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230-1059 viewsYandi Two balloon loop, empty car line, mid-train remote units side view, two Goninan GE CM40-8M rebuilds from different ALCo builders. 5657 'Fukuyama' serial 8412-02/94-148 is from Comeng ALCo M636 unit 5492 while 5639 'Corunna Downs' serial 8281-03/92-128 is from an AE Goodwin ALCo C636 unit 5459. Geodata -22.713725, 119.055762 .
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230-1945 viewsYandi Two load-out tunnel exit side portal, Goninan rebuild GE CM40-8M model 5654 'Kashima' serial 8412-11/93-145 leads a loading train 1.2 km/h. The ore stockpile and pedestal stacker are visible. The pipe and fan are for the dust extraction system. The livery is the marigold version of the BHP Australia logo. Geodata -22.718338, 119.039909 .
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230-0741 viewsYandi Two switch looking east with the Three Sisters forming the background. Empty BHP train with dual CM40-8M units on the point, heading for the balloon loop for loading, grade crossing is the YT 311.5 km. Geodata -22.713725, 119.055762 .
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230-0039 viewsYandi Two switch looking east with the Three Sisters forming the background. Empty BHP train heading for the balloon loop for loading, grade crossing is the YT 311.5 km. Geodata -22.713725, 119.055762 .
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230-0939 viewsYandi Two balloon loop, empty car side, side view of two Goninan GE CM40-8M rebuilds from different ALCo builders. 5654 'Kashima' serial 8412-11/93-145 is from Comeng ALCo M636 unit 5493 while 5637 'De Grey' serial 8181-01/92-123 is from an AE Goodwin ALCo C636 unit 5456. Geodata -22.713725, 119.055762 .
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230-0434 viewsYandi Two switch looking east with the Three Sisters forming the background. Empty BHP train heading for the balloon loop for loading, grade crossing is the YT 311.5 km. Geodata -22.713725, 119.055762 .
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230-1134 viewsYandi Two load-out tunnel exit side portal, Goninan rebuild GE CM40-8M model 5654 'Kashima' serial 8412-11/93-145 creeps out of the tunnel as its train is loaded at 1.2 km/h. The livery is the marigold version of the BHP Australia logo. Geodata -22.718338, 119.039909 .
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230-1534 viewsYandi Two load-out tunnel exit side portal, Goninan rebuild GE CM40-8M model 5654 'Kashima' serial 8412-11/93-145 creeps out of the tunnel as its train is loaded at 1.2 km/h. The livery is the marigold version of the BHP Australia logo. Geodata -22.718338, 119.039909 .
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230-1433 viewsYandi Two load-out tunnel exit side portal, Goninan rebuild GE CM40-8M model 5654 'Kashima' serial 8412-11/93-145 creeps out of the tunnel as its train is loaded at 1.2 km/h. The livery is the marigold version of the BHP Australia logo. Geodata -22.718338, 119.039909 .
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230-1232 viewsYandi Two load-out tunnel exit side portal, Goninan rebuild GE CM40-8M model 5654 'Kashima' serial 8412-11/93-145 creeps out of the tunnel as its train is loaded at 1.2 km/h. The livery is the marigold version of the BHP Australia logo. The pipe is for the dust extraction system. Geodata -22.718338, 119.039909 .
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230-1832 viewsYandi Two load-out tunnel exit side portal, Goninan rebuild GE CM40-8M model 5654 'Kashima' serial 8412-11/93-145 leads a loading train 1.2 km/h. The ore stockpile and pedestal stacker are visible. The livery is the marigold version of the BHP Australia logo. Geodata -22.718338, 119.039909 .
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230-0531 viewsYandi Two switch looking east with the Three Sisters forming the background. Empty BHP train heading for the balloon loop for loading, grade crossing is the YT 311.5 km. Geodata -22.713725, 119.055762 .
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230-0631 viewsYandi Two switch looking east with the Three Sisters forming the background. Empty BHP train heading for the balloon loop for loading, grade crossing is the YT 311.5 km. Geodata -22.713725, 119.055762 .
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230-0831 viewsYandi Two switch looking east with the Three Sisters forming the background. Empty BHP train behind CM40-8M units 5654 and 5637 crossing the YT 311.5 km grade crossing. Geodata -22.713725, 119.055762 .
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230-1730 viewsYandi Two load-out tunnel exit side portal, Goninan rebuild GE CM40-8M model 5654 'Kashima' serial 8412-11/93-145 leads a loading train 1.2 km/h. The ore stockpile and pedestal stacker are visible. The livery is the marigold version of the BHP Australia logo. Geodata -22.718338, 119.039909 .
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230-0129 viewsYandi Two switch looking east with the Three Sisters forming the background. Empty BHP train heading for the balloon loop for loading, grade crossing is the YT 311.5 km. Geodata -22.713725, 119.055762 .
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230-0229 viewsYandi Two switch looking east with the Three Sisters forming the background. Empty BHP train heading for the balloon loop for loading, grade crossing is the YT 311.5 km. Geodata -22.713725, 119.055762 .
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230-0329 viewsYandi Two switch looking east with the Three Sisters forming the background. Empty BHP train heading for the balloon loop for loading, grade crossing is the YT 311.5 km. Geodata -22.713725, 119.055762 .
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230-1328 viewsYandi Two load-out tunnel exit side portal, Goninan rebuild GE CM40-8M model 5654 'Kashima' serial 8412-11/93-145 creeps out of the tunnel as its train is loaded at 1.2 km/h. The livery is the marigold version of the BHP Australia logo. Geodata -22.718338, 119.039909 .
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230-1627 viewsYandi Two load-out tunnel exit side portal, Goninan rebuild GE CM40-8M model 5654 'Kashima' serial 8412-11/93-145 leads a loading train 1.2 km/h. The ore stockpile and pedestal stacker are visible. The livery is the marigold version of the BHP Australia logo. Geodata -22.718338, 119.039909 .
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