Road/rail removals van, c 1911

Made:
1910-1912 in Hinckley
maker:
Zadock Spence

Road/rail removals van made by Zadock Spence of Hinckley, Leicestershire, 1910-1912. Used by removals firm of B. Ridgeway and Sons, Hinckley until 1948. Horsedrawn with wooden wheels. Body of waggon designed to be loaded onto a flat bed railway wagon. Curved profile to conform to railway loading gauge. Complete, original condition, including tool box containing some tools. Owner's name lettered on both sides. Detachable tailboard.

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Details

Category:
Road Vehicles (Railway)
Object Number:
2004-7730
Materials:
cast iron, wood
type:
removal van
credit:
Martin, Peter; Swann, Roland C.
status:
Permanent collection

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