One of three conflats that arrived during 2003. A conflat is a container flat wagon, which was originally used to carry standard wooden containers, such as BD7553B. The three conflats were latterly used at Wolverton for moving bogies around the works.
This conflat has been mounted with a tractor.
|Origin :-||British Rail||Date Built :-||1959||Number :-||B506195|
|Diagram :-||-||Lot :-||-||Tare Weight :-||-|
|Type :-||Conflat A||Builder :-||Pressed Steel for British Rail||Wheelbase :-||-|
|Owner :-||QRS||Status :-||Operational||Location :-||Down Yard|
|Accession No. :-||W/0131|
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