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The Mid-Day Scot was first introduced as a titled train by the London Midland and Scottish Railway in September 1927, a few months after the introduction of the Royal Scot. Although it officially lost its name at the beginning of the Second World War, it was so important to the running of operations on the West Coast Main Line that it continued to run, on and off, throughout hostilities. The title was formally conferred back on the service by British Railways in September 1949.


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

2mm Pre-war Titled Train: The Mid-Day Scot

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