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070530 959169 viewsWOB type iron ore waggon WOB 31400 is one of a batch of twenty five built by Comeng WA between 1974 and 1975 and converted from Mt Newman high sided waggons by WAGR Midland Workshops with a capacity of 67 tons with fleet number 324 for Koolyanobbing iron ore operations, but purchased by WAGR. This waggon is one of the 15 converted to WSM type ballast hoppers by re-fitting the removed top section of the body and fitting bottom discharge doors, converted back to WOB in 1998. The angled lines from this conversion are still visible. Loaded train at Binduli, 30th May 2007.
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100605 933467 viewsWOC type iron ore waggon WOC 31360 is one of a batch of thirty built by Goninan WA between October 1997 to January 1998 with fleet number 420 for Koolyanobbing iron ore operations with a 75 ton capacity and lettered for KIPL, Koolyanobbing Iron Pty Ltd, with the non-handbrake end repainted, seen here loaded with fines ore, Binduli, 5th June 2010.
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100729 0149066 viewsWOB type iron ore waggon WOB 31400 is one of a batch of twenty five built by Comeng WA between 1974 and 1975 and converted from Mt Newman high sided waggons by WAGR Midland Workshops with a capacity of 67 tons with fleet number 324 for Koolyanobbing iron ore operations. This waggon was also converted to a WSM type ballast hopper by re-fitting the cut down top section and having bottom discharge doors fitted, converted back to WOB in 1998, on a loaded train at Binduli, 29th July 2010.
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100602 853863 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, seen here loaded with fines west of Binduli, 2nd June 2010.
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060528 442860 viewsWest Kalgoorlie yard, AOPY 32393, fleet number 926, 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 457658 viewsWOB type iron ore waggon WOB 31378 is one of a batch of twenty five built by Comeng WA between 1974 and 1975 and converted from Mt Newman high sided waggons by WAGR Midland Workshops with a capacity of 67 tons with fleet number 303 for Koolyanobbing iron ore operations., seen here at Bonnie Vale loaded with fines, 28th May 2006.
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060528 442657 viewsWest Kalgoorlie yard, AOPY 34100, fleet number 966, 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 442757 viewsWest Kalgoorlie yard, AOPY 32405, fleet number 939, 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 442555 viewsWest Kalgoorlie yard, AOPY 34085, fleet number 952, 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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070527 926355 viewsWOC type iron ore waggon WOC 31346 is one of a batch of thirty built by Goninan WA between October 1997 to January 1998 with fleet number 406 for Koolyanobbing iron ore operations with a 75 ton capacity and lettered for KIPL, Koolyanobbing Iron Pty Ltd, part of an empty train at Binduli, 27th May 2007.
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060530 497053 viewsWOB type iron ore waggon WOB 31395 is one of a batch of twenty five built by Comeng WA between 1974 and 1975 and converted from Mt Newman high sided waggons by WAGR Midland Workshops with a capacity of 67 tons with fleet number 325 for Koolyanobbing iron ore operations. This waggon was also converted to a WSM type ballast hopper by re-fitting the cut down top section and having bottom discharge doors fitted, converted back to WOB in 1997, and this is the first one to be repainted in ARG yellow, loaded with lump ore, Binduli 30th May 2006.
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060530 497153 viewsWOB type iron ore waggon WOB 31395 is one of a batch of twenty five built by Comeng WA between 1974 and 1975 and converted from Mt Newman high sided waggons by WAGR Midland Workshops with a capacity of 67 tons with fleet number 325 for Koolyanobbing iron ore operations. This waggon was also converted to a WSM type ballast hopper by re-fitting the cut down top section and having bottom discharge doors fitted, converted back to WOB in 1997, and later converted to a WSM type ballast hopper, then back to its current guise, and this is the first one to be repainted in ARG yellow, shows capacity of 32M³, loaded with lump ore, Binduli 30th May 2006.
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060528 457852 viewsWOB type iron ore waggon WOB 31378 is one of a batch of twenty five built by Comeng WA between 1974 and 1975 and converted from Mt Newman high sided waggons by WAGR Midland Workshops with a capacity of 67 tons with fleet number 303 for Koolyanobbing iron ore operations, seen here at Bonnie Vale loaded with fines, 28th May 2006.
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060528 458251 viewsWOB type iron ore waggon WOB 31379 is one of a batch of twenty five built by Comeng WA between 1974 and 1975 and converted from Mt Newman high sided waggons by WAGR Midland Workshops with a capacity of 67 tons with fleet number 304 for Koolyanobbing iron ore operations, the WAGR and Comeng builders plates are visible in the waggon sill, seen here at Bonnie Vale loaded with fines, 28th May 2006.
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060530 496951 viewsWOB type iron ore waggon WOB 31395 is one of a batch of twenty five built by Comeng WA between 1974 and 1975 and converted from Mt Newman high sided waggons by WAGR Midland Workshops with a capacity of 67 tons with fleet number 325 for Koolyanobbing iron ore operations. This waggon was also converted to a WSM type ballast hopper by re-fitting the cut down top section and having bottom discharge doors fitted, converted back to WOB in 1997. This is the first one to be repainted in ARG yellow, shows capacity of 32M³, loaded with lump ore at Binduli, 30th May 2006.
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060528 458151 viewsWOB type iron ore waggon WOB 31379 is one of a batch of twenty five built by Comeng WA between 1974 and 1975 and converted from Mt Newman high sided waggons by WAGR Midland Workshops with a capacity of 67 tons with fleet number 304 for Koolyanobbing iron ore operations, seen here at Bonnie Vale loaded with fines, 28th May 2006.
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060528 457751 viewsWOB type iron ore waggon WOB 31378 is one of a batch of twenty five built by Comeng WA between 1974 and 1975 and converted from Mt Newman high sided waggons by WAGR Midland Workshops with a capacity of 67 tons with fleet number 303 for Koolyanobbing iron ore operations , seen here at Bonnie Vale loaded with fines, 28th May 2006.
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060528 458450 viewsWOB type iron ore waggon WOB 31392 is one of a batch of twenty five built by Comeng WA between 1974 and 1975 and converted from Mt Newman high sided waggons by WAGR Midland Workshops with a capacity of 67 tons with fleet number 317 for Koolyanobbing iron ore operations, then the top section re-fitted and converted to a WSM ballast hopper, then converted back to a WOB by WAGR Midland Workshops. It was originally numbered 31391 by WAGR, seen here loaded with fines at Bonnie Vale, 28th May 2006.
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100602 854350 viewsWOB type iron ore waggon WOB 31378 is one of a batch of twenty five built by Comeng WA between 1974 and 1975 and converted from Mt Newman high sided waggons by WAGR Midland Workshops with a capacity of 67 tons with fleet number 303 for Koolyanobbing iron ore operations, seen here west of Binduli, 2nd June 2010.
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070530 959249 viewsWOB type iron ore waggon WOB 31380 is one of a batch of twenty five built by Comeng WA between 1974 and 1975 and converted from Mt Newman high sided waggons by WAGR Midland Workshops with a capacity of 67 tons with fleet number 305 for Koolyanobbing iron ore operations on a loaded train at Binduli, 30th May 2007.
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