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100601 851726 viewsParkeston, AQWY 30392
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100602 867628 viewsWest Kalgoorlie, AQRY 1012
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100603 883032 viewsParkeston, RMWY 34027 triple deck car carrying waggon, built by Comeng NSW in 1975 within the third batch of ten WMX type double deck car carrying waggons, re-coded to WMFX in 1979, converted to triple deck WMGF in 1989 then under National Rail leasing they became RMWY type.
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100603 883126 viewsParkeston, RMWY 34024 triple deck car carrying waggon, built by Comeng NSW in 1975 within the third batch of ten WMX type double deck car carrying waggons, re-coded to WMFX in 1979, converted to triple deck WMGF in 1989 then under National Rail leasing they became RMWY type.
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100603 883227 viewsParkeston, RMWY 34025
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100603 883326 viewsParkeston, RMWY 34029
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100603 885335 viewsWest Kalgoorlie, WGLA 30119 originally built by WAGR Midland workshops in 1966 as the final WF type bogie flat waggon of 119 in total, converted to WSA breakdown flat waggon in 1967, to WFW in 1974, then converted to bagged nickel matte traffic WGLA type in 1985.
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100603 885430 viewsWest Kalgoorlie, AOXY 33067, converted to carry nickel matte bulk bags, in WGL traffic.
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100603 885528 viewsWest Kalgoorlie, WGL 636 originally one of ten units built by Westrail Midland worshops in 1976 as WFN type bogie flat waggon for Western Mining Corp. for nickel matte kibble traffic as WFN 608 and converted to WGL for bagged nickel matte in 1979.
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100603 885627 viewsWest Kalgoorlie, AOXY 33101, converted to carry nickel matte bulk bags, in WGL traffic.
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100603 885731 viewsWest Kalgoorlie, AOXY 33229, converted to carry nickel matte bulk bags, in WGL traffic.
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100603 885826 viewsWest Kalgoorlie, WGL 639 originally one of ten units built by Westrail Midland worshops in 1975-76 as WFN type bogie flat waggon for Western Mining Corp. for nickel matte kibble traffic as WFN 603 and converted to WGL for bagged nickel matte in 1984.
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100603 885926 viewsWest Kalgoorlie, WGL 633 originally one of three units built by Westrail Midland worshops in 1976-7 as WGL type bogie flat waggon for Western Mining Corp. for bagged nickel matte traffic.
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100603 886028 viewsWest Kalgoorlie, AOXY 33214, converted to carry nickel matte bulk bags, in WGL traffic.
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100603 886128 viewsWest Kalgoorlie, AOXY 33123, converted to carry nickel matte bulk bags, in WGL traffic.
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100603 886231 viewsWest Kalgoorlie, WGLA 30027 originally built by WAGR Midland workshops in 1965 as WF type bogie flat waggon, to WFW in 1974, then converted to bagged nickel matte traffic WGLA type in 1984.
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100603 886325 viewsWest Kalgoorlie, WGL 635 originally one of ten units built by Westrail Midland worshops in 1976 as WFN type bogie flat waggon for Western Mining Corp. for nickel matte kibble traffic as WFN 605 and converted to WGL for bagged nickel matte in 1979.
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100603 886430 viewsWest Kalgoorlie, AOXY 33082, converted to carry nickel matte bulk bags, in WGL traffic.
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100608 970671 viewsMidland, AQNY 32169, one of sixty two waggons built by Goninan WA in 1998 as WQN class for Murrin Murrin container traffic, running empty on train 2430 empty Malcolm freighter.
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100608 970729 viewsMidland, AQNY 32179, one of sixty two waggons built by Goninan WA in 1998 as WQN class for Murrin Murrin container traffic, running empty on train 2430 empty Malcolm freighter.
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