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030407 082409257 viewsWudinna, former Australian National narrow gauge ENHG type bogie grain waggon ENHG 6, originally built by Moore Road Ind, Victoria as NB type NB 1444 ballast hopper for the NAR, then to standard gauge in 1975 as BA type BA 1536, to EP July 1984, recoded to ENHT type ENHT 11 in 1985 and further rebuilt forming one half of ENHG type grain waggon in August 1986. The conversion involved splicing 2 AHTY-ENHT type waggons together at Port Lincoln Workshops. 7th April 2003.
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030409 084713108 viewsKyancutta, XNW type bogie grain hopper waggon XNW 12 on the rear of a string of twelve such waggons, Comeng Qld built XNG type bogie waggon for Norseman Goldmines NL, then WAGR owned and coded XNA then in 1994 converted to XNW grain waggons. They arrived on the Eyre Peninsula system from 2001.
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030409 084719105 viewsKyancutta, XNW type bogie grain hopper waggon XNW 12 on the rear of a string of twelve such waggons, Comeng Qld built XNG type bogie waggon for Norseman Goldmines NL, then WAGR owned and coded XNA then in 1994 converted to XNW grain waggons. They arrived on the Eyre Peninsula system from 2001.
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060109 214684 viewsWannamana, trailing view of former Australian National narrow gauge ENHG type bogie grain waggon ENHG 2, originally built by Moore Road Ind, Victoria as NB type NB 1395 ballast hopper for the NAR, then to standard gauge in 1975 as BA type BA 1539, recoded to AHTY in 1980, to EP April 1984, recoded to NHG type NHG 5 in May 1984, then again to ENHT type ENHT 5 in March 1985 and further rebuilt forming one half of ENHG type grain waggon in August 1986. The conversion involved splicing two AHTY-ENHT type waggons together at Port Lincoln workshops, part of an empty train on the curve. 9th January 2006.
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060109 214767 viewsWannamana, former Australian National narrow gauge ENHG type bogie grain waggon ENHG 6, originally built by Moore Road Ind, Victoria as NB type NB 1444 ballast hopper for the NAR, then to standard gauge in 1975 as BA type BA 1536, to EP July 1984, recoded to ENHT type ENHT 11 in 1985 and further rebuilt forming one half of ENHG type grain waggon in August 1986. The conversion involved splicing 2 AHTY-ENHT type waggons together at Port Lincoln workshops, roll top cover visible, part of an empty train on the curve. 9th January 2006.
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060109 214868 viewsWannamana, former Australian National narrow gauge ENHG type bogie grain waggon ENHG 6, originally built by Moore Road Ind, Victoria as NB type NB 1444 ballast hopper for the NAR, then to standard gauge in 1975 as BA type BA 1536, to EP July 1984, recoded to ENHT type ENHT 11 in 1985 and further rebuilt forming one half of ENHG type grain waggon in August 1986. The conversion involved splicing 2 AHTY-ENHT type waggons together at Port Lincoln workshops, with an HCN type HCN 36 behind it, part of an empty train on the curve. 9th January 2006.
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060111 235251 viewsKyancutta, former Australian National narrow gauge ENHG type bogie grain waggon ENHG 3, originally built by Moore Road Ind, Victoria as NB type NB 1398 ballast hopper for the NAR, then to standard gauge in 1975 as BA type BA 1540, recoded to AHTY in 1980, to EP April 1984, recoded to NHG type NHG 6 in May 1984, then again to ENHT type ENHT 6 in March 1985 and further rebuilt forming one half of ENHG type grain waggon in August 1986. The conversion involved splicing two AHTY-ENHT type waggons together at Port Lincoln workshops, roll top cover visible, part of an empty train. 11th January 2006.
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060111 235351 viewsKyancutta, this shot shows three of the types of waggon used, former Australian National narrow gauge ENHG type bogie grain waggon ENHG 3, originally built by Moore Road Ind, Victoria as NB type NB 1398 ballast hopper for the NAR, then to standard gauge in 1975 as BA type BA 1540, recoded to AHTY in 1980, to EP April 1984, recoded to NHG type NHG 6 in May 1984, then again to ENHT type ENHT 6 in March 1985 and further rebuilt forming one half of ENHG type grain waggon in August 1986. The conversion involved splicing two AHTY-ENHT type waggons together at Port Lincoln workshops, an HCN type HCN 4, 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 as they are shunted back into the grain siding for loading. 11th January 2006.
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060111 235455 viewsKyancutta, this shot shows three of the types of waggon used, former Australian National narrow gauge ENHG type bogie grain waggon ENHG 3, originally built by Moore Road Ind, Victoria as NB type NB 1398 ballast hopper for the NAR, then to standard gauge in 1975 as BA type BA 1540, recoded to AHTY in 1980, to EP April 1984, recoded to NHG type NHG 6 in May 1984, then again to ENHT type ENHT 6 in March 1985 and further rebuilt forming one half of ENHG type grain waggon in August 1986. The conversion involved splicing two AHTY-ENHT type waggons together at Port Lincoln workshops, an HCN type HCN 4 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 as they are shunted back into the grain siding for loading. 11th January 2006.
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060528 4439110 viewsWest Kalgoorlie, AFBF 33178 in kibble service, originally built by WAGR Midland Workshops in 1970 as WGX type open waggon, re-coded for gypsum traffic in 1980 at WGG type, then in 1987 converted to steel carrying traffic as WOSF type.
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060530 494690 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 494790 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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060603 5271 ATGY512Q87 viewsMidland, ATGY 512 fuel tank waggon built by Tulloch Ltd NSW in 1970 for BP Oil with 511 as WJG types, 96,000 litres one compartment two domes.
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070529 932897 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 933593 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 010891 viewsMidland, ATGY 512 fuel tank waggon built by Tulloch Ltd NSW in 1970 for BP Oil with 511 as WJG types, 96,000 litres one compartment two domes.
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070609 019889 viewsMidland, ATGY 511 fuel tank waggon built by Tulloch Ltd NSW in 1970 for BP Oil with 512 as WJG types, 96,000 litres one compartment two domes.
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100603 886487 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 1000750 viewsMidland, ATGY 512 fuel tank waggon built by Tulloch Ltd NSW in 1970 for BP Oil with 511 as WJG types, 96,000 litres one compartment two domes.
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100611 038244 viewsMidland, ATGY 512 fuel tank waggon built by Tulloch Ltd NSW for BP Oil with 511 as WJG types, 96,000 litres one compartment two domes.
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