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Report - Derby Carriage and Wagon Works, October 2014

Discussion in 'Industrial Sites' started by knighthawk, Nov 3, 2014.

  1. knighthawk

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    This is my secound report after the Hippodrome I went to Derby Carriage and Wagon Works to photography the hoppers train and the crane on the site. I found entry point and then I noticed I guy inside doing garending I waved and smiled he come over to me.I explained why I was there and let me in which was nice after all scambing about at the Hippodrome.​

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  2. Session9

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    Re: Derby Carriage and Wagon Works October 2014

    Looks interesting. That tram has been there ages. Did you have a poke at the live bits?
     
  3. Seffy

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    Re: Derby Carriage and Wagon Works October 2014

    Not bad that, good old Derpby!
     
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    Re: Derby Carriage and Wagon Works October 2014

    Nice photos, looks a great explore.
     
  5. ACID- REFLUX

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    Re: Derby Carriage and Wagon Works October 2014

    Nice little mooch for you in the sunshine & you didn"t need to bring a ladder this time :thumb :D
     
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    Re: Derby Carriage and Wagon Works October 2014

    Nice report enjoyed it apart from your spelling!!
     
  7. 1nk4

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    Re: Derby Carriage and Wagon Works October 2014

    looks decent! nice one
     
  8. knighthawk

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    Re: Derby Carriage and Wagon Works October 2014

    I'm dyslexic that's why spelling is dodge
     
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    Re: Derby Carriage and Wagon Works October 2014

    nice one always wondered what those few hunks of junk were for!

    the tram was brought over from San Fransisco along with another for testing whether bringing a fleet over was viable to up the capacity for the Manchester Commonwealth Games, gauging wasn't quite right so the rest were left in america one was scrapped here and this one is supposedly a test bed for regenerative braking systems
     
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