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130703 012331 viewsMurdinga,
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130703 013127 viewsMurdinga, bogie grain hopper waggon HAN 18, 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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130703 013230 viewsMurdinga, HCN type bogie grain hopper waggon HCN 20, 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 being loaded with grain between two HAN type waggons with Moose Metalworks roll-top cover.
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130703 013327 viewsMurdinga, HCN type bogie grain hopper waggon HCN 20, 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 being loaded with grain between two HAN type waggons with Moose Metalworks roll-top cover.
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130703 013429 viewsMurdinga, bogie grain hopper waggon HAN 18, 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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130703 013527 viewsMurdinga, HCN type bogie grain hopper waggon HCN 9, 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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130703 013729 viewsMurdinga,
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130703 013828 viewsMurdinga, bogie grain hopper waggon HAN 27, 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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130703 013927 viewsMurdinga, bogie grain hopper waggon HAN 50, 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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130703 014022 viewsMurdinga, bogie grain hopper waggon HAN 47, 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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130703 014122 viewsMurdinga, bogie grain hopper waggon HAN 26, 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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130703 014221 viewsMurdinga, bogie grain hopper waggon HAN 38, 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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130703 014321 viewsMurdinga, bogie grain hopper waggon HAN 40, 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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