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Modified 12-Apr-11
Created 20-Mar-11
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Clams and Rudds were both introduced in 1989 for ballast, spoil and sleepers. They had new bodies on underframes reclaimed from hopper wagons. They differed in that the Clams had fixed sides and ends and retained vacuum brake whereas the Rudds were similar to the older Tunny with 3 drop doors in the side but had air braking.
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Categories & Keywords
Category:Transportation
Subcategory:Railway
Subcategory Detail:
Keywords:Ballast railway wagon, Ballast wagon, Clam, Rudd, ZBA