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Created 13-Apr-11
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Minilink and Maxilink were Freightliner experiments to permit the transfer of containers without cranage.
NOTE – These photographs are low quality scans and may not print well. Do not order larger prints.

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400297 FBA & 79970, 79979, 79968, 79961 containers ex SAA bolster wagon Minilink conversion ex Diag SB001A Lot 3728 Ashford 1971 @ Willesden Sudbury 87-10-25 © Paul Bartlett w

400297 FBA & 79970, 79979, 79968, 79961 containers ex SAA bolster wagon Minilink conversion ex Diag SB001A Lot 3728 Ashford 1971 @ Willesden Sudbury 87-10-25 © Paul Bartlett w

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RDC601121 Maxilink @ Cricklewood 89-04-15 © Paul Bartlett w

RDC601121 Maxilink @ Cricklewood 89-04-15 © Paul Bartlett w

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Categories & Keywords
Category:Transportation
Subcategory:Railway
Subcategory Detail:
Keywords:FBA, Freightliner, Maxilink, Maxilink container, Minilink, Minilink container, PXA, Railway wagon, container