Historical information

19 NQ - Pulpwood Truck Untrafficable NQ Pulpwood wagon. In the 1950s, NQR 19 was modified by the removal of its sides and ends and the installation of intermediate upright staunchions to carry pulp-wood on the Beech Forest line. This modification was permanent and the vehicle became 19 NQ. 19 NQ - Service History 26/11/1898 NWS Built new NQ 19 was modified by having upright frames added to allow it to carry pulp-wood. Vehicle Length 25 feet 2 inches ( 7671 mm) Coupled Length 27 feet 4 inches (8330 mm) Width 6 feet 3 inches (1905 mm) Weight 5 tons Capacity 11 tons In use 14 To be restored 6 *NQR 19.VA - 26/11/1898 NWS Built new - / /1926 - To NQ 19.VA - NQ 19.VA - /10/1958 NWS Modified To Pulpwood Carrier Only vehicle modified to this configuration Purchased by Puffing Billy Preservation Society. Sec 65/2711. RS 65/6012. "An NM (13) and pulpwood wagon .... for displayat Museum.....scrap value to be charged direct to the PBPS."

Significance

Historic - Victorian Railways Narrow Gauge - Rolling Stock - Pulpwood wagon - Pulpwood Truck

Physical description

19 NQ - Pulpwood wagon - Pulpwood Truck made of Steel and metal

Inscriptions & markings

19 NQ