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Two distinctive standard gauge carriages brought to the market

TWO carriages with very different histories have recently been offered for sale.

The first, and of most historic interest, is a 1950- built kitchen/ dining car built for British Army on the Rhine (BAOR) services to Berlin.

Built on the continent, it follows typical West German State Railway outline and practices of

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