Entered Cunard boat train service between Victoria and Southampton 1952. Later ran on Queen of Scots, Golden Arrow, Yorkshire Pullman, South of Wales Pullman and the high speed Talisman route before retiring in 1968.Built in 1928 as a First Class parlour car for the Queen of Scots Pullman.
In 1948 was used, with sister car Mona, to convey H. Queen Elizabeth (later the Queen Mother) to Brighton. Preserved as a restaurant at The Horseless Carriage, Chingford, Essex, and later at the Colne Valley Railway, Castle Hedingham, Essex. Sold to La Compagnie Internationale des Wagons-Lits et des Grands Express Européens for service in Italy. in 1928 and returned to Britain for Golden Arrow service. Served on Ocean Liner services and Bournemouth Belle until 1939.
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