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Modified 26-Mar-11
Created 26-Mar-11
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During the early 1980s, UKF developed a fleet of tank wagons to carry orthophosphoric acid. They were rebuilt from wagons operated by Fisons for phosphoric acid and BP for Caustic soda. The rebuild included fitting twin fillers, buffer over rides etc. PR589-- PR584 PR586--The various fleets, with different suspension systems are illustrated. Another UKF tank is at: and the UKF vans are illustrated in collection:

PR58414 UKF

PR58414 UKF

PR58416 UKF

PR58416 UKF

PR58417 UKF bw

PR58417 UKF bw

PR58423 UKF

PR58423 UKF

PR58424 UKF

PR58424 UKF

PR58631 UKF

PR58631 UKF

PR58633 UKF

PR58633 UKF

PR58648 UKF bw

PR58648 UKF bw

PR58659 UKF

PR58659 UKF

PR58901 UKF

PR58901 UKF

PR58902 UKF bw

PR58902 UKF bw

PR58902 UKF

PR58902 UKF

PR58904 UKF

PR58904 UKF

Categories & Keywords
Category:Transportation
Subcategory:Railway
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Keywords:Private owner, Railway wagon, TTA, UKF, UKF, UKF tank wagon, acid, orthoPhosphoric, orthoPhosphoric acid, tank wagon