Steel drop-side "Medfit" open goods wagon B461224, built in 1952. Richard Salmon
This is an example of a British Railways design of 13 ton capacity "medium goods wagon" (compare with older design 474558 and M480222). Built at the former SR workshops at Ashford (Kent), B461224 was one of 600 built in 1952 to lot No.2488. Although built to the same BR diagram 1/019 as B458525 this steel-bodied wagon was fitted with vacuum brake from new, but with "push" brake rigging and "shoe" suspension.
By 1970, this and many similar vehicles were transferred into departmental use with the Civil Engineer of the Southern Region (gaining a "D" prefix to their numbers) for carrying spoil and spent ballast from engineering work sites to tips like those at Hoo Junction or Godstone. The wagon was withdrawn from use and purchased in 1973.
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