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060603 523435 viewsMidland, AQCY 30205 container flat waggon built by WAGR Midland Workshops in 1974 part of a batch of forty five WFX type container flat waggons, in 1981 recoded to WQCX. Loaded with two empty 20' Cockburn Cement tanktainers for lime and cement haulage.
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060603 524135 viewsMidland, WQDY 30777 one of about sixteen WBAX vans converted for sodium cyanide container traffic, originally built by WAGR Midland Workshops as one of seventy five WV/X type covered vans in 1967-68, converted 1988 to WQDF, then WQDY, with two AGR empty sodium cyanide tanktainers SD 654 and SD 634.
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060603 524234 viewsMidland, WQDY 30720 one of about sixteen WBAX vans converted for sodium cyanide container traffic, originally built by WAGR Midland Workshops as one of seventy five WV/X type covered vans in 1967-68, converted 1989 to WQDF, then WQDY, with two AGR empty sodium cyanide tanktainers SD 635 and SD 655.
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060603 524335 viewsMidland, WQDY 30743 one of about sixteen WBAX vans converted for sodium cyanide container traffic, originally built by WAGR Midland Workshops as one of seventy five WV/X type covered vans in 1967-68, converted to WQEF in 1989, recoded 1993 to WQDF, then WQDY, with two AGR empty sodium cyanide tanktainers SD 658 and SD 644.
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060603 524431 viewsMidland, WQDY 30713 one of about sixteen WBAX vans converted for sodium cyanide container traffic, originally built by WAGR Midland Workshops as one of seventy five WV/X type covered vans in 1967-68, converted 1989 to WQDF, then WQDY, with two AGR empty sodium cyanide tanktainers SD 656 and SD 663.
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060603 524534 viewsMidland, WQDY 30728 one of about sixteen WBAX vans converted for sodium cyanide container traffic, originally built by WAGR Midland Workshops as one of seventy five WV/X type covered vans in 1967-68, converted 1988 to WQDF, then WQDY, with two AGR empty sodium cyanide tanktainers SD 643 and SD 639.
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060603 524633 viewsMidland, AQCY 30204 container flat waggon built by WAGR Midland Workshops in 1974 part of a batch of forty five WFX type container flat waggons, in 1980 recoded to WQCX loaded with two Westrail COR type 20' roll top containers COR 5819 and COR 5631.
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060603 524733 viewsMidland, AQCY 30215 container flat waggon built by WAGR Midland Workshops in 1974 part of a batch of forty five WFX type container flat waggons, in 1980 recoded to WQCX loaded with two Westrail roll top containers COA type 5157 and COB type 5811.
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060603 524832 viewsMidland, AQCY 30211 container flat waggon, built by WAGR Midland Workshops in 1974 as a batch of forty five WFX type container flats. Recoded to WQCX in 1980 loaded with two 20' roll top containers Westrail COR type COR 5818 and COR 5154.
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060603 524931 viewsMidland, AQCY 30442 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 two 20' 22G1 type containers Safmarine MSKU 336628 and Triton TTNU 387869.
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060603 527335 viewsMidland, ABAY 30902 covered goods waggon originally built by Mechanical Handling Ltd SA as part of a third batch of one hundred and thirty five WVX type covered vans, recoded to WBAX in 1980 then to WBWX in 1982.
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060603 527431 viewsMidland, ABAY 30974 covered goods waggon originally built by Mechanical Handling Ltd SA as part of a third batch of one hundred and thirty five WVX type covered vans, recoded to WVL in 1974 then to WBAX in 1987 and to WBWX in 1992.
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060603 527539 viewsMidland, ABAY 30911 covered goods waggon originally built by Mechanical Handling Ltd SA as part of a third batch of one hundred and thirty five WVX type covered vans, recoded to WBAX in 1979 then to WBNX in 1985 and 1995 to RBPX.
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060603 527634 viewsMidland, ABAY 30878 covered goods waggon originally built by Mechanical Handling Ltd SA as part of a third batch of one hundred and thirty five WVX type covered vans, recoded to WBAX in 1980.
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060603 541564 viewsMidland, AQNY 32202 one of sixty two waggons built by Goninan WA in 1998 as WQN type for Murrin Murrin container traffic.
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070527 917033 viewsParkeston, ALGY 40 built by South Australian Railways Islington Workshops in 1968 as a batch of fifty six LX type louvre vans, recoded to ALGX. Here it was in use on Loongana Limestone traffic.
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070527 917130 viewsParkeston, ALGY 40 built by South Australian Railways Islington Workshops in 1968 as a batch of fifty six LX type louvre vans, recoded to ALGX. Here it was in use on Loongana Limestone traffic.
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070527 917238 viewsParkeston, WFCS 30303 orignally built as an WFX type flat waggon by Tomlinson Steel in a batch of one hundred and sixty one in 1969-70. Recoded to WOCX in 1980, in 1993 to WFCS. Fitted with bulkheads in Loongana Limestone traffic.
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070527 917340 viewsParkeston, AQCY 30214 container waggon, originally one of forty five built by WAGR Midland Workshops in 1974 as WFX type, to WQCX in 1980 in Loongana Limestone traffic.
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070527 917443 viewsParkeston, AZQF 1966 heavy weight waggon, originally built by Commonwealth Railways Port Augusta Workshops in November 1966, issued as 1966, coded Q, then later to AZQF, fitted with narrow gauge rails on deck for conveyance of rollingstock between Port Augusta and Marree. Seen here in use with ARG loaded with Loongana Limestone equipment.
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