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160522 227219 viewsParkeston, SCT train 6MP9 operating from Melbourne to Perth, ABSY type ABSY 4447 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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160522 228019 viewsParkeston, SCT train 6MP9 operating from Melbourne to Perth, 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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160522 228317 viewsParkeston, SCT train 6MP9 operating from Melbourne to Perth, ABSY type ABSY 4419 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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160523 284318 viewsParkeston, SCT train 7GP1 which operates from Parkes NSW (Goobang Junction) to Perth, ABSY type van ABSY 4431, one of a batch of fifty made by Comeng WA as VFX type 75' covered vans 1977, recoded to ABFX type, seen here with the silver corrugated roof fitted when Gemco WA upgraded it to ABSY type.
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160523 284516 viewsParkeston, SCT train 7GP1 which operates from Parkes NSW (Goobang Junction) to Perth, ABSY type van ABSY 4431, one of a batch of fifty made by Comeng WA as VFX type 75' covered vans 1977, recoded to ABFX type, seen here with the silver corrugated roof fitted when Gemco WA upgraded it to ABSY type.
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160524 369114 viewsKalgoorlie, SCT train 2PM9 operating from Perth to Melbourne, ABSY type ABSY 4446 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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160525 461814 viewsParkeston, SCT train 3PG1 which operates from Perth to Parkes NSW (Goobang Junction), ABSY type van ABSY 4431, one of a batch of fifty made by Comeng WA as VFX type 75' covered vans 1977, recoded to ABFX type, seen here with the silver corrugated roof fitted when Gemco WA upgraded it to ABSY type.
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160526 531313 viewsWest Kalgoorlie, SCT train 3MP9 operating from Melbourne to Perth, ARBY type ARBY 4444 refrigerated van, originally built by Comeng WA in 1977 as a VFX type covered van for Commonwealth Railways, recoded to ABFX and converted from ABFY by Gemco WA in 2004/05 to ARBY.
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160526 53391 viewsWest Kalgoorlie, SCT train 3MP9 operating from Melbourne to Perth, ABSY type van ABSY 4476, one of a batch of fifty made by Comeng WA as VFX type 75' covered vans 1977, recoded to ABFX type, seen here with the silver corrugated roof fitted when Gemco WA upgraded it to ABSY type.
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160526 53421 viewsWest Kalgoorlie, SCT train 3MP9 operating from Melbourne to Perth, ABSY type van ABSY 4499, one of a batch of fifty made by Comeng WA as VFX type 75' covered vans 1977, recoded to ABFX type, seen here with the silver corrugated roof fitted when Gemco WA upgraded it to ABSY type.
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160526 53442 viewsWest Kalgoorlie, SCT train 3MP9 operating from Melbourne to Perth, ABSY type ABSY 3121 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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160526 53522 viewsWest Kalgoorlie, SCT train 3MP9 operating from Melbourne to Perth, ABSY type van ABSY 4488, one of a batch of fifty made by Comeng WA as VFX type 75' covered vans 1977, recoded to ABFX type, when Gemco WA upgraded it to ABSY type, seen here with the silver corrugated roof fitted and the centre loading roof hatch.
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160526 53671 viewsWest Kalgoorlie, SCT train 3MP9 operating from Melbourne to Perth, ABSY type ABSY 3121 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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160526 53682 viewsWest Kalgoorlie, SCT train 3MP9 operating from Melbourne to Perth, ABSY type ABSY 4460 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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160530 91223 viewsParkeston, SCT train 1PM9 operates mostly empty from Perth to Melbourne, ABSY type covered van ABSY 4488, one of a batch of fifty made by Comeng WA as VFX type 75' covered vans 1977, recoded to ABFX type, when Gemco WA upgraded it to ABSY type, seen here with the silver corrugated roof fitted and the centre loading roof hatch.
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160530 91234 viewsParkeston, SCT train 1PM9 operates mostly empty from Perth to Melbourne, ABSY type covered van ABSY 4463, one of a batch of fifty made by Comeng WA as VFX type 75' covered vans 1977, recoded to ABFX then ABFY type, when Gemco WA upgraded it to ABSY type, seen here with the silver corrugated roof fitted.
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160530 91581 viewsParkeston, SCT train 1PM9 operates mostly empty from Perth to Melbourne, ABSY type van ABSY 4499, one of a batch of fifty made by Comeng WA as VFX type 75' covered vans 1977, recoded to ABFX type, seen here with the silver corrugated roof fitted when Gemco WA upgraded it to ABSY type.
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160530 91603 viewsParkeston, SCT train 1PM9 operates mostly empty from Perth to Melbourne, ABSY type van ABSY 4476, one of a batch of fifty made by Comeng WA as VFX type 75' covered vans 1977, recoded to ABFX type, seen here with the silver corrugated roof fitted when Gemco WA upgraded it to ABSY type.
   
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