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Jose Mesa Auto Whsle 11h
I have always loved wagons but lately has the market cornered. American were really popular in the sixties and seventies but the all wheel drive system is what made the Subaru popular today.
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Kevin Mikovits 11h
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Richard Bywater Oct 16
No.1799 : 16th October 1973 After 18 years of service British Railways 16 Ton Mineral Wagon B181001 built at Derby in 1955 is despatched from Norwood to Woodham Bros., Barry Dock for breaking up
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Richard Bywater Oct 17
No.313 : LMS London Midland & Scottish Railway 12 Ton Vacuum Braked Ventilated Van M234281 built at Wolverton in 1931. Bauxite Brown livery + Chalk Scrawlings at Millerhill 27/7/64 🤓
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Richard Bywater Oct 16
No.312 : LMS London Midland & Scottish Railway 12 Ton Ballast Wagon DM742602 built at Derby in 1942. Coded SOLE by British Railways. Loaded with scrap & detritus at Millerhill Yard 18/4/65 🤓
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fearless freep🍁 Oct 14
The 20 best wagons ever made...
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AntiqueFarmEquipment Oct 14
/Carriages FOR SALE: Antique buckboard style wagon
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Richard Bywater Oct 14
British Railways 27 Ton Iron Ore Tippler Wagon B385782 built at Derby in 1958. Later vacuum braked, redeployed on stone traffic before passing to Engineer's use. Preserved on & pic'd at Quorn 8/9/19 🤓
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Richard Bywater Oct 15
No.1798 : 15th October 1976 Sand in British Railways 13 Ton Highfit Open wagon B483113 from Cheadle to Burton on Trent for the British Rail Board Divisional Civil Engineers
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Geoff Love Oct 14
Make the move to Arvada Colorado
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Richard Bywater Oct 13
British Railways 16 Ton Mineral Wagon B122615 built by Fairfields Ship Building & Engineering Co., Chepstow 1954. Original body style with top flap doors. Preserved at Keighley on Pic'd 5/6/19 🤓
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Richard Bywater Oct 12
No.553 : British Rail CDA Covered Hopper 375059 built by BREL Doncaster in 1988 for Cornish China Clay traffic for ECC. Carrying EWS livery & clay dust at Lostwithiel 24/10/13 🤓
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Richard Bywater Oct 12
No.1795 : 12th October 1964 GLASS - WITH GREAT CARE - Sheeted in British Railways 13 Ton Highfit B487821 from St Helens to Ruskington for Institute of Technology, RAF Cranwell
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Richard Bywater Oct 11
No.311 : Southern Railway 10 Ton Bogie Utility Van S4590S built at Ashford in 1938. To British Rail Internal User stores van 083372. Rather dilapidated at Eastleigh Works 17/7/89 Preserved 🤓
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Sean Kilcarr Oct 15
An article charts the importance of to economic growth -- even when said transportation was accomplished by horse-drawn .
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Richard Bywater Oct 14
No.310 : British Railways 40 Ton Bogie Armour Plate AB wagon B908516. One of the Six built by L&Y/Standard Wagon in 1958. Sandwiched between a Conflat and Brake Van at Millerhill Yard 15/11/64 🤓
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FarmZilla Classified 7h
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SCarn 5h
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Farmhouse Vacations 8h
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WagonsDaily Oct 18
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