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160601 1015219 viewsWest Kalgoorlie, 2MP5 intermodal train, RRYY 22 platform 3 of 5-pack articulated low profile skel waggon set, one of fifty two such sets built by Bradken Rail Braemar from a Worley-Williams design, based on the TNT TRAY type for moving automotive carrying containers, Patrick 53' automotive container A 057.
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160601 1015315 viewsWest Kalgoorlie, 2MP5 intermodal train, RRYY 22 platform 2 of 5-pack articulated low profile skel waggon set, one of fifty two such sets built by Bradken Rail Braemar from a Worley-Williams design, based on the TNT TRAY type for moving automotive carrying containers, Patrick 53' automotive container A 117.
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160601 1015415 viewsWest Kalgoorlie, 2MP5 intermodal train, RRYY 22 platform 1 of 5-pack articulated low profile skel waggon set, one of fifty two such sets built by Bradken Rail Braemar from a Worley-Williams design, based on the TNT TRAY type for moving automotive carrying containers, with a Toll 53' automotive container AB 021.
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160609 038623 viewsWoodbridge, 5PM5 intermodal train arrives at the triangle and splits signal post 82 and 84 with power from Goninan built GE model Cv40-9i NR class unit NR 35 serial 7250-06/97-237 and a sister unit with 39 vehicles for a length of 1791 metres and 3960 tonnes.
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160609 038716 viewsWoodbridge, 5PM5 intermodal train arrives at the triangle and splits signal post 82 and 84 with power from Goninan built GE model Cv40-9i NR class unit NR 35 serial 7250-06/97-237 and a sister unit with 39 vehicles for a length of 1791 metres and 3960 tonnes.
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160609 038815 viewsWoodbridge, 5PM5 intermodal train arrives at the triangle and splits signal post 82 and 84 with power from Goninan built GE model Cv40-9i NR class unit NR 35 serial 7250-06/97-237 and a sister unit with 39 vehicles for a length of 1791 metres and 3960 tonnes. Behind the crew coach are the Sadliers louvre vans and an RMEY triple deck articulated car carrying waggon.
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160609 038914 viewsWoodbridge, 5PM5 intermodal train arrives at the triangle and splits signal post 82 and 84 with power from Goninan built GE model Cv40-9i NR class unit NR 35 serial 7250-06/97-237 and a sister unit with 39 vehicles for a length of 1791 metres and 3960 tonnes. Behind the crew coach are the Sadliers louvre vans and an RMEY triple deck articulated car carrying waggon.
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160609 03907 viewsWoodbridge, MISS FIRE!! 5PM5 intermodal train arrives at the triangle and splits signal post 82 and 84 with power from Goninan built GE model Cv40-9i NR class unit NR 35 serial 7250-06/97-237 and a sister unit with 39 vehicles for a length of 1791 metres and 3960 tonnes. Behind the crew coach are the Sadliers louvre vans and an RMEY triple deck articulated car carrying waggon.
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160609 03919 viewsWoodbridge, 5PM5 intermodal train second unit locomotive Goninan built GE model Cv40-9i NR class unit NR 91 serial 7250-05/97-294 and crew accommodation coach RZEY 4.
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160609 039210 viewsWoodbridge, 5PM5 intermodal train with crew accommodation coach RZEY 4, built by South Australian Railways Islington Workshops as Purpawi in 1955 for use on The Overland, coded JRA 4, to West Coast Railway, converted to RZEY by BlueBird Rail Operations 2007.
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160609 039311 viewsWoodbridge, 5PM5 intermodal train, VLEY 2 louvre van, started life as Victorian Railways Newport Workshops built VSX type 906 in 1974, recoded to VLEX in 1979 and to VLNX 2 in 1981 for newsprint traffic, then RLNX in 1995, again recoded for rice traffic to VLRX in 2003 and then possibly to VLEY sometime after 2005. In Freight Australia green with yellow band.
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160609 039412 viewsWoodbridge, 5PM5 intermodal train, RLSY 18718 louvre van, built by Comeng NSW in 1975-76 as KLY type, NLKY, NLWY, RLUY.
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160609 039510 viewsWoodbridge, 5PM5 intermodal train, RLSY 18727 louvre van, built by Comeng NSW in 1975-76 as KLY type, NLKY, NLWY, RLUY wearing Sadliers green.
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160609 039614 viewsWoodbridge, 5PM5 intermodal train, RLSY 18710 louvre van, built by Comeng NSW in 1975-76 as KLY type, NLKY, NLWY, RLUY wearing Sadliers green.
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160609 03979 viewsWoodbridge, 5PM5 intermodal train, RLUY 18723 louvre van, built by Comeng NSW in 1975-76 as KLY type, NLKY, NLWY, RLUY wearing Sadliers green.
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160609 039814 viewsWoodbridge, 5PM5 intermodal train, VLEY 16 louvre van, started life as Victorian Railways Ballarat North Workshops built VSX type 1048 in 1976, recoded to VLEX in 1979, VLEY in 1980, and to VLNX 2 in 1981 for newsprint traffic, again recoded for rice traffic to VLRX in 2003 and then possibly back to VLEY sometime after 2005. In Freight Australia green with yellow band.
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160609 039911 viewsWoodbridge, 5PM5 intermodal train, articulated 2-pack triple deck automobile waggon RMEY 2419, converted by Cheeseman Engineering in 2004 from a former 1971 vintage AE Goodwin built GNX automobile waggon ANMX 2419 and another ANMX waggon.
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160609 04009 viewsWoodbridge, 5PM5 intermodal train, RQPW 60068
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160609 040110 viewsWoodbridge, 5PM5 intermodal train, RQJW 21983
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160609 04029 viewsWoodbridge, 5PM5 intermodal train, RQFY 95 container waggon, built by Victorian Railways Bendigo Workshops in 1980 as a batch of seventy five VQFX type skeletal container waggons, recoded to VQFY c1985, then RQFY May 1994, May 1995 to RQFF, then 2CM bogies fitted in Aug 1995 and current code Nov 1995.
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