This is the second standard UAX and the first to use 2000 type selectors. It was designed as a replacement for the UAX6.
The image below shows a 200 line preserved UAX13, the C unit is at the far end, followed by four A units.
Also in this section there is information on racks that were used in New Zealand. The majority of the information on these exchanges has come from Ian Lay and John Briggs. John is involved with a Railway preservation group in South Auckland (Glenbrook Vintage Railway) and has a UAX NZ13 at the railway. This UAX was recovered from Waiotahi (on the North Island's East coast near Opotiki) and was transported the building complete with the UAX equipment to the railway. The UAX is currently non-operational but it is planned to restore it and use it as a telephone system for the railway.
Some photos of it are shown below:
The outside of the building
General View A unit (top and bottom)