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The LNER (and NERly earlier) had 4-wheel plates and also double bolsters. Later designs were very similar and bolsters were convertable to plates, the Flats were very similar. Later the LNER was very interested in vacuum brake and a number had this from new.

ADE35164

ADE35164

E36112

E36112

LDE135368 ZSR [2]

LDE135368 ZSR [2]

LDE135368 ZSR [0]

LDE135368 ZSR [0]

LDE135368 ZSR [1]

LDE135368 ZSR [1]

KDE184658

KDE184658

E184667

E184667

E.211777 PLATE

E.211777 PLATE

DE212020 ZDO

DE212020 ZDO

E212085 [1]

E212085 [1]

E212085 [2]

E212085 [2]

E212085 @ Whitemoor 80-06-28 � Paul Bartlett w

E212085 @ Whitemoor 80-06-28 � Paul Bartlett w

DE212315 R.D.1437'5

DE212315 R.D.1437'5

E239666 Plate Pres @ DVLR Murton Agricultural museum 2012-07-01 � Paul Bartlett

E239666 Plate Pres @ DVLR Murton Agricultural museum 2012-07-01 � Paul Bartlett

DE239961 [1]

DE239961 [1]

DE239961

DE239961

DE242296

DE242296

DE250470 CCE LM

DE250470 CCE LM

E240559=83

E240559=83

[DRT]81009 + DE242225

[DRT]81009 +  DE242225

Categories & Keywords
Category:Transportation
Subcategory:Railway
Subcategory Detail:
Keywords:Bolster, Flat, LNER Double Bolster, LNER Flat, LNER Plate, Plate, Railway wagon, SPV, ZDO, ZDV, ZSR, ZVV