The other side of the observation compartment on number 11 is finished now.
I'm always stuck by the way these two sets of seats face each other across the carriage - it's rather redolent of the trains on the London tube and Glasgow underground.
Or perhaps the inspiration wasn't taken from railway practice but the House of Commons? It looks familiar, doesn't it, with those two forward (or backward?) facing seats by the bulkhead.
When the next generation of FR observation carriages were built, starting with 100, they had individual swivelling seats taking full advantage of the more generous loading gauge but, as I've written before, I think the cosy inside of 11 has got much more atmosphere.