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The ones you want are those labelled as 'BR Mk1' and 'Blue Ribband' for matching stock. Not those labelled '57' Suburban'. Blue/Grey was introduced in 1965 so the sight of diesels pulling a mix of blue/grey and maroon coaches was not uncommon either for a few years after that. Description Now in stock and available for immediate dispatch is one of the stunning Darstaed finescale O gauge Mk1 SLF/S coaches, finished in maroon livery. The interior bunk detailing can be easily adjusted to allow the coach to run as either a first or a second coach. BR Mk 1 Midland Region Maroon Coaches For ease I have separated these out into the individual liveries available of all four coach types. We are taking advance orders for these now for despatch as soon as they become available. Hornby R4782 BR Mk1 Maroon Parcels Coach No; E24693 (no crest) OO Gauge About Us Delivery Information Payment Information Returns Policy How it started; I have been interested in model trains since I was a child. The Mk 1 coaches were built in two distinct batches, the early vehicles (1951–60) and the ‘Commonwealth’ stock (named from the type of bogie used) from 1961 onwards. Built of steel, the coaches were produced in a multitude of different formats and gradually replaced pre-nationalisation coaches across all the regions.