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All new RTR PHA/JGA Bogie Hopper wagon

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OO PHA/JGA:

This model is currently at the design stage of the process.

We would like to pass on our sincere thanks to the staff at Aggregate Industries’ Bardon Hill quarry for allowing us to visit the sidings and conduct further on site research. This visit has proved very useful and now completes the research stage of the process.

Following a recent visit to Bardon Hill, the design stage of the process will now progress at pace. We hope to have this stage of the process completed over the next few months. Further updates will be provided in due course.

 

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Another new bogie aggregates wagon.............? 

 

 

Awesome.

 

Good work Cav and Alex.

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Yet another amazing announcement from one of the new guys on the block. Great to be getting an amazing variety of modern rolling stock produced. Here's to many more. 

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I’m going to have to find another source of income at this rate! Great choice guys and all the best as always.

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Great choice.

 

I’m glad the cat is out of the bag (again) as I saw a post on here ? Twitter ? About a month ago.... which was swiftly deleted.

 

i didn’t want to ask questions in case it spoilt the surprise factor....

 

 

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Can anybody confirm if the wagons being produced are the same as in this photo please. Thanks in advance.

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17 hours ago, Western Aviator said:

That looks like Totnes. Anyone know what the train was? 

 

6C59 Burngullow - Hackney yard. Tuesday 4th October 2011.

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5 hours ago, Shoey said:

 

6C59 Burngullow - Hackney yard. Tuesday 4th October 2011.

 

I didn’t know that wagon type had been used on that flow as well. 

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I quite often see them at Neasden backing into the stone unloading point.

 

Cheers Mike

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