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060117 271039 viewsBardoc, Q 317 leads the loaded Malcolm freighter train 2029 with an AQCY type container waggon with nickel residue container COR 5727. The AQCY type waggons were built by WAGR Midland workshops as WFX type between 1969 and 1974.
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060117 271139 viewsBardoc, Q 317 leads the loaded Malcolm freighter train 2029, AQCY type container waggon with nickel residue container COR 5727. The AQCY type waggons were built by WAGR Midland workshops as WFX type between 1969 and 1974.
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060117 271235 viewsBardoc, Q 317 leads the loaded Malcolm freighter train 2029, AQCY type container waggon with nickel residue container COR 5727. The AQCY type waggons were built by WAGR Midland workshops as WFX class between 1969 and 1974.
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060117 271931 viewsBardoc, AQCY 30230 container waggon, originally built by WAGR Midland workshops in 1974 as WFX type, recoded to WQCX in 1980, with three 20' containers, Royal Wolf box, a Titan tanktainer and a Cronos box.
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060527 409634 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 409739 viewsScotia, AQCY 30214 container waggon, originally one of forty five built by WAGR Midland workshops in 1974 as WFX type, to WQCX in 1980. Carrying two COR type nickel residue containers with modified tops, COR 5885 and another.
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060527 411833 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 412938 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 413039 viewsScotia, AQCY 30219 flat waggon, one of forty five waggons built by WAGR Midland workshops in 1974 as WFX type, recoded in 1979 to WQCX. Here carrying six loaded nickel ore kibbles.
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060527 413233 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 413331 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 413431 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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060527 413533 viewsScotia, WQTY 30304 flat waggon, originally built by Tomlinson Steel WA as WFX type in 1969 from a batch of one hundred and sixty one waggons, recoded to WQCX type in 1979, then to RQHX in 1994, to current code in 1996. Seen here carrying six loaded nickel ore kibbles.
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060527 413630 viewsScotia, WQTY 30309 flat waggon, originally built by Tomlinson Steel WA as WFX type in 1969 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 1981, then to RQHX in 1994, to current code in 1996. Seen here carrying six loaded nickel ore kibbles.
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060527 413734 viewsScotia, AQCY 30432 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 1979. Seen here carrying six loaded nickel ore kibbles.
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060527 413833 viewsScotia, AQCY 30233 flat waggon, one of forty five waggons built by WAGR Midland workshops in 1974 as WFX type, recoded in 1981 to WQCX. Here carrying six loaded nickel ore kibbles and the end of train marker.
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060528 442034 viewsWest Kalgoorlie, AQCY 30308 here in barrier waggon service on an acid consist, originally built by Tomlinson Steel in 1970 as one of 161 units built as WFX type container waggon. Re-coded to WQCX in 1980 then WQTY in 1996.
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060528 442131 viewsWest Kalgoorlie, AQCY 30308 here in barrier waggon service on an acid consist, originally built by Tomlinson Steel in 1970 as one of 161 units built as WFX type container waggon. Re-coded to WQCX in 1980 then WQTY in 1996.
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060528 444926 viewsWest Kalgoorlie yard, in the foreground is WQTY type flat waggon WQTY 30337 with freshly white painted side sills, built by Tomlinson Steel in 1970 in a batch of one hundred and sixty one WFX type continaer waggons, it went to narrow gauge at QWF in 1970 for two years, then WQCX in 1980 and WQTY in 1996, then behind that are AOPY waggons 32401 fleet number 929 and 34095 with fleet number 961 and of the drop floor type, two of seventy ex ANR coal waggons rebuilt from AOKF type by Bluebird Engineering SA in service with ARG on Koolyanobbing iron ore trains. They used to be three metres longer and originally built by Metropolitan Cammell Britain as GB type in 1952-55, 28th May 2006.
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060528 444936 viewsWest Kalgoorlie, WQTY 30337 built by Tomlinson Steel WA in a batch of one hundred and sixty one WFX type container flat waggons, from 1970 it spent a couple of years on the narrow gauge as QWF type. In 1980 re-coded to WQCX and then in 1996 to WQTY.
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