Plastic buffet car as fully flitted out
|Levin, Richard (1910-2000)
|Hobbs Offen & Co. Ltd
|Black and white
|Architectural Press Archive / RIBA Collections
|Food & drink ; Plastics ; Trains
NOTES: The interior of this Pullman car was remodelled as the Trianon Bar for the re-introduction of the Golden Arrow in 1946. The designer was Richard Levin, employed by Bakelite Limited and it was the first all-plastic refreshment car to run on Britain's railways. The walls are alternate grey and pink Warerite panels, while the bar top and transverse partition are in cream Warerite.
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