. The coaches were old passenger vehicles no longer suitable for use in trains, which were converted to provide basic sleeping and living space at static locations. Many of the coaches would be removed from their stations in the winter and overhauled at the railway's workshops ready to be returned in the spring, being placed on sidings. The local railway staff looked after the coaches as part of their duties.  With black and white as well as some colour photographs. 1998 Foxline. Softcover, cover has slight shelf wear and is lightly creased. Very Scarce. 128pp.  OQ-EU1Y-6VXT

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British Railways Camping Coach Holidays. A Tour Of Britain In The 1950s & 1960s (McRae) SFTP 30 (2)

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