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 Posted: Tue Sep 26th, 2017 01:32 am
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John (oztrainz) go to the top of the class !. This type of wagon t/table was common in Victorian times when major rly warehouses had bay after bay of internal loading/unloading platforms fed off 1 or 2 external sidings parallel to the long axis of the warehouse. 'Single rail' wagon TT's were more typical of open air spaces such as confined docks, industrial sidings etc.

Excellent pics Alwin, thanks.

Jose : more worrying than the TT road that leads nowhere is the lack of stop-blocks.

The longest piston tail rods I've ever seen on that 1st loco.

Regards,     Michael

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