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240-01129 viewsNelson Point, retired Mt Newman Mining Comeng NSW built ALCo M636 unit 5499 serial C6096-4 sits awaiting its engine removal prior to being sent by road to Rail Heritage WA's Museum at Bassendean, Perth for preservation. 25th June 2002.
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240-02325 viewsNelson Point, retired Mt Newman Mining Comeng NSW built ALCo M636 unit 5499 serial C6096-4 sits awaiting its engine removal prior to being sent by road to Rail Heritage WA's Museum at Bassendean, Perth for preservation. 25th June 2002.
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240-03123 viewsNelson Point, retired Mt Newman Mining Comeng NSW built ALCo M636 unit 5499 serial C6096-4 sits with the hood removed exposing the ALCo 251F engine prior to removal and being sent by road to Rail Heritage WA's Bassendean museum for preservation. 25th June 2002.
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240-04127 viewsNelson Point, retired Mt Newman Mining Comeng NSW built ALCo M636 unit 5499 serial C6096-4 sits with the hood removed exposing the ALCo 251F engine, radiator fan drive and oil filter assembly prior to engine removal and being sent by road to Rail Heritage WA's Bassendean museum for preservation. 25th June 2002.
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240-05122 viewsNelson Point, retired Mt Newman Mining Comeng NSW built ALCo M636 unit 5499 serial C6096-4 sits with the hood removed exposing the ALCo 251F engine prior to removal and being sent by road to Rail Heritage WA's Bassendean museum for preservation. 25th June 2002.
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240-0679 viewsNelson Point, retired Mt Newman Mining Comeng NSW built ALCo M636 unit 5499 serial C6096-4 sits with the hood removed exposing the ALCo 251F engine end and turbo charger arrangement. 25th June 2002.
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240-0768 viewsNelson Point, retired Mt Newman Mining Comeng NSW built ALCo M636 unit 5499 serial C6096-4 sits with the hood removed exposing the ALCo 251F engine prior to removal and being sent by road to Rail Heritage WA's Bassendean museum for preservation. 25th June 2002.
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240-0867 viewsNelson Point, retired Mt Newman Mining Comeng NSW built ALCo M636 unit 5499 serial C6096-4 sits awaiting its engine removal prior to being sent by road to Rail Heritage WA's Museum at Bassendean, Perth for preservation. 25th June 2002.
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240-0962 viewsNelson Point, retired Mt Newman Mining Comeng NSW built ALCo M636 unit 5499 serial C6096-4 sits awaiting its engine removal prior to being sent by road to Rail Heritage WA's Museum at Bassendean, Perth for preservation. 25th June 2002.
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240-1061 viewsNelson Point, retired Mt Newman Mining Comeng NSW built ALCo M636 unit 5499 serial C6096-4 sits awaiting its engine removal prior to being sent by road to Rail Heritage WA's Museum at Bassendean, Perth for preservation. 25th June 2002.
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241-0115 viewsNelson Point, Mt Newman Mining's last in-service ALCo M636 unit 5499 serial C6096-4 built by Comeng NSW sits awaiting partial dismantling before being sent by road to Rail Heritage WA's museum at Bassendean, Perth for preservation. June 2002.
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241-0210 viewsNelson Point, Mt Newman Mining's last in-service ALCo M636 unit 5499 serial C6096-4 built by Comeng NSW sits awaiting partial dismantling before being sent by road to Rail Heritage WA's museum at Bassendean, Perth for preservation with two C36-7M units 5506 and 5510 also awaiting removal from site. June 2002.
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241-0311 viewsNelson Point, Mt Newman Mining's last in-service ALCo M636 unit 5499 serial C6096-4 built by Comeng NSW sits awaiting partial dismantling before being sent by road to Rail Heritage WA's museum at Bassendean, Perth for preservation. June 2002.
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241-0413 viewsNelson Point, Mt Newman Mining's last in-service ALCo M636 unit 5499 serial C6096-4 built by Comeng NSW sits awaiting partial dismantling before being sent by road to Rail Heritage WA's museum at Bassendean, Perth for preservation. June 2002.
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241-0715 viewsNelson Point, Mt Newman Mining's last in-service ALCo M636 unit 5499 serial C6096-4 built by Comeng NSW sits awaiting partial dismantling before being sent by road to Rail Heritage WA's museum at Bassendean, Perth for preservation, cab side view. June 2002.
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241-1911 viewsNelson Point, Mt Newman Mining's last in-service ALCo M636 unit 5499 serial C6096-4 built by Comeng NSW sits awaiting partial dismantling before being sent by road to Rail Heritage WA's museum at Bassendean, Perth for preservation. Three quarter rear view. June 2002.
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241-2013 viewsNelson Point, Mt Newman Mining's last in-service ALCo M636 unit 5499 serial C6096-4 built by Comeng NSW sits awaiting partial dismantling before being sent by road to Rail Heritage WA's museum at Bassendean, Perth for preservation. Drivers side view of the radiator section. June 2002.
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241-217 viewsNelson Point, Mt Newman Mining's last in-service ALCo M636 unit 5499 serial C6096-4 built by Comeng NSW sits awaiting partial dismantling before being sent by road to Rail Heritage WA's museum at Bassendean, Perth for preservation. Drivers side view of the radiator section and bogie. June 2002.
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241-2211 viewsNelson Point, Mt Newman Mining's last in-service ALCo M636 unit 5499 serial C6096-4 built by Comeng NSW sits awaiting partial dismantling before being sent by road to Rail Heritage WA's museum at Bassendean, Perth for preservation. Drivers side view of the engine hood and fuel tank. June 2002.
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241-2311 viewsNelson Point, Mt Newman Mining's last in-service ALCo M636 unit 5499 serial C6096-4 built by Comeng NSW sits awaiting partial dismantling before being sent by road to Rail Heritage WA's museum at Bassendean, Perth for preservation. Drivers side cab view. June 2002.
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