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Rolling Stock Movements

Discussion in 'Heritage Rolling Stock' started by bhallett, May 3, 2007.

  1. lil Bear

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    The owner of the ballast wagon 982390 (think I've got the number right) has relocated it from East Lancs to Churnet Valley. Once the time comes I suspect it will see use on the Leek extension, but I suspect it will be staying indefinitely.
     
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    BR Meat Van B870073 has departed the Bodmin Railway today. Will be stored for a few weeks before moving to the Mid Hants.
     
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    Am I right in thinking that the Hopper is a Whale?
    50 tonne capacity.
     
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    No idea on vehicle names, but it is grey if that's any use..?
     
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    DB 982390 Ballast Hopper is a "Whale": http://www.ws.rhrp.org.uk/ws/WagonInfo.asp?Ref=8182
     
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    Dennis Howells Hawksworth Brake Coach has moved from BRM to The SVR. Purchased by the GWSVRA.
     
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    Yes Two teak coaches from the NYMR have moved to ecclesbourne. Posts suggest contract at the nymr at an end and owner has moved them
     
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    Due to arrive at Arlesford on November 6th, likely to be AM.
     
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    NYMR are said to have acquired a conflat, complete with container - no indication of where from though. Source is the latest "Moorsline", so should be reasonably reliable!
     
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    South Devon Railway has acquired a BR Pullman Car Aquilla.
     
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    Have the Colne Valley given up on their dining train, then?
     
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    No they are using the money to convert another vehicle as the Pullman only had 18 seats.
     
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    Blue/grey Mk.1 CK 16071 was removed from Llangollen on 31st Oct, last seen at Newton Abbot. Anyone able to confirm where its gone please - Paignton & Dartmouth seems likely?
     

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