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060116 267779 viewsWest Kalgoorlie yard, AOPY 32382 with black and white fleet number of 904, one of seventy ex ANR coal waggons rebuilt from AOKF type by Bluebird Engineering SA in service with ARG on Koolyanobbing iron ore trains. They used to be three metres longer and originally built by Metropolitan Cammell Britain as GB type in 1952-55, 16th January 2006.
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060116 267882 viewsWest Kalgoorlie yard, AOPY 32382, with fleet number 904, one of seventy ex ANR coal waggons rebuilt from AOKF type by Bluebird Engineering SA in service with ARG on Koolyanobbing iron ore trains. They were three metres longer and originally built by Metropolitan Cammell Britain as GB class in 1952-55, 16th January 2006.
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060116 268178 viewsWest Kalgoorlie yard, AOPY 32382 with black and white fleet number of 904, one of seventy ex ANR coal waggons rebuilt from AOKF type by Bluebird Engineering SA in service with ARG on Koolyanobbing iron ore trains. They used to be three metres longer and originally built by Metropolitan Cammell Britain as GB type in 1952-55, 16th January 2006.
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060531 500342 viewsBinduli, AOPY 32382, with fleet number 904, one of seventy ex ANR coal waggons rebuilt from AOKF type by Bluebird Engineering SA in service with ARG on Koolyanobbing iron ore trains. They used to be three metres longer and originally built by Metropolitan Cammell Britain as GB type in 1952-55, seen here in the consist with sister waggons of a loaded train bound for West Kalgoorlie yard, 31st May 2006.
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PD 1284825 viewsWest Kalgoorlie yard, AOPY 32382 with black and white fleet number of 904, one of seventy ex ANR coal waggons rebuilt from AOKF type by Bluebird Engineering SA in service with ARG on Koolyanobbing iron ore trains. They used to be three metres longer and originally built by Metropolitan Cammell Britain as GB type in 1952-55.
     
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