On the other side of the platform Mr Monkey examined a London and South Western M7 0-4-4T tank engine, built in 1897. Then he looked over the Tri-composite Brake Carriage behind it. This carriage has First, Second and Third class compartments for passengers, and a brake compartment for the guard. And there's a lavatory, too. None of the compartments are very big, though.
You can read about the M7 at the Southern Railway Email Group (SREmG) website.
Return to Mr Monkey at the National Railway Museum
Copyright Rik Shepherd and Mr Monkey.