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080116 13642 viewsChapman Siding at the 69 km on FMG's under construction line to Cloud Break mine, new waggons stabled in the passing track awaiting service, built by China Southern or CSR at their Zhuzhou Rolling Stock Works in China in 2007, here slave waggon 1395 and master waggon 2396 sit in the avro sunlight. The yellow circle indicates the rotary coupler end and the tare weight of the slave waggon at 22.6 tonnes, while the master weighs 22.9 tonnes as it hosts the brake control equipment. 16th January 2008.
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080116 13651 viewsChapman Siding at the 69 km on FMG's under construction line to Cloud Break mine, new waggons stabled in the passing track awaiting service, built by China Southern or CSR at their Zhuzhou Rolling Stock Works in China in 2007, here slave waggon 1395 and master waggon 2396 sit in the avro sunlight. The yellow circle indicates the rotary coupler end and the tare weight of the slave waggon at 22.6 tonnes, while the master weighs 22.9 tonnes as it hosts the brake control equipment. 16th January 2008.
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080116 13661 viewsChapman Siding, builders plate on FMG waggon 1395, CSR Zhuzhou Rolling Stock Works, year of 2007 and month 10 for October.
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080116 13672 viewsChapman Siding at the 69 km on FMG's under construction line to Cloud Break mine, new waggons stabled in the passing track awaiting service, built by China Southern or CSR at their Zhuzhou Rolling Stock Works in China in 2007, looking south along the rake with 1395 closest to the camera. 16th January 2008.
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080116 13682 viewsChapman Siding, view of the hand brake end with F type Interlock coupling and hand brake wheel arrangement, built by China Southern or CSR at their Zhuzhou Rolling Stock Works in China in 2007. 16th January 2008.
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080116 13691 viewsChapman Siding, view from the hand brake end with F type Interlock coupling and hand brake wheel arrangement, built by China Southern or CSR at their Zhuzhou Rolling Stock Works in China in 2007. 16th January 2008.
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080116 13711 viewsChapman Siding 69 km, FMG slave waggon 1395 tare 22.6 tonnes with rotary coupler built by China Southern or CSR at their Zhuzhou Rolling Stock Works in China during 2007, stands on the passing track. 16th January 2008.
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080116 13722 viewsChapman Siding 69 km, FMG master or control waggon 2396 tare 22.9 tonnes with bar coupling for the 'married' pair showing the train pipe, waggon control pipe and electrical jumper. Built by China Southern or CSR at their the Zhuzhou Rolling Stock Works in China in 2007, stands on the passing track. 16th January 2008.
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080116 13731 viewsChapman Siding, view showing the bogies and bar coupling, train pipe, control pipe and electrical jumper of FMG married pair of slave 1395 on the left and master 2396 on the right. The BHP Newman line in the back ground. 16th January 2008.
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080116 13742 viewsChapman Siding, FMG master waggon 2396 tare 22.9 tonnes coupled with Janney Type F Interlock couplers and CSR type bogie. Built by CSR (China Southern) Zhuzhou Rolling Stock Works in China during 2007. 16th January 2008.
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080116 13752 viewsChapman Siding, view of FMG's CSR Zhuzhou Rolling Stock Works built waggons showing the 'F' type Interlock fixed and rotary couplers between master waggon 2396 and slave waggon 1187. Note the difference in the tare weights, 2396 with the fixed coupler is the master waggon, while 1187 is the slave waggon with the rotary coupler. The yellow circle also denotes the rotary coupler end. 16th January 2008.
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080116 13762 viewsChapman Siding, FMG slave waggon 1187, built by China Southern or CSR at their Zhuzhou Rolling Stock Works in China during 2007, view of the number decal builders plate and bracket for RFID tag with the last painted date placard. 16th January 2008.
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080116 13773 viewsChapman Siding, FMG slave waggon 1187, built by CSR at their Zhuzhou Rolling Stock Works in China during August 2007, view of the builders plate and bracket for RFID tag. 16th January 2008.
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080116 13781 viewsChapman Siding, FMG slave waggon 1187, built by CSR at their Zhuzhou Rolling Stock Works in China during August 2007, view of the builders plate. 16th January 2008.
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080116 13793 viewsChapman Siding 69 km, FMG slave waggon 1371 tare 22.6 tonnes with bar coupling to master, view bogies and number decal looking north. Built by China Southern or CSR at their Zhuzhou Rolling Stock Works in China during 2007. 16th January 2008.
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080116 13804 viewsChapman Siding 69 km, the Zhuzhou Rolling Stock Works cast bogie underneath FMG master waggon 2372, bogie has a cast date of 08-07 for August 2007 and is riding on Timken AP Glass G 7 x 17 bearings. 16th January 2008.
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080116 13815 viewsChapman Siding looking north inside ore waggon 2396. The visible angle iron welded to the floor are covers for the water drain holes.
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080116 13824 viewsChapman Siding looking at the F type Interlock coupler on 1395. Hand brake chain and hose bag and electric jumper cable on the left.
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080116 13833 viewsChapman Siding, builders plate on FMG waggon 2396, CSR Zhuzhou Rolling Stock Works, year of 2007 and month 10 for October.
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080120 14692 viewsThomas Yard, new FMG ore waggon pair 1263 slave and 2264 control waggons, 22.6 tonnes tare with rotary coupler, and the master at 22.9 tonnes. View from the handbrake end coupled to a GE C44-9W unit 011. 20th January 2008.
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