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File:Mark 1 coach 6313 at Bristol Temple Meads 2006-03-01 03.jpg

British Railways Mark 1 brake generator van 6313 being used as a barrier wagon and support coach to a rake of w:Pullman dining cars and an EWS Class 59 locomotive, photographed at Bristol Temple Meads.

Note the two different types of coupling avilable - traditional hook and chain and the more modern "buckeye".

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