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040408 17002463 viewsBing Siding, Difco Ohio USA 1966 built short side dump waggon 4 loaded with rip-rap, originally built for Goldsworthy Mining as no. 4, one five such waggons built for Goldsworthy Mining.
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040408 17004036 viewsBing Siding, Difco Ohio USA built side dump waggons, three short and one long all loaded with fines. In 1966 five short side dump waggons were originally built for Goldsworthy Mining, here we see no. 2, 3 and 1 on the rear and Mt Newman Mining long side dump waggon 701.
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040810 14490615 viewsShaw Siding backtrack, Difco Ohio USA 1967 build short side dump waggon 8701, originally built for Goldsworthy Mining as no. 1, renumbered by Mt Newman as 8701, one five waggons built for Goldsworthy Mining.
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040810 14494711 viewsShaw Siding backtrack, Difco Ohio USA 1967 build short side dump waggon 8701, originally built for Goldsworthy Mining as no. 1, renumbered by Mt Newman as 8701, one five waggons built for Goldsworthy Mining.
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040810 14500711 viewsShaw Siding backtrack, Difco Ohio USA 1967 build short side dump waggon 5, originally built for Goldsworthy Mining, but not yet renumbered by BHP Iron Ore, it should be 8705, one five waggons built for Goldsworthy Mining.
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040810 14555513 viewsShaw Siding backtrack, view looking south with Quarry 8 track leading off to the right, a line up of Difco Ohio USA built side dump waggons, a combination of both Mt Newman long and short versions and Goldsworthy Mining short version no. 4 closest to camera.
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041225 07052328 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 07055420 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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050109 092824161 viewsPilbara Railway Historical Society, Goldsworthy Mining Ltd B class unit 1, an English Electric built ST95B model, originally built in 1965 serial A-104, due to accident damage rebuilt on new frame with serial A232 in 1970. These units of Bo-Bo design with a 6CSRKT 640kW prime mover and built at the Rocklea Qld plant.
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050724 421411 viewsNelson Point yard, flat waggon #6? in service on the Pony re-laying train as a transport waggon for a gantry car as pictured. Originally in service with Goldsworthy Mining as a BC or BCV box van, built by Comeng WA in 1966.
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050724 42288 viewsNelson Point yard, flat waggon #6? in service on the Pony re-laying train as a transport waggon for a gantry car as pictured. Originally in service with Goldsworthy Mining as a BC or BCV box van, built by Comeng WA in 1966.
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060429 372810 viewsFlash Butt yard, Pony re-laying waggon, #2, originally built for Goldsworthy Mining as one of a batch of six with a 55 tonne rating by Tomlinson Steel in 1966.
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060429 373410 viewsFlash Butt yard, Pony re-laying waggon, originally built for Goldsworthy Mining as one of a batch of six with a 55 tonne rating by Tomlinson Steel in 1966.
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060429 373510 viewsFlash Butt yard, Pony re-laying waggon, 6002 originally built for Goldsworthy Mining as one of a batch of six with a 55 tonne rating by Tomlinson Steel in 1966 of which three were sold to Mt Newman Mining in 1967 and numbered 6001-6003.
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060429 37369 viewsFlash Butt yard, Pony re-laying waggon, 6001 originally built for Goldsworthy Mining as one of a batch of six with a 55 tonne rating by Tomlinson Steel in 1966 of which three were sold to Mt Newman Mining in 1967 and numbered 6001-6003.
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060429 373712 viewsFlash Butt yard, Pony re-laying waggon, 6002 originally built for Goldsworthy Mining as one of a batch of six with a 55 tonne rating by Tomlinson Steel in 1966 of which three were sold to Mt Newman Mining in 1967 and numbered 6001-6003.
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060429 373817 viewsFlash Butt yard, Pony re-laying waggon, #1, originally built for Goldsworthy Mining as one of a batch of six with a 55 tonne rating by Tomlinson Steel in 1966.
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060429 373912 viewsFlash Butt yard, Pony re-laying waggon, 6001 originally built for Goldsworthy Mining as one of a batch of six with a 55 tonne rating by Tomlinson Steel in 1966 of which three were sold to Mt Newman Mining in 1967 and numbered 6001-6003.
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060429 374410 viewsFlash Butt yard, Pony re-laying flat waggon, in service as a transport waggon for a gantry car and sleepers. Originally in service with Goldsworthy Mining as a BC or BCV box van, built by Comeng WA in 1966.
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060429 374614 viewsFlash Butt yard, Pony relaying flat waggon #6? in service on the Pony re-laying train as a transport waggon for a gantry car as pictured. Originally in service with Goldsworthy Mining as a BC or BCV box van, built by Comeng WA in 1966.
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