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060531 507443 viewsParkeston, OPC 381, originally built by South Australian Railways Islington Workshops in 1964 as an 8300 class 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 507537 viewsParkeston, OPC 381, originally built by South Australian Railways Islington Workshops in 1964 as an 8300 class 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 507636 viewsParkeston, OPC 381, originally built by South Australian Railways Islington Workshops in 1964 as an 8300 class 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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