Found more wagons, EXP 6 and EVP 2 formally at Hillwood strawberry farm. Then a few goods wagons at Les Dick's yard in Inveresk there classification eludes me at the moment.
Found more wagons, EXP 6 and EVP 2 formally at Hillwood strawberry farm. Then a few goods wagons at Les Dick's yard in Inveresk there classification eludes me at the moment.Thanks for locating them Electric C. I was wondering where they went. Do you have an address?
Done it again! This one is at Bridgenorth. The old bloke that lives in it says the roof is original (two hights??), it is on its original steel 45 foot long under frame too. He's lived in it since the mid 90's when they got it from the farm on the opposite side of the road!
An ABS perhaps?
An ABS perhaps?It is an ABS Sleeping Carriage, 2 in class, converted from ABE class 1906 -1909. Built by Ashbury in 1891.
Also BC concrete wagon they those ones that had 3 separate little silos on them?
Haha glad you like it. No address as such look on google earth you will see a creek running along the west tamar highway/ rosevears drive junction it's over the creek the on the section closest to rosevears drive, someone stole my handheld GPS so I can't get grid refs.I had a look via Google satellite view (haven't got the Google Earth plug-in on my work computer) and can make out an object bridging the creek where you described at Google co-ordinates: -41.353767,147.032982. Is that it?
Found CD 6, I'd seen this wagon from my school bus years ago, and thought nothing of it until they cleared some of the blackberries last week!