HVJ Triangel motor carriage No.M5 at The Danish National Railway Museum, Odense on 19th July 2013. Originally built by Scandia in 1916 as a combined mail van and coach for the Troldhede-Kolding-Vegen Railway, the vehicle was re-built into a motor carriage by De Forenede Automobilfabrikker in 1935. Sold to the Horve-Vaerslev Railway in 1951, the vehicle was rebuilt once more and equipped with a 150HP diesel motor and toilet. After closure of the HVJ in 1957, the carriage was taken over by the Odsherred Railway and eventually into preservation.
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