Identification Longshot and Talking Point 1971

  Brumas 22:44 20 Apr 2018

Good Evening All

This is a GENUINE UNIDENTIFIED POSTCARD as usual, unposted offering no clues but I couldn’t resist this lively lump of water ;o}

  Fruit Bat /\0/\ 23:03 20 Apr 2018

Looks similar to the Clay wagon works Long Eaton in the 1947 floods

  Brumas 23:17 20 Apr 2018

I'm turning in now Folks, G'Night All.

  rdave13 00:01 21 Apr 2018

Any clues at the back?

  Brumas 10:19 21 Apr 2018

rdave13, absolutely nothing, no publisher's or printer's name, just a bog standard divided back.

  Brumas 10:22 21 Apr 2018

Using a magnifying glass I can make out either W or N on the first goods wagon.

  Brumas 10:22 21 Apr 2018

oops, and a B or S

  Fruit Bat /\0/\ 11:03 21 Apr 2018

The two NB (NBR) wagons are 4 plank siide drop ballast wagons used predominently in central Scotland and all over the North of England although they could be found almost anywhere.

Is that a water tower on the far right?

  Brumas 12:36 21 Apr 2018

Fruit Bat /\0/\, it does look like a water tower, magnification of the card doesn't help though.

  Archie44 12:04 24 Apr 2018

the only thing i can think of is Teddington Lock

  Belatucadrus 12:22 24 Apr 2018

Lynmouth ?

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