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060111 2263118 viewsTooligie, at the Tooligie Road grade crossing, ARG 900 class unit 905, originally built by AE Goodwin as 830 class unit 836 serial 83727, converted to DA class DA 6 by Australian National at Port Augusta workshops for driver only operation in 1996. Trailing unit in a north bound grain train. 11th January 2006.
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060111 233757 viewsWarramboo, ARG 900 class unit 905, originally built by AE Goodwin as 830 class unit 836 serial 83727, converted to DA class DA 6 by Australian National at Port Augusta workshops for driver only operation in 1996. Trailing unit in a north bound grain train. 11th January 2006.
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060111 233863 viewsWarramboo, ARG 900 class unit 905, originally built by AE Goodwin as 830 class unit 836 serial 83727, converted to DA class DA 6 by Australian National at Port Augusta workshops for driver only operation in 1996. Trailing unit in a north bound grain train as it crosses Kimba Road grade crossing. 11th January 2006.
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060111 233960 viewsWarramboo, ARG 900 class unit 905, originally built by AE Goodwin as 830 class unit 836 serial 83727, converted to DA class DA 6 by Australian National at Port Augusta workshops for driver only operation in 1996. Trailing unit in a north bound grain train as it crosses Kimba Road grade crossing. 11th January 2006.
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060111 234965 viewsKyancutta, ARG 900 class unit 905, originally built by AE Goodwin as 830 class unit 836 serial 83727, converted to DA class DA 6 by Australian National at Port Augusta workshops for driver only operation in 1996. Trailing unit in a north bound grain train. 11th January 2006.
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060111 236478 viewsKyancutta, ARG 900 class unit 905, originally built by AE Goodwin as 830 class unit 836 serial 83727, converted to DA class DA 6 by Australian National at Port Augusta workshops for driver only operation in 1996. Trailing unit in a north bound grain train. 11th January 2006.
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060111 236576 viewsKyancutta, ARG 900 class unit 905, originally built by AE Goodwin as 830 class unit 836 serial 83727, converted to DA class DA 6 by Australian National at Port Augusta workshops for driver only operation in 1996. Trailing unit in a north bound grain train. 11th January 2006.
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060111 236668 viewsKyancutta, ARG 900 class unit 905, originally built by AE Goodwin as 830 class unit 836 serial 83727, converted to DA class DA 6 by Australian National at Port Augusta workshops for driver only operation in 1996. Trailing unit in a north bound grain train. 11th January 2006.
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060111 238971 viewsKyancutta, ARG 900 class unit 905, originally built by AE Goodwin as 830 class unit 836 serial 83727, converted to DA class DA 6 by Australian National at Port Augusta workshops for driver only operation in 1996. Trailing unit in a north bound grain train. 11th January 2006.
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060111 239065 viewsKyancutta, ARG 900 class unit 905, originally built by AE Goodwin as 830 class unit 836 serial 83727, converted to DA class DA 6 by Australian National at Port Augusta workshops for driver only operation in 1996. Trailing unit in a north bound grain train. 11th January 2006.
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060111 240869 viewsWudinna, ARG 900 class unit 905, originally built by AE Goodwin as 830 class unit 836 serial 83727, converted to DA class DA 6 by Australian National at Port Augusta workshops for driver only operation in 1996. Trailing unit in a north bound grain train. 11th January 2006.
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060531 5074117 viewsParkeston, OPC 381, originally built by South Australian Railways Islington Workshops in 1964 as an 8300 type brake van numbered 8365 on broad gauge, to standard gauge and recoded in Sept 1982 to AVAY 381, converted for LCL traffic Peterborough and Broken Hill in June 1987 as ABLP and then in April 1992 modified and recoded to OPC stores van.
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060531 5075114 viewsParkeston, OPC 381, originally built by South Australian Railways Islington Workshops in 1964 as an 8300 type brake van numbered 8365 on broad gauge, to standard gauge and recoded in Sept 1982 to AVAY 381, converted for LCL traffic Peterborough and Broken Hill in June 1987 as ABLP and then in April 1992 modified and recoded to OPC stores van.
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060531 5076109 viewsParkeston, OPC 381, originally built by South Australian Railways Islington Workshops in 1964 as an 8300 type brake van numbered 8365 on broad gauge, to standard gauge and recoded in Sept 1982 to AVAY 381, converted for LCL traffic Peterborough and Broken Hill in June 1987 as ABLP and then in April 1992 modified and recoded to OPC stores van.
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231020 823519 viewsParkeston, QQYY type 40' container waggon QQYY 57836 one of five hundred ordered by Aurizon and built by CRRC Yangtze Group of China in 2022. In service with two loaded 20' half height hard top 'rotainers' lettered CRM, for Cristal Mining before they were absorbed into Tronox, CRM 001064 with Tronox decal and yellow corner posts and CRM 000783 with Tronox decal and yellow corner posts, on Aurizon's Tronox mineral sands train 4UP1 from Ivanhoe / Broken Hill (NSW) to Kwinana (WA). 20th of October 2023.
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245-0155 viewsPort Lincoln loco workshops, DA 6 still wearing former owners AN livery, albeit with Australian Southern decal, this unit was rebuilt by Port Augusta Workshops in 1996 from original AE Goodwin built 830 class 836 serial number 83727 and originally delivered to broad gauge in June 1960. 6th April, 2003.
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