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051102 6617118 viewsThevenard, right hand cab side of Clyde Engineering EMD JL22C model unit and class leader 1601, originally NJ 1 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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051102 6618112 viewsThevenard, two versions of Clyde Engineering EMD JL22C model, class leader 1601, originally NJ 1 'Ben Chifley' serial 71-728, and NJ 6 serial 71-733, both 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, NJ 1 repainted and renumbered to 1601 in November 2004.
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051102 6619120 viewsThevenard, right 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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051102 6621107 viewsThevenard, front view 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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051102 6622113 viewsThevenard, front view 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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051102 6623112 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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051102 6624108 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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051102 6625106 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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051102 662994 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 coupled to NJ 6 in Australian National green and yellow.
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051102 663457 viewsThevenard, No. 2 end right 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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060113 242562 viewsCeduna, class leader of the NJ and now 1600 class 1601 and formally NJ 1 'Ben Chifley', a Clyde Engineering EMD JL22C model 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, in current owners livery.
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060113 242662 viewsCeduna, loaded gypsum train 6DD2 behind the triple Clyde Engineering EMD JL22C model 1600 / NJ class combination of 1604 serial 71-731 and originally NJ 4, NJ 3 serial 71-730 and 1601 serial 71-728 class leader NJ 1, all three units started on the Central Australia Railway in 1971 and were transferred to the Eyre Peninsula in 1981. 08:10 AM on the Friday the 13th January 2006.
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060113 244815 viewsThevenard, class leader 1601, a Clyde Engineering built EMD model JL22C serial 71-728, originally built for the Central Australia Railway in 1971 as NJ class leader NJ 1 'Ben Chifley' and transferred to the Eyre Peninsula in 1981. 13th January 2006.
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060113 244917 viewsThevenard, class leader 1601, a Clyde Engineering built EMD model JL22C serial 71-728, originally built for the Central Australia Railway in 1971 as NJ class leader NJ 1 'Ben Chifley' and transferred to the Eyre Peninsula in 1981. 13th January 2006.
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060113 248912 viewsKevin, the triple NJ-1600 class combination of 1604, NJ 3 and 1601 pull the empty gypsum train 6DD3 along the Penong line prior to reversing around the triangle. 13th January 2006.
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060113 249014 viewsKevin, the triple NJ-1600 class combination of 1604, NJ 3 and 1601 pull the empty gypsum train 6DD3 along the Penong line prior to reversing around the triangle. 13th January 2006.
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060113 249114 viewsKevin, the triple NJ-1600 class combination of 1604, NJ 3 and 1601 pull the empty gypsum train 6DD3 along the Penong line prior to reversing around the triangle. 13th January 2006.
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060113 249411 viewsKevin, the triple NJ-1600 class combination of 1604, NJ 3 and 1601 pull the empty gypsum train 6DD3 along the Penong line prior to reversing around the triangle. 13th January 2006.
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060113 249711 viewsKevin, empty train 6DD3 on the stub of the now closed line to Penong shunts back onto the triangle leg to reverse the train prior to loading. 13th January 2006.
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060113 249812 viewsKevin, empty train 6DD3 on the stub of the now closed line to Penong shunts back onto the triangle leg to reverse the train prior to loading. 13th January 2006.
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