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240-02156 viewsNelson Point, retired Mount Newman Mining Comeng NSW built ALCo M-636 unit 5499 serial C-6096-4 sits awaiting its engine removal prior to being sent by road to Rail Heritage WA's Museum at Bassendean, Perth for preservation. 25th June 2002.
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240-25104 viewsWickham town entry statement, former Cliffs Robe River Iron Associates RSD-3 model ALCo locomotive built by Montreal Locomotive Works (MLW) in 1951 for NSWGR as the 40 class 4006 serial 77737, purchased by CRRIA in 1971 and numbered 261.001, then 1700 and finally 9401. It has been repainted into Robe colours and was donated to the local Lions' Club when retired and displayed as an entry statement to the township. View on the rail plinth and plaque at the entry into town. 31st August 2002.
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240-0152 viewsNelson Point, retired Mount Newman Mining Comeng NSW built ALCo M-636 unit 5499 serial C-6096-4 sits awaiting its engine removal prior to being sent by road to Rail Heritage WA's Museum at Bassendean, Perth for preservation. 25th June 2002.
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240-0450 viewsNelson Point, retired Mount Newman Mining Comeng NSW built ALCo M-636 unit 5499 serial C-6096-4 sits with the hood removed exposing the ALCo 251F engine, radiator fan drive and oil filter assembly prior to engine removal and being sent by road to Rail Heritage WA's Bassendean museum for preservation. 25th June 2002.
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240-0348 viewsNelson Point, retired Mount Newman Mining Comeng NSW built ALCo M-636 unit 5499 serial C-6096-4 sits with the hood removed exposing the ALCo 251F engine prior to removal and being sent by road to Rail Heritage WA's Bassendean museum for preservation. 25th June 2002.
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240-0546 viewsNelson Point, retired Mount Newman Mining Comeng NSW built ALCo M-636 unit 5499 serial C-6096-4 sits with the hood removed exposing the ALCo 251F engine prior to removal and being sent by road to Rail Heritage WA's Bassendean museum for preservation. 25th June 2002.
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240-3744 viewsSeven Mile, a pair of loaded Nippon Sharyo ore waggons, control waggon 021 on the right with slave waggon 068 and with hungry boards fitted to the top. July 2002.
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240-2443 viewsWickham town entry statement, concrete plinth with plaque outlining the history of the MLW built ALCo model RSC3 units operated by Robe River prior to preservation and on the NSWGR as originally 40 class 4006. July 2002.
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240-2742 viewsSeven Mile, loaded train heading for Parker Point behind a pair of Pilbara Rail, Robe River owned, General Electric built C44-9W units 9470 serial 53455 and 9471 serial 53456. July 2002.
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240-2641 viewsSeven Mile, loaded train heading for Parker Point behind a pair of Pilbara Rail, Robe River owned, General Electric built C44-9W units 9470 serial 53455 and 9471 serial 53456. July 2002.
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240-2338 viewsWickham town entry statement, concrete plinth with plaque outlining the history of the MLW built ALCo model RSC3 units operated by Robe River prior to preservation and on the NSWGR as originally 40 class 4006. July 2002.
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240-0628 viewsNelson Point, retired Mount Newman Mining Comeng NSW built ALCo M-636 unit 5499 serial C-6096-4 sits with the hood removed exposing the ALCo 251F engine end and turbo charger arrangement. 25th June 2002.
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240-0827 viewsNelson Point, retired Mount Newman Mining Comeng NSW built ALCo M-636 unit 5499 serial C-6096-4 sits awaiting its engine removal prior to being sent by road to Rail Heritage WA's Museum at Bassendean, Perth for preservation. 25th June 2002.
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240-0726 viewsNelson Point, retired Mount Newman Mining Comeng NSW built ALCo M-636 unit 5499 serial C-6096-4 sits with the hood removed exposing the ALCo 251F engine prior to removal and being sent by road to Rail Heritage WA's Bassendean museum for preservation. 25th June 2002.
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240-0924 viewsNelson Point, retired Mount Newman Mining Comeng NSW built ALCo M-636 unit 5499 serial C-6096-4 sits awaiting its engine removal prior to being sent by road to Rail Heritage WA's Museum at Bassendean, Perth for preservation. 25th June 2002.
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240-1024 viewsNelson Point, retired Mount Newman Mining Comeng NSW built ALCo M-636 unit 5499 serial C-6096-4 sits awaiting its engine removal prior to being sent by road to Rail Heritage WA's Museum at Bassendean, Perth for preservation. 25th June 2002.
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240-1224 viewsWickham town entry statement, concrete plinth with plaque outlining the history of the MLW built ALCo model RSC3 units operated by Robe River prior to preservation. July 2002.
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240-1123 viewsWickham, town entry statement with former Robe River Iron Associates Montreal Locomotive Works built ALCo model RSC3 serial 77737 of 1951, originally owned by New South Wales Railways as their 40 class 4006, to Robe River in 1971 as 261.001, then 1700 and finally 9401. Short hood end view on the rail plinth at the entry into town. July 2002.
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240-1323 viewsWickham, town entry statement with former Robe River Iron Associates Montreal Locomotive Works (MLW) built ALCo model RSC3 serial 77737 of 1951, originally owned by New South Wales Railways as their 40 class 4006, to Robe River in 1971 as 261.001, then 1700 and finally 9401. View on the rail plinth at the entry into town. July 2002.
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240-1522 viewsWickham, right hand side number two end view of former Robe River and NSWGR MLW built ALCo RSC3 serial 77737 of October 1951, was originally 40 class 4006. Shows modified bogie to convert the A1A to a BO bogie type. July 2002.
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