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122-01206 viewsMorwell Industrial Estate siding, V/Line VTBA type bogie bitumen waggon VTBA 364, transfer trailer. VTBA 364 started life as OT type OT 364 built in August 1953 by Tulloch Ltd NSW as one of six 10,000 gallon (45.46 kL) Mobil bitumen tankers, recoded to TW 364 in October 1961, then in November 1979 to VTBA by Ballarat North Workshops.
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143-10143 viewsWangaratta, down Wahgunyah Special 'Stringybark Express' mixed train with WT class four wheel water tank waggon WT 236, L class four wheel sheep waggon and U class four wheel louvre van. WT 236 was converted from Newport Workshops built OT 39 by Victorian Railways Bendigo Workshops in November 1962. OT 39 was originally built in April 1926.
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160-19161 viewsShepparton, V/Line broad gauge VTQY type bogie fuel tank waggon VTQY 91 on the stabled down fuel train, note the disc and spoke wheel sets on the RHS bogie, this tank waggon was built by Victorian Railways Newport Workshops in April 1928, coded to TWF in 1961 then to VTQY in November 1981.
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184-04146 viewsAlbury station yard, broad gauge roads on the west side of the yard, through standard gauge running lines behind, V/Line VTQF type bogie fuel tank waggons VTQF 120 and VTQF 122. Both waggons built new at Newport Workshops as OT type tank waggons in May and March 1929, both to TWF in October 1961, then 120 recoded to VTQY in September 1979 and 122 to VTQY in April 1980, then in 1987/88 VTQY were recoded to VTQF.
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184-05149 viewsAlbury station yard, broad gauge road on the west side of the yard, through standard gauge running lines on the right, roof detail of V/Line VTQF type bogie fuel tank waggons VTQF 120 and VTQF 122, goods shed behind, standard gauge track on right, on the left it used to have a broad gauge connection. Both waggons built new at Newport Workshops as OT type tank waggons in May and March 1929, both to TWF in October 1961, then 120 recoded to VTQY in September 1979 and 122 to VTQY in April 1980, then in 1987/88 VTQY were recoded to VTQF.
     
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