Box vans were used for the transport of general dry goods and other items around the railway network before containers were invented. In the days when small railway stations also had small goods yards this type of van was very common and could be seen in almost any goods yard in the country. This van was previously at Peak Rail and was completely repainted into EVR Improved Box Van Brown on arrival.
|Builder:||British Railways, Wolverton||Built:||1957|
|Class or Type:||Wagon||Works No:||2841|
|Weight:||12 T||Running No:||B771392|
|Brake Type:||Vacuum||Operational Status:||Operational|