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Bogie Bolster No. 64, 66 and 99


Was originally purchased, with Bogie Bolster Wagons Nos. 97 & 98, for the Granada production Jewel in the Crown. Further details of all five of these units can be found at Bogie Bolster Wagons Nos. 97 & 98.

No. 64 was sold to the film company which made the James Bond film Goldeneye, and was used on one of the sets where a helicopter burst out of a train.

No. 66 and No. 99 were sold to the North Norfolk Railway during 2010, with No. 66 going for further use, and No.99 being broken up for spares.

References:
Coaches that have left Quainton - Quainton News No. 100 - October 2008


Origin :- GWR / British Rail Date Built :- unknown Number :- 64, 66 and 99
Diagram :- Lot :- Tare Weight :-
Type :- Bogie bolster Builder :- unknown Wheelbase :-

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