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160523 35825 viewsBinduli, nickel concentrate train 2438, pneumatic discharge nickel concentrate waggon WN 528, one of thirty built by AE Goodwin NSW as WN type in 1970 for WMC.
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160523 35836 viewsBinduli, nickel concentrate train 2438, pneumatic discharge nickel concentrate waggon WN 508, one of thirty built by AE Goodwin NSW as WN type in 1970 for WMC.
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160523 35846 viewsBinduli, nickel concentrate train 2438, pneumatic discharge nickel concentrate waggon WNB 542, one of six built by Bluebird Rail Services SA in 2010 for BHP Billiton.
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160523 35856 viewsBinduli, nickel concentrate train 2438, pneumatic discharge nickel concentrate waggon WN 506, one of thirty built by AE Goodwin NSW as WN type in 1970 for WMC.
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160523 35866 viewsBinduli, nickel concentrate train 2438, pneumatic discharge nickel concentrate waggon WNB 545, one of six built by Bluebird Rail Services SA in 2010 for BHP Billiton.
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160523 35875 viewsBinduli, nickel concentrate train 2438, pneumatic discharge nickel concentrate waggon WNB 543, one of six built by Bluebird Rail Services SA in 2010 for BHP Billiton.
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160523 35986 viewsWest Kalgoorlie yard, AQHY 30109 with CSA 0088 sulphuric acid tank, originally built by WAGR Midland workshops as WF type flat waggon, seventy six such waggons converted to WQH in 1997 to carry CSA tanks, recoded to WQHY, part of loaded acid train 2406 arrives back in the yard.
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160523 35995 viewsWest Kalgoorlie yard, AQHY 30089 with CSA 0085 sulphuric acid tank, originally built by WAGR Midland workshops as WF type flat waggon, seventy six such waggons converted to WQH in 1997 to carry CSA tanks, recoded to WQHY, part of loaded acid train 2406 arrives back in the yard.
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160523 36006 viewsWest Kalgoorlie yard, AQHY 30049 with CSA 0104 sulphuric acid tank, originally built by WAGR Midland workshops as WF type flat waggon, seventy six such waggons converted to WQH in 1997 to carry CSA tanks, recoded to WQHY, part of loaded acid train 2406 arrives back in the yard.
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160523 36015 viewsWest Kalgoorlie yard, AQHY 30058 with CSA 0108 sulphuric acid tank, originally built by WAGR Midland workshops as WF type flat waggon, seventy six such waggons converted to WQH in 1997 to carry CSA tanks, recoded to WQHY, part of loaded acid train 2406 arrives back in the yard.
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160523 36026 viewsWest Kalgoorlie yard, AQHY 30094 with CSA 0100 sulphuric acid tank, originally built by WAGR Midland workshops as WF type flat waggon, seventy six such waggons converted to WQH in 1997 to carry CSA tanks, recoded to WQHY, part of loaded acid train 2406 arrives back in the yard.
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160523 36035 viewsWest Kalgoorlie yard, misnumbered AQHY 30088, plate shows AQHY 3008L, with CSA 0126 sulphuric acid tank, originally built by WAGR Midland workshops as WF type flat waggon, seventy six such waggons converted to WQH in 1997 to carry CSA tanks, recoded to WQHY, part of loaded acid train 2406 arrives back in the yard.
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160523 36045 viewsWest Kalgoorlie yard, AQHY 30105 with CSA 0101 sulphuric acid tank, originally built by WAGR Midland workshops as WF type flat waggon, seventy six such waggons converted to WQH in 1997 to carry CSA tanks, recoded to WQHY, part of loaded acid train 2406 arrives back in the yard.
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160523 36055 viewsWest Kalgoorlie yard, AQHY 30036 with CSA 0117 sulphuric acid tank, originally built by WAGR Midland workshops as WF type flat waggon, seventy six such waggons converted to WQH in 1997 to carry CSA tanks, recoded to WQHY, part of loaded acid train 2406 arrives back in the yard.
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160523 36065 viewsWest Kalgoorlie yard, AQHY 30102 with CSA 0124 sulphuric acid tank, originally built by WAGR Midland workshops as WF type flat waggon, seventy six such waggons converted to WQH in 1997 to carry CSA tanks, recoded to WQHY, part of loaded acid train 2406 arrives back in the yard.
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160523 36075 viewsWest Kalgoorlie yard, AQHY 30078 with CSA 0082 sulphuric acid tank, originally built by WAGR Midland workshops as WF type flat waggon, seventy six such waggons converted to WQH in 1997 to carry CSA tanks, recoded to WQHY, part of loaded acid train 2406 arrives back in the yard.
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160523 36085 viewsWest Kalgoorlie yard, AQHY 30057 with CSA 0089 sulphuric acid tank, originally built by WAGR Midland workshops as WF type flat waggon, seventy six such waggons converted to WQH in 1997 to carry CSA tanks, recoded to WQHY, part of loaded acid train 2406 arrives back in the yard.
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160523 36095 viewsWest Kalgoorlie yard, AQHY 30006 with CSA 0131 sulphuric acid tank, originally built by WAGR Midland workshops as WF type flat waggon, seventy six such waggons converted to WQH in 1997 to carry CSA tanks, recoded to WQHY, part of loaded acid train 2406 arrives back in the yard.
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160523 36106 viewsWest Kalgoorlie yard, AQHY 30004 with CSA 0130 sulphuric acid tank, originally built by WAGR Midland workshops as WF type flat waggon, seventy six such waggons converted to WQH in 1997 to carry CSA tanks, recoded to WQHY, part of loaded acid train 2406 arrives back in the yard.
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160523 36116 viewsWest Kalgoorlie yard, AQHY 30026 with CSA 0122 sulphuric acid tank, originally built by WAGR Midland workshops as WF type flat waggon, seventy six such waggons converted to WQH in 1997 to carry CSA tanks, recoded to WQHY, part of loaded acid train 2406 arrives back in the yard.
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