9005 at Buckfastleigh
9005 was built in 1937 as a saloon for special charter traffic or inspection train use. It is also known to have been used on the Royal Train, including having conveyed HM King Edward VIII shortly before his abdication. It is equipped with a kitchen, galley, fridges, wine coolers, store room, guards brake and two seating areas. One seating area is equipped with first class seating for fourteen and the other is an observation saloon with seating for seven plus an area that can be used for setting out tables for buffets. It is corridor connected at both ends.