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090121 167212 viewsBoodarie, an FMG empty train departs the port with mismatched waggon pair slave 1403 22.6 tonnes tare and control 2364 22.9 tonne tare from the original CSR Zhuzhou Rolling Stock Works in China build from 2007.Apr 26, 2020
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090121 120019 viewsBoodarie, an FMG empty train with mismatched waggon pair slave 1367 22.6 tonnes tare and control 2170 22.9 tonne tare from the original CSR Zhuzhou Rolling Stock Works in China build from 2007.Apr 26, 2020
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200410 5143r339 viewsBoodarie, FMG's Electro-Motive Diesel built SD70ACe-P6 locomotive 725 serial 20188761-004 built 2019, delivered February 2020. This order for ten units are standard US 'domestic' models with the 16-710G3C-T3 at 4500 horsepower and one inverter per axle hence the '-P6' and were fitted with the extra handrails and other refinements like the fire suppressant tanks and bifurcated air pipe here in Port Hedland, other points of difference include only one cow plough on short hood end, ditch lights on both ends, standard US air horn and no marker lights. 10th April 2020.Apr 10, 2020
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110620 228418 viewsChapman, the entire fleet of twelve FMG TK type fuel tank waggons all built in 2008 by CSR Zhuzhou Rolling Stock Works plant in China hurry south on the loaded run of the fuel train to Cloud Break mine. 20th June 2011.Apr 10, 2020
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110620 228329 viewsChapman, FMG TK type fuel tank waggon TK 02 built by China Southern CSR at their Zhuzhou Rolling Stock Works plant in China in 2008 as part of an order for twelve tanks, is on the loaded fuel train to Cloud Break. 20th June 2011.Apr 10, 2020
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110620 228211 viewsChapman, FMG TK type fuel tank waggon TK 03 built by China Southern CSR at their Zhuzhou Rolling Stock Works plant in China in 2008 as part of an order for twelve tanks, is on the loaded fuel train to Cloud Break. 20th June 2011.Apr 10, 2020
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110620 228111 viewsChapman, FMG TK type fuel tank waggon TK 01 built by China Southern CSR at their Zhuzhou Rolling Stock Works plant in China in 2008 as the first of an order for twelve tanks, is on the loaded fuel train to Cloud Break. 20th June 2011.Apr 10, 2020
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110620 22808 viewsChapman, FMG TK type fuel tank waggon TK 11 built by China Southern CSR at their Zhuzhou Rolling Stock Works plant in China in 2008 as part of an order for twelve tanks, is on the loaded fuel train to Cloud Break. 20th June 2011.Apr 10, 2020
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110620 22798 viewsChapman, FMG TK type fuel tank waggon TK 07 built by China Southern CSR at their Zhuzhou Rolling Stock Works plant in China in 2008 as part of an order for twelve tanks, is on the loaded fuel train to Cloud Break. 20th June 2011.Apr 10, 2020
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110620 22786 viewsChapman, FMG TK type fuel tank waggon TK 08 built by China Southern CSR at their Zhuzhou Rolling Stock Works plant in China in 2008 as part of an order for twelve tanks, is on the loaded fuel train to Cloud Break. 20th June 2011.Apr 10, 2020
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110620 22777 viewsChapman, FMG TK type fuel tank waggon TK 05 built by China Southern CSR at their Zhuzhou Rolling Stock Works plant in China in 2008 as part of an order for twelve tanks, is on the loaded fuel train to Cloud Break. 20th June 2011.Apr 10, 2020
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110620 22766 viewsChapman, FMG TK type fuel tank waggon TK 04 built by China Southern CSR at their Zhuzhou Rolling Stock Works plant in China in 2008 as part of an order for twelve tanks, is on the loaded fuel train to Cloud Break. 20th June 2011.Apr 10, 2020
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110620 22757 viewsChapman, FMG TK type fuel tank waggon TK 06 built by China Southern CSR at their Zhuzhou Rolling Stock Works plant in China in 2008 as part of an order for twelve tanks, is on the loaded fuel train to Cloud Break. 20th June 2011.Apr 10, 2020
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110620 22746 viewsChapman, FMG TK type fuel tank waggon TK 10 built by China Southern CSR at their Zhuzhou Rolling Stock Works plant in China in 2008 as part of an order for twelve tanks, is on the loaded fuel train to Cloud Break. 20th June 2011.Apr 10, 2020
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110620 22738 viewsChapman, FMG TK type fuel tank waggon TK 09 built by China Southern CSR at their Zhuzhou Rolling Stock Works plant in China in 2008 as part of an order for twelve tanks, is on the loaded fuel train to Cloud Break. 20th June 2011.Apr 10, 2020
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110620 22726 viewsChapman, FMG TK type fuel tank waggon TK 12 built by China Southern CSR at their Zhuzhou Rolling Stock Works plant in China in 2008 as the final member of a order for twelve tanks, is on the loaded fuel train to Cloud Break. 20th June 2011.Apr 10, 2020
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110620 22615 viewsChapman, a loaded train of Chinese built ore waggons by CSR Zhuzhou Rolling Stock Works loaded with lump ore. 20th June 2011.Apr 10, 2020
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110620 221823 viewsForrest Siding near the 126 km, detail shot of empty FMG ore waggon 4266 showing the builders plate, RFID tag, number decal and bogie detail. CNR QRRS of China built waggon dating from 2011. 20th June 2011.Apr 10, 2020
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080304 22105 viewsThomas Yard, down the rail welding end, side view of control car 2584, built by China Southern or CSR at their Zhuzhou Rolling Stock Works in China in 2007. 4th March 2008.Apr 10, 2020
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080304 22095 viewsThomas Yard, down the rail welding end, side view of slave car 1583, the yellow circle around the tare weight 22.6 t indicates the rotary coupler end, built by China Southern or CSR at their Zhuzhou Rolling Stock Works in China in 2007. 4th March 2008.Apr 10, 2020
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