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Bogie Utility Vans

In addition to four wheel utility vans, the Southern Railway built bogie vans which had gangway connections for when in use as luggage vans attached to passenger stock.
 
This view shows a bogie luggage van at Hither Green in service use. It has been fitted with wider than usual doors and is believed to be DS 70141, ex-2462, which is now preserved on the Bluebell Railway. Note that originally it had been equipped with gangway connectors.

photograph by John Lewis

Vans
 
Vans This is another bogie luggage van, believed to be 081615, originally 2476. Seen at Battersea, it has also lost its gangway connectors.

photograph by John Lewis

 
The SR built 4595 in 1938. Seen here in the 1970s at Clapham Junction. The livery was blue.

photograph by John Lewis

Vans
 
Vans Ex SR bogie Scenery van in use by Chipmans NoMix Weedkiller train at Clapham Junction 1996. CC99015.

photograph by John Lewis

 
Ex SR bogie Scenery van for use by Chipmans Weedkiller train in New Cross Gate sidings. Early livery c 1981. Believed to be CC99014.

photograph by John Lewis

Vans
 
Vans Ex SR bogie Scenery van in use by the Chipmans NoMix Weedkiller train at Clapham Junction March 1995. A clean CC99014, so the livery can be seen.

photograph by John Lewis

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