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150522 8153162 viewsWedgefield, Sims Metal yard, the first batch of BHP Billiton Dash 8 locos to be scrapped, 5646 serial 8244-11/92-135 one of a pair of new Goninan WA built CM40-8 units has already had most of the hood removed and the V16 7FDL prime mover is visible, sister unit 5647 sit along side with the same fate coming up next.
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150522 8156161 viewsWedgefield, Sims Metal yard, the first batch of BHP Billiton Dash 8 locos to be scrapped, 5646 serial 8244-11/92-135 one of a pair of new Goninan WA built CM40-8 units has already had most of the hood removed and the V16 7FDL prime mover is visible, sister unit 5647 sit along side with the same fate coming up next.
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150522 8160216 viewsWedgefield, Sims Metal yard, the first batch of BHP Billiton Dash 8 locos to be scrapped, 5646 serial 8244-11/92-135 one of a pair of new Goninan WA built CM40-8 units has already had most of the hood removed and the V16 7FDL prime mover is visible.
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150522 8162193 viewsWedgefield, Sims Metal yard, the first batch of BHP Billiton Dash 8 locos to be scrapped, 5646 serial 8244-11/92-135 one of a pair of new Goninan WA built CM40-8 units has already had most of the hood removed and the V16 7FDL prime mover is visible. To right are units 5647, 5657, 5656, 5663, 5635, 5645, 5649, 5638, 5640 and 5659.
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150522 8165134 viewsWedgefield, Sims Metal yard, the first batch of BHP Billiton Dash 8 locos to be scrapped, 5646 serial 8244-11/92-135 and 5647 serial 8244-12/92-136 were a pair of new Goninan WA CM40-8 model built in 1992.
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150522 8167120 viewsWedgefield, Sims Metal yard, the first batch of BHP Billiton Dash 8 locos to be scrapped, 5646 serial 8244-11/92-135 and 5647 serial 8244-12/92-136 were a pair of new Goninan WA CM40-8 model built in 1992 with a Goninan ALCo rebuild 5657 beside them.
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150522 8186179 viewsWedgefield, Sims Metal yard, the first of BHP Billiton Dash 8 locos to be scrapped, CM40-8 5646 serial 8244-11/92-135 one of a pair of new Goninan WA built CM40-8 units has already had most of the hood removed and the V16 7FDL prime mover is visible, sister unit 5647 sits along side with the same fate coming up next. Full details of these units past lives can be seen here .
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257-231 viewsGoldsworthy Junction, an empty train runs between the junction and the Broome Rd crossing behind the standard single locomotive 5646 'White Springs', a Goninan 1992 built GE CM40-8 model with serial number 5244-11 / 92-135. Late 2001.
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257-240 viewsGoldsworthy Junction, an empty train runs between the junction and the Broome Rd crossing behind the standard single locomotive 5646 'White Springs', a Goninan 1992 built GE CM40-8 model with serial number 5244-11 / 92-135. Late 2001.
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257-251 viewsGoldsworthy Junction, an empty train runs between the junction and the Broome Rd crossing behind the standard single locomotive 5646 'White Springs', a Goninan 1992 built GE CM40-8 model with serial number 5244-11 / 92-135. The four styles of waggon in use are visible, behind the loco are three Golynx waggons, then a number of Gunderson USA builds, the ribbed type is a Portec USA built and then following are the Tomlinson WA and Scotts of Ipswich built 70 ton waggons. Late 2001.
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257-262 viewsGoldsworthy Junction, an empty train runs between the junction and the Broome Rd crossing behind the standard single locomotive 5646 'White Springs', a Goninan 1992 built GE CM40-8 model with serial number 5244-11 / 92-135, one of a pair of new build locos financed by Goldsworthy. Late 2001.
 
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