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060109


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Grain train with 842, 1204 and 851 around the Kyancutta area.
Taken on the 9th January 2006.

61 files, last one added on Jan 27, 2015
Album viewed 244 times

060110


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Grain train with 1204, 842 and 851 working from Cummins to Lock.
Taken on the 10th January 2006.

92 files, last one added on May 06, 2016
Album viewed 247 times

060111


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Grain train running with 1203, 850 and 905.
From Tooligie to Wudinna.
11th January 2006.

168 files, last one added on Jan 27, 2015
Album viewed 243 times

060113


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Ceduna, Thevenard and Kevin.
A day spent chasing 1604, NJ3 and 1601 on gypsum train operations.
13th January 2006.

176 files, last one added on Dec 03, 2017
Album viewed 197 times

130703


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Grain train with 1203, 906 and 859 loading at Murdinga.
Grain wagons and silo complex at Tooligie.
Non-rail location of Nowhere Else.
Loaded grain train and wagons at Kaldow.
Taken on the 3rd July 2013.

153 files, last one added on Jan 27, 2015
Album viewed 147 times

130704


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Kyancutta, grain train with 1204, 873 and 851.
Grain wagon pictures, HCN, HAN and HBN types.
Moule siding (Kevin line) infrastructure images.
Taken 4th July 2013.

137 files, last one added on Jan 27, 2015
Album viewed 139 times

130705


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Lock, grain train loading and shunting.
Locomotives 1203, 846 and 859.
Grain wagons of the HCN, HAN and HBN classes.
Taken 5th July 2013.

156 files, last one added on Jan 27, 2015
Album viewed 136 times

130706


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Port Lincoln view of yard and port.
6th July 2013.

19 files, last one added on Jan 27, 2015
Album viewed 85 times

130708


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Penong Junction and Charra siding infrastructure images.
Loaded gypsum train with 1603, 1601 and 1606, followed back to Thevenard from Charra.
Gypsum wagons ENH and ENHA classes.
8th July 2013.

282 files, last one added on Jan 27, 2015
Album viewed 180 times

161109


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Loaded gypsum train 4DD4 through Moule with 1601, 1603, 859, 850 and 62 waggons.
We photographed all the consist, all with hungry boards this time.
Video of train here!

89 files, last one added on Nov 27, 2016
Album viewed 111 times

 

 

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Random files - South Australia - Eyre Peninsula Negative and Digital Albums
051102_6623.jpg
051102 662397 viewsThevenard, left hand side of Clyde Engineering EMD JL22C model unit and class leader 1601, originally NJ 1 'Ben Chifley' serial 71-728, built in 1971 at Clyde's Granville NSW workshops, started out on the Central Australia Railway for the Commonwealth Railways before being transferred to the Eyre Peninsula system in 1981, repainted and renumbered to 1601 in November 2004.
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060110 218928 viewsYeelanna, the second person watches ARG 1200 class unit 1204, a Clyde Engineering EMD model G12C serial 65-428, originally built for the WAGR as the final unit of fourteen A class locomotives in 1965 and sent to the Eyre Peninsula in July 2004 as it shunts forward to cut out the empty cars for the siding. Approx. location of image.
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060111 240215 viewsWudinna, ARG 1200 class unit 1203, a Clyde Engineering EMD model G12C serial 65-427, one of fourteen originally built between 1960-65 for WAGR as their A class A 1513, fitted with dynamic brakes and financed by Western Mining Corp, started working on the Eyre Peninsula in November 2004, shunts through the yard.
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130708 086610 viewsThevenard, view of arriving loaded train from inside the yard.

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