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31 foot 6 inch Short Tom Carriages - "157" Type

157, 158, 161 to 170, 175, 176, 198, 199

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Sixteen cars were built at Islington between 1909 and 1911.

The internal layout of the cars was similar to other Short Tom cars, being divided into two compartments, fitted with logitudinal seating, divided by a partiton fitted with two lavatory compartments.



157

See 350.

158

See 450.

161

See 351.

162

See 451.

163

See 452.

164

See 453.

165

See 454.

166

See 455.

167

See Flinders.

168

Second class Short Tom 31 foot 6 inch lavatory bogie carriage built at the Islington Workshops.
6.1909Issued to the northern system as second class car seating 32 passengers.
11.5.1944Involved in the Copley Accident. Condemned as a result and sold to the Commonwealth Railways.

169

See Sturt.

170

See Light

175

See Lincoln

176

Second class Short Tom 31 foot 6 inch lavatory bogie carriage built at the Islington Workshops.
8.1911Issued to the northern system as second class car seating 32 passengers.
11.5.1944Involved in the Copley Accident. Condemned as a result and sold to the Commonwealth Railways.

198

Composite class Short Tom 31 foot 6 inch lavatory bogie carriage built at the Islington Workshops.
28.8.1911Issued to the northern system as composite class car seating 14 first and 16 second class passengers.
20.6.1967Written off.

199

Composite class Short Tom 31 foot 6 inch lavatory bogie carriage built at the Islington Workshops.
22.8.1911Issued to the northern system as composite class car seating 14 first and 16 second class passengers.
6.1956Transferred to the South East division were it wasd located at Naracoorte.
9.1957Transferred to the Northern division.
3.5.1962Withdrawn.



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