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250-2127 viewsCape Lambert yard on the Load Box Spur is recently stored Robe River AE Goodwin built ALCo M636 unit 9413 serial G6060-4 from December 1971, originally numbered 262.004 during construction, renumbered to 86-14-1713 with number boards 1713 and finally 9413. The ducting on the hood is the air to air intercooler modifications. 22nd October 2000.
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250-0824 viewsPelican Siding on the Hamersley Iron Tom Price line about the 208 km empty ore waggon 1171 is an example of the units built by Tomlinson Steel WA and is a control or master waggon of the pair and shows the re-sheeting paint symbol to indicate that all four sides and the floor have been replaced. Note the square bar coupling on the right hand side to the slave waggon 6085, HI run what they call 'Married Pairs'. 21st October 2000.
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250-3619 viewsCape Lambert South Yard and Robe River's 9426 a Comeng WA rebuild from ALCo Schenectady NY model C636 serial 3499-3 originally built in January 1968 for Pennsylvania as #6332, Penn Central 6332 and finally Conrail 6782. Purchased in 1986 and rebuilt by Comeng WA into C636R before delivery to Robe in November 1986. This loco also went on to become DR 8401 for construction of FMG's railway in 2007-08. Seen here in the South Yard dragging a loaded rake down to the car dumper. 22nd October 2000.
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250-0318 viewsPelican Siding on the Hamersley Iron Tom Price line about the 208 km with an empty train behind the standard pairing of two General Electric built 9-44CW units 7068 serial 47747 and 7067 serial 47746 stand on the loop or passing track for a meet with a loaded train. 21st October 2000.
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250-2917 viewsCape Lambert Load Box Spur with Robe River remaining ALCo unit recently stored out of service 9416. AE Goodwin built ALCo M636 model with serial G6046-16 was originally built for Hamersley Iron as #4045 and was purchased by Robe right before shipping to Hamersley Iron and entered service in February 1973. 22nd October 2000.
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250-1216 viewsPelican Siding on the Hamersley Iron Tom Price line about the 208 km with an empty train behind General Electric built 9-44CW units 7068 serial 47747 and 7067 serial 47746 on the loop as a loaded train with 210 waggons passes behind a sister pairing of 7072 serial 47751 and 7074 serial 47753. 1550 hrs 21st October 2000.
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250-2716 viewsCape Lambert yard on the Load Box Spur is recently stored Robe River AE Goodwin built ALCo M636 unit 9413 serial G6060-4 from December 1971, originally numbered 262.004 during construction, renumbered to 86-14-1713 with number boards 1713 and finally 9413. The ducting on the hood is the air to air intercooler modifications. 22nd October 2000.
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250-0515 viewsPelican Siding on the Hamersley Iron Tom Price line about the 208 km with an empty train behind the standard pairing of two General Electric built 9-44CW units 7068 serial 47747 and 7067 serial 47746 stand on the loop or passing track for a meet with a loaded train. 21st October 2000.
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250-3115 viewsCape Lambert yard in the Load Box is recently stored Robe River AE Goodwin built ALCo M636 unit 9415 serial G6060-6 from February 1973 and was an extension of the original order and delivered with cab side numbering of 86-14-1715 and number boards as 1715. The ducting on the hood is the air to air intercooler modifications. 22nd October 2000.
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250-3415 viewsCape Lambert South Yard and Robe River's 9426 a Comeng WA rebuild from ALCo Schenectady NY model C636 serial 3499-3 originally built in January 1968 for Pennsylvania as #6332, Penn Central 6332 and finally Conrail 6782. Purchased in 1986 and rebuilt by Comeng WA into C636R before delivery to Robe in November 1986. This loco also went on to become DR 8401 for construction of FMG's railway in 2007-08. Seen here in the South Yard dragging a loaded rake down to the car dumper. 22nd October 2000.
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250-0714 viewsPelican Siding on the Hamersley Iron Tom Price line about the 208 km empty ore waggon 6085 is an example of the units built by Tomlinson Steel WA is a slave waggon of the pair and shows the re-sheeting paint symbol to indicate that all four sides and the floor have been replaced. 21st October 2000.
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250-2813 viewsCape Lambert Load Box Spur with Robe River's four remaining ALCo units recently stored out of service. 9416, 9413, 9515 in the load box and 9412 in the distance. 22nd October 2000.
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250-0912 viewsPelican Siding on the Hamersley Iron Tom Price line about the 208 km with an empty train behind the standard pairing of two General Electric built 9-44CW units 7068 serial 47747 and 7067 serial 47746 stand on the loop or passing track for a meet with a loaded train. 21st October 2000.
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250-2611 viewsCape Lambert South Yard and Robe River's 9426 a Comeng WA rebuild from ALCo Schenectady NY model C636 serial 3499-3 originally built in January 1968 for Pennsylvania as #6332, Penn Central 6332 and finally Conrail 6782. Purchased in 1986 and rebuilt by Comeng WA into C636R before delivery to Robe in November 1986. This loco also went on to become DR 8401 for construction of FMG's railway in 2007-08. Seen here in the South Yard dragging a loaded rake down to the car dumper. 22nd October 2000.
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250-2310 viewsCape Lambert South Yard and Robe River's 9426 a Comeng WA rebuild from ALCo Schenectady NY model C636 serial 3499-3 originally built in January 1968 for Pennsylvania as #6332, Penn Central 6332 and finally Conrail 6782. Purchased in 1986 and rebuilt by Comeng WA into C636R before delivery to Robe in November 1986. This loco also went on to become DR 8401 for construction of FMG's railway in 2007-08. Seen here in the South Yard dragging a loaded rake down to the car dumper as yard expansion works are underway to the left. 22nd October 2000.
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250-139 viewsPelican Siding on the Hamersley Iron Tom Price line about the 208 km with an empty train behind General Electric built 9-44CW units 7068 serial 47747 and 7067 serial 47746 on the loop as a loaded train with 210 waggons passes behind a sister pairing of 7072 serial 47751 and 7074 serial 47753. 1550 hrs 21st October 2000.
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250-048 viewsPelican Siding on the Hamersley Iron Tom Price line about the 208 km with an empty train behind the standard pairing of two General Electric built 9-44CW units 7068 serial 47747 and 7067 serial 47746 stand on the loop or passing track for a meet with a loaded train. 21st October 2000.
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250-016 viewsPelican Siding on the Hamersley Iron Tom Price line about the 208 km with an empty train behind the standard pairing of two General Electric built 9-44CW units 7068 serial 47747 and 7067 serial 47746 stand on the loop or passing track for a meet with a loaded train. 21st October 2000.
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250-106 viewsPelican Siding on the Hamersley Iron Tom Price line about the 208 km with an empty train behind General Electric built 9-44CW units 7068 serial 47747 and 7067 serial 47746 on the loop as a loaded train with 210 waggons passes behind a sister pairing of 7072 serial 47751 and 7074 serial 47753. 1550 hrs 21st October 2000.
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250-116 viewsPelican Siding on the Hamersley Iron Tom Price line about the 208 km with an empty train behind General Electric built 9-44CW units 7068 serial 47747 and 7067 serial 47746 on the loop as a loaded train with 210 waggons passes behind a sister pairing of 7072 serial 47751 and 7074 serial 47753. 1550 hrs 21st October 2000.
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