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130703 019950 viewsTooligie, HBN type dual use ballast / grain hopper waggons, HBN 11 still with side gangways in place. One of seventeen built by South Australian Railways Islington Workshops in 1968 with a 25 ton capacity, increased to 34 tons in 1974. HBN 1-11 fitted with removable tops and roll-top hatches in 1999-2000.
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130703 026543 viewsKaldow, HBN type dual use ballast / grain hopper waggons, HBN 11 still with side gangways in place. One of seventeen built by South Australian Railways Islington Workshops in 1968 with a 25 ton capacity, increased to 34 tons in 1974. HBN 1-11 fitted with removable tops and roll-top hatches in 1999-2000.
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130705 057545 viewsLock, HBN type dual use ballast / grain hopper waggons, HBN 11 still with side gangways in place. One of seventeen built by South Australian Railways Islington Workshops in 1968 with a 25 ton capacity, increased to 34 tons in 1974. HBN 1-11 fitted with removable tops and roll-top hatches in 1999-2000. 5th July 2013.
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130705 066336 viewsLock, HBN type dual use ballast / grain hopper waggons, HBN 11 still with side gangways in place. One of seventeen built by South Australian Railways Islington Workshops in 1968 with a 25 ton capacity, increased to 34 tons in 1974. HBN 1-11 fitted with removable tops and roll-top hatches in 1999-2000. 5th July 2013.
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130705 066446 viewsLock, HBN type dual use ballast / grain hopper waggons, HBN 11 still with side gangways in place. One of seventeen built by South Australian Railways Islington Workshops in 1968 with a 25 ton capacity, increased to 34 tons in 1974. HBN 1-11 fitted with removable tops and roll-top hatches in 1999-2000. 5th July 2013.
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130705 066574 viewsLock, HBN type dual use ballast / grain hopper waggons, HBN 11 still with side gangways in place. One of seventeen built by South Australian Railways Islington Workshops in 1968 with a 25 ton capacity, increased to 34 tons in 1974. HBN 1-11 fitted with removable tops and roll-top hatches in 1999-2000. 5th July 2013.
   
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