Class I (class M before 1900) GSR type single bolster wagons

Eighteen 12'-0" long single bolster wagons were built for the G.S.R. to the same design as the wagons built for the MRWA as their class E.

I do not yet know the GSR classification or numbers of these wagons.

Most of the class was converted to class N just before the First World War at about the time that the QA class bogie bolster wagons were built. Presumably the bolsters were removed and they were used as shunters' floats.

A single pair of wagons survived until the mid thirties and were then written off.

1896 4340-4357 ex GSR.
1909 4355 to Smith and Timms Port Hedland
1912 4340, 4347-4349, 4350, 4352-4 converted to class N
1913 4341, 4343, 4345, 4351, 4356, 4357 converted to class N
1914 4344 to Railway Mill and then returned

4346 converted to class N

1935 4342 written off. To JETTY 306.
1936 4344 written off

The Diagram below is the WAGR outline diagram for this class.

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