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130704 04506 viewsKyancutta, as the train powers away south some examples of the SAR built HAN type of bogie grain waggons lead the front of the rake, sixty eight units were built by South Australian Railways Islington Workshops between 1969 and 1973 for the Eyre Peninsula system. 4th July 2013.
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130704 04515 viewsKyancutta, as the train powers away south two examples of the SAR built HAN type of bogie grain waggons lead the front of the rake, sixty eight units were built by South Australian Railways Islington Workshops between 1969 and 1973 for the Eyre Peninsula system with the third waggon being an HCN type converted by SAR Islington Workshops between 1978-79 from Tulloch Ltd NSW built NHB type iron ore waggons. 4th July 2013.
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130704 04526 viewsKyancutta, HCN type bogie grain hopper waggon HCN 16, originally an NHB type hopper built by Tulloch Ltd for the Commonwealth Railways North Australia Railway. One of forty rebuilt by Islington Workshops 1978-79 to the HCN type with a 36 ton rating, increased to 40 tonnes in 1984. Seen here loaded with grain with a Moose Metalworks roll-top cover.
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130704 04535 viewsKyancutta, HAN type bogie grain hopper waggon HAN 46, one of sixty eight units built by South Australian Railways Islington Workshops between 1969 and 1973 as the HAN type for the Eyre Peninsula system.
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130704 04544 viewsKyancutta, HAN type bogie grain hopper waggon HAN 51, one of sixty eight units built by South Australian Railways Islington Workshops between 1969 and 1973 as the HAN type for the Eyre Peninsula system.
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130704 04555 viewsKyancutta, HCN type bogie grain hopper waggon HCN 2, originally an NHB type hopper built by Tulloch Ltd for the Commonwealth Railways North Australia Railway. One of forty rebuilt by Islington Workshops 1978-79 to the HCN type with a 36 ton rating, increased to 40 tonnes in 1984. Seen here loaded with grain with a Moose Metalworks roll-top cover.
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130704 04564 viewsKyancutta, HAN type bogie grain hopper waggon HAN 17, one of sixty eight units built by South Australian Railways Islington Workshops between 1969 and 1973 as the HAN type for the Eyre Peninsula system.
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130704 04576 viewsKyancutta, HBN type dual use ballast / grain hopper waggons, HBN 9, still with the side walkway fitted is one of seventeen built by South Australian Railways Islington Workshops in 1968 with a 25 ton capacity, increased to 34 tons in 1974. HBN 1-11 fitted with removable tops and roll-top hatches in 1999-2000.
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130704 04584 viewsKyancutta, HAN type bogie grain hopper waggon HAN 24, one of sixty eight units built by South Australian Railways Islington Workshops between 1969 and 1973 as the HAN type for the Eyre Peninsula system.
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130704 04596 viewsKyancutta, HAN type bogie grain hopper waggon HAN 10, one of sixty eight units built by South Australian Railways Islington Workshops between 1969 and 1973 as the HAN type for the Eyre Peninsula system.
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130704 04605 viewsKyancutta, HAN type bogie grain hopper waggon HAN 3, one of sixty eight units built by South Australian Railways Islington Workshops between 1969 and 1973 as the HAN type for the Eyre Peninsula system.
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130704 04615 viewsKyancutta, HAN type bogie grain hopper waggon HAN 23, one of sixty eight units built by South Australian Railways Islington Workshops between 1969 and 1973 as the HAN type for the Eyre Peninsula system.
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130704 04627 viewsKyancutta, HAN type bogie grain hopper waggon HAN 53, one of sixty eight units built by South Australian Railways Islington Workshops between 1969 and 1973 as the HAN type for the Eyre Peninsula system.
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130704 04635 viewsKyancutta, HAN type bogie grain hopper waggon HAN 6, one of sixty eight units built by South Australian Railways Islington Workshops between 1969 and 1973 as the HAN type for the Eyre Peninsula system.
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130704 04646 viewsKyancutta, HAN type bogie grain hopper waggon HAN 57, one of sixty eight units built by South Australian Railways Islington Workshops between 1969 and 1973 as the HAN type for the Eyre Peninsula system.
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130704 04654 viewsKyancutta, HAN type bogie grain hopper waggon HAN 48, one of sixty eight units built by South Australian Railways Islington Workshops between 1969 and 1973 as the HAN type for the Eyre Peninsula system.
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130704 04667 viewsKyancutta, HBN type dual use ballast / grain hopper waggons, HBN 2, still with the side walkway fitted is one of seventeen built by South Australian Railways Islington Workshops in 1968 with a 25 ton capacity, increased to 34 tons in 1974. HBN 1-11 fitted with removable tops and roll-top hatches in 1999-2000.
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130704 04675 viewsKyancutta, HAN type bogie grain hopper waggon HAN 62, one of sixty eight units built by South Australian Railways Islington Workshops between 1969 and 1973 as the HAN type for the Eyre Peninsula system.
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130704 04686 viewsKyancutta, HAN type bogie grain hopper waggon HAN 66, one of sixty eight units built by South Australian Railways Islington Workshops between 1969 and 1973 as the HAN type for the Eyre Peninsula system.
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130704 04698 viewsKyancutta, HCN type leader bogie grain hopper waggon HCN 1, originally an NHB type hopper built by Tulloch Ltd for the Commonwealth Railways North Australia Railway. One of forty rebuilt by Islington Workshops 1978-79 to the HCN type with a 36 ton rating, increased to 40 tonnes in 1984. Seen here loaded with grain with a Moose Metalworks roll-top cover.
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