Location wise, the Pullman means business — walking distance to ACC Liverpool, home to BT Convention Centre, Echo Arena and Exhibition Centre Liverpool for a slew of business and leisure events.
Feast spectacularly and let the champagne flow as you travel to some of the country’s greatest destinations.
Reserved for use by Royalty and visiting Heads of State. Featured in the film ‘Agatha’ with Vanessa Redgrave and Dustin Hoffman.
In 1948 was used, with sister car Mona, to convey H. Queen Elizabeth (later the Queen Mother) to Brighton. Preserved as a restaurant at The Horseless Carriage, Chingford, Essex, and later at the Colne Valley Railway, Castle Hedingham, Essex. Sold to La Compagnie Internationale des Wagons-Lits et des Grands Express Européens for service in Italy. in 1928 and returned to Britain for Golden Arrow service. Served on Ocean Liner services and Bournemouth Belle until 1939.
Favourite carriage of Queen Elizabeth The Queen Mother: used by General de Gaulle and visiting Heads of State; made last journey of Golden Arrow 1972. Roof extensively repaired, rejoined Brighton Belle in 1947. Retired in 1965 as part of the final run of the Tees-Tyne Pullman. Transported the Queen on her visit to Sussex University 1964.
Used by Royalty to review the Fleet in 1953 and for Prince Charles’ and Princess Anne’s first trip on an electric train in 1954. Damaged in 1940 by air raid at Victoria Station, repaired and rejoined Brighton Belle in 1947. Used in the special Festival of Britain rake in 1951.