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NBR 8-Ton Double-Ended No. 65013 - This wagon was acquired from the Admiralty at Rosyth, and was probably rebuilt there. It has Glasgow & South Western Railway type end tipping doors, but other components are from the North British Railway.

NBR 8-Ton Double-Ended No. 65013 - This wagon was acquired from the Admiralty at Rosyth, and was probably rebuilt there. It has Glasgow & South Western Railway type end tipping doors, but other components are from the North British Railway.

SECR 7 Plank Open Goods Wagon No 16194 - This is an example of a Southern Eastern and Chatham Railway diagram s2139/2 7-plank Open Goods Wagon. A prototype was built in 1915 and tested in service. 2120 more of these were built between 1919 and 1927. They had a 12 Ton capacity, a wheelbase of nine feet six inches and were fitted with self-contained buffers. One batch was built by Cravens in 1921, but most were built at Ashford Works by the SECR or the SR (from 1923 and to SR diagram 1355).

SECR 7 Plank Open Goods Wagon No 16194 - This is an example of a Southern Eastern and Chatham Railway diagram s2139/2 7-plank Open Goods Wagon. A prototype was built in 1915 and tested in service. 2120 more of these were built between 1919 and 1927. They had a 12 Ton capacity, a wheelbase of nine feet six inches and were fitted with self-contained buffers. One batch was built by Cravens in 1921, but most were built at Ashford Works by the SECR or the SR (from 1923 and to SR diagram 1355).

SR 5 Plank Open Goods Wagon No 10013 - These wagons were classed as "rebuilds" because, despite the body and underframe being new, the wheelsets, axleboxes and springs were recovered from ex-LSWR vehicles. The frames were non-standard to accommodate the wider axle journal centres of the LSWR wheelsets.

SR 5 Plank Open Goods Wagon No 10013 - These wagons were classed as "rebuilds" because, despite the body and underframe being new, the wheelsets, axleboxes and springs were recovered from ex-LSWR vehicles. The frames were non-standard to accommodate the wider axle journal centres of the LSWR wheelsets.

GWR 'VAN' No.145428 to Dia. V34 Lot 1431 between 1941 & 1945.

GWR 'VAN' No.145428 to Dia. V34 Lot 1431 between 1941 & 1945.

12 ton Palvan, British Railways No.B773149. CLV204, Johnnie Walker No.JW6057

12 ton Palvan, British Railways No.B773149. CLV204, Johnnie Walker No.JW6057

Great Northern Railway Open Wagon No.512026

Great Northern Railway Open Wagon No.512026

LBSCR Hi-Bar Open Goods Wagon No 3346 - This LBSCR wagon was reconstructed almost from scratch.

LBSCR Hi-Bar Open Goods Wagon No 3346 - This LBSCR wagon was reconstructed almost from scratch.

12 ton Banana Van, British Railways No.B881741

12 ton Banana Van, British Railways No.B881741

Leith General Warehousing Co. Covered 10 ton Grain Hopper Wagon - No. 120 - This wagon is not complete internally. It originally had sloping floors and bottom hopper doors. It was part of a large fleet of similar vehicles operated by the company.

Leith General Warehousing Co. Covered 10 ton Grain Hopper Wagon - No. 120 - This wagon is not complete internally. It originally had sloping floors and bottom hopper doors. It was part of a large fleet of similar vehicles operated by the company.

LBSCR 6 ton Box Van No 8196 - Built by the LBSCR in 1913, No.8196 was of 8-ton capacity, a tare weight of 6 tons 10 cwt and 21'4" long. It was built to LBSCR Diag.8, which became SR Diag.1433. Renumbered by the Southern Railway as No.46544, it was withdrawn on 5th May 1943

LBSCR 6 ton Box Van No 8196 - Built by the LBSCR in 1913, No.8196 was of 8-ton capacity, a tare weight of 6 tons 10 cwt and 21'4" long. It was built to LBSCR Diag.8, which became SR Diag.1433. Renumbered by the Southern Railway as No.46544, it was withdrawn on 5th May 1943

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