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Bogie Bolster Wagons Nos. 64, 66, 98 and 99
No. 64 was sold to the film company which made the James Bond film Goldeneye, and was used on one of the sets where a helicopter burst out of a train.
No. 66 and No. 99 were sold to the North Norfolk Railway during 2010, with No. 66 going for further use, and No.99 being broken up for spares. No. 98 has also been broken up for spares, with the bogies retained for other projects.
|Origin :-||GWR / British Rail||Date Built :-||unknown||Number :-||64, 66, 98 and 99|
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|Type :-||Bogie bolster||Builder :-||unknown||Wheelbase :-|
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