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060527 410337 viewsScotia, AQNY 32212, final one of sixty two waggons built by Goninan WA in 1998 as WQN type for Murrin Murrin container traffic, with sulphur skips S44S and S40F both with original style doors and sliding tarpaulins, train 6029 loaded Malcolm freighter.
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060527 410435 viewsScotia, AQNY 32166, one of sixty two waggons built by Goninan WA in 1998 as WQN type for Murrin Murrin container traffic, with sulphur skips S83S and S14R both with original style doors and sliding tarpaulins, train 6029 loaded Malcolm freighter.
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060527 410537 viewsScotia, AQNY 32173, one of sixty two waggons built by Goninan WA in 1998 as WQN type for Murrin Murrin container traffic, with sulphur skips S10E and S107U both with original style doors and sliding tarpaulins, train 6029 loaded Malcolm freighter.
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060527 410634 viewsScotia, AQNY 32204, one of sixty two waggons built by Goninan WA in 1998 as WQN type for Murrin Murrin container traffic, with sulphur skips S39J and S31G both with original style doors and sliding tarpaulins, train 6029 loaded Malcolm freighter.
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060527 410735 viewsScotia, AQNY 32193, one of sixty two waggons built by Goninan WA in 1998 as WQN type for Murrin Murrin container traffic, with sulphur skips S22H with original style door and sliding tarpaulin, and S21V with original door and modified top, train 6029 loaded Malcolm freighter.
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060527 410834 viewsScotia, AQNY 32151, type leader of sixty two waggons built by Goninan WA in 1998 as WQN type for Murrin Murrin container traffic, with sulphur skips S140M and S110L both with original style doors and sliding tarpaulins, S110L also has the 'Man' logo, train 6029 loaded Malcolm freighter.
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060527 410934 viewsScotia, AQNY 32169, one of sixty two waggons built by Goninan WA in 1998 as WQN type for Murrin Murrin container traffic, with sulphur skips S135D with original style door and sliding tarpaulin, and S124J with original door and modified roll top tarpaulin, train 6029 loaded Malcolm freighter.
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060527 411034 viewsScotia, AQNY 32179, one of sixty two waggons built by Goninan WA in 1998 as WQN type for Murrin Murrin container traffic, with sulphur skips S38A and S73K with original doors and modified top tarpaulins, S38A also stencilled 'OPEN BY HAND', train 6029 loaded Malcolm freighter.
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060527 411134 viewsScotia, AQNY 32208, one of sixty two waggons built by Goninan WA in 1998 as WQN type for Murrin Murrin container traffic, with two 20' hydrogen peroxide tank tainers, LOGU 953190 and LOGU 953195, train 6029 loaded Malcolm freighter.
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060527 411232 viewsScotia, AQNY 32167, one of sixty two waggons built by Goninan WA in 1998 as WQN type for Murrin Murrin container traffic, with sulphur skips S25L and S156F with original doors and modified tops with tarpaulins, train 6029 loaded Malcolm freighter.
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060527 411333 viewsScotia, AQNY 32191, one of sixty two waggons built by Goninan WA in 1998 as WQN type for Murrin Murrin container traffic, with sulphur skips S41Y and S84E with original doors and modified tops with tarpaulins, train 6029 loaded Malcolm freighter.
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060527 411433 viewsScotia, AQNY 32195, one of sixty two waggons built by Goninan WA in 1998 as WQN type for Murrin Murrin container traffic, with two Royal Wolf 20' containers WTQU 229658 and RWHU 265044, train 6029 loaded Malcolm freighter.
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060527 411532 viewsScotia, AQNY 32200, one of sixty two waggons built by Goninan WA in 1998 as WQN type for Murrin Murrin container traffic, with two Royal Wolf 20' containers RRDU 234861 and RWLU 800387, train 6029 loaded Malcolm freighter.
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060527 411636 viewsScotia, AQNY 32186, one of sixty two waggons built by Goninan WA in 1998 as WQN type for Murrin Murrin container traffic, with two Royal Wolf 20' containers RWTU 311459 and RWTU 207425, train 6029 loaded Malcolm freighter.
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060527 411733 viewsScotia, AQNY 32184, one of sixty two waggons built by Goninan WA in 1998 as WQN type for Murrin Murrin container traffic, with two 20' containers, Cronos CRXU 262832 and unidentified RSSU 953644, train 6029 loaded Malcolm freighter.
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060527 411832 viewsScotia, AQCY 30390 container waggon, originally built by Tomlinson Steel WA as WFX type in 1970 from a batch of one hundred and sixty one waggons, recoded to WQCX type in 1980 with three 20' containers.
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060527 412934 viewsScotia, WQTY 30419 flat waggon, originally built by Tomlinson Steel WA as WFX type in 1970 from a batch of one hundred and sixty one waggons, recoded to WQCX type in 1980, then WQC type before recoded back the WQCX in 1982, then current code in 1996. Seen here carrying six loaded nickel ore kibbles.
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060527 413033 viewsScotia, AQCY 30219 flat waggon, one of forty five waggons built by WAGR Midland workshops in 1974 as WFX type, recoded in 1979 to WQCX. Here carrying six loaded nickel ore kibbles.
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060527 413134 viewsScotia, AQCY 31014 flat waggon, one of ten built by WAGR Midland workshops in 1981 as WFA type, recoded in 1989 to WQCY, then RHQY in 1994 and back to WQCY in 1996. View of number board and bogie in nickel ore kibble service.
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060527 413231 viewsScotia, AFAF 30461 flat waggon, originally built by Tomlinson Steel WA as WFX type in 1970 as the final member of one hundred and sixty one waggons, recoded to WQCX type in 1981. Seen here carrying six loaded nickel ore kibbles.
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