Copied from the LNERCA's Facebook page - I'm surprised that it doesn't seem to have been shared here yet 'Great Northern Railway 12 wheeled Brake Third Open Dining no. 436 built 1901 This carriage has previously been unrecorded on the Railway Heritage Register. It has come to light as the property it is located at is currently going through change of ownership. The new owner contacted the Bluebell Railway via Facebook. On Sat 4th January members of the LNER Coach Association, LNER Society and GNR Society went the survey the carriage. Sadly, it is in poor structural condition and will be difficult to move. It was cut into 2 halves to move to site upon withdrawal in 1924, the none brake end has little floor left and lots of missing roof. Amazingly it has many picture frames complete with photographs and many original features. The LNERCA can find use of many fittings from it to help with the restoration of East Coast Joint Stock Dining Car 189, however in light of the historical significance of this carriage (Howlden clerestory, 65’ body, 12 wheeler), we would be interested to hear from anyone who would like to save it. The LNERCA does not have resource or capacity to take this on. The best option would be to cut the body into sections to remove from site and put into store.' https://www.facebook.com/263887476964057/posts/2927960293890082/ https://twitter.com/LNERCA/status/1220027105569918977 Clearly it would be a daunting restoration challenge but surely, this one is too special to be allowed to slip away?