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The second design of very large ferry vans to arrive in the UK were these VTG owned vans built 1977 -9. Later Tiphook owned. Followed by similar vans built in 1985
33 80 2797 005-6 VTG33 80 2797 023-9 VTG SRM33 80 2797 023-9 VTG33 80 2797 042-9 VTG [1]33 80 2797 042-9 VTG33 80 2797 070-0 VTG SCUNTHORPE ROD MILL 2 door van Diag E481 no. 211 Link Hoffmann Busch 1977 @ Cardiff Tidal Sdgs 86-08-23 © Paul Bartlett w33 80 2797 070-0 VTG SRM [1]33 80 2797 070-0 VTG SRM [2]33 80 2797 070-0 VTG SRM33 80 2797 092-4 P VTG33 80 2797 096-5 VTG 2 door van Diag E481 [Link Hoffmann Busch 1977] @ Ayr 84-07-23 © Paul Bartlett w33 80 2797 115-3 Tiphook33 80 2797 116-1 P VTG33 80 2797 166-5 P VTG21 80 0298 218-7 VTG [1]21 80 0298 218-7 VTG21 80 0298 218-7 VTG 2 door van [Diag E481 Link Hoffmann Busch 1977-8] @ South Lambeth 78-03-12 © Paul Bartlett w26 80 0298 238-4 P VTG21 80 0298 283-1 P VTG @ Warrington Arpley Junction 79-05-26 � Paul Bartlett W21 80 0298 290-6 VTG 2 door van Diag E481 no. 231 Link Hoffmann Busch 1978 @ York Dringhouses 80-04-05 © Paul Bartlett w

Categories & Keywords
Category:Transportation
Subcategory:Railway
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Keywords:Channel tunnel services, DB, Ferry wagon, Private owner, Railway wagon, Scunthorpe rod mill, VTG, VTG ferry van, diag E481