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110710_7431_PD.jpg
110710 7431 PD60 viewsWest Kalgoorlie, AQAY 2273, this orphan waggon started life as a Comeng Vic built GOX type open waggon for Commonwealth Railways in 1970, then coded AOOX. Under AWR ownership is was reduced to this 3 TEU unit container skeletal waggon. Peter Donaghy image.Aug 04, 2016
110710_7430_PD.jpg
110710 7430 PD38 viewsWest Kalgoorlie, AQAY 2273, this orphan waggon started life as a Comeng Vic built GOX type open waggon for Commonwealth Railways in 1970, then coded AOOX. Under AWR ownership is was reduced to this 3 TEU unit container skeletal waggon. Peter Donaghy image.Aug 04, 2016
110710_7429_PD.jpg
110710 7429 PD40 viewsWest Kalgoorlie, AQAY 2273, this orphan waggon started life as a Comeng Vic built GOX type open waggon for Commonwealth Railways in 1970, then coded AOOX. Under AWR ownership is was reduced to this 3 TEU unit container skeletal waggon. Peter Donaghy image.Aug 04, 2016
110710_7427_PD.jpg
110710 7427 PD39 viewsWest Kalgoorlie, AQAY 2273, this orphan waggon started life as a Comeng Vic built GOX type open waggon for Commonwealth Railways in 1970, then coded AOOX. Under AWR ownership is was reduced to this 3 TEU unit container skeletal waggon. Peter Donaghy image.Aug 04, 2016
110710_7428_PD.jpg
110710 7428 PD39 viewsWest Kalgoorlie, AQAY 2273, this orphan waggon started life as a Comeng Vic built GOX type open waggon for Commonwealth Railways in 1970, then coded AOOX. Under AWR ownership is was reduced to this 3 TEU unit container skeletal waggon. Peter Donaghy image.Aug 04, 2016
110710_7426_PD.jpg
110710 7426 PD37 viewsWest Kalgoorlie, AQAY 2273, this orphan waggon started life as a Comeng Vic built GOX type open waggon for Commonwealth Railways in 1970, then coded AOOX. Under AWR ownership is was reduced to this 3 TEU unit container skeletal waggon. Peter Donaghy image.Aug 04, 2016
110710_7425_PD.jpg
110710 7425 PD42 viewsWest Kalgoorlie, AQAY 2273, this orphan waggon started life as a Comeng Vic built GOX type open waggon for Commonwealth Railways in 1970, then coded AOOX. Under AWR ownership is was reduced to this 3 TEU unit container skeletal waggon. Peter Donaghy image.Aug 04, 2016
110710_7424_PD.jpg
110710 7424 PD36 viewsWest Kalgoorlie, AQAY 2273, this orphan waggon started life as a Comeng Vic built GOX type open waggon for Commonwealth Railways in 1970, then coded AOOX. Under AWR ownership is was reduced to this 3 TEU unit container skeletal waggon. Peter Donaghy image.Aug 04, 2016
110710_7423_PD.jpg
110710 7423 PD38 viewsWest Kalgoorlie, AQAY 2273, this orphan waggon started life as a Comeng Vic built GOX type open waggon for Commonwealth Railways in 1970, then coded AOOX. Under AWR ownership is was reduced to this 3 TEU unit container skeletal waggon. Peter Donaghy image.Aug 04, 2016
110710_7421_PD.jpg
110710 7421 PD39 viewsWest Kalgoorlie, AQAY 2273, this orphan waggon started life as a Comeng Vic built GOX type open waggon for Commonwealth Railways in 1970, then coded AOOX. Under AWR ownership is was reduced to this 3 TEU unit container skeletal waggon. Peter Donaghy image.Aug 04, 2016
110710_7422_PD.jpg
110710 7422 PD38 viewsWest Kalgoorlie, AQAY 2273, this orphan waggon started life as a Comeng Vic built GOX type open waggon for Commonwealth Railways in 1970, then coded AOOX. Under AWR ownership is was reduced to this 3 TEU unit container skeletal waggon. Peter Donaghy image.Aug 04, 2016
110709_7419_PD.jpg
110709 7419 PD55 viewsWest Kalgoorlie, AQAY 2273, this orphan waggon started life as a Comeng Vic built GOX type open waggon for Commonwealth Railways in 1970, then coded AOOX. Under AWR ownership is was reduced to this 3 TEU unit container skeletal waggon. Peter Donaghy image.Aug 04, 2016
110710_7420_PD.jpg
110710 7420 PD38 viewsWest Kalgoorlie, AQAY 2273, this orphan waggon started life as a Comeng Vic built GOX type open waggon for Commonwealth Railways in 1970, then coded AOOX. Under AWR ownership is was reduced to this 3 TEU unit container skeletal waggon. Peter Donaghy image.Aug 04, 2016
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051101 648443 viewsParkeston, AHBY 0003 one of sixty five AHBY type ballast hoppers built by EDI Rail at their Port Augusta Workshops for ARG in 2001-02 for the Darwin line, also the FMG construction in 2008, here in limestone quarry products service.Apr 17, 2015
051101_6483.jpg
051101 648339 viewsParkeston, AHBY 0059 one of sixty five AHBY type ballast hoppers built by EDI Rail at their Port Augusta Workshops for ARG in 2001-02 for the Darwin line, also the FMG construction in 2008, here in limestone quarry products service.Apr 17, 2015
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051101 647841 viewsParkeston, AHLY 0022 one of sixty five AHBY type ballast hoppers built by EDI Rail at their Port Augusta Workshops for ARG in 2001-02 for the Darwin line construction, now in limestone quarry products service.Apr 17, 2015
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051101 644645 viewsParkeston, AHQF 31422 seen here in Loongana Limestone service, originally built by Goninan WA for Western Quarries as a batch of twenty coded WHA type in 1995. Purchased by Westrail in 1998.Apr 17, 2015
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051101 644595 viewsParkeston, WHA 31432 seen here in Loongana Limestone service, originally built by Goninan WA for Western Quarries as a batch of twenty coded WHA type in 1995. Purchased by Westrail in 1998.Apr 17, 2015
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051101 642898 viewsParkeston, AHQF waggons seen here in Loongana Limestone service, originally built by Goninan WA for Western Quarries as a batch of twenty coded WHA type in 1995. Purchased by Westrail in 1998.Apr 17, 2015
051101_6427.jpg
051101 642794 viewsParkeston, AHQF 31427 seen here in Loongana Limestone service, originally built by Goninan WA for Western Quarries as a batch of twenty coded WHA type in 1995. Purchased by Westrail in 1998.Apr 17, 2015
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