B Set Coaches were introduced in the mid 1920's to work in pairs, typically on branchline passenger services. The coaches were fitted with modern electric lighting and yet had traditional compartments that passengers at the time preferred. Another noticeable feature of the coach design is the large number of doors that aided efficient boarding and disembarkation of the trains at busy times.
The Dapol model of the B Set Coach features:
- A Pair of Coaches included
- Detailed moulded body and chassis
- Finely applied livery and decoration
- Traditional sprung coupling