Covered Carriage Truck was a type of railway van with end doors used for moving motor cars or parcel traffic.
British Rail's Earlestown Works built 822 four-wheeled Covered Carriage Trucks; these were preceded by a prototype, number 94100, built at Doncaster. In addition, Doncaster Works rebuilt 4 fomer LNER passenger coaches as prototype bogie CCTs numbered 96200–96203.
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