I have been wondering how the Presflo wagons were used during the late 1950s and early 1960s as I have a number of photographs of cement trains at Exeter St Davids being double-headed and banked up to the terminal at Exeter Central.
Most photos just show one or other end of the train, so what I am trying to establish is the what was in the middle, ie., what were the wagons?
I have learnt that these trains originated at Westbury and that a terminal was erected in the old up goods yard at
Photo here http://PaulBartlett.zenfolio.com/apcmpresflo/eb92909e Not all presflo were BR owned, APCM had two privately owned batches, 1960 introduced in yellow and 1963 in grey - and grey continued to be their livery after the name boards were removed http://paulbartlett.zenfolio.com/apcmpresflo
There are various photos taken in the yard at Exeter Central in my collections - and elsewhere on RMWEb there has been a recent discussion of cement silos which included a photo of EC. http://PaulBart