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Created 29-Aug-12
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A fleet of lagged ferry registered tank wagons which may have worked from Quidhampton with Chalk slurry. No diagram or date of conversion is known to me.

23 70 719 0558-0 China Clay

23 70 719 0558-0 China Clay

21 70 078 0558-3 China Clay

21 70 078 0558-3 China Clay

21 70 078 0563-3 China Clay

21 70 078 0563-3 China Clay

21 70 078 0616-9 China Clay

21 70 078 0616-9 China Clay

21 70 078 0616-9 China Clay [1]

21 70 078 0616-9 China Clay [1]

21 70 078 0646-6 China Clay [1]

21 70 078 0646-6 China Clay [1]

21 70 078 0646-6 China Clay

21 70 078 0646-6 China Clay

21 70 078 0649-0 China Clay

21 70 078 0649-0 China Clay

23 70 719 0651-3 China Clay

23 70 719 0651-3 China Clay

21 70 078 0651-6 China Clay

21 70 078 0651-6 China Clay

21 70 078 0660-7 China Clay

21 70 078 0660-7 China Clay

21 70 078 669-8 China Clay [2]

21 70 078 669-8 China Clay [2]

21 70 078 669-8 China Clay [1]

21 70 078 669-8 China Clay [1]

Categories & Keywords
Category:Transportation
Subcategory:Railway
Subcategory Detail:
Keywords:English China Clay, STS, tank wagons


Guestbook for STS English China Clay lagged tank wagons
2.Mike Storey(non-registered)
Sorry Paul, please ignore my previous message - I have just seen the Sittingbourne Clayliner tanks on another page, so this lot must have been for other destinations - I thought they looked slightly different from the tanks I remember. Apologies.
1.Mike Storey(non-registered)
Yes these did work from Quidhampton, and Burngallow. As ASM, I used to shunt them frequently at Sittingbourne in the early 1980's, when the travelling senior railman shunter was still busy at Queenborough. Usually 16-18 on, which we split in the freight loop and propelled each half into the Bowater's paper mill discharge shed on the other side of the road under rail bridge at the Chatham end of the station. Filthy business trying to uncouple and couple up - dirty white sludge all over you. The slurry was used for adding gloss to paper.
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