A railway loading gauge is typically a curved timber or metal bar suspended above a railway track in a goods yard or industrial siding. Loading gauges are used to check if the freight loaded in an open-sided or open-topped freight wagon is 'within gauge' - i.e. to check that it is both low enough and narrow enough to pass safely along the line without hitting anything.
SCRCA Location Type: Loading Gauge
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