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Created 27-Dec-11
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Representing a small fleet of five wagons allocated design code TIE113 built in 1958. These worked between Grangemouth and Rotterdam for Hex-1-ene. Photographs the day after the Harwich Ferry closed.

23 70 7392 400-1 BP Chemicals @ Parkestone Quay 87-01-31 © Paul Bartlett [1w]

23 70 7392 400-1 BP Chemicals @ Parkestone Quay 87-01-31 © Paul Bartlett [1w]

23 70 7392 400-1 BP Chemicals @ Parkestone Quay 87-01-31 © Paul Bartlett [2w]

23 70 7392 400-1 BP Chemicals @ Parkestone Quay 87-01-31 © Paul Bartlett [2w]

23 70 7392 400-1 BP Chemicals @ Parkestone Quay 87-01-31 © Paul Bartlett [3w]

23 70 7392 400-1 BP Chemicals @ Parkestone Quay 87-01-31 © Paul Bartlett [3w]

23 70 7392 400-1 BP Chemicals @ Parkestone Quay 87-01-31 © Paul Bartlett [4w]

23 70 7392 400-1 BP Chemicals @ Parkestone Quay 87-01-31 © Paul Bartlett [4w]

23 70 7392 401-9 BP Chemicals @ Parkestone Quay 87-01-31 © Paul Bartlett w

23 70 7392 401-9 BP Chemicals @ Parkestone Quay 87-01-31 © Paul Bartlett w

Categories & Keywords
Category:Transportation
Subcategory:Railway
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Keywords:BP Chemicals, BR ferry tank, Hex-1-ene, tank