Just to be awkward my entry is less focussed on the wagon and more on the scene. The inspiration comes from one of my all time favourite railway photos, an image of Sleights station from LNER Lines in the Yorkshire Ridings, taken when the goods yard was still in use. Here's a tiny slice from the original which depicts what I've set my sights at. We're looking at the wooden open backing onto the platform. What interests me is that both doors are open, on the left fully so and on the right forming a ramp between wagon and platform. I suspect that the wagon is being used as a coal store for the station, there are empty bags draped over the side and what appear to be full bags within. I've no idea what the wagon itself is but for me that's not particularly important as I have a suitable victim lined up in the shape of an old Ian Kirk kit bought from the second hand shelf at Tywyn Wharf station a couple of years ago.