Ha Ha, well i cant quote numbers on all things, memory is not that good.
Society Owned (all in Healesville Yard)
QN 33 Fully Operational. Recent Repaint
QN 39 Fully Operational. Wanting repaint
QN 100 Fully Operational. No side doors due to gas axe attack
WT 498 Water Tank, starting restoration.
BW 1 Pass Car
BW 32 Pass Car
BW 35 Pass Car
MT 32 ex AW, VFW.
ZMF Guards van, no underframe
CA 3 Guards van, good nick.
ZLP 68. Undergoing final works in restoration. Internal Repaint underway.
M 1364 Tait car
Privately owned or allocated
BW (round roof)
BW (round roof)
ZLP (no bogies, on goods road)
GY 17001 (allocated, ex 707)
I think you have them all now
Owned by the Society
W250 - @ Healesville - Fully Operational (but not finished, still needs some cosmetics)
T341 - @ Seymour - Operable, but certainly not in "as new" condition.
J 516 - @Healesville - Hidden in the back of the workshop. Once some of the higher priority jobs are out the way, will get a good going over.
RM 62 - @ Healesville - Now has all major components to begin restoration. As for when, its further up the list than the j, but not by much
RT 17 - @ Healesville - When a cheep Fordson Major becomes available, and we gain more motivation towards it, we will look at it.
Owned by Others
B75 - @ Seymour - Really the only connection to the society is that some YVTR members own it.
J 541 - @ VGR - Again YVTR members are involved, however its intended to return to Healesville once its lease is complete with VGR.
RM 22 - @ Healesville - From ARHS Vic. Mech work is about finished, its operable but still requires the cosmetics to finish. Once the ZLP is finished in a few weeks time, it will be the only job in the workshop until its completed.
Cars 1 - 40 were clerestory roof style. Cars 60 - 68 were longer cars with arched roof construction.
Between 1911 and 1925, cars 1 to 44 were placed into service. These were about 58' long and were of the clerestory roof style.
The number group was: 1 - 52 for the clerestory stock and 60 - 63, 65 for the arch roof stock.
Cars 1 - 40 were clerestory roof style. Cars 60 - 68 were longer cars with arched roof construction.Between 1911 and 1925, cars 1 to 44 were placed into service. These were about 58' long and were of the clerestory roof style.The number group was: 1 - 52 for the clerestory stock and 60 - 63, 65 for the arch roof stock.
Yep, from your own source.
Opens the possiblility that 40BW and 41BW were converted later?
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