The Leek Station sign is nice, but we’re looking at the flat wagon!
Wagons of this style were used to carry coal, loaded in three boxes, from the pit to the canal, where the boxes were lifted by crane from the wagon and emptied into a narrow boat.
This wagon was completely rebuilt by two members from four wheels and buffers and any other metal parts that were found, plus a lot of timber. The idea was to use it as a runner for the Hand Crane. Now all that’s needed is three boxes!