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030712 14224220 viewsNelson Point, empty BHP ore waggon 9021, originally built by Comeng in Mittagong NSW as a part of seven prototype ore waggons made from low carbon 301 stainless steel with an higher volume and aerodynamic flat sides and were bogieless with four independent radial wheel sets. Of the seven waggon, the first four had a flat floor and final three had a drop belly floor. The radial wheel sets were later replaced with conventional bogies. 12th of July 2003.
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030712 14254317 viewsNelson Point, empty BHP ore waggon 553, one of the original Magor USA build waggons bought out at construction of the Mt Newman project. Visible is the ODCX code and number 82190 from the Oroville Dam Construction company days in the USA. Unsure of the MS6-82 code, the DZ 11-95 code was the late time it was internally painted to reduce wear and the SL 76 with 92 below it was the last time the Miner SL-76 draft gear was replaced. 12th of July 2003.
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030712 14255217 viewsNelson Point, empty BHP ore waggon 553, one of the original Magor USA build waggons bought out at construction of the Mt Newman project. Visible is the ODCX code and number 82190 from the Oroville Dam Construction company days in the USA. Unsure of the MS6-82 code, the DZ 11-95 code was the late time it was internally painted to reduce wear and the SL 76 with 92 below it was the last time the Miner SL-76 draft gear was replaced. 12th of July 2003.
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030712 14255718 viewsNelson Point, empty BHP ore waggon 553, one of the original Magor USA build waggons bought out at construction of the Mt Newman project. Visible is the ODCX code and number 82190 from the Oroville Dam Construction company days in the USA. The DZ 11-95 code was the late time it was internally painted to reduce wear and the SL 76 with 90 below it was the last time the Miner SL-76 draft gear was replaced. 12th of July 2003.
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030712 14292316 viewsNelson Point, empty BHP ore waggon 9020, the prototype leader originally built by Comeng in Mittagong NSW as a part of seven prototype ore waggons made from low carbon 301 stainless steel with an higher volume and aerodynamic flat sides and were bogieless with four independent radial wheel sets. Of the seven waggon, the first four had a flat floor and final three had a drop belly floor. The radial wheel sets were later replaced with conventional bogies. 12th of July 2003.
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030712 14305113 viewsNelson Point, empty BHP ore waggon 9023, originally built by Comeng in Mittagong NSW as a part of seven prototype ore waggons made from low carbon 301 stainless steel with an higher volume and aerodynamic flat sides and were bogieless with four independent radial wheel sets. Of the seven waggon, the first four had a flat floor and final three had a drop belly floor. The radial wheel sets were later replaced with conventional bogies. 12th of July 2003.
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030712 14322217 viewsNelson Point, empty BHP ore waggon 9025 with drop belly floor, originally built by Comeng in Mittagong NSW as a part of seven prototype ore waggons made from low carbon 301 stainless steel with an higher volume and aerodynamic flat sides and were bogieless with four independent radial wheel sets. Of the seven waggon, the first four had a flat floor and final three had a drop belly floor. The radial wheel sets were later replaced with conventional bogies. 12th of July 2003.
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030712 14324716 viewsNelson Point, empty BHP ore waggon 9024, originally built by Comeng in Mittagong NSW as a part of seven prototype ore waggons made from low carbon 301 stainless steel with an higher volume and aerodynamic flat sides and were bogieless with four independent radial wheel sets. Of the seven waggon, the first four had a flat floor and final three had a drop belly floor. The radial wheel sets were later replaced with conventional bogies. This view shows the reduced gap between waggons reduced from 1084 to 934 mm to aid the aerodynamics. 12th of July 2003.
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030712 14325614 viewsNelson Point, empty BHP ore waggon 9024 with drop belly floor, originally built by Comeng in Mittagong NSW as a part of seven prototype ore waggons made from low carbon 301 stainless steel with an higher volume and aerodynamic flat sides and were bogieless with four independent radial wheel sets. Of the seven waggon, the first four had a flat floor and final three had a drop belly floor. The radial wheel sets were later replaced with conventional bogies. 12th of July 2003.
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030712 14331519 viewsNelson Point, empty BHP ore waggon 9026 with drop belly floor, originally built by Comeng in Mittagong NSW as a part of seven prototype ore waggons made from low carbon 301 stainless steel with an higher volume and aerodynamic flat sides and were bogieless with four independent radial wheel sets. Of the seven waggon, the first four had a flat floor and final three had a drop belly floor. The radial wheel sets were later replaced with conventional bogies. 12th of July 2003.
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040409 121920378 viewsBoodarie, Goninan built Golynx waggon 8416 with serial number 950088-326 from November 2011, which is a modified version of the BHP mainline waggons for service on the Goldsworthy system as a bottom discharge waggon. 9th of April 2004.
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040409 121940165 viewsBoodarie, Goninan built Golynx waggon 8416 with serial number 950088-326 from November 2011, which is a modified version of the BHP mainline waggons for service on the Goldsworthy system as a bottom discharge waggon. 9th of April 2004.
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040409 122000243 viewsBoodarie, Goninan built Golynx waggon 8416 with serial number 950088-326 from November 2001, is a modified version of the BHP mainline waggons for service on the Goldsworthy system as a bottom discharge waggon, view of the door and actuator handle. 9th of April 2004.
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040409 122938136 viewsBoodarie, Goldsworthy service bottom discharge Portec USA built ore waggon 345 is one of ten that was purchased second hand in 1992 from Phelps Dodge Copper Mine, believed to be built in 1980s. 9th April 2004.
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040409 122950172 viewsBoodarie, Goldsworthy service bottom discharge Portec USA built ore waggon 345 is one of ten that was purchased second hand in 1992 from Phelps Dodge Copper Mine, believed to be built in 1980s. View of discharge door. 9th April 2004.
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040409 123014132 viewsBoodarie, Goldsworthy service bottom discharge Gunderson USA built ore waggon 8317 is one of forty five that was purchased second hand in 1992 from Phelps Dodge Copper Mine, believed to be built in 1970s. 9th April 2004.
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040409 123032138 viewsBoodarie, Goldsworthy service bottom discharge Tomlinson Steel WA built ore waggon 8050. 9th April 2004.
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040409 123052281 viewsBoodarie, Goldsworthy service bottom discharge Tomlinson Steel WA built ore waggon 8050. 9th April 2004.
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040409 123108229 viewsBoodarie, Goldsworthy service bottom discharge Gunderson USA built ore waggon 8317 is one of forty five that was purchased second hand in 1992 from Phelps Dodge Copper Mine, believed to be built in 1970s. 9th April 2004.
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040409 123128239 viewsBoodarie, Goldsworthy service bottom discharge Portec USA built ore waggon 345 is one of ten that was purchased second hand in 1992 from Phelps Dodge Copper Mine, believed to be built in 1980s. 9th April 2004.
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