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040806 09273063 viewsGoldsworthy Junction, weighbridge test waggon 507, originally built by Magor USA and ex Oroville Dam, converted by Mt Newman Mining into a 20 ton axle load test waggon.
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040806 09273263 viewsGoldsworthy Junction, weighbridge test waggon 522, originally built by Magor USA and ex Oroville Dam, converted by Mt Newman Mining into a 20 ton axle load test waggon.
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040806 09273875 viewsGoldsworthy Junction, weighbridge test waggon 510 originally built by Magor USA and ex Oroville Dam, converted by Mt Newman Mining into a test waggon.
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040806 10191074 viewsFlash Butt yard, heavily stripped down riveted waggon 206, possible original ballast waggon, number 206 was originally a waggon in the 'Camp Train' and appears to have USA origin, 3/4 view from handbrake end.
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040806 10193470 viewsFlash Butt yard, heavily stripped down riveted waggon 206, possible original ballast waggon, number 206 was originally a waggon in the 'Camp Train' and appears to have USA origin, view of brake lever arrangement.
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040806 10195264 viewsFlash Butt yard, heavily stripped down riveted waggon 206, possible original ballast waggon, number 206 was originally a waggon in the 'Camp Train' and appears to have USA origin, view of number board and 50 t load stencil.
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040806 10205268 viewsFlash Butt yard, heavily stripped down riveted waggon 206, possible original ballast waggon, number 206 was originally a waggon in the 'Camp Train' and appears to have USA origin, view of the removed deck showing chutes.
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040806 10211064 viewsFlash Butt yard, heavily stripped down riveted waggon 206, possible original ballast waggon, number 206 was originally a waggon in the 'Camp Train' and appears to have USA origin, view of the removed deck showing chutes.
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040806 10214274 viewsFlash Butt yard, heavily stripped down riveted waggon 206, possible original ballast waggon, number 206 was originally a waggon in the 'Camp Train' and appears to have USA origin, view of handbrake end.
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040806 10253671 viewsFlash Butt yard, view of the end of test waggon 2703 showing the collection of cables and the Do Not Uncouple sign.
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040806 10263687 viewsFlash Butt yard, view of Rail Dynamics Laboratory test waggon 2703, modified by BHP from waggon number 2716 in 1975, originally a Comeng built waggon dating from 1971.
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040806 10271884 viewsFlash Butt yard, rear view of stored out of service LocoTrol waggons, 2626 closest to camera.
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040806 10283288 viewsFlash Butt yard, rear view of stored out of service LocoTrol waggons, 2626 closest to camera, then 661, 2065 and 2703 Test Car.
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040806 10292880 viewsFlash Butt yard, rear view of stored out of service LocoTrol waggon 2626 showing number board and the short hood end.
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040806 10295683 viewsFlash Butt yard, heavily modified Magor USA built ex-Oroville Dam ore waggon 661, seen here modified for LocoTrol service and testing.
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040806 10320688 viewsFlash Butt yard, heavily modified Magor USA built ex-Oroville Dam ore waggon 661, seen here modified for LocoTrol service and testing.
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040810 14484569 viewsShaw Siding backtrack, built by Difco Ohio USA in 1971, long side dump waggon 701, one of four such waggons built for Mt Newman.
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040810 14490679 viewsShaw Siding backtrack, Difco Ohio USA 1967 build short side dump waggon 8701, originally built for Goldsworthy Mining as no. 1, renumbered by Mt Newman as 8701, one five waggons built for Goldsworthy Mining.
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040810 14493069 viewsShaw Siding backtrack, built by Difco Ohio USA in 1971, long side dump waggon 701, one of four such waggons built for Mt Newman.
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040810 14494768 viewsShaw Siding backtrack, Difco Ohio USA 1967 build short side dump waggon 8701, originally built for Goldsworthy Mining as no. 1, renumbered by Mt Newman as 8701, one five waggons built for Goldsworthy Mining.
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