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They were used by both Rail Express Systems and Railtrack. Colas Rail and 86xxx train operating companies still 68xxx them. NVA at Penzance on 29 August This vehicle is a high-security Royal Mail van and is painted in unbranded Rail Express Systems livery.
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Retrieved 30 March Carriage stock of British Rail. British Rail coach designations British carriage and wagon numbering and 86dxx. Categories : British Rail coaching stock British railway wagons Train-related introductions in United Kingdom rail transport 86xxx.
Namespaces Article Talk. Views Read Edit View 86xxx. Help Learn 86xxx edit Community portal Recent changes Upload file. Download as PDF Printable version. Wikimedia Commons. Add links. British Railways Mark 1. Rebuilt from xx range in for use by First 86xxx Western on daylight trains and the Night Riviera to Penzance untilbriefly used by FM Rail and later sold to Colas 86xxxused as 86xx force runners on Network Rail trains since .
Great Central Railway Nottingham. Midland Railway — Butterley. Mid-Norfolk Railway . Battlefield Line Railway. Northampton and Lamport Railway.
Rushden, Higham and Wellingborough Railway. Helston Railway . Converted for use as a water carrier for mainline steam railtours.
Plym Valley Railway .
They were used by both Rail Express Systems and Railtrack.
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