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Modified 11-Apr-11
Created 25-Mar-11
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Unusually 8 Bogie bolsters were built by Procor in 1974 and used by Sheerness Steel. At this time most steel was produced by nationalised BSC and used BR owned wagons. From the early 1980s the wagons were rebuilt as boxes for carrying scrap.

PR3000 POA scrap

PR3000 POA scrap

PR3000 PXA

PR3000 PXA

PR3000 Sheerness Steel

PR3000 Sheerness Steel

PR3001 PXA

PR3001 PXA

PR3002 POA

PR3002 POA

PR3003 102t scrap

PR3003 102t scrap

PR3003 bolster

PR3003 bolster

PR3003 box scrap

PR3003 box scrap

PR3003 POA

PR3003 POA

PR3004 bolster

PR3004 bolster

PR3005 PXA

PR3005 PXA

PR3005 PXA [1]

PR3005 PXA [1]

PR3005 PXA scrap

PR3005 PXA scrap

PR3005 Sheerness Steel

PR3005 Sheerness Steel

PR3006 bolster

PR3006 bolster

PR3006 scrap

PR3006 scrap

PR3006 Sheerness Steel

PR3006 Sheerness Steel

PR3007 PXA

PR3007 PXA

Categories & Keywords
Category:Transportation
Subcategory:Railway
Subcategory Detail:
Keywords:Bogie bolsters, JXA, POA, PXA, Private owner, Procor, Railway wagon, Scrap, Sheerness Steel, Sheerness Steel bolster, Sheerness Steel scrap box