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060603 5263 ATJY531J48 viewsMidland, ATJY 531 diesel fuel tank waggon built by Comeng NSW in 1971 for AMPOL, the same as a sister tank built at the same time for Caltex both as WJJ type two compartment two dome. Seen here in service with Caltex. 91,000 litres now single compartment.
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070608 011345 viewsMidland, ATJY 531 fuel tank waggon built by Comeng NSW in 1971 for AMPOL, the same as a sister tank built at the same time for Caltex both as WJJ type two compartment two dome. Seen here in service with Caltex. 91,000 litres now single compartment.
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100609 0999416 viewsMidland, ATVY type fuel tank waggon ATVY 618, built by Comeng WA in 1965 for BP on the narrow gauge as JTD type JTD 340, in 1970 to SG and recoded WJT 520, then in 1988 to WJT 618.
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100611 037115 viewsMidland, ATVY type fuel tank waggon ATVY 618, built by Comeng WA in 1965 for BP on the narrow gauge as JTD type JTD 340, in 1970 to SG and recoded WJT 520, then in 1988 to WJT 618.
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101-12173 viewsMaryborough, broad gauge V/Line VHJA type bogie gypsum waggon VHJA 10, the final member of 10 such waggons converted in 1984 from VHCA type waggons for use on the Cowangie gypsum traffic by Newport Workshops, originally built new as a J type hopper waggon by American Car and Foundry USA November 1925, recoded to CJ type in 1960 and VHCA in 1980. In 1993 a further fifteen were such converted.
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138-0852 viewsBendigo yard, J class four wheel cement waggon J 9, built new in October 1958 as X class fixed wheel cement hopper, recoded to J class in 1963.
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162-3-0877 viewsMelbourne Yard, V/Line broad gauge VHCA type bogie covered cement hopper waggon VHCA 10, started life as a CJ type Bogie Bulk Cement Hopper built by Newport Workshops in May 1952, with Australian Cement signage, PTC Open Day.
 
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