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160524 370410 viewsKalgoorlie, SCT train 2PM9 operating from Perth to Melbourne, PBGY type covered van PBGY 0031 Multi-Freighter, one of eighty two waggons built by Queensland Rail Redbank Workshops in 2005.
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160524 37059 viewsKalgoorlie, SCT train 2PM9 operating from Perth to Melbourne, PBGY type covered van PBGY 0030 Multi-Freighter, one of eighty two waggons built by Queensland Rail Redbank Workshops in 2005.
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160524 37067 viewsKalgoorlie, SCT train 2PM9 operating from Perth to Melbourne, ABSY type ABSY 4414 covered van, originally built by Comeng WA in 1977 for Commonwealth Railways as VFX type, recoded to ABFX and RBFX to SCT as ABFY before conversion by Gemco WA to ABSY in 2004/05.
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160524 37077 viewsKalgoorlie, SCT train 2PM9 operating from Perth to Melbourne, ABSY type ABSY 2455 covered van, originally built by Mechanical Handling Ltd SA in 1971 for Commonwealth Railways as VFX type recoded to ABFX and then RBFX to SCT as ABFY before being converted by Gemco WA to ABSY type in 2004/05.
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160524 37087 viewsKalgoorlie, SCT train 2PM9 operating from Perth to Melbourne, ABSY type ABSY 4458 covered van, originally built by Comeng WA in 1977 for Commonwealth Railways as VFX type, recoded to ABFX and RBFX to SCT as ABFY before conversion by Gemco WA to ABSY in 2004/05.
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160524 37097 viewsKalgoorlie, SCT train 2PM9 operating from Perth to Melbourne, ABSY type ABSY 2479 covered van, originally built by Mechanical Handling Ltd SA in 1972 for Commonwealth Railways as VFX type recoded to ABFX and then RBFX before being converted by Gemco WA to ABSY type in 2004/05.
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160524 37107 viewsKalgoorlie, SCT train 2PM9 operating from Perth to Melbourne, PBGY type covered van PBGY 0010 Multi-Freighter, one of eighty two waggons built by Queensland Rail Redbank Workshops in 2005.
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160524 371118 viewsKalgoorlie, SCT train 2PM9 operating from Perth to Melbourne, PBGY type covered van PBGY 0093 Multi-Freighter, one of eighty units built by Gemco WA.
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160524 37127 viewsKalgoorlie, SCT train 2PM9 operating from Perth to Melbourne, PBGY type covered van PBGY 0029 Multi-Freighter, one of eighty two waggons built by Queensland Rail Redbank Workshops in 2005.
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160524 37139 viewsKalgoorlie, SCT train 2PM9 operating from Perth to Melbourne, PBGY type covered van PBGY 0111 Multi-Freighter, one of eighty units built by Gemco WA with Independent Brake signage.
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160525 45509 viewsParkeston, SCT train 3PG1 which operates from Perth to Parkes NSW (Goobang Junction) arrives round the curve behind SCT class SCT 005 serial 07-1729 is an EDI Downer built EMD model GT46C-ACe and sister loco SCT 011 with 73 vehicles for 3381 tonnes and 1726 metres.
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160525 45528 viewsParkeston, SCT train 3PG1 which operates from Perth to Parkes NSW (Goobang Junction) arrives round the curve behind SCT class SCT 005 serial 07-1729 is an EDI Downer built EMD model GT46C-ACe and sister loco SCT 011 with 73 vehicles for 3381 tonnes and 1726 metres.
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160525 45539 viewsParkeston, SCT train 3PG1 which operates from Perth to Parkes NSW (Goobang Junction) arrives with second unit SCT class SCT 011 serial 07-1735 an EDI Downer built EMD model GT46C-ACe with 73 vehicles for 3381 tonnes and 1726 metres behind it.
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160525 45548 viewsParkeston, SCT train 3PG1 which operates from Perth to Parkes NSW (Goobang Junction), SCT inline refuelling waggon PQFY type PQFY 4209 originally built by Carmor Engineering SA in 1976 for Commonwealth Railways as RMX type container waggon, with SCT - Logicoil AMT5 type tank-tainers TILU 102023 and TILU 102033.
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160525 45558 viewsParkeston, SCT train 3PG1 which operates from Perth to Parkes NSW (Goobang Junction), SCT crew accommodation coach PDAY 003 'Monica Ivey Smith' converted from former Bluebird 250 class power car #258 'Goshawk' originally built by SAR Islington Workshops in 1957 and seated 56 second class passengers, converted to crew car in 2005.
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160525 45569 viewsParkeston, SCT train 3PG1 which operates from Perth to Parkes NSW (Goobang Junction), PBHY type covered van PBHY 0100 Greater Freighter, built by CSR Meishan Rolling Stock Co China in 2014 without the Greater Freighter signage.
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160525 45577 viewsParkeston, SCT train 3PG1 which operates from Perth to Parkes NSW (Goobang Junction), PBHY type covered van PBHY 0092 Greater Freighter, built by CSR Meishan Rolling Stock Co China in 2014 without the Greater Freighter signage.
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160525 455836 viewsParkeston, SCT train 3PG1 which operates from Perth to Parkes NSW (Goobang Junction), 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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160525 45598 viewsParkeston, SCT train 3PG1 which operates from Perth to Parkes NSW (Goobang Junction), PBHY type covered van PBHY 0034 Greater Freighter, one of a second batch of thirty units built by Gemco WA without the Greater Freighter signage.
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160525 45609 viewsParkeston, SCT train 3PG1 which operates from Perth to Parkes NSW (Goobang Junction), originally built by Vic Rail Ballarat North Workshops in March 1980 as one of seventy five VQCX type container flat waggons built, now in private ownership and reclassed PQCY type, PQCY 959 is now fitted with bulkheads and loaded with a truck flat deck with a collection of items.
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