French Railways had introduced the ‘Flèche d’Or’ in 1926 as an all-first-class Pullman service between Paris and Calais. On 15 May 1929, the Southern Railway introduced the equivalent between London and Dover. The train usually consisted of 10 British Pullman cars, hauled by one of the Southern Railway’s Lord Nelson class locomotives. Travel outside the UK much more expensive during the depression and in consequence passenger numbers fell and from May 1931, the train comprised of ordinary passenger coaching stock in addition to a number of Pullman Cars (hence the two different types of boards. The train service ceased in September 1939.  


Quick and easy to use, this pack allows you to recreate your chosen titled train with the appropriate choice of coachboards, corridor tail boards and locomotive headboards (when appropriate). Printed to a high resolution on quality photographic card, the pack comes with full instructions.


Pack size: A6

4mm Pre-war Titled Train: The Golden Arrow