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Unknown Brake block

Discussion in 'Heritage Rolling Stock' started by Ploughman, Jun 22, 2019.

  1. Ploughman

    Ploughman Well-Known Member

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    As part of a stock take of parts held at Newbridge, I have come across 5 new brake blocks
    With the number stamped in.

    WN 1467 F09 3082 RT 8J9

    Any of you know what they may fit?
    It is not a type that we recognise.

    Will try and get a photo later this week.
     
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    Reading the title I thought that you were building a second Patriot.

    Bob.
     
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    Now that's an idea, but would probably end up with one of these.
     

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    You really don't want a "high output ballast cleaning train"!
    When they are good they are very good, but when they are bad they are ******** !

    Cheers, Neil
     
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