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Modified 6-Feb-15
Created 22-Mar-11
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Albright and Wilson operated a fleet of 22 phosphoric acid tanks from their Marchon works. Originally built in 1972 they seem to have gone out of use about 1992. Some were mistakenly coded TTB instead of TUB (as they were a nominal 51t GLW).

PR70003 Albright & Wilson

PR70003 Albright & Wilson

PR70006 Albright & Wilson TUB

PR70006 Albright & Wilson TUB

PR70007 Albright & Wilson TUB [2]

PR70007 Albright & Wilson TUB [2]

PR70007 Albright & Wilson TUB

PR70007 Albright & Wilson TUB

PR70008 Albright & Wilson

PR70008 Albright & Wilson

PR70010 Albright & Wilson TTB

PR70010 Albright & Wilson TTB

PR70014 Albright & Wilson end

PR70014 Albright & Wilson end

PR70014 Albright & Wilson

PR70014 Albright & Wilson

PR70014 TTF Albright & Wilson Phosphoric acid Diag TU002A @ Stoke Wagon Repairs Marcrofts 82-04-15 © Paul Bartlett w

PR70014 TTF Albright & Wilson Phosphoric acid Diag TU002A @ Stoke Wagon Repairs Marcrofts 82-04-15 © Paul Bartlett w

PR70019 Albright & Wilson TTB

PR70019 Albright & Wilson TTB

PR70020 Albright & Wilson

PR70020 Albright & Wilson

Categories & Keywords
Category:Transportation
Subcategory:Railway
Subcategory Detail:
Keywords:Albright & Wilson, Phosphoric acid tank, Railway wagon, TTB, TUB, private owner