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TITLE
Carriage arrangement for the Royal Train
EXTERNAL ID
Z_KIGHF_7_14
PERIOD
1880s
SOURCE
Highland Folk Museum
ASSET ID
7464
KEYWORDS
Royal Train
trains
Queen Victoria
transport
railways
carriages
journeys
tourismed
Carriage arrangement for the Royal Train

This diagram shows the 'Arrangement of Carriages composing Her Majesty's Train from Ballater to Windsor on Tuesday the 23rd and Wednesday the 24th November 1880'.

Queen Victoria enjoyed travelling in the Highlands and her many visits created considerable interest in the area. This document shows that she travelled with a considerable retinue as the train included carriages for men servants, pages and upper servants, dressers and ladies' maids, personal servants and the Queen's dressers, Queen Victoria and Princess Beatrice, two carriages for other Honourable Ladies and Gentlemen, and two carriages for directors. The type and number of each carriage is also given on the plan

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Carriage arrangement for the Royal Train

1880s

Royal Train; trains; Queen Victoria; transport; railways; carriages; journeys; tourismed

Highland Folk Museum

Highland Folk Museum (documents)

This diagram shows the 'Arrangement of Carriages composing Her Majesty's Train from Ballater to Windsor on Tuesday the 23rd and Wednesday the 24th November 1880'.<br /> <br /> Queen Victoria enjoyed travelling in the Highlands and her many visits created considerable interest in the area. This document shows that she travelled with a considerable retinue as the train included carriages for men servants, pages and upper servants, dressers and ladies' maids, personal servants and the Queen's dressers, Queen Victoria and Princess Beatrice, two carriages for other Honourable Ladies and Gentlemen, and two carriages for directors. The type and number of each carriage is also given on the plan