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239-0044 viewsView inside the diesel power station located at Yandi One of a freshly overhauled Caterpillar 3516 engine and Kato alternator. Genset no. 1. GeoData.
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239-0133 viewsView inside the diesel power station located at Yandi One of a freshly overhauled Caterpillar 3516 engine and Kato alternator. Genset no. 1. Shows the air operated skate system to manoeuvre the unit into position. GeoData.
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239-0234 viewsView inside the diesel power station located at Yandi One of a freshly overhauled Caterpillar 3516 engine and Kato alternator. Genset no 1. GeoData.
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239-0353 viewsOverview of Yandi One mine from the end of the radial stacker boom looking south. GeoData.
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239-0445 viewsOverview looking south west from the radial stacker towards the Yandi One mine pit. GeoData.
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239-0543 viewsView from the radial stacker boom at Yandi One looking west, the rail loading balloon loop and dust extractor are visible at the bottom of the image and the mine waste dump is in the background. GeoData.
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239-0638 viewsView from the radial stacker at Yandi One looking north at the Yandi Repeater for the rail communication system. GeoData.
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239-0739 viewsView from the Yandi One radial stacker looking north east, the camp for the mine is located a couple of kilometres beyond those front hills. The head drum of the conveyor and the ore stockpile are visible in the corner. GeoData.
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239-0838 viewsOverview of Yandi One mine from the end of the radial stacker boom looking south. GeoData.
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239-0937 viewsOverview of Yandi One mine from the end of the radial stacker boom looking south. Buildings visible from the left, diesel fuel farm, sample hut, workshops beyond the power station and the offices in the background. GeoData.
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239-1037 viewsOverview of Yandi One mine from the end of the radial stacker boom, CV21, looking south along CV20 towards the OHP. Buildings visible from the left, diesel fuel farm, sample hut, workshops beyond the power station and the offices in the background. GeoData.
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239-1136 viewsOverview of Yandi One looking towards the stockpile along CV11 towards CV20 and the radial stacker and CV21 the boom conveyor and full stockpile indicating the impending arrival of a train. The steel laydown is visible on the right. GeoData.
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239-1234 viewsOverview of Yandi One looking towards the stockpile along CV11 towards CV20 and the radial stacker and CV21 the boom conveyor and full stockpile indicating the impending arrival of a train. The steel laydown is visible on the right. GeoData.
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239-1335 viewsOverview of the Yandi One sizing plant looking north from above the middling crushers along CV4 (middle belt) to the screen house which houses six Jaques 'banana screens'. The feed bin and associated feed conveyors, travelling left and right can be clearly seen. The 'new side' is on the left and the 'old side' on the right. The feed along CV10 to the stockpile is obscured by the 'old side' structure and Sub-Station 3 can just be made out. GeoData.
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239-1437 viewsOverview of the Yandi One Jaques J-Cone secondary crusher and scalping screen as viewed from above the middling crushers, looking down CV6. The conveyor from the right is CV3 from the primary crusher and reclaim tunnel. The bus in the background is parked at the offices and was usually driven by 'Tangles' the sampler. GeoData.
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239-1540 viewsLooking down from the middling crushers to the original 'old side' bank of five tertiary crushers. Sub-Station 2 can be seen at right with the control room above that. GeoData.
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239-1631 viewsView of Yandi One OHP looking from the secondary crusher west back to the primary crusher system with CV3 and the reclaim tunnel and the pedestal mount for CV2 evident. The mine, trucks and waste dump can be seen in the background. GeoData.
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239-1734 viewsView of Yandi One OHP looking from the secondary crusher north west back at the 'new side' of tertiary crushers. The screen house can be seen in the background. GeoData.
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239-1831 viewsView of Yandi One OHP looking from the secondary crusher north east at the 'old side' bank of five tertiary crushers. The control room is in the bottom right corner and glimpses of the stockpile and power station and offices can be seen on the right. CV6 is running up the left of the image to the middling crushers. GeoData.
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239-1934 viewsView of the Yandi One primary crusher or 'mouth of the OHP' from the south side. The Jaques grizzly screen GS01 and Jaques single toggle jaw crusher are visible along with the Transmin rock breaker for when the ROM is oversize. The cab has bars on the window to prevent 'fly-rock' from smashing it. The job of the operator is a lonely one with only the momentum on the swing jaw or the occasional sparky visit to break the monotony. GeoData.
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