Category:British Rail Mk2 coaches

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English: British Rail's second design of carriages was designated Mark 2. The Mark 2 has a semi-integral construction, giving it more strength than a Mark 1 in the event of an accident. The prototype Mark 2 carriage (a First Corridor-type coach, number 13252) was built in 1963, and is now preserved at the National Railway Museum, York. The seven production runs were given sub-divisions identified as Mark 2 and Mark 2A to Mark 2F
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英鐵1型列車 (zh-hant); 英铁1型列车 (zh-cn); British Railways Mark 2 (en); 英铁1型列车 (zh-hans); イギリス国鉄マーク2客車 (ja)

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