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Richard Bywater Oct 27
No.712 : Cartic-4 set 449 articulated car carrier wagon MAT 90181 built by BREL Ashford in 1971. Fully loaded with Rover Group new cars - Minis, Metros and Montegos at Stratford 2/11/90 🤓
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Richard Bywater 5h
No.713 : British Railways 21 Ton Ferry High-Bar open wagon ADB715027 built at Lancing Works in 1956. Transferred to Engineer's use as TOPS code ZGA & Rail Stores Green/Grey livery. East Wimbledon 5/5/91 🤓
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Richard Bywater Oct 26
No.711 : Southern Railway 25 Ton Brake Van DS55541 built at Lancing in 1928. Air Piped & transferred to the Engineers as TOPS code ZTR. Weathered Olive livery at Three Bridges 27/8/90. Preserved 🤓
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Alex's Transport Adventures Apr 17
Don't have any photos left of passenger trains, so instead I took a dip into the archives again. UID VTG JNA wagon. VTG 5447 JNA. NACO 3954 JNA. Mendip rail branded. NACO 3922 JNA Mendip rail branded. My📸. April '19
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Richard Bywater Oct 20
No.708 : British Railways 20 Ton Ferry Van B787140 built at Ashford 1963. Became an RBX Barrier wagon. Faded Bauxite livery 'Through to the Continent by British Rail' still visible on the door! Three Bridges 27/8/90 🤓
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Richard Bywater Oct 21
No.709 : British Railways 12 Ton Ventilated Van ADB778331 built Wolverton 1959. One of the handful that received Air Brakes. To ME engineers use as TOPS code ZRB. Olive green livery at Three Bridges 27/8/90 🤓
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Alex's Transport Adventures Oct 14
"Renewing the Tube!" MLA Low sided bogie box wagon No. 503009. Built by Greenbrier Europe at Wagonyswidnica for GBRF, delivered in mid '06. Wagon No. 9 of 90, as part of order ML001A. LUL Livery with Metronet and First* Decals removed.
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Paul Moore Jul 30
nice little garden growing in the MHA at Wembley yard
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Richard Bywater Jul 29
No.706 : 46 Tonne GLW Diesel Tank VTG 58250 built by Powell Duffryn, Cardiff 1966 as BRT's 57421. Passed to Procor, CAIB & then VTG. TOPS code TTA & Petroleum Sector logo. Long Marston 10/6/09 🤓
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Richard Bywater Jul 28
No.705 : Bogie 'Holdall' Ferry Van 83 80 4741 130-4 built by Waggon Union, Germany 1988. for Cargowaggon. Still in its original Grey & Blue livery under the grime as it passes through Crewe 7/4/18 🤓
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Richard Bywater Jul 30
No.707 : British Rail 45 Ton VDA Van 200802 built at Ashford in 1976. Rebuilt in 1992 to a ZCA Sea Urchin Ballast Wagon. Pic'd at Shipley 5/7/15 loaded with spent ballast on a Railvac train 🤓
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Richard Bywater Oct 25
No.710 : British Railways 20 Ton Shockhood B wagon DB726314 built at Derby 1962. Converted to a Dace TOPS code ZCV ballast wagon. Olive green livery at Three Bridges 27/8/90 🤓
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Alex's Transport Adventures Mar 3
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