Manufacturing small parts in the wagon shop at Wolverton works, c 1928.
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Wagons were first manufactured at Wolverton after the 'Grouping' of 1923. Wolverton works dates from 1838 and is the oldest surviving railway workshop in the UK. At this time Wolverton specialised in building road vehicles. However, carriages and wagons were also being manufactured.