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The LNER had an unusual 2 plank high bogie bolster, the design of which also resembled the Bogie Plate with two drop doors - these became a BR standard design, even down to being airbraked. Later Bogie Bolsters were steel but unexplained they were withdrawn quite early in BR days compared to earlier designs of other companies. Also contains NERly.

E129081 BOGIE BOLSTER C

E129081 BOGIE BOLSTER C

E15---- D-BOLSTER

E15---- D-BOLSTER

E159439 [0]

E159439 [0]

E159439 [1]

E159439 [1]

E159439 [2]

E159439 [2]

E159439 [3]

E159439 [3]

E159439 [4]

E159439 [4]

E159439 [5]

E159439 [5]

ADE159671 YVO [0]

ADE159671 YVO [0]

ADE159671 YVO [3]

ADE159671 YVO [3]

ADE159671 [1]

ADE159671 [1]

ADE159671 [2]

ADE159671 [2]

ADE159705 YNO

ADE159705 YNO

DE228894

DE228894

DE228943 YNO [1]

DE228943 YNO [1]

DE228943 YNO [2]

DE228943 YNO [2]

DE229053 SIGTROF

DE229053 SIGTROF

E306-34=5870

E306-34=5870

E306358=B507

E306358=B507

E306400

E306400

Categories & Keywords
Category:Transportation
Subcategory:Railway
Subcategory Detail:
Keywords:Bogie Bolster, Bogie Bolster B, Bogie Bolster C, Bogie Bolster D, Bogie Plate, LNER Bogie Bolster, LNER Bogie Plate, Railway wagon, YNO, YVO