The short bogie bolster E was popular for carrying steel in coils. A variety of designs are illustrated here, including some which have passed on to the engineers - not always permanently. More history and drawings of some were published in Silsbury, Roger & Mann, Trevor., (1983a) The 30 ton Bogie Bolster E. Model Railway Constructor vol. 50 (part 587) pp 165 - 169. NOTE – Some of these photographs are low quality scans (they have an [m] suffix) and may not print well. Do not order larger prints.
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Keywords:BEV, BR Bogie Boster E, BR Coil, Coil U, Coil carrying wagon, JPV, JSV, Railway wagon, YNV, YRV