guard's van


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the car on a train that is occupied by the guard

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The two-berth guard's van now has a coal-burning stove, a double guards bed, a bench/sofa, electric oven, grill and hob and everything that you need for self-catering.
The engine, tender, guard's van and the first three passenger carriages were instantly enveloped in dense smoke and flames, which soon spread to the fourth carriage and the front of the leading post office van.
A short train formed of locomotive No2 Dolgoch, one carriage and a guard's van ran to the 1950 timetable.
There will also be short guard's van rides in Toad, the brake-van, pulled by Thomas.
There will also be short guard's van rides in Toad, the brake-van, pulled by Thomas, for a truly atmospheric experience.
Kuryu's pursuit of the truth takes him and Amamiya to Busan, South Korea, to track down the guard's van, which has mysteriously gone missing.
He eventually stopped shouting and swearing at me so I went into the guard's van and made a message on the Tannoy apologising to everyone on the train for the disturbance.
Barry's pictures include one taken from the driver's footplate of an LMS Loco and another from the guard's van at the end of another train.
Most people know there is one place for a wheelchair on trains - in the guard's van.
My mother worked at Highley railway station as a booking clerk during the war and I was often put in the guard's van on the train and sent to Arley.
A WHEELCHAIR--BOUND MP hit out yesterday after having to travel in a train guard's van.
My clips, competently enough written, spoke another language--engines, lines, points and guard's van for locomotive, tracks, switches and caboose.
The one that finally got them there was so full that passengers, some with pounds 146 first-class tickets, had to travel in the guard's van.
Ronnie Biggs was not part of that raid but Mr Owen said other Great Train Robbers were - Bruce Reynolds was probably the man who tied him up, Jimmy White acted as lookout, and Ray James was one of the men he saw in the guard's van.
We begged him to take us in the guard's van as far as Nunthorpe station and allow us off on the platform there.