In 1988 the Driving Van Trailer (DVT) was introduced to mainline use. These coaches features a driving cab at one end which enabled the head locomotive to be controlled from the other end of the train. This then eliminated the need to move the locomotive from the front of the train. These units were initially used on the West Coast Main Line (WCML) with Class 90's and were later used on Class 86's, 87's and 67's. They can still be seen on express passenger trains running up and down the country.
- Finely detailed body and chassis
- Finely applied and accurate livery
- NEM pockets
- Working lights
- DCC ready with the provision of a 6 pin decoder socket
- Accessory bag with optionally added detail and alternate couplers