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050110 175330r253 viewsHarding Siding, Robe River ore waggon 730 built by Tomlinson Steel Perth in 1982 is one of a few waggons that runs permanently coupled to another waggon. Unlike the Hamersley Iron system married pairs, the Robe fleet each have their own brake system and are coupled by a length of round bar as the Cape Lambert dumper only dumps one waggon at a time. Monday 10th January 2005.
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060429 372813 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 373415 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 373514 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 373614 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 373715 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 373820 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 373914 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 375411 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 375612 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 375712 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 37589 viewsFlash Butt yard, Pony re-laying waggon, builders plate 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 375910 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 37629 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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060527 409648 viewsScotia, AQCY 30348 container waggon, originally built by Tomlinson Steel WA as WFX type in 1970 from a batch of one hundred and sixty one waggons, to narrow gauge as QWF type in 1970, back to SG in 1972 as WFX, recoded in 1979 to WQCX type. With two COR type nickel residue containers with modified tops, COR 5818 and another.
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060527 411843 viewsScotia, AQCY 30390 container waggon, originally built by Tomlinson Steel WA as WFX type in 1970 from a batch of one hundred and sixty one waggons, recoded to WQCX type in 1980 with three 20' containers.
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060527 412952 viewsScotia, WQTY 30419 flat waggon, originally built by Tomlinson Steel WA as WFX type in 1970 from a batch of one hundred and sixty one waggons, recoded to WQCX type in 1980, then WQC type before recoded back the WQCX in 1982, then current code in 1996. Seen here carrying six loaded nickel ore kibbles.
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060527 413248 viewsScotia, AFAF 30461 flat waggon, originally built by Tomlinson Steel WA as WFX type in 1970 as the final member of one hundred and sixty one waggons, recoded to WQCX type in 1981. Seen here carrying six loaded nickel ore kibbles.
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060527 413344 viewsScotia, AFAF 30456 flat waggon, originally built by Tomlinson Steel WA as WFX type in 1970 from a batch of one hundred and sixty one waggons, recoded to WQCX type in 1980. Seen here carrying six loaded nickel ore kibbles.
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060527 413446 viewsScotia, AFAF 30405 flat waggon, originally built by Tomlinson Steel WA as WFX type in 1970 from a batch of one hundred and sixty one waggons, recoded to WQCX type in 1980. Seen here carrying six loaded nickel ore kibbles.
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