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040502 08554857 viewsMooka Siding, trailing view of the 'Pony' heading south, 50 ton waggon 6703, one of three 'special' waggons converted from Magor USA built ore waggons, loaded with concrete sleepers is closet to camera.
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040502 08555453 viewsMooka Siding, trailing view of the 'Pony' heading south, 50 ton waggon 6701, one of three 'special' waggons converted from Magor USA built ore waggons, loaded with concrete sleepers is in the middle with former Goldsworthy flat waggon 8704 closet to camera.
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040502 08561446 viewsMooka Siding, trailing view of the 'Pony' heading south, with the Harsco Pony track re-laying machine on the rear.
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040502 08562251 viewsMooka Siding, trailing view of the 'Pony' heading south, with the Harsco Pony track re-laying machine on the rear.
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050724 421412 viewsNelson Point yard, flat waggon #6? in service on the Pony re-laying train as a transport waggon for a gantry car as pictured. Originally in service with Goldsworthy Mining as a BC or BCV box van, built by Comeng WA in 1966.
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050724 42289 viewsNelson Point yard, flat waggon #6? in service on the Pony re-laying train as a transport waggon for a gantry car as pictured. Originally in service with Goldsworthy Mining as a BC or BCV box van, built by Comeng WA in 1966.
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050724 42349 viewsNelson Point yard, flat waggons in service on the Pony re-laying train as transport waggons for sleepers, with a gantry car delivering concrete sleepers to replace the removed steel sleepers. The middle waggon is an ex Goldsworthy Mining flat waggon with a Scotts of Ipswich built flat either side, built in 1970 for then Mt Newman Mining Company.
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050724 42376 viewsNelson Point yard, flat waggons in service on the Pony re-laying train as transport waggons for sleepers, with a gantry car delivering concrete sleepers to replace the removed steel sleepers. The left waggon is an ex Goldsworthy Mining flat waggon with a Scotts of Ipswich built flat waggon with the gantry car on it, built in 1970 for then Mt Newman Mining Company.
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050724 42439 viewsNelson Point yard, flat waggons in service on the Pony re-laying train as transport waggons for sleepers, with a gantry car sitting atop a heavily modified and cut down Oroville waggon, with the left waggon a Scotts of Ipswich built flat waggon from in 1970 for then Mt Newman Mining Company.
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060429 372518 viewsFlash Butt yard, Pony waggon #1, modified from a Magor USA built Oroville ore waggon, with a Comeng built gantry carrier.
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060429 372614 viewsFlash Butt yard, Pony re-laying waggon, built for Mt Newman Mining in 1970 by Scotts of Ipswich, one of a batch of nine, one of a batch of nine in the series 6005-6013.
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060429 372713 viewsFlash Butt yard, Pony re-laying waggon, builders plate of Mt Newman Mining waggon built in 1970 by Scotts of Ipswich, one of a batch of nine in the series 6005-6013.
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060429 372811 viewsFlash Butt yard, Pony re-laying waggon, #2, originally built for Goldsworthy Mining as one of a batch of six with a 55 tonne rating by Tomlinson Steel in 1966.
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060429 372917 viewsFlash Butt yard, Pony re-laying waggon, built for Mt Newman Mining on the 24th September 1970 by Scotts of Ipswich, one of a batch of nine, one of a batch of nine in the series 6005-6013.
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060429 373010 viewsFlash Butt yard, Pony re-laying waggon, built for Mt Newman Mining, builders plate for Scotts of Ipswich Qld with a 24th September 1970 build date, one of nine originally numbered 6005-6013.
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060429 373113 viewsFlash Butt yard, Pony waggon 6017, built by Comeng WA in 1971 in a batch of three numbered 6014-6017, with asset number 6506-017, view of builders plate.
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060429 373211 viewsFlash Butt yard, Pony waggon 6017, built by Comeng WA in 1971 in a batch of three numbered 6014-6017, with asset number 6506-017.
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060429 373316 viewsFlash Butt yard, Pony waggon 6017, built by Comeng WA in 1971 in a batch of three numbered 6014-6017, view of asset number 6506-017.
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060429 373411 viewsFlash Butt yard, Pony re-laying waggon, originally built for Goldsworthy Mining as one of a batch of six with a 55 tonne rating by Tomlinson Steel in 1966.
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060429 373511 viewsFlash Butt yard, Pony re-laying waggon, 6002 originally built for Goldsworthy Mining as one of a batch of six with a 55 tonne rating by Tomlinson Steel in 1966 of which three were sold to Mt Newman Mining in 1967 and numbered 6001-6003.
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