|I Class GSR type single bolster wagons (class M before 1900)|
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.
A single pair of wagons survived until the mid thirties and were then written off.
No picture available
|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|