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060113 241446 viewsCeduna, loaded gypsum train 6DD2 powers along the grades outside of town behind the triple 1600 / NJ class combination of 1604, NJ 3 and 1601 at 08:10 AM on the Friday the 13th January 2006.
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060113 241537 viewsCeduna, loaded gypsum train 6DD2 powers along the grades outside of town behind the triple 1600 / NJ class combination of 1604, NJ 3 and 1601 at 08:10 AM on the Friday the 13th January 2006.
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060113 241636 viewsCeduna, loaded gypsum train 6DD2 powers along the grades outside of town behind the triple 1600 / NJ class combination of 1604, NJ 3 and 1601 at 08:10 AM on the Friday the 13th January 2006.
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060113 241736 viewsCeduna, loaded gypsum train 6DD2 stirs up the dust behind the triple Clyde Engineering EMD JL22C model 1600 / NJ class combination of 1604 serial 71-731 and originally NJ 4, NJ 3 serial 71-730 and 1601 serial 71-728 class leader NJ 1, all three unts started on the Central Australia Railway in 1971 and were transferred to the Eyre Peninsula in 1981. 08:10 AM on the Friday the 13th January 2006.
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060113 241839 viewsCeduna, loaded gypsum train 6DD2 stirs up the dust behind the triple Clyde Engineering EMD JL22C model 1600 / NJ class combination of 1604 serial 71-731 and originally NJ 4, NJ 3 serial 71-730 and 1601 serial 71-728 class leader NJ 1, all three unts started on the Central Australia Railway in 1971 and were transferred to the Eyre Peninsula in 1981. 08:10 AM on the Friday the 13th January 2006.
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060113 241936 viewsCeduna, loaded gypsum train 6DD2 stirs up the dust behind the triple Clyde Engineering EMD JL22C model 1600 / NJ class combination of 1604 serial 71-731 and originally NJ 4, NJ 3 serial 71-730 and 1601 serial 71-728 class leader NJ 1, all three unts started on the Central Australia Railway in 1971 and were transferred to the Eyre Peninsula in 1981. 08:10 AM on the Friday the 13th January 2006.
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060113 242047 viewsCeduna, loaded gypsum train 6DD2 stirs up the dust behind the triple Clyde Engineering EMD JL22C model 1600 / NJ class combination of 1604 serial 71-731 and originally NJ 4, NJ 3 serial 71-730 and 1601 serial 71-728 class leader NJ 1, all three unts started on the Central Australia Railway in 1971 and were transferred to the Eyre Peninsula in 1981. 08:10 AM on the Friday the 13th January 2006.
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060113 242138 viewsCeduna, loaded gypsum train 6DD2 stirs up the dust behind the triple Clyde Engineering EMD JL22C model 1600 / NJ class combination of 1604 serial 71-731 and originally NJ 4, NJ 3 serial 71-730 and 1601 serial 71-728 class leader NJ 1, all three unts started on the Central Australia Railway in 1971 and were transferred to the Eyre Peninsula in 1981. 08:10 AM on the Friday the 13th January 2006.
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060113 242242 viewsCeduna, loaded gypsum train 6DD2 stirs up the dust behind the triple Clyde Engineering EMD JL22C model 1600 / NJ class combination of 1604 serial 71-731 and originally NJ 4, NJ 3 serial 71-730 and 1601 serial 71-728 class leader NJ 1, all three unts started on the Central Australia Railway in 1971 and were transferred to the Eyre Peninsula in 1981. 08:10 AM on the Friday the 13th January 2006.
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060113 242337 viewsCeduna, loaded gypsum train 6DD2 stirs up the dust behind the triple Clyde Engineering EMD JL22C model 1600 / NJ class combination of 1604 serial 71-731 and originally NJ 4, NJ 3 serial 71-730 and 1601 serial 71-728 class leader NJ 1, all three unts started on the Central Australia Railway in 1971 and were transferred to the Eyre Peninsula in 1981. 08:10 AM on the Friday the 13th January 2006.
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060113 242438 viewsCeduna, NJ class Clyde Engineering EMD JL22C model unit NJ 3 serial 71-730, built in 1971 at Clyde's Granville NSW workshops, started out on the Central Australia Railway for the Commonwealth Railways before being transferred to the Eyre Peninsula system in 1981. Still in AN green but lettered for Australian Southern Railroad.
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060113 242540 viewsCeduna, class leader of the NJ and now 1600 class 1601 and formally NJ 1 'Ben Chifley', a Clyde Engineering EMD JL22C model serial 71-728, built in 1971 at Clyde's Granville NSW workshops, started out on the Central Australia Railway for the Commonwealth Railways before being transferred to the Eyre Peninsula system in 1981, in current owners livery.
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060113 242638 viewsCeduna, loaded gypsum train 6DD2 behind the triple Clyde Engineering EMD JL22C model 1600 / NJ class combination of 1604 serial 71-731 and originally NJ 4, NJ 3 serial 71-730 and 1601 serial 71-728 class leader NJ 1, all three unts started on the Central Australia Railway in 1971 and were transferred to the Eyre Peninsula in 1981. 08:10 AM on the Friday the 13th January 2006.
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060113 242743 viewsCeduna, originally one of sixty two Kinki Sharyo built NH type for the NAR in 1966, now coded ENH type ENH 33 with hungry boards loaded with gypsum, on loaded train 6DD2 near the 436 km post.
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060113 242861 viewsCeduna, originally one of forty six Kinki Sharyo built NHA type waggons NHA 978 for the NAR in 1968, now coded ENHA type ENHA 2 with hungry boards loaded with gypsum on loaded train 6DD2 near the 436 km post.
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060113 242959 viewsThevenard, GCF type weighbridge test waggon GCF 7083, originally built by SAR Islington workshops as an CFN type cattle waggon CFN 7083 in 1945 and sent new to EP Division, converted in 1969 to GCF sleeper transport waggon, then to a Shunters Runner c.1975 and to the current guise c.1996. More details can be found for this waggon here. Seen here next to one of the silo complexes.
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060113 243040 viewsThevenard, GCF type weighbridge test waggon GCF 7083, originally built by SAR Islington workshops as an CFN type cattle waggon CFN 7083 in 1945 and sent new to EP Division, converted in 1969 to GCF sleeper transport waggon, then to a Shunters Runner c.1975 and to the current guise c.1996. More details can be found for this waggon here. Seen here next to one of the silo complexes.
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060113 243131 viewsThevenard, at the Gypsum Resources Australian (GRA) gypsum unloading site, 1604 leads a triple consist of Clyde Engineering EMD JL22C model 1600 / NJ class combination of 1604 serial 71-731 and originally NJ 4, NJ 3 serial 71-730 and 1601 serial 71-728 class leader NJ 1, all three unts started on the Central Australia Railway in 1971 and were transferred to the Eyre Peninsula in 1981. 1604 and 1601 both renumbered in 2004. Friday 13th January 2006.
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060113 243231 viewsThevenard, at the Gypsum Resources Australian (GRA) gypsum unloading site, 1604 leads a triple consist of Clyde Engineering EMD JL22C model 1600 / NJ class combination of 1604 serial 71-731 and originally NJ 4, NJ 3 serial 71-730 and 1601 serial 71-728 class leader NJ 1, all three unts started on the Central Australia Railway in 1971 and were transferred to the Eyre Peninsula in 1981. 1604 and 1601 both renumbered in 2004. Friday 13th January 2006.
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060113 243329 viewsThevenard, at the Gypsum Resources Australian (GRA) gypsum unloading site, 1604 leads a triple consist of Clyde Engineering EMD JL22C model 1600 / NJ class combination of 1604 serial 71-731 and originally NJ 4, NJ 3 serial 71-730 and 1601 serial 71-728 class leader NJ 1, all three unts started on the Central Australia Railway in 1971 and were transferred to the Eyre Peninsula in 1981. 1604 and 1601 both renumbered in 2004. Friday 13th January 2006.
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