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060429 37647 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 37657 viewsFlash Butt yard, view of Harsco 'Pony' track resleeping and relaying machine. Originally owned by Barclay Mowlem.
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060429 37665 viewsFlash Butt yard, view of Harsco 'Pony' track resleeping and relaying machine. Originally owned by Barclay Mowlem.
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060501 38686 viewsTabba Siding, ballast plough waggon converted from Magor USA built Oroville ore waggon 538, still visible is the ODCX 82160 number from original service building the Oroville Dam.
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060501 38696 viewsTabba Siding, originally built by Difco USA for Goldsworthy Mining Ltd in 1967 as a batch of five, prefixed with 870 in BHP service, 8701 side dump waggon loaded with ballast.
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060501 38707 viewsTabba Siding, originally built by Difco USA for Goldsworthy Mining Ltd in 1967 as a batch of five, prefixed with 870 in BHP service, 8701 side dump waggon loaded with ballast.
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060501 38715 viewsTabba Siding, built by Difco USA in 1971 for Mount Newman in a group of four, the last 'long' side dump waggon 704.
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060501 38726 viewsTabba Siding, built by Difco USA in 1971 for Mount Newman in a group of four, the last 'long' side dump waggon 704.
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060501 38735 viewsTabba Siding, originally built by Difco USA for Goldsworthy Mining Ltd in 1967 as a batch of five, prefixed with 870 in BHP service, 8703 side dump waggon loaded with ballast.
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060501 38746 viewsTabba Siding, built by Difco USA in 1971 for Mount Newman in a group of four, side dump waggon 703.
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060501 38755 viewsTabba Siding, built by Difco USA in 1971 for Mount Newman in a group of four, side dump waggon 702.
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060501 38765 viewsTabba Siding, originally built by Difco USA for Goldsworthy Mining Ltd in 1967 as a batch of five, prefixed with 870 in BHP service, 8705 side dump waggon loaded with ballast.
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060501 38777 viewsTabba Siding, originally built by Difco USA for Goldsworthy Mining Ltd in 1967 as a batch of five, prefixed with 870 in BHP service, 8702 side dump waggon loaded with ballast.
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060501 38786 viewsTabba Siding, built by Difco USA in 1971 for Mount Newman in a group of four, 701 was the class leader of the long side dump waggons.
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060501 38796 viewsTabba Siding, originally built by Difco USA for Goldsworthy Mining Ltd in 1967 as a batch of five, prefixed with 870 in BHP service, 8704 side dump waggon loaded with ballast.
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060501 38806 viewsTabba Siding,
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060501 389212 viewsTabba Siding, ballast plough waggon converted from Magor USA built Oroville ore waggon 538, still visible is the ODCX 82160 number from original service building the Oroville Dam.
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060501 38936 viewsTabba Siding, originally built by Difco USA for Goldsworthy Mining Ltd in 1967 as a batch of five, prefixed with 870 in BHP service, 8701 side dump waggon loaded with ballast.
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060501 38947 viewsTabba Siding, built by Difco USA in 1971 for Mount Newman in a group of four, the last 'long' side dump waggon 704.
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060501 38956 viewsTabba Siding, originally built by Difco USA for Goldsworthy Mining Ltd in 1967 as a batch of five, prefixed with 870 in BHP service, 8703 side dump waggon loaded with ballast.
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