Red Star Parcels

Red Star Parcels

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Red Star Parcels which is different from Red Star Services Limited was a service which used passenger trains for transporting parcels between passenger railway stations throughout the United Kingdom, owned and operated by British Rail. It was introduced experimentally on 1 April 1963. Senders could despatch their consignments to selected stations at which the parcels were collected by the recipient.

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