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Designation of CIE goods rolling stock

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Somebody recently asked me why the standard covered vans built by CIE were called "H" vans. They were within the following series of class / type designations.

 

H. "House" wagons (4-wheeled covered vans)

 

I. Coal wagons (wooden bodied, later applied to standard corrugated "beet wagons", which of course weren't built soecifically for beet, but ended up being used for it long after all other uses for 4-wheeled opens had gone)

 

K. Small Cattle

 

Kn. Large Cattle

 

Knv. Large Cattle (vacuum braked)

 

T. Passenger vans known as "tin vans"

 

Anyone know any others?

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