Helena was a vintage four-wheeled coach from the Furness Railway.
Helena was built in 1882 and she worked on a Lakeside branch line on the Furness Railway running to Windermere. She operated with an engine named Albert, and another coached named, Victoria. Unlike Victoria, her fate was unknown and it is presumed that she was scrapped. However, Victoria later mentioned her to Edward, while they were being mended at Crovan's Gate.
Helena was painted blue with a white border around her windows.
- Helena was most likely named after Princess Helena of the United Kingdom, whose parents were Queen Victoria and Prince Albert, whom Victoria and Albert were respectively named after.