Rolling Stock: Old Wagons
Old, Obsolete Wagons
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While these wagons have been completely withdrawn from regular service (especially MG and NG), the intrepid railfan may find a few in isolated sidings or large yards.
Bogie tanker wagon for heavy oil, furnace oil, etc.
MG bogie well wagon
NG open wagon, 21 ton tare
NG covered wagon, 21 ton tare
Heavy-duty flat car for military transport use (tare wt. 68 tonnes).
Ballast-carrying hopper wagon with bottom discharge.
Covered rigid 4-wheeled wagon with ribbed body and hook coupling (old)
Early bogie version of the 'C' covered wagon, and its MG variant.
Variant of C, covered 4-wheeler ventilated wagon (for livestock)
Variant of C, covered 4-wheeler cattle wagon
'Covered Goods': covered 4-wheeler wagon rakes
Covered 4-wheeler wagon (rigid body (non-bogie), rather prone to derailment)
These are CR variants fitted with transition couplers and CBC. These CR wagons are still in wide use, and have been retrofited with newer couplers and improved suspension. [7/00] These wagons are now scheduled to be withdrawn.
Covered wagon (iron / general)
Open low-sided wagon, coal / general
Open high-sided unit wagon for construction material, refuse, etc.
Open wagon elephant truck (!)
Open wagon, low-sided, 'falling'
Open wagon, low-sided
K version for military use
Bogie versions of the KM military flat / low-sided wagons
Bogie version of KC
Bogie open hopper wagon with side and centre discharge (ballast transport)
Hopper cars with bottom discharge, used for departmental rakes carrying ballast
Open 4-wheeled wagon
Open military wagon. MOM is the MG version.
Tank wagon (acid)
Tank wagon (benzene)
Tank wagon (bitumen)
Tank wagon (chlorine)
Tank wagon (caustic soda)
Tank wagon (liquid caustic soda)
Tank wagon (ammonia)
Tank wagon (LPG)
Tank wagon (hydrochloric acid)
Tank wagon (kerosene)
Tank wagon (heavy oil)
Tank wagon (molasses)
Tank wagon (heavy oil)
Tank wagon (vegetable oil) and its MG version.
Tank wagon (petroleum), the latter with screw coupling
Tank wagon (petroleum/LPG products), the latter with screw coupling
Tank wagon (coal tar)
Tank wagon (sulphuric acid)
Tank wagon (vegetable oil)
Tank wagon (water)
Tank wagon (liquid chlorine)
Tank wagon (lubricating oil)
Tank wagon (heavy oil, with heating arrangement)
In addition, annotations "WT" (water-tested) or "NWT" (not water-tested) would appear on these wagons. "Water-tested" means that the wagon was tested to ensure that it is waterproof and could be used safely with cargo that would spoil in contact with water.