According to a report from the VoBR they are in touch with two groups from the Long Marston (former MOD site), who want to find a new home for their vehicles. https://vobrct.blogspot.com/2018/03/report-of-march-2018-vobr-trust-board.html?spref=fb These are the two concerning vehicles: GWR 4777 Collett bow-ended Corridor Third built BR W55025 Class 121 DMBS (later Departmental 'Bubble Car') built 1962 Are there any news concerning the planned accomodation of these two vehicles of interest? Besides the two named choaches, there are a handfull carriages owned by the Avon Valley Railway according to vintage carriage trust Website. BR 3746 Mk 1 Tourist Second Open built 1953 BR 3749 Mk 1 Tourist Second Open built 1953 BR 34531 Mk 1 Brake Corridor Second built 1955 BR 14031 Mk 2 Brake Corridor First built 1966 BR 25735 Mk 1 Corridor Second built 1961 I've heard that the AVR tried to sell these carriages of high demand. Does anyone have news what'll be their fate? I am sceptical about the AVR's ability to restore these vehicles. The best solution would be a sale of these to interested groups. If you want to get more Details of These carriages, just start a search with the Location "Long Marston" on the vintage carriage trust Website. http://www.cs.vintagecarriagestrust.org/se/search.asp Unfortunately not everything got regularly updated, but most of the UK's carriages are being documentated in this useful Website. Cheers.