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The 4 and 5 ton 16ft containers were the most common size of container on BR. They had various door combinations and construction materials. Most of these are after their revenue use has finished, as they were popular as railway stores. Their revenue use appears to have ceased in 1977.
79999 BTC Experimental Road Rail container @ Swindon Works 75-09-13 � Paul Bartlett w79999 BTC Experimental Road Rail container @ Swindon Works 80-10-05 � Paul Bartlett wB55556B @ Goole 82-04-18 � Paul Bartlett wB55662B @ Woking 87-03-15 � Paul Bartlett WBD4225B @ Three Bridges 87-12-20 � Paul Bartlett wB709576 Conflat A   BD4271B @ Staines Central 69-03-23 � Paul Bartlett wBD4305B_colour__m_BD4305B_side__m_BD4306B @ Ayr 84-07-23 � Paul Bartlett wBD4306B @ Ayr 90-07-26 � Paul Bartlett wBD4466B @ Eastleigh Works 86-10-12 � Paul Bartlett wBD4692B @ York Carriage Works 84-09-15 � Paul Bartlett wBD4784B @ Reading Plant Depot 87-04-20 � Paul Bartlett wB505906 Conflat A   BD4795B Experimental livery � Paul Bartlett Collection wBD5187B @ Wednesfield Goods 89-03-29 � Paul Bartlett wBD5531B @ Eastleigh Works 86-10-12 � Paul Bartlett wBD5991B @ Ely 88-05-14 � Paul Bartlett wB702096 Conflat A + BD7610B @ Gloucester 77-07-04 © Paul Bartlett WB734726 Conflat A BK8101BBD46086B @ Ayr 90-07-26 � Paul Bartlett w

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