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248-0130 viewsDingo Siding on the Hamersley Iron railway at the 39 km with an empty train headed up by a pair of General Electric built Dash 9-44CW units 7077 serial 47756 from the original first order in the Pepsi Can livery and 9408 serial 54158 from the fourth order in the Pilbara Rail livery with Robe ownership markings. Approximate location. 24th April 2004.
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248-0215 viewsDingo Siding on the Hamersley Iron railway at the 39 km with an empty train headed up by a pair of General Electric built Dash 9-44CW units 7077 serial 47756 from the original first order in the Pepsi Can livery from 1994 still looking good some ten years later. Approximate location. 24th April 2004.
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248-0321 viewsDingo Siding on the Hamersley Iron railway at the 39 km with an empty train headed up by a pair of General Electric built Dash 9-44CW units 7077 serial 47756 from the original first order in the Pepsi Can livery from 1994 still looking good some ten years later. Approximate location. 24th April 2004.
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248-0418 viewsDingo Siding on the Hamersley Iron railway at the 39 km with an empty train headed up by a pair of General Electric built Dash 9-44CW units 9408 serial 54158 from the fourth order in 2003 wearing the Pilbara Rail livery with Robe ownership markings. Approximate location. 24th April 2004.
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248-0514 viewsDingo Siding on the Hamersley Iron railway at the 39 km with an empty train headed up by a pair of General Electric built Dash 9-44CW units 9408 serial 54158 from the fourth order in 2003 wearing the Pilbara Rail livery with Robe ownership markings. Approximate location. 24th April 2004.
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248-0613 viewsDingo Siding on the Hamersley Iron railway at the 39 km with an empty train headed up by a pair of General Electric built Dash 9-44CW units 9408 serial 54158 from the fourth order in 2003 wearing the Pilbara Rail livery with Robe ownership markings. The blue 230 sign is the indication that there is 230 waggons in clear at that point. Approximate location. 24th April 2004.
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248-0721 viewsDingo Siding on the Hamersley Iron railway at the 39 km with an empty train headed up by a pair of General Electric built Dash 9-44CW units 9408 serial 54158 from the fourth order in 2003 wearing the Pilbara Rail livery with Robe ownership markings. Approximate location. 24th April 2004.
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248-0810 viewsDingo Siding on the Hamersley Iron railway at the 39 km with an empty train headed up by a pair of General Electric built Dash 9-44CW units 7077 serial 47756 from the original first order in the Pepsi Can livery and 9408 serial 54158 from the fourth order in the Pilbara Rail livery with Robe ownership markings. Approximate location. 24th April 2004.
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248-0912 viewsDingo Siding on the Hamersley Iron railway at the 39 km with an empty train headed up by a pair of General Electric built Dash 9-44CW units 7077 serial 47756 from the original first order in the Pepsi Can livery and 9408 serial 54158 from the fourth order in the Pilbara Rail livery with Robe ownership markings. The signal marker boards are in the distance. Approximate location. 24th April 2004.
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248-1010 viewsDingo Siding on the Hamersley Iron railway at the 39 km with an empty train headed up by a pair of General Electric built Dash 9-44CW units 9408 serial 54158 from the fourth order in 2003 wearing the Pilbara Rail livery with Robe ownership markings. The blue 230 sign is the indication that there is 230 waggons in clear at that point. Approximate location. 24th April 2004.
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248-1113 viewsDingo Siding on the Hamersley Iron railway at the 39 km with an empty train headed up by a pair of General Electric built Dash 9-44CW units 7077 serial 47756 from the original first order in the Pepsi Can livery and 9408 serial 54158 from the fourth order in the Pilbara Rail livery with Robe ownership markings. Approximate location. 24th April 2004.
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248-1215 viewsDingo Siding on the Hamersley Iron railway at the 39 km with an empty train headed up by a pair of General Electric built Dash 9-44CW units 7077 serial 47756 from the original first order in the Pepsi Can livery and 9408 serial 54158 from the fourth order in the Pilbara Rail livery with Robe ownership markings powers away to the south with the signal marker boards are in the distance. Approximate location. 24th April 2004.
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248-1311 viewsDingo Siding on the Hamersley Iron railway at the 39 km with an empty train headed up by a pair of General Electric built Dash 9-44CW units 7077 serial 47756 from the original first order in the Pepsi Can livery and 9408 serial 54158 from the fourth order in the Pilbara Rail livery with Robe ownership markings powers away to the south with the signal marker boards are in the distance. Approximate location. 24th April 2004.
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248-1422 viewsDingo Siding on the Hamersley Iron railway at the 39 km with an empty train headed up by a pair of General Electric built Dash 9-44CW units 7077 serial 47756 from the original first order in the Pepsi Can livery and 9408 serial 54158 from the fourth order in the Pilbara Rail livery with Robe ownership markings powers away to the south back onto the mainline with the signal marker board DI19 for Dingo 19. Approximate location. 24th April 2004.
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248-1519 viewsSeven Mile yard, stored Robe River ALCo locomotives at the south end of the Hamersley Iron Seven Mile yard on roads N2 and N3. On road N2 is 9426 a Comeng WA C636R rebuild from ALCo Schenectady NY model C636 serial 3499-3 originally built in January 1968 for Pennsylvania Railroad as #6332, Penn Central 6332 and finally Conrail 6782. Purchased in 1986 and rebuilt by Comeng WA into C636R before delivery to Robe in November 1986. This loco also went on to become DR 8401 for construction of FMG's railway in 2007-08. Behind it is sister unit 9427 and ALCo M636 9412. Approximate location. 24th April 2004.
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248-1620 viewsSeven Mile yard, stored Robe River ALCo locomotives at the south end of the Hamersley Iron Seven Mile yard on roads N2 and N3. On road N2 is 9426 a Comeng WA C636R rebuild from ALCo Schenectady NY model C636 serial 3499-3 originally built in January 1968 for Pennsylvania Railroad as #6332, Penn Central 6332 and finally Conrail 6782. Purchased in 1986 and rebuilt by Comeng WA into C636R before delivery to Robe in November 1986. This loco also went on to become DR 8401 for construction of FMG's railway in 2007-08. Behind it is sister unit 9427 and ALCo M636 9412. Approximate location. 24th April 2004.
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248-1730 viewsSeven Mile yard, stored Robe River ALCo locomotives at the south end of the Hamersley Iron Seven Mile yard on roads N2 and N3. On road N2 is 9427 a Comeng WA C636R rebuild from ALCo Schenectady NY model C636 serial 3499-2 originally built in January 1968 for Pennsylvania Railroad as #6331, Penn Central 6331 and finally Conrail 6781. Purchased in 1986 and rebuilt by Comeng WA into C636R before delivery to Robe in January 1987. This loco also went on to become DR 8403 for construction of FMG's railway in 2007-08. Approximate location. 24th April 2004.
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248-1827 viewsSeven Mile yard, stored Robe River ALCo locomotives at the south end of the Hamersley Iron Seven Mile yard on roads N2 and N3. On road N2 is 9427 a Comeng WA C636R rebuild from ALCo Schenectady NY model C636 serial 3499-2 originally built in January 1968 for Pennsylvania Railroad as #6331, Penn Central 6331 and finally Conrail 6781. Purchased in 1986 and rebuilt by Comeng WA into C636R before delivery to Robe in January 1987. This loco also went on to become DR 8403 for construction of FMG's railway in 2007-08. Behind it is sister unit 9426. Approximate location. 24th April 2004.
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248-1926 viewsSeven Mile yard, stored Robe River ALCo locomotives at the south end of the Hamersley Iron Seven Mile yard on roads N2 and N3. On N2 is a radiator view of AE Goodwin built ALCo M636 unit 9412 serial G-6060-3 from December 1971 and originally numbered 262.003 during construction and then 1712. Behind it on N3 is the cab of 9416 also an AE Goodwin built ALCo M636 serial G-6046-16 from January 1973 and originally numbered 1716. Approximate location. 24th April 2004.
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248-2037 viewsSeven Mile yard, stored Robe River ALCo locomotives at the south end of the Hamersley Iron Seven Mile yard on roads N2 and N3. On N2 is AE Goodwin built ALCo M636 unit 9412 serial G-6060-3 from December 1971 and originally numbered 262.003 during construction and then 1712 on MLW Dofasco bogies with C636R units 9427 and 9426 on Hi-Ad bogies. Beside it on N3 is 9416 also an AE Goodwin built ALCo M636 serial G-6046-16 from January 1973 and originally numbered 1716 on MLW Dofasco bogies but with a C630 fuel tank in place of the original M636 and larger tank. Approximate location. 24th April 2004.
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