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160525 46205 viewsParkeston, SCT train 3PG1 which operates from Perth to Parkes NSW (Goobang Junction), PBGY type covered van PBGY 0105 Multi-Freighter, one of eighty units built by Gemco WA.
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160525 46295 viewsParkeston, SCT train 3PG1 which operates from Perth to Parkes NSW (Goobang Junction), looking east from the rear with ABSY type ABSY 3089 covered van, originally built by Comeng WA in 1977 for Commonwealth Railways as VFX type, recoded to ABFX and ABFY before conversion by Gemco WA to ABSY.
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160526 52795 viewsWest Kalgoorlie, SCT train 3MP9 operating from Melbourne to Perth, with 77 vehicles for 5710 tonnes and 1795 metres with EDI Downer built EMD model GT46C-ACe unit SCT 012 serial 08-1736 as second unit to sister unit SCT 014 as they hold the mainline in West Kalgoorlie waiting for the Prospector railcar to cross.
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160526 52805 viewsWest Kalgoorlie, SCT train 3MP9 operating from Melbourne to Perth, with 77 vehicles for 5710 tonnes and 1795 metres with EDI Downer built EMD model GT46C-ACe unit SCT 014 serial 08-1738 on the point with sister unit SCT 012 as they hold the mainline in West Kalgoorlie waiting for the Prospector railcar to cross.
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160526 52905 viewsWest Kalgoorlie, SCT train 3MP9 operating from Melbourne to Perth, with 77 vehicles for 5710 tonnes and 1795 metres with EDI Downer built EMD model GT46C-ACe unit SCT 012 serial 08-1736 as second unit to sister unit SCT 014 with the signal green they start the 650 kilometre run to Perth.
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160526 52925 viewsWest Kalgoorlie, SCT train 3MP9 operating from Melbourne to Perth, SCT inline refuelling waggon PQFY type PQFY 4341 originally built by Perry Engineering SA in 1977 for Commonwealth Railways as an RMX type container waggon, with SCT - Logicoil AMT5 type tank-tainers TILU 102025 and TILU 102021.
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160526 52935 viewsWest Kalgoorlie, SCT train 3MP9 operating from Melbourne to Perth, SCT crew accommodation coach PSDS class PSDS 02280 'Peterborough Boys' converted by Gemco WA in 2008 from former Comeng NSW built SDS class sitting car SDS 2280 for the NSWGR.
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160526 52985 viewsWest Kalgoorlie, SCT train 3MP9 operating from Melbourne to Perth, PBHY type covered van PBHY 0011 Greater Freighter, one of thirty five units built by Gemco WA in 2005 without the Greater Freighter signage.
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160526 53025 viewsWest Kalgoorlie, SCT train 3MP9 operating from Melbourne to Perth, PBHY type covered van PBHY 0044 Greater Freighter, one of a second batch of thirty units built by Gemco WA without the Greater Freighter signage.
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160526 53035 viewsWest Kalgoorlie, SCT train 3MP9 operating from Melbourne to Perth, PBHY type covered van PBHY 0021 Greater Freighter, one of thirty five units built by Gemco WA in 2005 without the Greater Freighter signage but with Big W We Sell For Less logo.
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160526 53045 viewsWest Kalgoorlie, SCT train 3MP9 operating from Melbourne to Perth, PBHY type covered van PBHY 0007 Greater Freighter, one of thirty five units built by Gemco WA in 2005 without the Greater Freighter signage.
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160530 91485 viewsParkeston, SCT train 1PM9 operates mostly empty from Perth to Melbourne, PBGY type covered van PBGY 0096 Multi-Freighter, one of eighty units built by Gemco WA.
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160530 92065 viewsParkeston, SCT train 7GP1 which operates from Parkes NSW (Goobang Junction) to Perth, PBHY type covered van PBHY 0039 Greater Freighter, one of a second batch of thirty units built by Gemco WA without the Greater Freighter signage.
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160523 28884 viewsParkeston, SCT train 7GP1 which operates from Parkes NSW (Goobang Junction) to Perth, PBHY type covered van PBHY 0103 Greater Freighter, built by CSR Meishan Rolling Stock Co China in 2014 without the Greater Freighter signage.
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160523 28894 viewsParkeston, SCT train 7GP1 which operates from Parkes NSW (Goobang Junction) to Perth, PBHY type covered van PBHY 0097 Greater Freighter, built by CSR Meishan Rolling Stock Co China in 2014 without the Greater Freighter signage.
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160523 28974 viewsParkeston, SCT train 7GP1 which operates from Parkes NSW (Goobang Junction) to Perth, PBHY type covered van PBHY 0073 Greater Freighter, built by CSR Meishan Rolling Stock Co China in 2014 without the Greater Freighter signage.
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160523 28994 viewsParkeston, SCT train 7GP1 which operates from Parkes NSW (Goobang Junction) to Perth, PBHY type covered van PBHY 0077 Greater Freighter, built by CSR Meishan Rolling Stock Co China in 2014 without the Greater Freighter signage.
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160523 29234 viewsParkeston, SCT train 7GP1 which operates from Parkes NSW (Goobang Junction) to Perth, ABSY type ABSY 2669 box van originally built for former ANR by Comeng NSW in 1973 as VFX type covered van which were recoded to ABFX in later years and recoded to ABFY for SCT.
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160524 36474 viewsKalgoorlie, SCT train 2PM9 operating from Perth to Melbourne, with 64 vehicles for 2661 tonnes and 1566 metres with EDI Downer built EMD model GT46C-ACe unit SCT 007 'Geoff (James Bond) Smith' serial 97-1731 leading SCT 010.
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160524 36484 viewsKalgoorlie, SCT train 2PM9 operating from Perth to Melbourne, SCT inline refuelling waggon PQFY type PQFY 4256 with SCT - Logicoil AMT5 type tank-tainers TILU 102020 and TILU 102028, originally built by Perry Engineering SA in 1975 for Commonwealth Railways as an RMX type container flat, recoded to AQMX, AQMY and to RQMY.
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