On 1st December 1923, the Victorian Railways took over the Deniliquin & Moama Railway Company. Amongst the fixed wheel stock aquired were four flat wagons.
These wagons were coded NK and were numbered 1 to 4.
Reason for the NK coding is not known. The letter 'N' was a prefix assigned for ballast wagons and 'K' a letter to denote flat wagons. Most of the D&MR stock had a prefix letter 'D' applied some time in the early 1900's. Perhaps the D&M converted some _ND_ ballast wagons for use as flat trucks prior the takeover.
All four wagons were scrapped in March 1925, probably at Bendigo Workshops.
Vehicle history list
No photos found for NK
No diagrams found for NK
File c443m compiled by Peter J. Vincent, updated 18/11/2007