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7406 Hampton Acid 161112


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Acid train 7406 ex Hampton.
Full consist of AQHY waggons and the new CSA sulphuric acid tanks.
Tanks 0076 to 0087 built by Acid Plant Management Services.
Tanks 0088 to 0136 built by Vcare Engineering, India for Access Petrotec & Mining Solutions.

24 files, last one added on Dec 11, 2016
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3442-4443 Esperance Fuel 161116


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Waggon consist photos of 3442 loaded at West Kal and 4442 empty at Binduli.
ACC 6031 did the honours on both trains.
3442 details: 26 vehicles, 505 metres for 2165 tonnes.

59 files, last one added on Dec 29, 2016
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