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130704 050640 viewsMoule, view of the massive silo complex of Thevenard in the distance across the water, they are approximately 13 km away, location here. 4th July 2013.Jan 27, 2015
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130704 05058 viewsMoule, view looking east from the eastern end of the crossing loop with the point lever and indicator. The small 30 sign is the speed limit, the grade crossing is to access the ballast stockpile area. 4th July 2013.Jan 27, 2015
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130704 05048 viewsMoule, Trak-Lok M7.5 steel sleeper for 31 kg/m rail manufactured by BHP in 1996, the 7.5 is the thickness in millimetres of the steel used. 4th July 2013.Jan 27, 2015
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130704 05039 viewsMoule, yard overview looking west from the east end points of the crossing loop, Moule located at the 445.6 km was opened in February 1966 when the Direct Line between Ceduna and Kevin was opened. From the left point lever and indicator, the crossing loop on the right and then the ballast pile in the distance. Location is here. 4th July 2013.Jan 27, 2015
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130704 050213 viewsMoule, view of the point lever and indicator with the massive silo complex of Thevenard in the distance across the water, they are approximately 13 km away, location here. 4th July 2013.Jan 27, 2015
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130704 05016 viewsMoule, view of the point lever and indicator with the massive silo complex of Thevenard in the distance across the water, they are approximately 13 km away, location here. 4th July 2013.Jan 27, 2015
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130704 05006 viewsMoule, looking east at the east end points for the crossing loop, grade crossing is for access to ballast stockpile area, Moule located at the 445.6 km was opened in February 1966 when the Direct Line between Ceduna and Kevin was opened. Location is here. 4th July 2013.Jan 27, 2015
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130704 04996 viewsMoule, looking east, Moule located at the 445.6 km was opened in February 1966 when the Direct Line between Ceduna and Kevin was opened. From the left is the end of the ballast siding with the crossing loop rejoining the mainline just before the grade crossing to access the ballast stockpile area. Location is here. 4th July 2013.Jan 27, 2015
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130704 04987 viewsMoule, view of the General Railway Signal Company point lever and indicator at the western end of the crossing loop. Location here, 4th July 2013.Jan 27, 2015
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130704 04976 viewsMoule, view of the General Railway Signal Company point lever and indicator at the western end of the crossing loop. Location here, 4th July 2013.Jan 27, 2015
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130704 04968 viewsMoule, yard view looking east from the western end of the loop towards the 446 km, crossing loop on the left, heavy track wear is evident. Location here, 4th July 2013.Jan 27, 2015
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130704 04956 viewsMoule, looking west towards Charra and Kevin at the 446 km, with the crossing loop on the right. Location here, 4th July 2013.Jan 27, 2015
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130704 04946 viewsMoule, looking west towards Charra and Kevin along the roller coaster grades with the crossing loop on the right and the points for the ballast siding just behind the camera. Location here, 4th July 2013.Jan 27, 2015
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130704 04936 viewsMoule, yard view looking east from the points for the single ended ballast siding with ballast pile of the left. Moule located at the 445.6 km was opened in February 1966 when the Direct Line between Ceduna and Kevin was opened. It hosts a crossing loop and ballast loading siding, Location is here. 4th July 2013.Jan 27, 2015
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130704 04927 viewsMoule, yard view looking east from the points for the single ended ballast siding with ballast pile of the left. Moule located at the 445.6 km was opened in February 1966 when the Direct Line between Ceduna and Kevin was opened. It hosts a crossing loop and ballast loading siding, Location is here. 4th July 2013.Jan 27, 2015
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130704 04917 viewsMoule, Mallee style shelter shed as a station 'building' of sorts. Moule was opened in February 1966 when the Direct Line between Ceduna and Kevin was opened. It hosts a crossing loop and ballast loading siding, Location is here. 4th July 2013.Jan 27, 2015
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130704 04898 viewsMoule, yard overview looking west, Moule located at the 445.6 km was opened in February 1966 when the Direct Line between Ceduna and Kevin was opened. From the left is the Mallee style shelter shed, mainline, crossing loop and ballast siding. Location is here. 4th July 2013.Jan 27, 2015
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130704 048811 viewsMoule, yard overview looking east, Moule located at the 445.6 km was opened in February 1966 when the Direct Line between Ceduna and Kevin was opened. From the left is the end of the ballast siding with the crossing loop rejoining the mainline just before the grade crossing to access the ballast stockpile area. Location is here. 4th July 2013.Jan 27, 2015
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130704 04878 viewsMoule, looking east, Moule located at the 445.6 km was opened in February 1966 when the Direct Line between Ceduna and Kevin was opened. From the left is the end of the ballast siding with the crossing loop rejoining the mainline just before the grade crossing to access the ballast stockpile area. Location is here. 4th July 2013.Jan 27, 2015
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130704 04869 viewsMoule, Mallee style shelter shed as a station 'building' of sorts. Moule was opened in February 1966 when the Direct Line between Ceduna and Kevin was opened. It hosts a crossing loop and ballast loading siding, Location is here. 4th July 2013.Jan 27, 2015
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