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040627 08005335 viewsNelson Point, fuel tank waggon 0020 82 kL capacity, built by Comeng NSW for BP as RTC 2, last of two such tanks, used on Mt Newman line, unsure when converted to 0020.
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040815 17124615 viewsNelson Point, side view of fuel tank waggon 0020, 82 kilolitre capacity built by Comeng NSW for BP as RTC 2, used by Mount Newman, unsure when converted to 0020.
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040815 17131213 viewsNelson Point, fuel tank waggon 0020, 82 kilolitre capacity built by Comeng NSW for BP as RTC 2, used by Mount Newman, unsure when converted to 0020.
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040815 17131812 viewsNelson Point, view of hand brake end of fuel tank waggon 0020, 82 kilolitre capacity built by Comeng NSW for BP as RTC 2, used by Mount Newman, unsure when converted to 0020.
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040815 17135012 viewsNelson Point, detail view of data placard of fuel tank waggon 0020, 82 kilolitre capacity built by Comeng NSW for BP as RTC 2, used by Mount Newman, unsure when converted to 0020.
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040815 17140610 viewsNelson Point, side view of A end and bogie detail view of fuel tank waggon 0020, 82 kilolitre capacity built by Comeng NSW for BP as RTC 2, used by Mount Newman, unsure when converted to 0020.
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040815 17142012 viewsNelson Point, view of access ladder, brake valve and discharge piping of fuel tank waggon 0020, 82 kilolitre capacity built by Comeng NSW for BP as RTC 2, used by Mount Newman, unsure when converted to 0020.
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040815 17143210 viewsNelson Point, view of brake valve and reservoirs mounting and piping of fuel tank waggon 0020, 82 kilolitre capacity built by Comeng NSW for BP as RTC 2, used by Mount Newman, unsure when converted to 0020.
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040815 17150410 viewsNelson Point, view of hand brake end of fuel tank waggon 0020, 82 kilolitre capacity built by Comeng NSW for BP as RTC 2, used by Mount Newman, unsure when converted to 0020.
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050315 023319 viewsRedbank Bridge, elevated view of empty 116 kL fuel tanks all built by Comeng in both NSW and WA, on the rear of a loaded ore train arriving into Nelson Point yard, waggons include 0018, 0015, 0017, 0012, 0016, 0014, 0013, 0011 and 0010.
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050315 023413 viewsRedbank Bridge, elevated view of empty 116 kL fuel tanks all built by Comeng in both NSW and WA, 0015 in the Earth livery and 0017 and others in the BHP blue and white livery.
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050315 023514 viewsRedbank Bridge, elevated view of empty 116 kL fuel tanks all built by Comeng in both NSW and WA, 0015 in the Earth livery and 0017 and others in the BHP blue and white livery.
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050315 023611 viewsRedbank Bridge, elevated view of empty 116 kL fuel tanks all built by Comeng in both NSW and WA, 0017 and 0012 and others in the BHP blue and white livery.
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050315 023712 viewsRedbank Bridge, elevated view of empty 116 kL fuel tanks all built by Comeng in both NSW and WA, 0012 and 0016 and others in the BHP blue and white livery.
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050315 023811 viewsRedbank Bridge, elevated view of empty 116 kL fuel tanks all built by Comeng in both NSW and WA, 0016 and 0014 and others in the BHP blue and white livery.
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050315 023911 viewsRedbank Bridge, elevated view of empty 116 kL fuel tanks all built by Comeng in both NSW and WA, 0014 and 0013 and others in the BHP blue and white livery.
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050315 024010 viewsRedbank Bridge, elevated view of empty 116 kL fuel tanks all built by Comeng in both NSW and WA, 0013 and others in the BHP blue and white livery.
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050315 02419 viewsRedbank Bridge, elevated view of empty 116 kL fuel tanks all built by Comeng in both NSW and WA, 0011 and others in the BHP blue and white livery.
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050315 024211 viewsRedbank Bridge, elevated view of empty 116 kL fuel tanks all built by Comeng in both NSW and WA, 0010 and others in the BHP blue and white livery.
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050410 053610 viewsNelson Point, tanker filling area, fuel tank waggon 0018, a Comeng WA built 114 kilolitre tank waggon, one of a batch of three built in 1974-75 wearing the newer corporate 'Earth' livery of BHP Billiton Iron Ore.
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