After the hubbub and excitement of the launch of 7828, thoughts may naturally veer towards launching into the next major project, but having the carriage shed at Rowsley vacant also offers the opportunity for some other valuable smaller projects. In the meantime 7828 has enjoyed use on dining and cream tea trains on Peak Rail, . . . → Read More: Rowsley Update, Summer 2016
On loan from the National Railway Museum since 2003, this LMS carriage, 7828, has been restored by a dedicated group of LMSCA volunteers. The carriage was built in 1925 at Derby’s Carriage and Wagon Works on Litchurch Lane. With restoration completed in its 91st year the transformation has been remarkable. Check out our teaser trailer . . . → Read More: Restoration of LMS Period 1 Third Open, 7828, is complete!
It was while browsing for photos of LMS carriages that I recently rediscovered to the RCTS website, and came upon some gems that are of particular interest to the LMS carriage restorer, within their carriage conundrums section.
Perhaps most relevant to the LMSCA is an article featuring our very own 27109, asking Where was LMSR . . . → Read More: Society Spotlight: The Railway Correspondence and Travel Society (RCTS)