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060530 494333 viewsParkeston, AHQF on the rear of the Loongana Limestone service, originally built by Goninan WA for Western Quarries as a batch of twenty coded WHA type in 1995. Purchased by Westrail in 1998.
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060530 494445 viewsParkeston, AFBF 33121 kibble flat waggon, built by WAGR Midland Workshops in 1969 in a batch of fifty eight WGX type open waggons without end doors, in 1975 to WGN for nickel traffic, back to WGX in 1976, to WOAX, then in 1987 to WOSF for steel traffic, then further cut down to for kibble traffic as seen here.
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060530 494538 viewsParkeston, AFBF 33121 kibble flat waggon, built by WAGR Midland Workshops in 1969 in a batch of fifty eight WGX type open waggons without end doors, in 1975 to WGN for nickel traffic, back to WGX in 1976, to WOAX, then in 1987 to WOSF for steel traffic, then further cut down to for kibble traffic as seen here.
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060530 494639 viewsParkeston, WFB 33213 kibble flat waggon built by WAGR Midland Workshops in 1973 in a final batch of twenty five WGX type open waggons without end doors, in c1975 recoded to WOAX, in 1981 to WGG for gypsum traffic, then in 1987 to WOSF for steel traffic, then further cut down to for kibble traffic as seen here.
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060530 494741 viewsParkeston, WFB 33213 kibble flat waggon built by WAGR Midland Workshops in 1973 in a final batch of twenty five WGX type open waggons without end doors, in c1975 recoded to WOAX, in 1981 to WGG for gypsum traffic, then in 1987 to WOSF for steel traffic, then further cut down to for kibble traffic as seen here.
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060531 498134 viewsWest Kalgoorlie, AQCY with two Westrail COR type roll top containers usually carting sulphur on this Murrin Murrin or Malcolm freighter service.
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060531 498276 viewsWest Kalgoorlie, AQNY 32153 one of sixty two waggons built by Goninan WA in 1998 as WQN class for Murrin Murrin container traffic with two original style sulphur containers S155 and an unnumbered one with sliding tarpaulin roofs.
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060531 498340 viewsWest Kalgoorlie, AQNY 32183 one of sixty two waggons built by Goninan WA in 1998 as WQN class for Murrin Murrin container traffic, with a pair of loaded sulphur skips with original door and sliding tarpaulins.
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060531 498438 viewsWest Kalgoorlie, AQNY 32207 one of sixty two waggons built by Goninan WA in 1998 as WQN class for Murrin Murrin container traffic, with sulphur skips S93 and S58 with original door and two types of tarpaulins.
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060531 498541 viewsWest Kalgoorlie, AQNY 32194 one of sixty two waggons built by Goninan WA in 1998 as WQN class for Murrin Murrin container traffic, with sulphur skips S131 and S162 with original door and sliding tarpaulins.
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060531 498637 viewsWest Kalgoorlie, AQNY 32176 one of sixty two waggons built by Goninan WA in 1998 as WQN class for Murrin Murrin container traffic, with sulphur skips S43 and S103 with original door and sliding tarpaulins.
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060531 498739 viewsWest Kalgoorlie, AQNY 32197 one of sixty two waggons built by Goninan WA in 1998 as WQN class for Murrin Murrin container traffic, with sulphur skips S22 and S10 with original door and sliding tarpaulins.
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060531 498839 viewsWest Kalgoorlie, AQNY 32189 one of sixty two waggons built by Goninan WA in 1998 as WQN class for Murrin Murrin container traffic, with sulphur skips S74 and S7 with original door and sliding tarpaulins.
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060531 498941 viewsWest Kalgoorlie, AQNY 32157 one of sixty two waggons built by Goninan WA in 1998 as WQN class for Murrin Murrin container traffic, with sulphur skips S140 and S97 with original door and sliding tarpaulins.
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060531 499036 viewsWest Kalgoorlie, AQCY loaded with three 20' 2210 standard type containers on the Murrin Murrin or Malcolm freighter service.
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060531 507440 viewsParkeston, OPC 381, originally built by South Australian Railways Islington Workshops in 1964 as an 8300 class brake van numbered 8365 on broad gauge, to standard gauge and recoded in Sept 1982 to AVAY 381, converted for LCL traffic Peterborough and Broken Hill in June 1987 as ABLP and then in April 1992 modified and recoded to OPC stores van.
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060531 507535 viewsParkeston, OPC 381, originally built by South Australian Railways Islington Workshops in 1964 as an 8300 class brake van numbered 8365 on broad gauge, to standard gauge and recoded in Sept 1982 to AVAY 381, converted for LCL traffic Peterborough and Broken Hill in June 1987 as ABLP and then in April 1992 modified and recoded to OPC stores van.
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060531 507633 viewsParkeston, OPC 381, originally built by South Australian Railways Islington Workshops in 1964 as an 8300 class brake van numbered 8365 on broad gauge, to standard gauge and recoded in Sept 1982 to AVAY 381, converted for LCL traffic Peterborough and Broken Hill in June 1987 as ABLP and then in April 1992 modified and recoded to OPC stores van.
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060602 516447 viewsMidland, AQNY 32169 and 32172 are two of sixty two waggons built by Goninan WA in 1998 as WQN class for Murrin Murrin container traffic, on an empty up Malcolm freighter with empty sulphur bins.
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060603 523237 viewsMidland, WGL 635 originally one of ten units built by Westrail Midland Workshops 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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