Queen Alexandra’s Saloon. The London and North Western Railway, Collection: The National Railway Museum (No. 1983-7003) on display at Shildon. Queen Alexandra’s railway carriage was built in 1903 — a generation after Queen Victoria’s (on display at York: see below).

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Last modified 15 October 2016