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In 1940 the MoS for the BEF converted SR PMVs (23 according to Gould but he does not identify many) as mobile workshops, equipped with lathe, grinder, press etc. each had a pair of SR vans - store and generator. Written up, with small drawings in Modern Transport March 30 1940. Remarkable survivors - side door is not original.

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Categories & Keywords
Category:Transportation
Subcategory:Railway
Subcategory Detail:
Keywords:BEF, British Expeditionary Force, MoS Mobile railway workshop, Private owner, Railway wagon, Workshop