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100611 03215 viewsMidland, AQHY 30062 with sulphuric acid tank CSA 0046, originally built by the WAGR Midland Workshops in 1964/66 at WF type flat waggons, then following several codes and modifications in 1997 seventy five were converted to WQH to carry CSA sulphuric acid tanks between Hampton/Kalgoorlie and Perth/Kwinana.
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100731 324427 viewsBinduli, AQHY 30062 with sulphuric acid tank CSA 0046, originally built by the WAGR Midland Workshops in 1964/66 at WF type flat waggons, then following several codes and modifications in 1997 seventy five were converted to WQH to carry CSA sulphuric acid tanks between Hampton/Kalgoorlie and Perth/Kwinana.
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160523 33358 viewsWest Kalgoorlie, AQHY 30062 with CSA 0123, originally built by the WAGR Midland Workshops in 1964/66 at WF type flat waggons, then following several codes and modifications in 1997 was converted to WQH to carry CSA sulphuric acid tanks between Hampton/Kalgoorlie and Perth.
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161111 253718 viewsBinduli, Kalgoorlie Freighter train 5025, waggon AQHY 30062 with sulphuric acid tank CSA 0123, originally built by the WAGR Midland Workshops in 1964/66 at WF type flat waggons, then following several codes and modifications in 1997 seventy five were converted to WQH to carry CSA sulphuric acid tanks between Hampton/Kalgoorlie and Perth/Kwinana.
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161112 34686 viewsBinduli, loaded Hampton acid train 7406 with AQHY 30062 with sulphuric acid tank CSA 0123, originally built by the WAGR Midland Workshops in 1964/66 at WF type flat waggons, then following several codes and modifications in 1997 seventy five were converted to WQH to carry CSA sulphuric acid tanks between Hampton/Kalgoorlie and Perth/Kwinana.
     
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