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040806 10253611 viewsFlash Butt yard, view of the end of test waggon 2703 showing the collection of cables and the Do Not Uncouple sign.
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040806 10263623 viewsFlash Butt yard, view of Rail Dynamics Laboratory test waggon 2703, modified by BHP from waggon number 2716 in 1975, originally a Comeng built waggon dating from 1971.
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040806 10271815 viewsFlash Butt yard, rear view of stored out of service LocoTrol waggons, 2626 closest to camera.
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040806 10283215 viewsFlash Butt yard, rear view of stored out of service LocoTrol waggons, 2626 closest to camera, then 661, 2065 and 2703 Test Car.
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040806 10292812 viewsFlash Butt yard, rear view of stored out of service LocoTrol waggon 2626 showing number board and the short hood end.
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041225 07052315 viewsNelson Point, Ore Car Repair Shop roads, flat waggon no. 5, later renumbered 6705. Originally in service with Goldsworthy Mining as a BC or BCV box van, built by Comeng WA in 1966.
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041225 07055413 viewsNelson Point, Ore Car Repair Shop roads, flat waggon no. 5, later renumbered 6705. Originally in service with Goldsworthy Mining as a BC or BCV box van, built by Comeng WA in 1966.
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050315 023316 viewsRedbank Bridge, elevated view of empty 116 kL fuel tanks all built by Comeng in both NSW and WA, on the rear of a loaded ore train arriving into Nelson Point yard, waggons include 0018, 0015, 0017, 0012, 0016, 0014, 0013, 0011 and 0010.
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050315 023410 viewsRedbank Bridge, elevated view of empty 116 kL fuel tanks all built by Comeng in both NSW and WA, 0015 in the Earth livery and 0017 and others in the BHP blue and white livery.
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050315 023512 viewsRedbank Bridge, elevated view of empty 116 kL fuel tanks all built by Comeng in both NSW and WA, 0015 in the Earth livery and 0017 and others in the BHP blue and white livery.
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050315 02369 viewsRedbank Bridge, elevated view of empty 116 kL fuel tanks all built by Comeng in both NSW and WA, 0017 and 0012 and others in the BHP blue and white livery.
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050315 023710 viewsRedbank Bridge, elevated view of empty 116 kL fuel tanks all built by Comeng in both NSW and WA, 0012 and 0016 and others in the BHP blue and white livery.
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050315 02389 viewsRedbank Bridge, elevated view of empty 116 kL fuel tanks all built by Comeng in both NSW and WA, 0016 and 0014 and others in the BHP blue and white livery.
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050315 02399 viewsRedbank Bridge, elevated view of empty 116 kL fuel tanks all built by Comeng in both NSW and WA, 0014 and 0013 and others in the BHP blue and white livery.
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050315 02408 viewsRedbank Bridge, elevated view of empty 116 kL fuel tanks all built by Comeng in both NSW and WA, 0013 and others in the BHP blue and white livery.
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050315 02417 viewsRedbank Bridge, elevated view of empty 116 kL fuel tanks all built by Comeng in both NSW and WA, 0011 and others in the BHP blue and white livery.
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050315 024210 viewsRedbank Bridge, elevated view of empty 116 kL fuel tanks all built by Comeng in both NSW and WA, 0010 and others in the BHP blue and white livery.
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050319 014310 viewsNelson Point, rail recovery and transport train, 2nd lead off waggon 6201, built by Comeng WA, the mesh guarding is for the winch cable. The chute arrangement for the discharging and recovery of rail is visible.
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050410 05369 viewsNelson Point, tanker filling area, fuel tank waggon 0018, a Comeng WA built 114 kilolitre tank waggon, one of a batch of three built in 1974-75 wearing the newer corporate 'Earth' livery of BHP Billiton Iron Ore.
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050410 053711 viewsNelson Point, tanker filling area, fuel tank waggon 0018, a Comeng WA built 114 kilolitre tank waggon, one of a batch of three built in 1974-75 wearing the newer corporate 'Earth' livery of BHP Billiton Iron Ore.
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