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198-04157 viewsWittenoom, Colonial Mine, asbestos mining remains, view of driving position, throttle and battery box of battery locomotive GEMCO Hauler serial 12304-05/10/65, motor H.P. 2/11, volts 80, drawbar pull (lbs.) 1250 built by George Moss Pty Ltd Leederville, WA. The wheel is the handbrake.
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198-01121 viewsWittenoom, Colonial Mine, asbestos mining remains, rear view of battery box and battery locomotive GEMCO Hauler serial 12304-05/10/65, motor H.P. 2/11, volts 80, drawbar pull (lbs.) 1250 built by George Moss Pty Ltd Leederville, WA.
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198-15112 viewsPort Hedland Port, view of the Cargill Salt berth and loader, or PHPA Berth No. 3, in this 2001 view, the then new bulker loader is under construction and manganese is stockpiled on the ground. The BHP Finucane Island berth is visible along with the overland conveyor for the HBI plant.
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198-06105 viewsWittenoom, Colonial Mine, asbestos mining remains, line up of two Mancha locomotives and the Gemco, then an English Electric unit. The compressor and water treatment plant is beside the locos, In the distance is the demolished locomotive changing and maintenance shed and underground offices and lamp room.
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198-05104 viewsWittenoom, Colonial Mine, asbestos mining remains, front view of throttle control box, battery box and wheel and brake arrangement of battery locomotive GEMCO Hauler serial 12304-05/10/65, motor H.P. 2/11, volts 80, drawbar pull (lbs.) 1250 built by George Moss Pty Ltd Leederville, WA.
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198-10104 viewsWittenoom Gorge, Crossing Pool.
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198-08103 viewsWittenoom, Colonial Mine, asbestos mining remains, line up of two Mancha locomotives and the Gemco, then an English Electric. In the background is the demolished locomotive changing and maintenance shed. The building on the right is the compressor and water treatment plant sheds, the lead unit has Wittenoom Exprss stencilled on the battery box, this unit now resides at the Pilbara Railways Historical Society 6 Mile Museum located near the Rio Tinto 7 Mile complex at Dampier.
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198-02102 viewsWittenoom, Colonial Mine, asbestos mining remains, rear view of battery box and battery locomotive GEMCO Hauler serial 12304-05/10/65, motor H.P. 2/11, volts 80, drawbar pull (lbs.) 1250 built by George Moss Pty Ltd Leederville, WA.
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198-07101 viewsWittenoom, Colonial Mine, asbestos mining remains, line up of two Mancha locomotives and the Gemco, then an English Electric. In the background is the demolished locomotive changing and maintenance shed. The building on the right is the compressor and water treatment plant sheds, the lead unit has Wittenoom Exprss stencilled on the battery box, this unit now resides at the Pilbara Railways Historical Society near the 7 Mile complex in Dampier.
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198-0999 viewsWittenoom, Colonial Mine, asbestos mining remains, view of driving position, reverser and throttle, brake wheel, timber seat, battery plug and battery box of battery locomotive GEMCO Hauler serial 12304-05/10/65, motor H.P. 2/11, volts 80, drawbar pull (lbs.) 1250 built by George Moss Pty Ltd Leederville, WA.
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198-0397 viewsWittenoom, Colonial Mine, asbestos mining remains, view of driving position, throttle and battery box of battery locomotive GEMCO Hauler serial No. 12304-05/10/65, motor H.P. 2/11, volts 80, drawbar pull (lbs.) 1250 built by George Moss Pty Ltd Leederville, WA. The wheel is the handbrake.
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198-1297 viewsWittenoom Gorge, Crossing Pool.
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198-1196 viewsWittenoom Gorge, Crossing Pool.
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198-1395 viewsWittenoom Gorge, Crossing Pool, looking north east towards Cathedral Pool.
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198-1693 viewsPort Hedland Port, view of the Cargill Salt berth and loader, or PHPA Berth No. 3, in this 2001 view, the then new bulker loader is under construction and manganese is stockpiled on the ground. The BHP Finucane Island berth is visible along with the overland conveyor for the HBI plant.
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198-1792 viewsPort Hedland Port, view of the Cargill Salt berth and loader, or PHPA Berth No. 3, in this 2001 view, the then new bulker loader is under construction and manganese is stockpiled on the ground. The BHP Finucane Island berth is visible along with the overland conveyor for the HBI plant.
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198-1985 viewsPort Hedland Port, view of the Cargill Salt berth and loader, or PHPA Berth No. 3, in this 2001 view, the then new bulker loader is under construction and manganese is stockpiled on the ground. The BHP Finucane Island berth is visible along with the overland conveyor for the HBI plant.
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198-2183 viewsPort Hedland Port, view of the Cargill Salt berth and loader, or PHPA Berth No. 3, in this 2001 view, manganese is stockpiled on the ground. The BHP Finucane Island berth is visible along with the portal for the under-harbour tunnel and overland conveyor for the HBI plant.
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198-1878 viewsPort Hedland Port, view of the Cargill Salt berth and loader, or PHPA Berth No. 3, in this 2001 view, the then new bulker loader is under construction and manganese is stockpiled on the ground. The BHP Finucane Island berth is visible along with the overland conveyor for the HBI plant.
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198-2078 viewsPort Hedland Port, view of the Cargill Salt berth and loader, or PHPA Berth No. 3, in this 2001 view, the then new bulker loader is under construction and manganese is stockpiled on the ground. The BHP Finucane Island berth is visible along with the overland conveyor for the HBI plant.
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