lets hope they don't do as pacific national did and scrap every wagon they could get their hands on...!!
there are a few other types that would be nice to see preserved..any that were built at the inveresk workshops for an example.
Over the past couple of years I have made submissions to Aldermen of the Launceston City Council to build an addition to its Inveresk site to house its collection of Industrial Heritage which includes Agricultural, Transport, Road, Marine, Air and Rail. The idea being that people could get to see the collection that is locked away from the public. Included could be a place for a Heritage Fleet of Diesel Locomotives and wagons.This Heritage precinct could be located in the block bounded by the end of the DRR tracks and the station.
Lets no forget Tasmania (the T.G.R) were the Australian leader in Aluminium wagon design and construction with the QF Coal wagons in the 1960's.
More lobbying of the Council may help?