3-Ton Slate Waggons (Braked)

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Further examples of 3-ton slate wagons with ratcheted brakes

Wagon 7[edit source]

Demonstration gravity train at Dduallt


Wagon 122[edit source]

Dduallt Water Tank Curve (near what is now Campbell's Platform)


Wagon 142[edit source]

Demonstration gravity train - Dduallt


Wagon 148[edit source]

Minffordd Yard This waggon may have been used as a mobile power unit. The Blue Guide (circa 1992) described this waggon as: W(DC)7 Mobile welding generator, formerly 3-ton slate wagon


Wagon 256[edit source]

Demonstration gravity train - Dduallt


Wagon 264[edit source]

264 at Boston Lodge with one end removed and with an interesting load – the old oil tanks from Earl of Merioneth


Wagon 300[edit source]

No 300 from The Ffestiniog Slate Wag(g)on restoration team website

Wagon 396[edit source]

Glan-Y-Mor brake handle side
Demonstration gravity train - Dduallt


Wagon 412[edit source]


Wagon 461[edit source]


Wagon 876[edit source]

Demonstration gravity train - Dduallt


Wagon 942[edit source]

Glan-Y-Mor Brake handle side
Demonstration gravity train - Dduallt


Wagon 945[edit source]

A full description of this waggon can be found on Page 38 (Plate 16) of the New Spooner Album


Wagon 947[edit source]

Demonstration gravity train - Dduallt


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