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In 1946 the Ministry of Supply shipped 7,000 mineral wagons to France with a cupboard door arrangement. In 1953 many were returned and refurbished, some retaining continental fittings. They had gone from mainline use by 1966.

B194xxx door

B194xxx door

B194xxx SNCF

B194xxx SNCF

B194xxx

B194xxx

B190044

B190044

B194731 No. 3 [2]

B194731 No. 3 [2]

B194731 No. 3 [3]

B194731 No. 3 [3]

B194731 No. 3

B194731 No. 3

BSC 5 = B195076

BSC 5 = B195076

CDB191191 [1]

CDB191191 [1]

CDB191191 [2]

CDB191191 [2]

NCB78291 = B192292

NCB78291 = B192292

NCB78698 = B196483

NCB78698 = B196483

No. 4 B194xxx end

No. 4 B194xxx end

No. 4 B194xxx

No. 4 B194xxx

No. 6 B19xxxx

No. 6 B19xxxx

No. 16 B19xxxx [0]

No. 16 B19xxxx [0]

No. 16 B19xxxx [2]

No. 16 B19xxxx [2]

No. 16 B19xxxx [3]

No. 16 B19xxxx [3]

No. 16 B19xxxx [4]

No. 16 B19xxxx [4]

No. 16 B19xxxx [5]

No. 16 B19xxxx [5]

Categories & Keywords
Category:Transportation
Subcategory:Railway
Subcategory Detail:
Keywords:BR/SNCF Mineral, MoS Mineral, Railway wagon, cupboard door Mineral


Guestbook for BR/SNCF 16T Mineral MoS cupboard door
1.Paul Thomas(non-registered)
I remember these being used by BTP - British Titanium Products between Grimsby Docks and the BTP factory on the Humber. They were used for importing ilmenite, and were painted in a light blue colour, this was in the early 70s.
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