LNER/BR General Utility Vans
Twelve of these distinctive wooden bodied vans were built. The first batch of four was built by the LNER whilst a further eight to the same design were built by BR.
|Built: 1940||Lot number: xxxx||Diagram: 7||Total: 4|
|1302||1974/75||Armytage & Sons, Sheepbridge, Chesterfield, Derbyshire.|
|1303||1974/75||Armytage & Sons, Sheepbridge, Chesterfield, Derbyshire.|
|1304||1966||Disposed at/from Stratford.|
|1305||1974/75||Arnott Young, Parkgate, Rotherham, South Yorkshire.|
|Built: 1950||Lot number: xxxx||Diagram: 7||Total: 8|
|1366||1976/77||J. MacWilliam, Shettleston, Glasgow.|
|1367||1976/77||J. MacWilliam, Shettleston, Glasgow.|
|1368||1976/77||Bird Group, Long Marston, Worcestershire.|
|1369||1976/77||T. W. Ward, Beighton, Sheffield, South Yorkshire.|
|1370||1972/73||Preserved at Conwy Valley Railway Museum.|
|1371||1976/77||Transferred to Internal User Stock as Stores Van 041502 at York Works. Broken up on site at York Works.|
|1372||1976/77||Berry, Leicester, Leicestershire.|
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