LNWR Semi Royal Saloon No. 806 at Sheffield Park station on the Bluebell Railway in August 2001. This carriage was built at Wolveton Works in 1903 to the same body style as the two Royal Saloons built for King Edward VII and Queen Alexandra, and was intended to be added to the Royal Train to transport accompanying guests. It is here being used as part of the railways dining train in place of a named Pullman carriage. As such it attracted the nickname "Camilla" amongst volunteers.
David Harp       


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