Nice - a life's work! Thanks for the wagon pictures. I'd love to see 'internal use' wagons, some are really freaky. My particular interest is indeed industrial, with The Harton Electric Railway topping the bill.
Keep up the good work.
Great source for modellers and GWR enthusiasts.
Hi I love the photos, am looking forward to seeing more in the future!
Good evening Paul and followers,
As retired Railway Crane Operator, I have the original cast iron duty chart of one of the cranes that was scrapped, the only ID number on the chart is 363, I am trying to trace the typr of crane it beloged to. the crane was equipped with out riggers so it could be operated in a blocked condition.
i think it was either a coles crane or a Taylor Hubbard, it was operational in Crofton Depot near wakefield during the 60's & 70's.
If anyone can offer any iformation on this rail mounted crane i would be grtaful.
Love the phots.
Kind Regards Pete
World class photographer for his railway rolling stock photograph's we in the model railway hobby would be in a very dark place without him. Thanks for years of information Paul just looking at your photos.
I'm a big fan of your website.
Superb reference source.... You are to the British enthusiast/modeller what my friend, Norm Bray is to the Victorian (Australian enthusiast - congratulations
just wanted to say that I am a big fan of your website and that your photographs of Rolling Stock are superb!
Thank you very much Paul. The first picture, [E193292 HOP 21] of your list answered all my questions...and some.
As mentioned before fantastic for information ...
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