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100609 099819 viewsMidland, AQWY31051V
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100609 0998210 viewsMidland, AQWY30231N
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100609 099839 viewsMidland, AQCY30242Q
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100609 0998428 viewsMidland, AZDY 30757, one of about fourteen WBAX vans converted to AZDY type sodium cyanide container waggon, originally built by WAGR Midland workshops as one of seventy five WV/X type covered vans in 1967-68, converted late 1988/9 to WQDF.
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100609 0998516 viewsMidland, AQGY30080F
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100609 0998612 viewsMidland, AZDY 30733, one of about fourteen WBAX vans converted to AZDY type sodium cyanide container waggon, originally built by WAGR Midland workshops as one of seventy five WV/X type covered vans in 1967-68, converted late 1988/9 to WQDF.
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100609 0998717 viewsMidland, AZDY 30728, one of about fourteen WBAX vans converted to AZDY type sodium cyanide container waggon, originally built by WAGR Midland workshops as one of seventy five WV/X type covered vans in 1967-68, converted late 1988/9 to WQDF.
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100609 0998811 viewsMidland, AZDY 30719, one of about fourteen WBAX vans converted to AZDY type sodium cyanide container waggon, originally built by WAGR Midland workshops as one of seventy five WV/X type covered vans in 1967-68, converted late 1988/9 to WQDF.
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100609 0998912 viewsMidland, AZDY 30746, one of about fourteen WBAX vans converted to AZDY type sodium cyanide container waggon, originally built by WAGR Midland workshops as one of seventy five WV/X type covered vans in 1967-68, converted late 1988/9 to WQDF.
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100609 0999010 viewsMidland, AQWY30435R
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100609 0999115 viewsMidland, ATTY 30672 fuel tanker, one of five built by AE Goodwin NSW in 1970 as WST type, recoded to WSTY and then ATTY. 78600 litre capacity.
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100609 099927 viewsMidland, ATPY 602, fuel tanker, built by WAGR Midland workshops in 1976 as WJP type for BP Oil, capacity of 80500 litres.
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100609 099939 viewsMidland, ATFY509W
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100609 0999416 viewsMidland, ATVY type fuel tank waggon ATVY 618, built by Comeng WA in 1965 for BP on the narrow gauge as JTD type JTD 340, in 1970 to SG and recoded WJT 520, then in 1988 to WJT 618.
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100609 0999514 viewsMidland, ATDY501N
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100609 0999610 viewsMidland, ATPY585L
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100609 099978 viewsMidland, ATBY14593L
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100609 099988 viewsMidland, ATBY14593L
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100609 0999911 viewsMidland, ATKY516S
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100609 1000112 viewsMidland, ATKY516S
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