The remainder of the first class interior for number 11 has been completed.
As well as the observation section at the rear the carriage has a compartment behind with four seats arranged around the central corridor.
It doesn't show up so well in the photograph here but the right hand seat at the back is wider than the other three, and the sliding door leading into the guard's compartment is offset.
I do not know if once upon a time this was considered to be a double seat and two passengers used to be expected to squeeze themselves into it but I doubt that's still the case now. Is it?
This compartment is also the only access point into the carriage for passengers but there is a second door, with a frosted glass panel and engraved FR crest, which separates it from the observation saloon.
With both doors closed and the train underway it makes for a very convivial little space for you and your companions.