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A NU van (sometimes mistakenly called a carriage) is a louvered box van used on
the Victorian Narrow gauge railways. #3 along with 8, 10, 13 & 14) are st Puffing Billy.
On 20 Oct 2010 at 9:28, Chris Stratton wrote:
Damien Tinker <the_mini_junkyard@...> wrote:What is a 2nu carriage?
My friend jeff watson, stephen watson's son messaged me last night. They
have the 2nu carriage at cranbourne. It is being relocated today to
erica. Im not sure if its on narre warren road at tge moment but no
doubt it will be on the highway sometime this morning. Ill message when
im told its on its way.
Stephen is setting up the museum at Erica with railway heritage and
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