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070527 917539 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. View of six wheel bogie and code board.
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070527 921841 viewsWest Kalgoorlie, ALHX 34 louvre van waggon originally built by South Australian Railways Islington Workshops in 1973-74 as a batch of thirty five SLX type louvre vans, recoded to ALHX.
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070527 921938 viewsWest Kalgoorlie, AZYF 933 is a CCE compressor waggon, originally built by Metropolitan Cammell Britain as GB class in 1952-55 for Commonwealth Railways, converted to RGB type waggon, then re-coded to AOEF, then AOEY then finally AZYF.
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070527 922038 viewsWest Kalgoorlie, WOAX 33078 open waggon originally built by WAGR Midland Workshops in a batch of one hundred WG type open waggons in 1966-67, recoded to WGX in 1969, in 1970 converted to WGS type for superphosphate traffic, in 1980 recoded to WOAX.
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070527 922135 viewsWest Kalgoorlie, ALHX 34 louvre van waggon originally built by South Australian Railways Islington Workshops in 1973-74 as a batch of thirty five SLX type louvre vans, recoded to ALHX.
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070527 922231 viewsWest Kalgoorlie, AOGL 451 open waggon, originally built in June 1925 by the American Car & Foundry Co. as part of an order for six hundred waggons for the South Australian Railways as O type open waggons, in 1966 five hundred and fifty were rebuilt into OB type. Then coded into AOBF, then AOGL.
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070527 922336 viewsWest Kalgoorlie, OPC 397, originally built by South Australian Railways Islington Workshops in 1963 as an 8300 class brake van numbered 8349 on broad gauge, recoded in 1982 to AVAY 50, to standard gauge in Feb 1983 as AVAY 397, converted to AZXP accident van in Feb 1986 and then in Feb 1993 recoded to OPC.
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070528 929539 viewsWest Kalgoorlie, WN 5##, pneumatic discharge nickel concentrate waggon, one of thirty built by AE Goodwin NSW as WN type in 1970 for WMC.
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070529 932639 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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070529 932739 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 and WGL 632 originally one of three units built by Westrail Midland Workshops in 1976-7 as WGL type bogie flat waggon for Western Mining Corp. for bagged nickel matte traffic.
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070529 932842 viewsWest Kalgoorlie, AOAY 33082, built by WAGR Midland Workshops in 1969 as part of a batch of one hundred WG type open waggons, reclassed as a group in 1969 to WGX, to WGS for superphosphate traffic then in 1981 to WOAX.
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070529 932936 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 and WGL 632 originally one of three units built by Westrail Midland Workshops in 1976-7 as WGL type bogie flat waggon for Western Mining Corp. for bagged nickel matte traffic.
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070529 933037 viewsWest Kalgoorlie, 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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070529 933136 viewsWest Kalgoorlie, WGL 640 originally one of ten units built by Westrail Midland Workshops in 1975-76 as WFN type bogie flat waggon for Western Mining Corp. for nickel matte kibble traffic as WFN 609 and converted to WGL for bagged nickel matte in 1984.
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070529 933235 viewsWest Kalgoorlie, WGL 632 originally one of three units built by Westrail Midland Workshops in 1976-7 as WGL type bogie flat waggon for Western Mining Corp. for bagged nickel matte traffic.
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070529 933535 viewsWest Kalgoorlie, AOAY 33082 built by WAGR Midland Workshops in 1969 as part of a batch of one hundred WG type open waggons, reclassed as a group in 1969 to WGX, to WGS for superphosphate traffic then in 1981 to WOAX.
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070529 933636 viewsWest Kalgoorlie, AQHY 30053 with sulphuric acid tank CSA 0039, originally built by the WAGR Midland Workshops in 1964/66 at WF type flat waggons, then following several codes and modifications in 1997 seventy five were converted to WQH to carry CSA sulphuric acid tanks between Hampton/Kalgoorlie and Perth/Kwinana.
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070529 939137 viewsWest Kalgoorlie, ECA 162 built by Comeng NSW in 1964 for Commonwealth Railways as a BRE type second class, air conditioned, twin berth staggered corridor steel sleeping car. Converted to ECA type crew car in 1991.
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070529 939537 viewsWest Kalgoorlie, ECA 162 built by Comeng NSW in 1964 for Commonwealth Railways as a BRE type second class, air conditioned, twin berth staggered corridor steel sleeping car. Converted to ECA type crew car in 1991.
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070529 940439 viewsWest Kalgoorlie, ATPY 602, fuel tanker, built by WAGR Midland Workshops in 1976 as WJP class for BP Oil, capacity of 80500 litres.
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