Warwell with steam road engine - Oxford Rail
Introduced in 1942 for the transport of Sherman tanks, the 50T bogie Warwell wagon continued to see service after the end of the Second World War.
After WW2, the wagons were loaned to the railway companies - often still in their military paint work. Eventually the railway companies bought these heavy cargo transporters for their own use).
Here we have an example of it's civil usefulness, moving a Steam Roller which would otherwise be too large for the loading gauge.
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