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RAILVAC machines are now a common sight on Network Rail lines. Built in Sweden by Railcare Group AB they are formally known as BVES (or ballast vacuum extraction system), though colloquially sometimes the term ‘rail elephant’ is used.

The system allows ballast, clay, gravel

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