The wedges serve as a wearing surface for the axle box. They protect the pedestal legs.
This screenshot shows the long wedge. It forms a C-shape to cover the forward leg.
This shows the short wedge. It was a circular cutout at the bottom to receive a bolt head, which is used to adjust the wedge up and down on the aft pedestal leg.
The detail also shows the dimensions used (assumed).
And here the frames are laid side by side, ready for assembling the engine on top.