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Modified 14-Apr-20
Created 31-Mar-11
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Also between 1977 and 1979 some 459 mineral wagons were produced using frames from 21 and 24.5ton minerals and similar hoppers. Thus underframes differed. All received heavy duty 10 leaf springs, the intention apparently that they could carry 25tonnes, but they were not branded as such (nor as MEO). Renumbered, with just three vacuum braked - one illustrated here.
061162 = B290240 21.5t single door, no end door rebodied c 1978 ex HUO 24.5t frame brake rigging Internal @ Onllwyn Colliery 92-07-18 © Paul Bartlett w061167 = B290397 21.5t single door, no end door rebodied c 1978 Internal @ Onllwyn Colliery 92-07-18 © Paul Bartlett wB290043 MDOB290054 MDOB290063 MDOB290096 MDOB290100 MDOB290108 MDOB290154 MDOB290165 MDOB290175 MDOB290199 MDOB290200 MDV [1]B290200 MDV [2]B290200 MDV [3]B290200 MDVB290231 MDOB290246 MDOB290293 MDOB290305 MDO

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Category:Transportation
Subcategory:Railway
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Keywords:1 door mineral wagon, BR, BR 1 door rebuilt mineral wagon, MDO, Railway wagon, rebuilt mineral wagon