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030712 14224216 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 14292314 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 14305111 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 14322214 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 14324714 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 14325613 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 14331517 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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040627 080053140 viewsNelson Point, fuel tank waggon 0020 82 kL capacity, built by Comeng NSW for BP as RTD 2, last of two such tanks, used on Mt Newman line, unsure when converted to 0020.
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040806 091254r567 viewsGoldsworthy Junction, BHP Goninan GE rebuild CM40-8MEFI 5666 'Taranto' serial 8412-11 / 94-157, was the first unit fitted with Electronic Fuel Injection to the 16FDL engine hence the EFI on the model designation, is in charge of the Weighbridge Calibration train which is situated in the middle of the switches at the Goldsworthy Junction. 5666 will do several trips back and forward over the weighbridge at various speed to allow the technicians to calibrate it as well as having to clear the mainline for loaded and empty train movements. 0915 hrs 6th August 2004.
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040815 17124679 viewsNelson Point, side view of fuel tank waggon 0020, 82 kilolitre capacity built by Comeng NSW for BP as RTC 2, used by Mt Newman Mining, unsure when converted to 0020.
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040815 17131261 viewsNelson Point, fuel tank waggon 0020, 82 kilolitre capacity built by Comeng NSW for BP as RTC 2, used by Mt Newman Mining, unsure when converted to 0020.
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040815 17131860 viewsNelson Point, view of hand brake end of fuel tank waggon 0020, 82 kilolitre capacity built by Comeng NSW for BP as RTC 2, used by Mt Newman Mining, unsure when converted to 0020.
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040815 17135064 viewsNelson Point, detail view of data placard of fuel tank waggon 0020, 82 kilolitre capacity built by Comeng NSW for BP as RTC 2, used by Mt Newman Mining, unsure when converted to 0020.
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040815 17140669 viewsNelson Point, side view of A end and bogie detail view of fuel tank waggon 0020, 82 kilolitre capacity built by Comeng NSW for BP as RTC 2, used by Mt Newman Mining, unsure when converted to 0020.
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040815 17142066 viewsNelson Point, view of access ladder, brake valve and discharge piping of fuel tank waggon 0020, 82 kilolitre capacity built by Comeng NSW for BP as RTC 2, used by Mt Newman Mining, unsure when converted to 0020.
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040815 17143260 viewsNelson Point, view of brake valve and reservoirs mounting and piping of fuel tank waggon 0020, 82 kilolitre capacity built by Comeng NSW for BP as RTC 2, used by Mt Newman Mining, unsure when converted to 0020.
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040815 17150468 viewsNelson Point, view of hand brake end of fuel tank waggon 0020, 82 kilolitre capacity built by Comeng NSW for BP as RTC 2, used by Mt Newman Mining, unsure when converted to 0020.
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041014 122536180 viewsPilbara Railways Historical Society museum, Australian built by Comeng NSW an MLW ALCo M636 unit formerly owned by Mt Newman Mining and BHP Iron Ore 5502 serial number C6096-7 built in July 1976, retired in 1994, donated to the Society in November 1995. 14th October 2004.
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041014 122542178 viewsPilbara Railways Historical Society museum, Australian built by Comeng NSW an MLW ALCo M636 unit formerly owned by Mt Newman Mining and BHP Iron Ore 5502 serial number C6096-7 built in July 1976, retired in 1994, donated to the Society in November 1995. 14th October 2004.
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041014 142636134 viewsPilbara Railways Historical Society museum, Australian built by Comeng NSW an MLW ALCo M636 unit formerly owned by Mt Newman Mining and BHP Iron Ore 5502 serial number C6096-7 built in July 1976, retired in 1994, donated to the Society in November 1995. 14th October 2004.
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