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Created 19-Mar-11
Large numbers of wagons were built to the smaller UK loading gauge that were registered to work extensively across Europe, transferring using ferries and more recently the Channel Tunnel. Brakes, couplings and suspension all had to be compatible. The variety of wagons, and the loads that they carried was very large, but hazardous loads were not permitted through the Chunnel, so many interesting wagons no longer come to the UK.
In recent years, there has been an increasing trend for wagons which usually work only in the UK to be registered as "international".
Each wagon type has its own letter based describer, and TOPS codes are not normally shown.

Ferry Chemical & Food tank wagons

Collections 22
Modified 19-Jul-14
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Ferry Chemical & Food tank wagons

Ferry Dry powder

Collections 3
Modified 23-Nov-16
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Ferry Dry powder

Ferry Hoppers & Aggregate opens

Collections 5
Modified 9-Oct-17
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Ferry Hoppers & Aggregate opens

Ferry Petroleum, LPG, volatiles and Bitumen Tank wagons

Collections 6
Modified 26-May-14
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Ferry Petroleum, LPG, volatiles and Bitumen Tank wagons

Ferry - Other - cars, scrap, iron ore, grain, container flat

Collections 16
Modified 7-Jun-14
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Ferry - Other - cars, scrap, iron ore, grain, container flat

Ferry vans

Collections 18
Modified 26-Mar-12
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Ferry vans