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244-3750 viewsPort Lincoln loco workshops, wearing Australian Southern livery rebuild ALCo DA 7 started life as NSWGR 48 class 4813 AE Goodwin ALCo model DL531 serial 83713, rebuilt by Islington Workshops with long hood and parts from former 830 class 870 AE Goodwin ALCo model DL531 serial G6016-06 in 1998. B end roster view looking forward. 6th April 2003.Aug 02, 2017
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244-3642 viewsPort Lincoln loco workshops, wearing Australian Southern livery rebuild ALCo DA 7 started life as NSWGR 48 class 4813 AE Goodwin ALCo model DL531 serial 83713, rebuilt by Islington Workshops with long hood and parts from former 830 class 870 AE Goodwin ALCo model DL531 serial G6016-06 in 1998. B end roster view looking forward. 6th April 2003.Aug 02, 2017
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244-3539 viewsPort Lincoln loco workshops, wearing Australian Southern livery rebuild ALCo DA 7 started life as NSWGR 48 class 4813 AE Goodwin ALCo model DL531 serial 83713, rebuilt by Islington Workshops with long hood and parts from former 830 class 870 AE Goodwin ALCo model DL531 serial G6016-06 in 1998. Cab front view. 6th April 2003.Aug 02, 2017
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244-3443 viewsPort Lincoln loco workshops, wearing Australian Southern livery rebuild ALCo DA 7 started life as NSWGR 48 class 4813 AE Goodwin ALCo model DL531 serial 83713, rebuilt by Islington Workshops with long hood and parts from former 830 class 870 AE Goodwin ALCo model DL531 serial G6016-06 in 1998. Cab side view. 6th April 2003.Aug 02, 2017
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244-3338 viewsPort Lincoln loco workshops, wearing Australian Southern livery rebuild ALCo DA 7 started life as NSWGR 48 class 4813 AE Goodwin ALCo model DL531 serial 83713, rebuilt by Islington Workshops with long hood and parts from former 830 class 870 AE Goodwin ALCo model DL531 serial G6016-06 in 1998. B end roster view looking forward. 6th April 2003.Aug 02, 2017
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244-3285 viewsPort Lincoln loco workshops, wearing Australian Southern livery rebuild ALCo DA 7 started life as NSWGR 48 class 4813 AE Goodwin ALCo model DL531 serial 83713, rebuilt by Islington Workshops with long hood and parts from former 830 class 870 AE Goodwin ALCo model DL531 serial G6016-06 in 1998. B end roster view looking forward. 6th April 2003.Aug 02, 2017
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244-3142 viewsPort Lincoln loco workshops, still wearing the former owners AN livery, Australian Southern 830 class 871 AE Goodwin ALCo model DL531 serial G3422-01, this unit has been on the Eyre Peninsula Division since new in January 1966, seen here coupled to sister units. 6th April 2003.Aug 02, 2017
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244-3041 viewsPort Lincoln loco workshops, still wearing the former owners AN livery, Australian Southern 830 class 871 AE Goodwin ALCo model DL531 serial G3422-01, this unit has been on the Eyre Peninsula Division since new in January 1966, seen here coupled to sister units. 6th April 2003.Aug 02, 2017
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244-2942 viewsPort Lincoln loco workshops, still wearing the former owners AN livery, Australian Southern NJ class NJ 4, Clyde Engineering EMD model JL22C serial 71-731, no. 2 end roster view showing rear door and roof access ladder. 6th April 2003.Aug 02, 2017
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244-2838 viewsPort Lincoln loco workshops, builders plate for NJ class NJ 4 Clyde Engineering EMD model JL22C serial 71-731. 6th April 2003.Aug 02, 2017
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244-2743 viewsPort Lincoln loco workshops, still wearing the former owners AN livery, Australian Southern NJ class NJ 4 Clyde Engineering EMD model JL22C serial 71-731, cab front view. 6th April 2003.Aug 02, 2017
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244-2647 viewsPort Lincoln loco workshops, still wearing the former owners AN livery, Australian Southern NJ class NJ 4, Clyde Engineering EMD model JL22C serial 71-731, cab side view. 6th April 2003.Aug 02, 2017
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244-2541 viewsPort Lincoln loco workshops, still wearing the former owners AN livery, Australian Southern 830 class 869 AE Goodwin ALCo model DL531 serial G6016-05 coupled to NJ class NJ 4 Clyde Engineering EMD model JL22C serial 71-731. 6th April 2003.Aug 02, 2017
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244-2439 viewsPort Lincoln loco workshops, still wearing the former owners AN livery, Australian Southern NJ class leader NJ 1 Clyde Engineering EMD model JL22C serial 71-728 coupled to 830 class 869 AE Goodwin ALCo model DL531 serial G6016-05. 6th April 2003.Aug 02, 2017
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244-2347 viewsPort Lincoln loco workshops, still wearing the former owners AN livery, Australian Southern 830 class 869 AE Goodwin ALCo model DL531 serial G6016-05, sandwiched between two NJ class units. 6th April, 2003.Aug 02, 2017
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244-2244 viewsPort Lincoln loco workshops, still wearing the former owners AN livery, Australian Southern NJ class leader NJ 1 'Ben Chifley' Clyde Engineering EMD model JL22C serial 71-728, cab front view. 6th April, 2003Aug 02, 2017
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244-2143 viewsPort Lincoln loco workshops, still wearing the former owners AN livery, Australian Southern NJ class leader NJ 1 'Ben Chifley' Clyde Engineering EMD model JL22C serial 71-728, in multiple unit consist, roster shot. 6th April, 2003.Aug 02, 2017
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244-20119 viewsPort Lincoln loco workshops, still wearing the former owners AN livery, Australian Southern NJ class leader NJ 1 'Ben Chifley' Clyde Engineering EMD model JL22C serial 71-728, in multiple unit consist, roster shot. 6th April, 2003.Aug 02, 2017
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244-1993 viewsCoomunga, on the siding, Transfield track machine TMN 01 which is a track tamper. 6th April, 2003.Aug 02, 2017
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244-1888 viewsCoomunga, stabled on the siding, Transfield track machine TMN 02 ballast regulator. 6th April, 2003.Aug 02, 2017
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