During and since WW2 the War Department has used Warflat and Warwell wagons to carry tanks and other armoured vehicles etc. Although they can be loaded from end loading banks there were 75 flat wagons which had removable wheelsets/axleguards and buffers which could hinge out of the way. They then lowered the end and used them as a loading ramp. The photographs give the idea. There was no identification at all on the one seen at Newcastle - although clearly not in internal use! They were built 1941 - 2 and just 5 were registered on TOPS MODA95000 - 04.

MOD Unident ramp bw 2

MOD Unident ramp bw 2

MOD Unident ramp bw

MOD Unident ramp bw

MOD Unident ramp remove end

MOD Unident ramp remove end

MOD Unidentified ramp 1

MOD Unidentified ramp 1

MOD Unidentified ramp 2

MOD Unidentified ramp 2

MOD Unidentified ramp centre

MOD Unidentified ramp centre

MOD Unidentified ramp end

MOD Unidentified ramp end

MOD Unidentified ramp side

MOD Unidentified ramp side

MODA 95000 ramp 1

MODA 95000 ramp 1

MODA 95000 ramp 2

MODA 95000 ramp 2

MODA 95000 ramp centre

MODA 95000 ramp centre

MODA 95000 ramp deck 1

MODA 95000 ramp deck 1

MODA 95000 ramp deck 2

MODA 95000 ramp deck 2

MODA 95000 ramp end 1

MODA 95000 ramp end 1

MODA 95000 ramp side end 2

MODA 95000 ramp side end 2

MODA 95000 ramp side end 3

MODA 95000 ramp side end 3

MODA 95000 ramp side end

MODA 95000 ramp side end

MODA 95000 ramp under end

MODA 95000 ramp under end

MODA 95004 ramp 1

MODA 95004 ramp 1

MODA 95004 ramp 2

MODA 95004 ramp 2

Categories & Keywords
Category:Transportation
Subcategory:Railway
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Keywords:MoDA, MoDA Ramp wagon, PXP, Private owner, Railway wagon, Ramp wagon, Warflat, Warwell