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200px|right| Smiths, Rodley 6 ton crane DW35 and crane runner DW75]]DW35 is a 6-ton capacity crane, built by Smiths of Rodley, Leeds in 1949 for BR(W). The crane was mostly used at Radyr before being declared surplus to requirements at Swindon. Since arrival on the SVR in 1974 it has been used for Permanent Way work up and down the line. It acquired the nickname Toby Jiblets, which originated with Tommy Smyth, the redoubtable P.W. foreman for many years<ref>[https://forum.svr-online.org.uk/viewtopic.php?t=1157 SVR forum]</ref>.
The crane is paired with Crane Jib Runner DW75, which was built by the GWR at Swindon in 1927 for an earlier steam crane.
=Sources== Railway Heritage Register Wagon Survey< br> Severn Valley Railway Stock Book Eighth Edition< br>
gwr813. org/DW35.htm DW35 on gwr813.org ]<br> [http://www. ws.vintagecarriagestrust.org/ws/WagonInfo.asp?Ref= 7480 PO 2686 on vintagecarriagestrust.org] <br>
==See also==[[ Goods Wagons | List of goods wagons]]