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040808 193836r368 viewsNelson Point BHP Billiton SD40 unit 3079 serial 31542 originally Southern Pacific SD40 SP 8461 and still in former owner IC&E blue and yellow has been fitted with some crew amenities like cab air-con, radios and microwave to allow it to operate as a yard pilot, seen here as it waits with a loaded train at Car Dumper 2 8th August 2004.
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141027 58251170 viewsWedgefield, view out the back of Sell and Parker's metal recycling yard shows a sorry sight. From left is the frame of an SD40R and prime mover, AC6000 6073, SD40R 3091, AC6000 6075 and SD40 3079. Beside 3079 is the remains of AC6000 unit 6071 having been reduced from one of the most powerful locomotives to work in Australia to a munched up tangled mass of metal, the EVO motor is still in the frame.
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238-1826 viewsNelson Point loco overhaul shop sees former Southern Pacific SD40R loco 3079 EMD model SD40, serial 7861-52 with the long hood removed due to the 645 prime mover failing not long after arrival in Australia. 27th January 2004. Geodata .
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238-1931 viewsNelson Point loco overhaul shop sees former Southern Pacific SD40R loco 3079 EMD model SD40, serial 7861-52 with the long hood removed due to the 645 prime mover failing not long after arrival in Australia. 27th January 2004. Geodata .
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238-2028 viewsNelson Point loco overhaul shop sees former Southern Pacific SD40R loco 3079 EMD model SD40, serial 7861-52 with the long hood removed due to the 645 prime mover failing not long after arrival in Australia. 27th January 2004. Geodata .
     
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