Details about Railway Photo John Hare & Co Tar Distillers Bristol 10-ton Tank Wagon No 3 1901See original listing
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02 Jul, 2014 16:51:34 BST
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Pontypool, Torfaen, United Kingdom
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6in x 4in (approx) photograph of John Hare & Co, Tar Distiillers, Bristol, 10-ton rectangular tar tank wagon No 3, as newly built by the Gloucester Railway carriage & Wagon Co Ltd in November 1901. The wagon was registered by the GWR (No 50155).
Excellent condition, uncreased. Some copyright detail on the reverse (HMRS Collection). The yellow overprinting is NOT on the original.
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