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060429 372316 viewsFlash Butt yard, view of Harsco 'Pony' track resleeping and relaying machine. Originally owned by Barclay Mowlem.
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060429 372414 viewsFlash Butt yard, view of Harsco 'Pony' track resleeping and relaying machine. Originally owned by Barclay Mowlem.
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060429 372516 viewsFlash Butt yard, Pony waggon #1, modified from a Magor USA built Oroville ore waggon, with a Comeng built gantry carrier.
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060429 372613 viewsFlash Butt yard, Pony re-laying waggon, built for Mt Newman Mining in 1970 by Scotts of Ipswich, one of a batch of nine, one of a batch of nine in the series 6005-6013.
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060429 372712 viewsFlash Butt yard, Pony re-laying waggon, builders plate of Mt Newman Mining waggon built in 1970 by Scotts of Ipswich, one of a batch of nine in the series 6005-6013.
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060429 372810 viewsFlash Butt yard, Pony re-laying waggon, #2, originally built for Goldsworthy Mining as one of a batch of six with a 55 tonne rating by Tomlinson Steel in 1966.
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060429 372916 viewsFlash Butt yard, Pony re-laying waggon, built for Mt Newman Mining on the 24th September 1970 by Scotts of Ipswich, one of a batch of nine, one of a batch of nine in the series 6005-6013.
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060429 37309 viewsFlash Butt yard, Pony re-laying waggon, built for Mt Newman Mining, builders plate for Scotts of Ipswich Qld with a 24th September 1970 build date, one of nine originally numbered 6005-6013.
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060429 373112 viewsFlash Butt yard, Pony waggon 6017, built by Comeng WA in 1971 in a batch of three numbered 6014-6017, with asset number 6506-017, view of builders plate.
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060429 373210 viewsFlash Butt yard, Pony waggon 6017, built by Comeng WA in 1971 in a batch of three numbered 6014-6017, with asset number 6506-017.
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060429 373315 viewsFlash Butt yard, Pony waggon 6017, built by Comeng WA in 1971 in a batch of three numbered 6014-6017, view of asset number 6506-017.
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060429 373410 viewsFlash Butt yard, Pony re-laying waggon, originally built for Goldsworthy Mining as one of a batch of six with a 55 tonne rating by Tomlinson Steel in 1966.
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060429 373510 viewsFlash Butt yard, Pony re-laying waggon, 6002 originally built for Goldsworthy Mining as one of a batch of six with a 55 tonne rating by Tomlinson Steel in 1966 of which three were sold to Mt Newman Mining in 1967 and numbered 6001-6003.
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060429 37369 viewsFlash Butt yard, Pony re-laying waggon, 6001 originally built for Goldsworthy Mining as one of a batch of six with a 55 tonne rating by Tomlinson Steel in 1966 of which three were sold to Mt Newman Mining in 1967 and numbered 6001-6003.
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060429 373712 viewsFlash Butt yard, Pony re-laying waggon, 6002 originally built for Goldsworthy Mining as one of a batch of six with a 55 tonne rating by Tomlinson Steel in 1966 of which three were sold to Mt Newman Mining in 1967 and numbered 6001-6003.
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060429 373817 viewsFlash Butt yard, Pony re-laying waggon, #1, originally built for Goldsworthy Mining as one of a batch of six with a 55 tonne rating by Tomlinson Steel in 1966.
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060429 373912 viewsFlash Butt yard, Pony re-laying waggon, 6001 originally built for Goldsworthy Mining as one of a batch of six with a 55 tonne rating by Tomlinson Steel in 1966 of which three were sold to Mt Newman Mining in 1967 and numbered 6001-6003.
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060429 37409 viewsFlash Butt yard, Pony re-laying waggon 6704 flat waggon, unsure of history or who built it or where it came from, it looks to be heavy duty with riveted side frames and an odd handbrake arrangement.
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060429 374111 viewsFlash Butt yard, Pony re-laying waggon 6702 is a heavily cut down and modified Magor USA ore waggon done by Mt Newman Mining workshops, converted to a 50 tonne flat waggon.
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060429 374211 viewsFlash Butt yard, Pony re-laying waggon 6704 flat waggon, unsure of history or who built it or where it came from, it looks to be heavy duty with riveted side frames and an odd handbrake arrangement.
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