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160527 55453 viewsBlamey crossing loop at the 1692 km, SCT train 5PM9 operating from Perth to Melbourne, PBGY type covered van PBGY 0157 Multi-Freighter, one of eighty units built by Gemco WA, with Independent Brake signage.
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160527 55463 viewsBlamey crossing loop at the 1692 km, SCT train 5PM9 operating from Perth to Melbourne, PBGY type covered van PBGY 0156 Multi-Freighter, one of eighty units built by Gemco WA, with Independent Brake signage.
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160530 91013 viewsParkeston, SCT train 1PM9 operates mostly empty from Perth to Melbourne, PBHY type covered van PBHY 0027 Greater Freighter, one of thirty five units built by Gemco WA in 2005 without the Greater Freighter signage.
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160530 91943 viewsParkeston, SCT train 7GP1 which operates from Parkes NSW (Goobang Junction) to Perth, PBHY type covered van PBHY 0056 Greater Freighter, one of a second batch of thirty units built by Gemco WA without the Greater Freighter signage.
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160530 91983 viewsParkeston, SCT train 7GP1 which operates from Parkes NSW (Goobang Junction) to Perth, PBHY type covered van PBHY 0002 Greater Freighter, one of thirty five units built by Gemco WA in 2005 with the 'Greater Freighter' signage.
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160530 92383 viewsParkeston, SCT train 7GP1 which operates from Parkes NSW (Goobang Junction) to Perth, PBGY type covered van PBGY 0049 Multi-Freighter, one of eighty two waggons built by Queensland Rail Redbank Workshops in 2005.
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170728 098333 viewsWestern Creek - Emu area, an empty train from Dampier climbs the grade on approach to the Robe River line overpass behind original liveried General Electric built C44-9W units 7093 serial 47772 and 7081 with third unit a stablemate ES44DCi 8189, the blue lights on the cab of 7093 being illuminated as the train is operating in AutoHaul® mode. 28th July 2017. GeoData.
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170728 098953 viewsWestern Creek, the disabled Mesa A train gets underway with relief power from General Electric built ES44DCi unit 8137 serial 59140 and C44-9W unit 7082 as the operate the train with the two ES44ACi units isolated. An empty train can be seen climbing the grade up through Emu. 28th July 2017. GeoData.
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170728 099063 viewsWestern Creek, the disabled Mesa A train gets underway with relief power from General Electric built ES44DCi unit 8137 serial 59140 and C44-9W unit 7082 as the operate the train with the two ES44ACi units isolated. 28th July 2017. GeoData.
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170728 100073 viewsBenson Falls, 91 km curve, an empty train blasts up the steep grade behind a General Electric built C44-9W unit 7072 serial 47751 leads two General Electric built ES44DCi units 8140 and 8158, 7072 is from the original delivery of C44-9W units in 1994 and is showing its age. 28th July 2017. GeoData.
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170728 100303 viewsHarding Siding, arriving around the large curve at the 46 km on the Robe line is General Electric built ES44DCi unit 8124 serial 59116 leading C44-9W unit 7094 and sister ES44DCi unit 8186 with a loaded train from Yandicoogina mine. 28th July 2017. GeoData.
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170729 00763 viewsCape Lambert South yard, a loaded train heads towards car dumper 5 behind General Electric built ES44DCi unit 8103 serial 57999 in original Rio Tinto silver with a C44-9W unit 7076 and sister ES44DCi unit 8129 in the later Rio Tinto stripe livery. 29th July 2017. GeoData.
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170729 01193 viewsGreen Pool, as they cross the #6 bridge on the original Robe River line with their train snaking all the way back to Western Creek, General Electric built ES44DCi unit 8114 serial 59106 in original silver livery and operating in AutoHaul® with later sister units 8120 and 8148 with a loaded train from Yandicoogina. 29th July 2017. GeoData.
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170729 01353 viewsGreen Pool, an empty Rio Tinto iron ore train runs along the Lyndon River behind General Electric built ES44DCi unit 8184 serial 60782 and a pair of Pilbara Iron liveried with HI reporting marks General Electric built C44-9W units 7045 and 7049. 29th July 2017. GeoData.
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170729 03223 viewsParker Point, an empty train is worked back towards Seven Mile yard along the Empty Car Line behind General Electric built C44-9W unit 7069 serial 47748 in the original Hamersley Iron livery from 1994 and ES44DCi unit 8195. 29th July 2017. GeoData.
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170729 04153 viewsSeven Mile yard, a loaded train departs the yard for Parker Point dumpers behind General Electric built C44-9W unit 7044 serial 57095 in Pilbara Iron livery with HI reporting marks, ES44DCi unit 8134 in Rio Tinto stripes and another C44-9W unit 9407 in Pilbara Rail livery with Robe reporting marks. 29th July 2017. GeoData.
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170730 04353 viewsBoodarie, a loaded FMG iron ore train rounds the large curve at the 5 km as it approaches the car dumper balloon loops behind Progress Rail Muncie USA built SD70ACe/LCi unit 719 serial 20118693-011 and sister 704 with the first four waggons showing panel repairs and re-lining recently undertaken. 30th July 2017. GeoData.
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170730 04903 viewsIndee, an empty Roy Hill train rounds the curve at the Indee Rd grade crossing at the 53.3 km behind General Electric built double ES44ACi units RHA 1008 serial 62580 and RHA 1018 and 112 waggons, then the mid-train unit and then another 112 waggons. 30th July 2017. GeoData.
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170730 05113 viewsIndee, a loaded Roy Hill train runs along at the 71 km heading to the port behind General Electric built ES44ACi units RHA 1010 serial 62582 and RHA 1004 with 224 waggons and a mid-train remote in the middle. 30th July 2017. GeoData.
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170730 05233 viewsMarubeni Siding, located on the Roy Hill railway at the 152.5 to the 155.8 km, view looking south. GeoData.
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