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050624 3348258 viewsGoldsworthy, view from the observation end of the Sundowner coach, originally built by E. G. Budd in 1939 numbered 301 as the Silver Star as a diner-parlour-observation coach on the Chicago, Burlington and Quincy Railroad's General Pershing Zephyr train from the 1930s and 1940s. Donated to Mt Newman Mining Co. by AMAX an original joint venture partner to commemorate the projects first 100 million tonnes of iron ore railed between Mount Whaleback mine and the Port Hedland port.
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050624 3349142 viewsGoldsworthy, the Sundowner coach, originally built by E. G. Budd in 1939 numbered 301 as the Silver Star as a diner-parlour-observation coach on the Chicago, Burlington and Quincy Railroad's General Pershing Zephyr train from the 1930s and 1940s. Donated to Mt Newman Mining Co. by AMAX an original joint venture partner to commemorate the projects first 100 million tonnes of iron ore railed between Mount Whaleback mine and the Port Hedland port.
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050624 3350120 viewsGoldsworthy, train end and hand brake of the Sundowner coach, originally built by E. G. Budd in 1939 numbered 301 as the Silver Star as a diner-parlour-observation coach on the Chicago, Burlington and Quincy Railroad's General Pershing Zephyr train from the 1930s and 1940s. Donated to Mt Newman Mining Co. by AMAX an original joint venture partner to commemorate the projects first 100 million tonnes of iron ore railed between Mount Whaleback mine and the Port Hedland port.
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050624 3351227 viewsGoldsworthy, train end and hand brake of the Sundowner coach, originally built by E. G. Budd in 1939 numbered 301 as the Silver Star as a diner-parlour-observation coach on the Chicago, Burlington and Quincy Railroad's General Pershing Zephyr train from the 1930s and 1940s. Donated to Mt Newman Mining Co. by AMAX an original joint venture partner to commemorate the projects first 100 million tonnes of iron ore railed between Mount Whaleback mine and the Port Hedland port.
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050704 3970113 viewsBing Siding, empty 116 kL Comeng NSW built tank waggon 0012 from 1972, one of three such tank waggons, on the rear of a loaded ore train.
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050704 397191 viewsBing Siding, empty 116 kL Comeng NSW built tank waggon 0012 from 1972, one of three such tank waggons, view of handbrake detail, on the rear of a loaded ore train.
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050704 397266 viewsBing Siding, empty 116 kL Comeng NSW built tank waggon 0012 from 1972, one of three such tank waggons, view of data placard, ladder and valving, on the rear of a loaded ore train.
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050704 397368 viewsBing Siding, empty 116 kL Comeng WA built tank waggon 0017 from 1974-5, one of six such tank waggons.
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050704 397485 viewsBing Siding, empty 116 kL Comeng NSW built tank waggon 0012 from 1972, one of three such tank waggons, view of A end and bogie detail.
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050704 397584 viewsBing Siding, empty 116 kL Comeng WA built tank waggon 0017 from 1974-5, one of six such tank waggons, detail of A end and bogie.
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050704 3976197 viewsBing Siding, empty 116 kL Comeng WA built tank waggon 0018 from 1974-5, one of six such tank waggons, wearing the BHP Billiton Earth livery.
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050704 397791 viewsBing Siding, empty 116 kL Comeng WA built tank waggon 0018 from 1974-5, one of six such tank waggons, detail of the A end and bogie, wearing the BHP Billiton Earth livery.
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050704 397894 viewsBing Siding, empty 116 kL Comeng WA built tank waggon 0018 from 1974-5, one of six such tank waggons, detail of the A end and bogie, wearing the BHP Billiton Earth livery.
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050704 397970 viewsBing Siding, empty 116 kL Comeng WA built tank waggon 0015 from 1974-5, one of six such tank waggons, wearing the BHP Billiton Earth livery.
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050704 398069 viewsBing Siding, empty 116 kL Comeng WA built tank waggon 0018 from 1974-5, one of six such tank waggons, detail of the B end and bogie, wearing the BHP Billiton Earth livery.
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050704 398168 viewsBing Siding, empty 116 kL Comeng WA built tank waggon 0015 from 1974-5, one of six such tank waggons, detail of the A end and bogie, wearing the BHP Billiton Earth livery.
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050704 398263 viewsBing Siding, empty 116 kL Comeng WA built tank waggon 0015 from 1974-5, one of six such tank waggons, detail of the A end and bogie and the B end of 0018, both wearing the BHP Billiton Earth livery.
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050704 398362 viewsBing Siding, empty 116 kL Comeng WA built tank waggon 0018 from 1974-5, one of six such tank waggons, wearing the BHP Billiton Earth livery, side view.
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050704 398468 viewsBing Siding, empty 116 kL Comeng WA built tank waggon 0015 from 1974-5, one of six such tank waggons, wearing the BHP Billiton Earth livery.
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050704 398569 viewsBing Siding, empty 116 kL Comeng WA built tank waggon 0015 from 1974-5, one of six such tank waggons, wearing the BHP Billiton Earth livery.
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