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100602 858832 viewsWOE type iron ore waggon WOE 33379 is one of a batch of one hundred and forty one built by United Group Rail WA between November 2005 and April 2006 with serial number 950142-084 and fleet number 878 for Koolyanobbing iron ore operations, build date 02/2006, revised load to 82.5 tonne and PORTMAN painted out, Binduli 2nd June 2010.
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100602 859032 viewsWOE type iron ore waggon WOE 33292 is one of a batch of thirty five built by United Goninan WA between January and April 2005 with serial number 950104-032 and fleet number 791 for Koolyanobbing iron ore operations, set up as a test car, build date of 04/2005 with a revised load of 82.5 tonnes and PORTMAN painted out, seen here at of Binduli, 2nd June 2010.
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100602 867832 viewsWOE type iron ore waggon WOE 33436 is one of a batch of one hundred and forty one built by United Group Rail WA between November 2005 and April 2006 with serial number 950142-141 and fleet number 8935 for Koolyanobbing iron ore operations with the 8 being an addition as the fleet size has increased beyond 1000 waggons, 82.5 ton capacity and build date of 04/2006 waggon for Portman Mining, now with PORTMAN painted out, West Kalgoorlie 2nd June 2010.
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PD 1285032 viewsWest Kalgoorlie, AOPY 34099 with fleet number 967 and of the drop floor type, one of seventy ex ANR coal waggons rebuilt from AOKF type by Bluebird Engineering SA in service with ARG on Koolyanobbing iron ore trains. They used to be three metres longer and originally built by Metropolitan Cammell Britain as GB type in 1952-55, seen here in a rake with sister waggons.
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PD 1285532 viewsWest Kalgoorlie, AOPY 34078 with fleet number 946, one of seventy ex ANR coal waggons rebuilt from AOKF type by Bluebird Engineering SA in service with ARG on Koolyanobbing iron ore trains. They used to be three metres longer and originally built by Metropolitan Cammell Britain as GB type in 1952-55.
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PD 1285632 viewsWest Kalgoorlie, AOPY 34083 with fleet number 949, one of seventy ex ANR coal waggons rebuilt from AOKF type by Bluebird Engineering SA in service with ARG on Koolyanobbing iron ore trains. They used to be three metres longer and originally built by Metropolitan Cammell Britain as GB type in 1952-55.
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PD 1285932 viewsWest Kalgoorlie, AOPY 34073 with fleet number 935, one of seventy ex ANR coal waggons rebuilt from AOKF type by Bluebird Engineering SA in service with ARG on Koolyanobbing iron ore trains. They used to be three metres longer and originally built by Metropolitan Cammell Britain as GB type in 1952-55.
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PD 1286132 viewsWest Kalgoorlie, AOPY 34098 with fleet number 965 and of the drop floor type, one of seventy ex ANR coal waggons rebuilt from AOKF type by Bluebird Engineering SA in service with ARG on Koolyanobbing iron ore trains. They used to be three metres longer and originally built by Metropolitan Cammell Britain as GB type in 1952-55, seen here in a rake with sister waggons.
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PD 1286232 viewsWest Kalgoorlie, AOPY 32406 with fleet number 934, one of seventy ex ANR coal waggons rebuilt from AOKF type by Bluebird Engineering SA in service with ARG on Koolyanobbing iron ore trains. They used to be three metres longer and originally built by Metropolitan Cammell Britain as GB type in 1952-55, seen here in a rake with sister waggons.
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PD 1286432 viewsWest Kalgoorlie, AOPY 32379 with fleet number 911, one of seventy ex ANR coal waggons rebuilt from AOKF type by Bluebird Engineering SA in service with ARG on Koolyanobbing iron ore trains. They used to be three metres longer and originally built by Metropolitan Cammell Britain as GB type in 1952-55, seen here in a rake with sister waggons.
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PD 1286532 viewsWest Kalgoorlie, AOPY 32408 with fleet number 937, was renumbered to 4906 but the 4 has been removed, one of seventy ex ANR coal waggons rebuilt from AOKF type by Bluebird Engineering SA in service with ARG on Koolyanobbing iron ore trains. They used to be three metres longer and originally built by Metropolitan Cammell Britain as GB type in 1952-55, seen here in a rake with sister waggons.
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060528 443731 viewsWest Kalgoorlie, AOPY 32398, fleet number 4925 with an additional 4 added, one of seventy ex ANR coal waggons rebuilt from AOKF type by Bluebird Engineering SA in service with ARG on Koolyanobbing iron ore trains. They used to be three metres longer and originally built by Metropolitan Cammell Britain as GB type in 1952-55, 28th May 2006.
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060528 444931 viewsWest Kalgoorlie, in the foreground is WQTY type flat waggon WQTY 30337 with freshly white painted side sills, built by Tomlinson Steel in 1970 in a batch of one hundred and sixty one WFX type container waggons, it went to narrow gauge at QWF in 1970 for two years, then WQCX in 1980 and WQTY in 1996, then behind that are AOPY waggons 32401 fleet number 929 and 34095 with fleet number 961 and of the drop floor type, two of seventy ex ANR coal waggons rebuilt from AOKF type by Bluebird Engineering SA in service with ARG on Koolyanobbing iron ore trains. They used to be three metres longer and originally built by Metropolitan Cammell Britain as GB type in 1952-55, 28th May 2006.
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100602 855431 viewsWOE type iron ore waggon WOE 33556 is one of a batch of one hundred and twenty eight built by United Group Rail WA between August 2008 and March 2009 with serial number 950211-096 and fleet number 9049 for Koolyanobbing iron ore operations, seen here west of Binduli, 2nd June 2010.
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100602 855531 viewsWOE type iron ore waggon WOE 31058 is one of a batch of fifteen built by Goninan WA between April and May 2002 with fleet number 644 for Koolyanobbing iron ore operations, with revised load of 82.5 tonne and PORTMAN painted out, seen here west of Binduli, 2nd June 2010.
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100602 857431 viewsWOE type iron ore waggon WOE 33477 is one of a batch of one hundred and twenty eight built by United Group Rail WA between August 2008 and March 2009 with serial number 950211-019 and fleet number 8969 for Koolyanobbing iron ore operations, the 8 being a addition due to fleet size, build date of 09/2008 with a revised load of 82.5 tonnes with an ARG decal applied to the side, seen here west of Binduli, 2nd June 2010.
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100602 858531 viewsWOE type iron ore waggon WOE 33577 is one of a batch of one hundred and twenty eight built by United Group Rail WA between August 2008 and March 2009 with serial number 950211-117 and fleet number 9077 for Koolyanobbing iron ore operations, seen here west of Binduli, 2nd June 2010.
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100602 869931 viewsWO type iron ore waggon WO 31284 is one of a batch of eighty six built by WAGR Midland Workshops between 1967 and March 1968 with fleet number 164 for Koolyanobbing iron ore operations, with a 75 ton and 1018 ft³ capacity, loaded with fines, West Kalgoorlie 2nd June 2010. This unit was converted to WOC for coal in 1986 till 1994 when it was re-classed back to WO.
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100605 932731 viewsWO type iron ore waggon WO 31407 is one of a batch of eleven replacement waggons built by WAGR Midland Workshops between 1970 and 1971 with fleet number 185 for Koolyanobbing iron ore operations, with a 75 ton and 1018 ft³ capacity. This unit was converted to WOC for coal in 1986 till 1994 when it was re-classed back to WO, Binduli Triangle, loaded with fines, 5th June 2010.
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100605 933231 viewsWO type iron ore waggon WO 31207 is one of a batch of eighty six built by WAGR Midland Workshops between 1967 and March 1968 with fleet number 103 for Koolyanobbing iron ore operations, with a 75 ton and 1018 ft.³ capacity, Binduli Triangle, loaded with fines, 5th June 2010. This unit was converted to WOS superphosphate in the late 1980s till 1994 when it was re-classed back to WO.
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