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040815 1715048 viewsNelson Point, view of hand brake end of fuel tank waggon 0020, 82 kilolitre capacity built by Comeng NSW for BP as RTC 2, used by Mount Newman, unsure when converted to 0020.
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040912 1421346 viewsNelson Point, Silver Star observation coach, 'Sundowner', 3/4 view from rear end. 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 40s. Donated to Mount 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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040912 1421445 viewsNelson Point, Silver Star observation coach, 'Sundowner', 3/4 view of rear end, shows lighting arrangement, end of train markers. 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 40s. Donated to Mount 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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041012 0829468 viewsBing Siding, one of twenty original Oroville Dam waggons built by Magor USA in 1963, sold to Mount Newman in 1968, ballast waggon 509 (of 501-520) still in near delivered condition. Note the access ladder and the weld line where the internal plates are for bottom discharge of ballast.
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041012 08295310 viewsBing Siding, one of one hundred and forty four original Oroville Dam 91 ton ore waggons built by Magor USA in 1963, sold to Mount Newman in 1968, 527, seen here converted to a ballast car. Note the weld line where the internal plates are for bottom discharge of ballast.
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041225 06471245 viewsNelson Point Ore Car Repair Shops, CFCLA leased ballast waggon CHRY type CHRY 746, a fleet of these cars were leased to BHP, and are known as the 'PACE Cars', after the expansion project of the same name. 25th December 2004.
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041225 06481716 viewsNelson Point, CFCLA ballast waggon CHRY type CHRY 746, side view from the ore car repair shop roads.
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041225 07052314 viewsNelson Point, Ore Car Repair Shop roads, flat waggon no. 5, later renumbered 6705. Originally in service with Goldsworthy Mining as a BC or BCV box van, built by Comeng WA in 1966.
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041225 07055410 viewsNelson Point, Ore Car Repair Shop roads, flat waggon no. 5, later renumbered 6705. Originally in service with Goldsworthy Mining as a BC or BCV box van, built by Comeng WA in 1966.
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050315 023315 viewsRedbank Bridge, elevated view of empty 116 kL fuel tanks all built by Comeng in both NSW and WA, on the rear of a loaded ore train arriving into Nelson Point yard, waggons include 0018, 0015, 0017, 0012, 0016, 0014, 0013, 0011 and 0010.
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050315 02349 viewsRedbank Bridge, elevated view of empty 116 kL fuel tanks all built by Comeng in both NSW and WA, 0015 in the Earth livery and 0017 and others in the BHP blue and white livery.
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050315 023510 viewsRedbank Bridge, elevated view of empty 116 kL fuel tanks all built by Comeng in both NSW and WA, 0015 in the Earth livery and 0017 and others in the BHP blue and white livery.
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050315 02368 viewsRedbank Bridge, elevated view of empty 116 kL fuel tanks all built by Comeng in both NSW and WA, 0017 and 0012 and others in the BHP blue and white livery.
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050315 02378 viewsRedbank Bridge, elevated view of empty 116 kL fuel tanks all built by Comeng in both NSW and WA, 0012 and 0016 and others in the BHP blue and white livery.
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050315 02389 viewsRedbank Bridge, elevated view of empty 116 kL fuel tanks all built by Comeng in both NSW and WA, 0016 and 0014 and others in the BHP blue and white livery.
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050315 02398 viewsRedbank Bridge, elevated view of empty 116 kL fuel tanks all built by Comeng in both NSW and WA, 0014 and 0013 and others in the BHP blue and white livery.
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050315 02407 viewsRedbank Bridge, elevated view of empty 116 kL fuel tanks all built by Comeng in both NSW and WA, 0013 and others in the BHP blue and white livery.
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050315 02417 viewsRedbank Bridge, elevated view of empty 116 kL fuel tanks all built by Comeng in both NSW and WA, 0011 and others in the BHP blue and white livery.
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050315 024210 viewsRedbank Bridge, elevated view of empty 116 kL fuel tanks all built by Comeng in both NSW and WA, 0010 and others in the BHP blue and white livery.
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050319 013714 viewsNelson Point, view of the Steel Train set sitting out in the South Yard, cut down Magor USA built former Oroville Dam 91 ton ore waggon, now used as the crib waggon on the rear of the Steel Train.
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