BMT - Hudson Ammunition Wagon

This article was published May 17, 2012.

Peter01 -- from the side, note the side catcher.

After I started my part of the Hudson project, I surfed alot to find more info. After a while, I find Amerton Rwy in the UK. I contacted them to ask for permission to use some of there pictures from there site. I was contacted by Peter Bell, who also helped a lot.


Amerton Railway

pics taken by Peter Bell.

Peter01 -- from the side, note the side catcher.
Peter01 -- from the side, note the side catcher.
Peter02 -- from the side, note the 'mouse-trap'/note holder on the right side.
Peter02 -- from the side, note the 'mouse-trap'/note holder on the right side.
Peter03 -- closeup on the note holder.
Peter03 -- closeup on the note holder.
Peter06 -- this is a detail I didn't know before. The side without the brake is able to be lifted off.
Peter06 -- this is a detail I didn't know before. The side without the brake is able to be lifted off.
Peter07 -- closeup on the brake-end.
Peter07 -- closeup on the brake-end.
Peter09 -- inunder, part of brake.
Peter09 -- inunder, part of brake.
Peter10 -- inunder and axleboxes.
Peter10 -- inunder and axleboxes.
Peter13 -- closeup on the side catcher.
Peter13 -- closeup on the side catcher.
Peter14 -- the Hudson plate.
Peter14 -- the Hudson plate.