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Modified 13-Mar-13
Created 13-Mar-13
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This wagon was seen in internal use at Lackenby steelworks. The frame is from a Scottish Oils wagon built in 1921 and the barrel is typical of a rivetted construction used during WW2. It is known that some SMBP tanks were damaged by enemy action, and this may have been one of them.
Typically for a Class A tank, it has a pair of red Shell logos on one side and a pair of green BP shields on the other.

SMBP2749 Class A @ Lackenby 89-07-28 � Paul Bartlett [1w]

SMBP2749 Class A @ Lackenby 89-07-28 � Paul Bartlett [1w]

SMBP2749 Class A @ Lackenby 89-07-28 � Paul Bartlett [2w]

SMBP2749 Class A @ Lackenby 89-07-28 � Paul Bartlett [2w]

SMBP2749 Class A @ Lackenby 89-07-28 � Paul Bartlett [3w]

SMBP2749 Class A @ Lackenby 89-07-28 � Paul Bartlett [3w]

SMBP2749 @ Lackenby 89-07-28 � Paul Bartlett [03w]

SMBP2749 @ Lackenby 89-07-28 � Paul Bartlett [03w]

SMBP2749 @ Lackenby 89-07-28 � Paul Bartlett [04w]

SMBP2749 @ Lackenby 89-07-28 � Paul Bartlett [04w]

SMBP2749 @ Lackenby 89-07-28 � Paul Bartlett [05w]

SMBP2749 @ Lackenby 89-07-28 � Paul Bartlett [05w]

SMBP2749 @ Lackenby 89-07-28 � Paul Bartlett [06w]

SMBP2749 @ Lackenby 89-07-28 � Paul Bartlett [06w]

SMBP2749 @ Lackenby 89-07-28 � Paul Bartlett [07w]

SMBP2749 @ Lackenby 89-07-28 � Paul Bartlett [07w]

SMBP2749 @ Lackenby 89-07-28 � Paul Bartlett [08w]

SMBP2749 @ Lackenby 89-07-28 � Paul Bartlett [08w]

SMBP2749 @ Lackenby 89-07-28 � Paul Bartlett [09w]

SMBP2749 @ Lackenby 89-07-28 � Paul Bartlett [09w]

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