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193-0072 viewsWamuran station building from the eastern end. The line through Wamuran opened on December 6, 1909 and was extended to Kilcoy by 1914, then Wamuran became the terminus on the July 1, 1964 This station building now resides at the Australian Narrow Gauge Railway Museum Society in Woodford.
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193-0162 viewsWamuran, PHOA type flat waggon PHOA 37130 awaits loading on the goods loop, originally a HO type open waggon built by Comeng Qld, one of 100 such waggons in 1973-74. Behind it is a cut down WHX type former grain waggon built by Comeng Qld in 1959-60, one of 300 built, now coded PWH type PWH 31350.
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193-0270 viewsWamuran station building from the western end. The line through Wamuran opened on December 6, 1909 and was extended to Kilcoy by 1914, then Wamuran became the terminus on the July 1, 1964. This station building now resides at the Australian Narrow Gauge Railway Museum Society in Woodford.
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193-0359 viewsWamuran station yard looking west towards Kilcoy, empty pineapple bins await loading, flat waggons in goods road loaded with bins.
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193-0461 viewsWamuran station yard overview, looking towards Kilcoy across Attwood Street, Station Road on the right with the truck.
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193-0559 viewsWamuran, looking south east in the Up direction towards Moodlu. Catch point to protect runaway waggons out of Wamuran.
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193-0658 viewsWamuran, looking north west in the Down direction towards Wamuran. Catch point to protect runaway waggons out of Wamuran.
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193-0757 viewsWamuran, catch point and lever.
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193-0860 viewsMoodlu quarry junction, looking west in the Down direction, quarry line curves away to the left, line continues around to the right to the site of Moodlu. The overbridge is marked as 5.150 km.
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193-0957 viewsMoodlu, looking east in the up direction towards Moodlu Quarry junction, signal protecting with ground frame visible in the distance.
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193-1061 viewsMoodlu Quarry junction ground frame signal levers. Looking east in the Up direction under the overbridge.
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193-1159 viewsMoodlu Quarry junction looking west in the Down direction with Moodlu station site around to the right, ground frame and interlocking.
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193-1256 viewsMoodlu Quarry line curving around to the left with catch point and disc, the line on the right is curving towards Moodlu station site.
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193-1351 viewsMoodlu, old grade crossing whistle sign, looking east in Up direction towards what is now Devantier Rd grade crossing. GeoData.
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193-1455 viewsMoodlu, old grade crossing, looking west in Down direction across what is now Devantier Rd grade crossing, signal is for the Moodlu Quarry junction which is just around the curve. GeoData.
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193-1556 viewsGympie station yard overview looking south in the Up direction from the Stewart Terrace overbridge. GeoData.
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193-1643 viewsGympie station yard overview looking south in the Up direction from the Stewart Terrace overbridge, zoomed in, station and platform in the middle, loco turntable to the right. GeoData.
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193-1740 viewsGympie station yard entrance looking north towards Gympie North in the Down direction from the Stewart Terrace overbridge. GeoData.
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193-1836 viewsGympie station yard entrance where the single track junctions into three, looking north towards Gympie North in the Down direction from Tozer Street. GeoData.
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193-1947 viewsGympie, station yard, QR narrow gauge unit 1648, an English Electric built RSE92C model locomotive for QR as class 1620. GeoData.
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