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090814 2097r415 viewsHunter Siding, FMG trial waggons built by CNR QRRS in China and one tonne lighter than the existing fleet. 3001 is the slave waggon with the rotary coupling and stencilled as 21.7 tonnes, 4002 is the control waggon and should be 21.9 tonnes. FMG now has a large fleet of these waggons built by CNR QRRS or Qiqihar Railway Rolling Stock Co. Ltd of China Northern, with the tare weights now at 22.6 tonnes. 14th August 2009.
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110606 174922 viewsFlash Butt, CNR-QRRS of China built 99 tonne ballast waggon 0209 waits to be loaded.
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110606 175015 viewsFlash Butt yard, CNR-QRRS of China built side dump waggon, built and delivered in early 2011, waggon 0711 awaits the call to duty.
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110606 175215 viewsFlash Butt yard, CNR-QRRS of China built ballast waggons, 0209 is a 99 tonne bottom discharge and 0711 is an 80 tonne side dump waggon, both built and delivered in early 2011.
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110620 221828 viewsForrest Siding near the 126 km, detail shot of empty FMG ore waggon 4266 showing the builders plate, RFID tag, number decal and bogie detail. CNR QRRS of China built waggon dating from 2011. 20th June 2011.
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130720 144716 viewsFlash Butt yard, CNR-QRRS of China built 99 tonne ballast waggons 0214 and 0212 loaded awaiting their next duty.
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130720 144816 viewsFlash Butt yard, CNR-QRRS of China built 99 tonne ballast waggon 0214 loaded awaiting their next duty.
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130721 2193r51 viewsBoodarie, empty waggon pair 3357 and 4358 head south back to the mines. A pair of waggons from orders for 882 pairs built by China Northern or CNR QRRS Qiqihar Railway Rolling Stock Co between 2010 and 2012. 21st July 2012.
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150314 774013 viewsBing Siding, empty 116 kL CNR-QRRS of China built tank waggon 0030, the final member of a batch of ten built in 2014.
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150314 774113 viewsBing Siding, empty 116 kL CNR-QRRS of China built tank waggon 0030, the final member of a batch of ten built in 2014.
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150314 774410 viewsBing Siding, empty 116 kL CNR-QRRS of China built tank waggon 0028, one of a batch of ten built in 2014.
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150314 774613 viewsBing Siding, empty 116 kL CNR-QRRS of China built tank waggon 0025, one of a batch of ten built in 2014.
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150314 77478 viewsBing Siding, empty 116 kL CNR-QRRS of China built tank waggon 0026, one of a batch of ten built in 2014.
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150314 774810 viewsBing Siding, empty 116 kL CNR-QRRS of China built tank waggon 0027, one of a batch of ten built in 2014.
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150314 774913 viewsBing Siding, empty 116 kL CNR-QRRS of China built tank waggons 0026 and 0027, both A ends, both from a batch of ten built in 2014.
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150314 775312 viewsBing Siding, empty 116 kL CNR-QRRS of China built tank waggon 0023, one of a batch of ten built in 2014.
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150314 775413 viewsBing Siding, empty 116 kL CNR-QRRS of China built tank waggon 0022, one of a batch of ten built in 2014.
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150314 77559 viewsBing Siding, empty 116 kL CNR-QRRS of China built tank waggon 0021, class leader of a batch of ten built in 2014.
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150523 8201168 viewsNelson Point Yard, parked beside the Locomotive Service Shop, BHP Billiton diesel fuel tank waggon 0035 with safety slogan 'Take time to work safety', total capacity of 117 m3 for a nominal capacity of 113 m3 built in China by CNR - QRRS.
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150523 820116 viewsNelson Point, empty 116 kL CNR-QRRS of China built tank waggon 0035, one of a second batch delivered in 2015 with safety slogan 'Take time to work safely'.
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