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155-02107 viewsWallan, stored 'OFF REG' waggon awaiting scrapping, four wheel waggon, short U type louvre van U 1726, side view.
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155-0399 viewsWallan, stored 'OFF REG' waggon awaiting scrapping, four wheel waggon, U type louvre van U 594, side view.
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155-04101 viewsWallan, stored 'OFF REG' waggon awaiting scrapping, four wheel waggon, B type louvre van B 301, side view.
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155-05102 viewsWallan, stored 'OFF REG' waggon awaiting scrapping, four wheel waggon, short U type louvre van U 1726, detail view of lever foot brake, shunters step and door locking mechanism.
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155-06104 viewsWallan, stored 'OFF REG' waggon awaiting scrapping, four wheel waggon, U type louvre van U 594, detail view of hand brake wheel.
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155-07109 viewsWallan, stored 'OFF REG' waggon awaiting scrapping, four wheel ZL type guards van 699 ZL, side view.
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155-08107 viewsWallan, stored 'OFF REG' waggon awaiting scrapping, four wheel waggon, GY type open waggon GY 960, side view.
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155-09103 viewsWallan, stored 'OFF REG' waggon awaiting scrapping, four wheel waggon, GY type open waggon GY 960, detail view of hand brake wheel and shunters step.
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155-10113 viewsWallan, stored 'OFF REG' waggon awaiting scrapping, bogie Ways and Works workmen's sleeper waggon, WW type 113 WW, side view. Originally built as a A type first class fixed six wheel carriage A 114 by Brown & Marshall of England in 1883, recoded to X type X 63 in circa 1910, then in 1946 converted to a workman's sleeper W type at Newport workshops as W 58. And in 1959 at Bendigo workshops fitted to a bogie underframe and converted to WW.
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155-11106 viewsWallan, stored 'OFF REG' waggon awaiting scrapping, bogie Ways and Works workmen's sleeper waggons, end view shows coupler, buffers and signage, the water tank can be seen behind the tree at right and the double disc signal post 15 at extreme right.
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155-12108 viewsWallan, stored 'OFF REG' waggon awaiting scrapping, bogie Ways and Works workmen's sleeper waggon, WW type 113 WW, side view, other side to 155-10. Originally built as a A type first class fixed six wheel carriage A 114 by Brown & Marshall of England in 1883, recoded to X type X 63 in circa 1910, then in 1946 converted to a workman's sleeper W type at Newport workshops as W 58. And in 1959 at Bendigo workshops fitted to a bogie underframe and converted to WW.
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155-13115 viewsWallan, stored 'OFF REG' waggon awaiting scrapping, six wheel Ways and Works waggon HD type 148 HD, originally built by Newport Workshops in 1905 as a six wheel FF type fixed wheel horsebox FF 54, in 1910 recoded to F type F 26, scrapped at Bendigo Workshops in 1959 and converted to HD type HD 148. Placed Off Register circa 1981.
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155-22117 viewsMelbourne Yard, derailed broad gauge Australian National 930 class 934 built in 1956 by AE Goodwin as ALCo model DL500B serial 81889 in AN livery, side view.
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155-23295 viewsMelbourne Yard, derailed broad gauge Australian National 930 class 934 built in 1956 by AE Goodwin as ALCo model DL500B serial 81889 in AN livery, side view, off focus.
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155-24121 viewsMelbourne Yard, derailed broad gauge Australian National 930 class 934 built in 1956 by AE Goodwin as ALCo model DL500B serial 81889 in AN livery, left hand cab side shows derailed bogie, point lever.
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155-25118 viewsMelbourne Yard, derailed broad gauge Australian National 930 class 934 built in 1956 by AE Goodwin as ALCo model DL500B serial 81889 in AN livery, right hand cab side shows derailed bogie.
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