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060528 465344 viewsWest Kalgoorlie, AFBF 33069 loaded with nickel kibbles as the examiner tends to the bogie brakes, originally built by WAGR Midland Workshops as WGX type in 1967, re-coded to WGS for superphosphate traffic in 1970, in 1979 to WOAX, then in 1987 converted to WOSF for steel traffic.
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060530 494444 viewsParkeston, AFBF 33121 kibble flat waggon, built by WAGR Midland Workshops in 1969 in a batch of fifty eight WGX type open waggons without end doors, in 1975 to WGN for nickel traffic, back to WGX in 1976, to WOAX, then in 1987 to WOSF for steel traffic, then further cut down to for kibble traffic as seen here.
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060530 494535 viewsParkeston, AFBF 33121 kibble flat waggon, built by WAGR Midland Workshops in 1969 in a batch of fifty eight WGX type open waggons without end doors, in 1975 to WGN for nickel traffic, back to WGX in 1976, to WOAX, then in 1987 to WOSF for steel traffic, then further cut down to for kibble traffic as seen here.
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060530 494638 viewsParkeston, WFB 33213 kibble flat waggon built by WAGR Midland Workshops in 1973 in a final batch of twenty five WGX type open waggons without end doors, in c1975 recoded to WOAX, in 1981 to WGG for gypsum traffic, then in 1987 to WOSF for steel traffic, then further cut down to for kibble traffic as seen here.
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060530 494740 viewsParkeston, WFB 33213 kibble flat waggon built by WAGR Midland Workshops in 1973 in a final batch of twenty five WGX type open waggons without end doors, in c1975 recoded to WOAX, in 1981 to WGG for gypsum traffic, then in 1987 to WOSF for steel traffic, then further cut down to for kibble traffic as seen here.
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070527 922035 viewsWest Kalgoorlie, WOAX 33078 open waggon originally built by WAGR Midland Workshops in a batch of one hundred WG type open waggons in 1966-67, recoded to WGX in 1969, in 1970 converted to WGS type for superphosphate traffic, in 1980 recoded to WOAX.
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070529 932840 viewsWest Kalgoorlie, AOAY 33082, built by WAGR Midland Workshops in 1969 as part of a batch of one hundred WG type open waggons, reclassed as a group in 1969 to WGX, to WGS for superphosphate traffic then in 1981 to WOAX.
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070529 933532 viewsWest Kalgoorlie, AOAY 33082 built by WAGR Midland Workshops in 1969 as part of a batch of one hundred WG type open waggons, reclassed as a group in 1969 to WGX, to WGS for superphosphate traffic then in 1981 to WOAX.
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070608 011638 viewsMidland, AOAY33101W
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100603 885434 viewsWest Kalgoorlie, AOXY 33067, converted to carry nickel matte bulk bags, in WGL traffic. Built by WAGR Midland Workshops in 1969 as part of a batch of one hundred WG type open waggons, reclassed as a group in 1969 to WGX, to WGS for superphosphate traffic then in 1980, in 1988 to WODX, then AOAY type.
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100603 885630 viewsWest Kalgoorlie, AOXY 33101, converted to carry nickel matte bulk bags, in WGL traffic. Built by WAGR Midland Workshops in 1969 as the type leader of a batch of fifty eight WGX type open waggons without end doors, in 1981 to WOAX, then AOAY type.
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100603 885735 viewsWest Kalgoorlie, AOXY 33229, converted to carry nickel matte bulk bags, in WGL traffic. Built by WAGR Midland Workshops in 1973 as part of a batch of twenty five WGX type open waggons, in 1981 to WOAX, then AOAY type.
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100603 886031 viewsWest Kalgoorlie, AOXY 33214, converted to carry nickel matte bulk bags, in WGL traffic. Built by WAGR Midland Workshops in 1973 as part of a batch of twenty five WGX type open waggons, in 1981 to WOAX, then AOAY type.
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100603 886132 viewsWest Kalgoorlie, AOXY 33123, converted to carry nickel matte bulk bags, in WGL traffic. Built by WAGR Midland Workshops in 1969 as part of a batch of fifty eight WGX type open waggons, in 1981 to WOAX, then AOAY type.
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100603 886433 viewsWest Kalgoorlie, AOXY 33082, converted to carry nickel matte bulk bags, in WGL traffic. Built by WAGR Midland Workshops in 1969 as part of a batch of one hundred WG type open waggons, reclassed as a group in 1969 to WGX, to WGS for superphosphate traffic then in 1981 to WOAX, then AOAY type. Image here of it as AOAY in 2007.
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100609 0992530 viewsMidland, AOXY 33104, converted to carry nickel matte bulk bags, in WGL traffic. Built by WAGR Midland Workshops in 1969 as part of a batch of fifty eight WGX type open waggons, in 1981 to WOAX, in 1994 to ROAX, then AOAY type.
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100609 0994933 viewsMidland, AOXY 33221, converted to carry nickel matte bulk bags, in WGL traffic. Built by WAGR Midland Workshops in 1973 as part of a batch of twenty five WGX type open waggons, in 1981 to WOAX, then AOAY type.
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100611 03099 viewsMidland, AOXY 33153, converted to carry nickel matte bulk bags, in WGL traffic. Built by WAGR Midland Workshops in 1969 as part of a batch of fifty eight WGX type open waggons, in 1981 to WOAX, then AOAY type.
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100611 033811 viewsMidland, AOXY open waggon, converted to carry nickel matte bulk bags similar to the WGL type traffic, originally started life as a WGX open from the second batch built by WAGR Midland Workshops between 1969-70.
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100611 03399 viewsMidland, AOXY 33007 open waggon, converted to carry nickel matte bulk bags similar to the WGL type traffic, AOXY 33007 was originally built by WAGR Midland Workshop between 1966-67 as one of a bacth of one hundred, was re-classed to WGS for superphosphate traffic 1969-70.
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