Another one of the original Winson's this time on Model Of The Week.
2090 was the only WHR-style brake carriage, and indeed the only lavatory fitted carriage until the first of the service carriages came along.
In fact, it came close to becoming the second service carr because the original plan was to rebuild this vehicle before the railway changed its mind and stripped and rebuilt 2020, the first of the semi-opens.
This was the second of the Winson carriages that we modelled, so it is now well over a decade old.
It shows 2090 as it first ran on the WHR with a one bay guard's compartment at the Caernarfon end. This was later extended to allow for storage of the refreshment trolley, and the carriage was altered a third time to include a toilet.
2090 is easily identified by the double doors at both ends. The other three saloons in the original batch had single doors and the most recent triplets, built at Boston Lodge, are a metre longer and have single doors at one end and a double at the other.