© Don Marshall 2015
THE WEST RIDING LTD
This train was introduced in 1937 to primarily accommodate business people travelling between London and the West Riding of Yorkshire (Wakefield, Leeds & Bradford). An Observation Car was not included on this train. Other than that it was identical with the Coronation.
THE SILVER JUBILEE
The first streamlined train of the LNER. Introduced to commemorate the Silver Jubilee of King George V in 1935. It ran between London (Kings Cross) and Newcastle.
The second streamlined LNER train. Introduced in 1937 to commemorate the Coronation of King George VI. It ran between London (Kings Cross) and Edinburgh. The train included an Observation Car at the rear of the train.
I have only drawn Coaches A & B of the West Riding Ltd just to provide an example.
London & North Eastern Railway