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051101 6406106 viewsParkeston, AZYF 932 is a CCE compressor waggon, originally built by Metropolitan Cammell Britain as GB type in 1952-55 for Commonwealth Railways, converted to RGB type, then current code in 1989. Seen here in use with ARG on the Loongana Limestone service.
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070527 922234 viewsWest Kalgoorlie, AOGL 451 open waggon, originally built in June 1925 by the American Car & Foundry Co. as part of an order for six hundred waggons for the South Australian Railways as O type open waggons, in 1966 five hundred and fifty were rebuilt into OB type. Then coded into AOBF, then AOGL.
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070530 952441 viewsParkeston, RMWY 34027 triple deck car carrying waggon, built by Comeng NSW in 1975 within the third batch of ten WMX type double deck car carrying waggons, re-coded to WMFX in 1979, converted to triple deck WMGF in 1989 then under National Rail leasing they became RMWY type.
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070530 952642 viewsParkeston, RMWY 34024 triple deck car carrying waggon, built by Comeng NSW in 1975 within the third batch of ten WMX type double deck car carrying waggons, re-coded to WMFX in 1979, converted to triple deck WMGF in 1989 then under National Rail leasing they became RMWY type.
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070530 954149 viewsParkeston, RMWY 34024 triple deck car carrying waggon, built by Comeng NSW in 1975 within the third batch of ten WMX type double deck car carrying waggons, re-coded to WMFX in 1979, converted to triple deck WMGF in 1989 then under National Rail leasing they became RMWY type.
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070530 954343 viewsParkeston, RMWY 34027 triple deck car carrying waggon, built by Comeng NSW in 1975 within the third batch of ten WMX type double deck car carrying waggons, re-coded to WMFX in 1979, converted to triple deck WMGF in 1989 then under National Rail leasing they became RMWY type.
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100603 883042 viewsParkeston, RMWY 34027 triple deck car carrying waggon, built by Comeng NSW in 1975 within the third batch of ten WMX type double deck car carrying waggons, re-coded to WMFX in 1979, converted to triple deck WMGF in 1989 then under National Rail leasing they became RMWY type.
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100603 883136 viewsParkeston, RMWY 34024 triple deck car carrying waggon, built by Comeng NSW in 1975 within the third batch of ten WMX type double deck car carrying waggons, re-coded to WMFX in 1979, converted to triple deck WMGF in 1989 then under National Rail leasing they became RMWY type.
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100603 883235 viewsParkeston, RMWY 34025 triple deck car carrying waggon, built by Comeng NSW in 1975 within the third batch of ten WMX type double deck car carrying waggons, re-coded to WMFX in 1979, converted to triple deck WMGF in 1989 then under National Rail leasing they became RMWY type.
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100603 883336 viewsParkeston, RMWY 34029 triple deck car carrying waggon, built by Comeng NSW in 1975 within the third batch of ten WMX type double deck car carrying waggons, re-coded to WMFX in 1979, converted to triple deck WMGF in 1989 then under National Rail leasing they became RMWY type.
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107-2086 viewsEchuca station yard view, Sidings B and cement siding, broad gauge V/Line Grain VHGF type bogie grain waggons, VHGF 405 built new in October 1984 by V/Line Ballarat North Workshops as a VHGY type, recoded in 1988.
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107-2270 viewsEchuca yard view, Sidings A at left, weighbridge track and Ricegrowers Co-op at right, sign for weighbridge, broad gauge V/Line Grain VHGF and VHHF type bogie grain waggons.
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107-2578 viewsEchuca yard view, Sidings A, broad gauge V/Line Grain VHGF type bogie grain waggon VHGF 575, hand brake end and roof detail, elevated view, weighbridge road.
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107-2882 viewsEchuca station yard, V/Line Grain broad gauge VHGF type bogie grain waggons, No.4 Rd, water tower behind.
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107-3281 viewsEchuca station yard view, V/Line Grain broad gauge VHGF type bogie grain waggons on No.4 Rd, former goods shed platform visible, two styles of Ascom silo complex and water tank in background.
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107-3471 viewsEchuca station yard overview looking north, No.4 Rd with V/Line Grain broad gauge VHGF type bogie grain waggons, former goods shed platform on the left, two styles of Ascom silo complex in background.
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136-1159 viewsDeniliquin silo complex overview with Ascom style silos and a horizontal Victorian Oats Pool shed, yard view, broad gauge V/Line VHGF and VHGY class bogie grain waggons still in VR arrow livery.
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153-2-1561 viewsBallarat station yard, broad gauge V/Line Grain VHGF type bogie grain hopper waggon VHGF 416 originally built by V/Line's Ballarat North Workshops in November 1984 as VHGY type and recoded in 1988 to VHGF, view from handbrake end, double disc signal mast behind, catch point interlocking and rodding in foreground.
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164-1360 viewsMurchison East, four broad gauge V/Line Grain VHGF type bogie grain waggons, lead by VHGF 119, built as a GJX type by Steelweld Victoria in January 1969, being loaded on the gravitational road from the Ascom silos, Murphy silos behind, workers on waggon and ground.
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164-1459 viewsMurchison East, four broad gauge V/Line Grain VHGF type bogie grain waggons, lead by VHGF 119, built as a GJX type by Steelweld Victoria in January 1969, being loaded on the gravitational road from the Ascom silos, Murphy silos behind, workers on waggon and ground.
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