What's new on the wagon pages?
This page lists the latest developments on my wagon pages.
|9 September 2018|
|18 October 2017||
Photo added to page for class QCB
|6 September 2017||
New page for the special 40 ton wagon of 1926
|21 July 2017||
Photo from John Kent added to page for class WJK
|20 May 2017||
Link to RHWA photos added to page for MRWA LC class van
|19 February 2016||
On 11 February Virginmedia announced that they would withdraw web hosting on 28 April 2016 for all Virginmedia users. This website was relocated to GoDaddy.com today and the old site will be taken down shortly.
Please bookmark this new site.
|7 February 2016|
|24 December 2015||
After a bit of compression of some existing images I have found a bit more space for pictures. New photos or links to RHWA photos added to classes C (G.S.R. type), D (original type), DW, F , FC, GA, H (G.S.R. type), I (N.Z.R. type), I (long G.S.R. type), IM, JY(W.A.G.R.), MRWA A and AB, MRWA BL, MRWA F, MRWA FA, MRWA I, MRWA KB, QRP, WJD, Miscellaneous VW, Z27/8, 30-106
|22 November 2015||
New photo for XP Lime hopper.
|2 November 2014||
Broken links to RHWA photographs on 95 pages fixed.
|23 April 2014||
Standard gauge pages go live.
Major overhaul of site. For the first time since 1986 I am able to check pages against the surviving wagon record cards. This has enabled both corrections and new information to be added to many pages - especially relating to the period between 1986 and 1998.
QSF, QUR added.
|2 February 2014||Photos added to pages for JGE, JGF, JRB.|
|15 August 2013||Hyperlinks added to RHWA archive photos on the pages for XW|
|9 August 2013||Hyperlinks added to RHWA archive photos on the pages for WMD and WME,|
|3-4 August 2013||Hyperlinks added to RHWA archive photos on the pages for JQ. MRWA G and GR, MRWA L, MRWA O, QJH, QMG, QU, QUA, QUW, XC, Z461-566, classes and the Isolated Railways page.|
|28-31 July 2013||Hyperlinks added to RHWA archive photos on the pages for DW, GA, GN, FDM, J (GC frame 1600gal), JPA , JS(sand/water), JY & JYA, L, LX, N, NS, NW, QA, QC, QCA, QCE, QCP, QL, QP, QRA, QRS, QW, RBM, RBT, RC, RCA, V, WA, X (4 wheel), WVD, XB, XE, XR and the Jetty wagons.|
|29 May 2013||List of known advertising vans added (No pictures apart from hyperlinks due to space constraints). Some updates to D wagon pages|
|16 September 2012||On the edge of the limits of available web space at the moment but have managed to update pages for class B (all types) and Z22-25 with a couple of old, small images by saving a little space elsewhere.|
|29 July 2012||QK page added. Page for early class J tank wagons goes live - this is a complicated and, as yet, unfinished effort.|
|28 August 2011||New page added for class I (15' N.Z.R. frame). Hyperlinks to images in the Weston Langford collection added to CXA, FA(15'-0"), H class ballast ploughs, KB, LA (ex PWD), NS, QMC, and MRWA FA.|
|12 August 2011||
New page added for class DE
|10 August 2011||New page added for class DW|
|3 August 2011||Photo added to VI|
|28 July 2011||Photos added to E, G, GL , J (GC frame 1600gal), VA(exV)|
|24 July 2011||
Page added for 1943 horsebox conversions to class D.
Update to MRWA M
|17 July 2011||
Jetty wagon page added including link to a long list of Jetty stock. Many thanks to Jeff Austin without whom this would not have been possible. Minor corrections and changes to A, D (N.Z.R. type), D (GSR type), D(16'-0"), G , GC, H(N.Z.R. Type), H (G.S.R. type), LA(early), MRWA B, MRWA F
|3 July 2011||Pictures added to classes JB, JM , QCC, VI, XNG, Type 1 Z van Z27/8, 30-106|
|22 February 2011||Picture added to class QD(flat)|
|2 November 2010||Picture added to class GA.|
|23 October 2010||Pictures added to class JTD.|
|3 October 2010||Pictures or links to images added to pages for classes. G (Seabrook), RD, VC, W, Y, ZJ|
|September 2010||Pictures or links to images added to pages for classes. D (N.Z.R. type), E ,|
|19 September 2010||
Broken links fixed. Images or links to images added to pages for classes.
|15 September 2010||Whole site moved to new ISP.|
|16 September 2009||New photos added to MRWA FA, MRWA G and GR, M (later LB) tipper wagons, XAC (thanks Joe).|
|13 September 2009||Links to Fretwell collection images added to classes FA(17'-0"), FC, VC and VW ex V.|
|11 July 2009||Picture added to class GW|
|23 February 2009||
Some broken links fixed.
|18 February 2009||
A major update. This includes a lot of new information (thanks Jeff) about conversion to Jetty wagons. A numerical list of Jetty wagons will follow although due to poor official record keeping this will never be 100% complete or accurate.
A (all types), BA, C (all types), CXA, D (GSR type), D (N.Z.R. type), EA, FA(17'-0"), FC, G (Seabrook), G (G.S.R. type), G (N.Z.R. Type) , GA, GB, GC, GL, GW,H (G.S.R. type), H(N.Z.R. Type), HA, HB, I (N.Z.R. type), I (12'-0" G.S.R. type), I (15'-0" G.S.R. type), IM, JA, JAC, JW, K(steel), KW, L, LA(early), W.A.G.R. ballast ploughs, M coal box, N , Q, QRB, R , RA (British), RA (American), RCB, RD, S, SX, T, U, V, VA(exV), VC, VW(ex V), W, XA, Y (all types), Z22-25, Z27/8, Z114-153
|8 July 2008||VD page updated and a picture added to VT(filters).|
|5 May 2008|
|13 April 2008||
J (ex GSR six-wheeled) added.
|14 October 2007||
JXA page updated with new photo (Thanks Joe!)
|21 October 2006||ZA(158-188) page updated.|
|24 September 2006||New page added for class R.|
|16 September 2006||
New photo added to class N.
|10 September 2006||Class N added.|
|20 August 2006||New photos added to MRWA BL and MRWA C and CA.|
|16 August 2006||At last, classes G Old types , G(Iron lined), G (N.Z.R. Type) , G(steel framed) added as one file. Any more information on this group will be appreciated.|
|15 August 2006||D(16'-0") updated with a new photo.|
|13 August 2006||P (4 wheel goods types) updated with a new photo.|
|18 July 2006||Photo added to class HB.|
|9 July 2006||Isolated railways section, B (all types), O (all types), D (N.Z.R. type), P (ex GSR 6 Wheeled), P (4 wheel goods types), updated.|
|25 June 2006||
P (4 wheel passenger type) updated with a new photo.
|11 June 2006||WAGR carriages are now covered in book form. Go to A History of WAGR Passenger Carriages if you want to get yourself a copy.|
For earlier updates see What Was New?