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030406 11570247 viewsPort Lincoln, derailment damaged HCN type bogie wheat waggon HCN 18, modified at Islington Workshops in 1978-80 which started life as a Tulloch built NHB type iron ore hopper for the CR on the North Australia Railway in 1968-69. It was scrapped in May 2003, not long after this image was taken. 6th April 2003.
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030406 11574669 viewsPort Lincoln, derailment damaged HCN type bogie wheat waggon HCN 3, modified at Islington Workshops in 1978-80 which started life as a Tulloch built NHB type iron ore hopper for the CR on the North Australia Railway in 1968-69. 6th April 2003.
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030407 082440103 viewsWudinna, detail view of HCN type bogie wheat waggon HCN 31, modified at Islington Workshops in 1978-80 which started life as a Tulloch built NHB type iron ore hopper for the CR on the North Australia Railway in 1968-69, showing a spoke wheel and disc wheel sets in the bogie. 7th April 2003.
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030407 082655112 viewsWudinna, view looking south as the empty rake of bogie grain waggons is shunted into the siding for loading, showing HAN and HCN types of bogie grain hoppers. Concrete SACBH grain complex. 7th April 2003.
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030407 082709103 viewsWudinna, view looking south as the empty rake of bogie grain waggons is shunted into the siding for loading, showing HAN and HCN types of bogie grain hoppers. Concrete SACBH grain complex, horizontal grain bunker can be made out on the left. 7th April 2003.
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030407 10060645 viewsMinnipa, empty grain train bogie grain waggons, HCN type bogie wheat waggon HCN 22 and HCN 21, modified at Islington Workshops in 1978-80 which started life as a Tulloch built NHB type iron ore hopper for the CR on the North Australia Railway in 1968-69 with SAR Islington Workshops built HAN type bogie wheat waggon, HAN 41. 7th April, 2003.
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030407 10551744 viewsPoochera, track view and side view of HCN type bogie wheat waggon HCN 36, modified at Islington Workshops in 1978-80 which started life as a Tulloch built NHB type iron ore hopper for the CR on the North Australia Railway in 1968-69, showing the roll top covers. 7th April 2003.
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060109 214977 viewsWannamana, view looking towards the front of the train along a string of seven HCN type bogie wheat waggons, modified at Islington Workshops in 1978-80 which started life as a Tulloch built NHB type iron ore hopper for the CR on the North Australia Railway in 1968-69, an SAR built HAN type HAN 16 is following them on the curve. 9th January 2006.
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060111 235115 viewsKyancutta, HCN type bogie wheat waggon HCN 3 shows signs of new panel work, was modified at Islington Workshops in 1978-80 and started life as a Tulloch built NHB type iron ore hopper for the CR on the North Australia Railway in 1968-69, and an SAR built HAN type HAN 13 part of an empty grain train. 11th January 2006.
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060528 4508 ATDY502W49 viewsWest Kalgoorlie, ATDY 502 fuel tanker, originally built by Tulloch Ltd NSW 1969 for Mobil as WJD type, to BP in 1985, 92.87 kL capacity.
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060528 4510 ATDY502W38 viewsWest Kalgoorlie, ATDY 502 fuel tanker, originally built by Tulloch Ltd NSW 1969 for Mobil as WJD type, to BP in 1985, 92.87 kL capacity, handbrake end.
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060528 4645 ATMF551E48 viewsWest Kalgoorlie, ATMF 551 fuel tank waggon, one of three built by Tulloch Limited NSW as WJM type in 1971 with a capacity of 96.25 kL one compartment one dome, current capacity of 80500 litres. 551 and 552 for Shell and 553 for BP Oil.
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060528 4646 ATMF552N47 viewsWest Kalgoorlie, ATMF 552 fuel tank waggon, one of three built by Tulloch Limited NSW as WJM type in 1971 with a capacity of 96.25 kL one compartment one dome, current capacity of 80500 litres. 551 and 552 for Shell and 553 for BP Oil.
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060528 464741 viewsWest Kalgoorlie, ATMF 552 fuel tank waggon, one of three built by Tulloch Limited NSW as WJM type in 1971 with a capacity of 96.25 kL one compartment one dome, current capacity of 80500 litres. 551 and 552 for Shell and 553 for BP Oil.
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060528 465443 viewsWest Kalgoorlie, ATMF 551 fuel tank waggon, one of three built by Tulloch Limited NSW as WJM type in 1971 with a capacity of 96.25 kL one compartment one dome, current capacity of 80500 litres. 551 and 552 for Shell and 553 for BP Oil.
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060528 465543 viewsWest Kalgoorlie, ATMF 551 fuel tank waggon, one of three built by Tulloch Limited NSW as WJM type in 1971 with a capacity of 96.25 kL one compartment one dome, current capacity of 80500 litres. 551 and 552 for Shell and 553 for BP Oil.
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060528 465646 viewsWest Kalgoorlie, ATMF 551 fuel tank waggon, one of three built by Tulloch Limited NSW as WJM type in 1971 with a capacity of 96.25 kL one compartment one dome, current capacity of 80500 litres. 551 and 552 for Shell and 553 for BP Oil.
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060603 5253 WJKY516U41 viewsMidland, WJKY 516 fuel tank waggon built by Tulloch Ltd NSW in 1971 with along with sister 515 for BP Oil as WJK type 93,000 litres three compartment and three domes, recoded to WJKY.
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060603 5255 ATKY545K44 viewsMidland, ATKY 545, built by Tulloch Ltd NSW for ESSO Australia 1975 as a WJK type capacity of 105000 litres, sold to BP Oil in 1986, current capacity is probably 80500 litres in line with the rest of the fleet.
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060603 5264 ATKY541U39 viewsMidland, ATKY 541 fuel tank waggon originally built for H C Sleigh (Golden Fleece) in 1975 by Tulloch Ltd NSW as WJK type. Capacity now of 73000 litres in service with Caltex.
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