Bogie cement carrying wagons were rare, however Clyde Cement operated a fleet of 36 mainly to Clitheroe from their Gartsherrie Works at Gunnie, close to the Motherwell steelworks, as slag was used to make the cement. The wagons went out of use in the mid 1990s, the frames, bogies and numbers being used for bogie steel scrap carriers.

RLS9800 PDA

RLS9800 PDA

RLS9801 PDA

RLS9801 PDA

RLS9805 PDA

RLS9805 PDA

RLS9808 PDA

RLS9808 PDA

RLS9809 PDA [1]

RLS9809 PDA [1]

RLS9809 PDA

RLS9809 PDA

RLS9811 PDA [2]

RLS9811 PDA [2]

RLS9811 PDA

RLS9811 PDA

RLS9815 PDA

RLS9815 PDA

RLS9826 PDA

RLS9826 PDA

RLS9831 PDA

RLS9831 PDA

RLS9832 PDA

RLS9832 PDA

Categories & Keywords
Category:Transportation
Subcategory:Railway
Subcategory Detail:
Keywords:Clyde Cement, PDA, Private owner, RLS Clyde Cement, RLS Clyde Cement tanks, Railway wagon