Rites of Passage for a Model Railway - 9: Low-Sided, Flat and Bogie Freight Stock; Engineers\' Department

by:AIRWOLF     2020-06-13
Low-There are many forms of Van.Some are used to transport containers, some are used to hold machinery.Deck with ribs-For transporting steel plates-Architectural courtyard or bridge decoration for civil engineering.There are then mechanical vans that ship tractors and combine harvesters from manufacturers to suppliers.In addition, the well car transports large cylindrical components such as vessel boilers and bridge bases to support the superstructure.
Other special-purpose vehicles are loaded with flat glass, and carts are loaded with goods that are \"out of limit\" vertically.The wheelbarrow is loaded with goods suspended in the body of the van and performs functions similar to the well or trolley.At the beginning of the 20 th century, special vehicles carrying armor were built --Ship plating.Drop-Side vans enable the mechanical handling of goods for civil engineering and shipbuilding to be loaded and unloaded horizontally, which may be too heavy for railway cranes.Trestle vehicles are able to carry diagonally from the measured load, like steel plates for ships or bridge buildings, otherwise parallel lines are closed due to width problems.Then is the cantilever device that allows the bridge side to be transported to the site by rail.The biggest challenge is the transfer of boilers to power stations.A special set of vans has been designed from other components to load these goods with a maximum loading capacity of 290 tons, which can be seen on the Shildon website of the National Railway Museum.It consists of eight large Bogota and a \"bridging\" unit consisting of a large beam group and heavy-duty plating, carrying high turbines vertically, built in the Ashford plant s-in the southern region of 1960-Please see the following in the reading list \"British Rail vans.
Robert Hendry\'s color photo collection of vans is very extensive in this handy reference work.This era is a British railway, and the origin of trucks can be traced back to the past.
His other masterpiece is beautifully depicted.This is the 1990 privatization of the British railway, with a completely different fleet, although some early examples survived.

Late on the 19 th and early 20 th century, containers have been used to carry furniture for ease of handling, although the handling equipment has not kept up --to-date.Containers built from a vertical plane must be loaded with old cranes and manpower, from the carriage to the carriage --later lorries -But the treatment is gradually improving.
Through nationalisation, the container is more extensive, and different types of containers can be used for different types of goods.In order to maximize the lifting, there are open containers with parallel bars;There are smaller containers that can be installed on the side-by-side or end-to-end;And traditional containers.Can be filled with goods from furniture to frozen animalsThe door to be taken away-to-Door, stored in the yard where the customer is ready to collect.But they can\'t yet be stored in the stack like modern containers.At first, the container was privately owned, but later the railway company accumulated inventory for its own use.

The Northeast and Midland Railways have the largest range and scale of heavy freight fleets, and then LNER and LMS take over the railway in the 1920 generation.Did the Great Depression help?But in the late 1930 s, before World War II, traffic accelerated until the weight of responsibility almost crashed the railroad company.Bust-to-boom.
A major factor in commodities is lowThe vehicle is in the form of mechanical and steel plates.On the mechanical side, there are military trucks, tanks and halfFollow up and move guns and various on-site ordnance.The War Department built the bogie tank apartment, which can screw off the jack and let the tank roll away without the van heading in the opposite direction!They are also equipped with vacuum brakes for faster operation.Later, many of these tanks were transformed into bogie bolster quads-4 sets of support-Used for transporting steel beams, etc.Mechanical vans used to transport agricultural machinery already exist, and in World War II these trucks can be used to transport grouped trains for military road vehicles.The scooter is built by the scores of LNER and LMS and is mainly used to move the steel plate to the shipyard of Clydeside, Tees-, Tyne-In the northeast and Barrowin-Furness and Merseyside in the northwest.Four more-Wheel double pad for transport of short beams, rails or twisted steel lengths, for concrete bridges or buildings, and for \"steel pads\" for larger concrete surfaces \".There are some old single pillow trucks built to carry longer Steel, in which case the length of a single body can cause trouble.They may also be used to ship long wood (trunk) to the sawmill ).\\\'Low-Fits \\ \'can be used for many purposes with wooden brick cars (and higher bogie brick cars)For large loads ).

The double O instrument association store offers a tank draw kit.
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Department inventory is largely ignored, but it is necessary for the smooth operation of the railway.Many were downgraded by incomeEarn services when they wear and act as \"internal users\" (IU) vehicles that may be diverted to loco or yard for the supply of tools and grease or other lubricants
Then there are sleeper cars and peace cars for moving the entire complete manufacturingWill be lifted from the van by one crane and lowered to the rail part of the gap left after the previous section by another crane.This operation is done \"in series\" and is called \"Fast-Line (I also have a video recorder, but most likely the same person translated it into DVD form ).The same video contains a section about the ballast production of limestone quarrying for railway ballast, Teesside Lackenby (steel plant) slag, line maintenance, etc., including the hartpoolThere is even a section that features the person of the same name I had in the 1930 s, who is a regional engineer near Hartlepool.
Let\'s not forget the craneLine Maintenance and cargo handling.

yard features.There are also ballast plows and ballast trucks.Some of these last

Rails and ballast plows are often converted into brake trucks called \"sharks.
From 1950 of the Department inventory, sea fish were specially built for the task and names of sea fish such as \"dog fish\", \"grammar\" and \"Sturgeon\" were taken.There\'s a \"mermaid\" but I\'m not going there!
Each UK outline model railway must use the Hornby fault crane in the UK rail (diesel age) livery for people in their 70 s
Reading list:-
PROFILE Series rail: No13-LNER carriage before Volume 1, volume 1948, edited by David and Claire Williamson, edited by Peter Longdong, publ Cheona publication 2003, ISBN 1-900298-16-3 :-Full inspection of LNER van with B & w and color images.A must-
LNER vans for Peter Tatlow, publ Pendragon Partnership and Peter Tatlow 1998, ISBN 1-899816-05-4 :-
British Rail vans by Brian Grant and Bill Taylor, their loading and loading, publ Silver Link, Volume 2003 1 ISBN 1-85794-205-Volume 1,2007 ISBN 1-85794-300-9:-Have a thorough understanding of railway freight operation, loading guide and grouping.In addition, departments and non-departments
Publ Robert Hendry color British railroad van for modelers and historiansMidland Publishing Co., Ltd. 1999 ISBN 1-85780-094-X:-For modelers, this is very useful for realists.You can benefit from earning coal carrier income to departmental inventory and brake trucks.
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