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221-2124 viewsYandi One mine loadout balloon loop, General Electric AC6000 class emerges from the loadout portal at 0.9 km/h as it leads a train through the loading vaults, the dust extraction ducting is also visible and the plant stacker can been seen at the very top of the stockpile.
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221-2229 viewsYandi One mine loadout balloon loop, General Electric AC6000 class emerges from the loadout portal at 0.9 km/h as it leads a train through the loading vaults, the dust extraction ducting is also visible.
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221-2329 viewsYandi One mine loadout balloon loop, General Electric AC6000 class emerges from the loadout portal at 0.9 km/h as it leads a train through the loading vaults, the dust extraction ducting is also visible.
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221-2430 viewsYandi One mine loadout balloon loop, overview of the stockpile, the train can be seen in the middle distance on the right.
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221-2532 viewsYandi One mine loadout balloon loop, General Electric AC6000 class emerges from the loadout portal at 0.9 km/h as it leads a train through the loading vaults, the dust extraction ducting is also visible.
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221-2634 viewsYandi One mine loadout balloon loop, General Electric AC6000 class emerges from the loadout portal at 0.9 km/h as it leads a train through the loading vaults, the dust extraction ducting is also visible.
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221-2727 viewsYandi One mine loadout balloon loop, a pair of General Electric AC6000 units lead a train being loaded around the balloon, overview of the stockpile with stacker fill the hole from loading.
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221-2827 viewsYandi One mine loadout balloon loop, a pair of General Electric AC6000 units lead a train being loaded around the balloon, overview of the stockpile with stacker fill the hole from loading.
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221-2929 viewsYandi One mine loadout balloon loop, a pair of General Electric AC6000 units lead a train being loaded around the balloon, overview of the stockpile with stacker fill the hole from loading.
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221-3037 viewsYandi One mine loadout balloon loop, near new General Electric AC6000 unit 6074 serial 51066 leads sister unit 6071 serial 51063 at the Y312.1 km crossing while controlling a train being loaded.
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221-3130 viewsYandi One mine loadout balloon loop, near new General Electric AC6000 unit 6074 serial 51066 leads sister unit 6071 serial 51063 at the Y312.1 km crossing while controlling a train being loaded.
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221-3233 viewsYandi One mine loadout balloon loop, near new General Electric AC6000 unit 6074 serial 51066 leads sister unit 6071 serial 51063 at the Y312.1 km crossing while controlling a train being loaded.
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221-3333 viewsYandi One mine loadout balloon loop, near new General Electric AC6000 unit 6074 serial 51066 leads sister unit 6071 serial 51063 at the Y312.1 km crossing while controlling a train being loaded.
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221-3437 viewsYandi One mine loadout balloon loop, near new General Electric AC6000 unit 6074 serial 51066 leads sister unit 6071 serial 51063 at the Y312.1 km crossing while controlling a train being loaded.
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221-3539 viewsYandi One mine loadout balloon loop, view out the cab window from near new General Electric AC6000 unit 6074 serial 51066.
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221-3629 viewsYandi One mine loadout balloon loop, front on view of near new General Electric AC6000 unit 6074 serial 51066 as it loads a train.
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221-3743 viewsYandi One mine loadout balloon loop, front on view of near new General Electric AC6000 unit 6074 serial 51066 as it loads a train.
     
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