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In 1987 Procor built 10 new box open wagons using bogies recovered from earlier tank wagons. There were 4 which had conventional buffing gear at one end only and automatic at the other. The other 6 were inners with only auto couplings. They were used by Foster Yeoman, but not necessarily together, but as fillers with other similar wagons.

PR3160 PXA @ Grain Foster Yeoman 92-05-10 © Paul Bartlett w

PR3160 PXA @ Grain Foster Yeoman 92-05-10 © Paul Bartlett w

PR3163 PXA @ Merehead Foster Yeoman 88-10-23 © Paul Bartlett w

PR3163 PXA @ Merehead Foster Yeoman 88-10-23 © Paul Bartlett w

PR3164 PXA @ Merehead Foster Yeoman 88-10-23 © Paul Bartlett w

PR3164 PXA @ Merehead Foster Yeoman 88-10-23 © Paul Bartlett w

PR3166 PXA @ Merehead Foster Yeoman 88-10-23 © Paul Bartlett w

PR3166 PXA @ Merehead Foster Yeoman 88-10-23 © Paul Bartlett w

PR3169 PXA @ Merehead Foster Yeoman 88-10-23 © Paul Bartlett w

PR3169 PXA @ Merehead Foster Yeoman 88-10-23 © Paul Bartlett w

Categories & Keywords
Category:Transportation
Subcategory:Railway
Subcategory Detail:
Keywords:Foster Yeoman, PXA, Procor, Yeoman, aggregate open