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050319 013748 viewsNelson Point, view of the Steel Train set sitting out in the South Yard, cut down Magor USA built former Oroville Dam 91 ton ore waggon, now used as the crib waggon on the rear of the Steel Train.
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050319 013822 viewsNelson Point, cut down Magor USA built former Oroville Dam 91 ton ore waggon 665, seen here being used as the crib waggon on the steel train.
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050319 013963 viewsNelson Point, a heavily cut down and modified Magor USA ore waggon, converted to a 50 tonne waggon and designated the winch waggon with generator set to power the winch and the crib car.
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050319 014022 viewsNelson Point, cut down Magor USA built former Oroville Dam 91 ton ore waggon 665, now used as the crib waggon on the steel train, 3/4 view.
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050319 014122 viewsNelson Point, cut down Magor USA built former Oroville Dam 91 ton ore waggon 665, now used as the crib waggon on the steel train, side view.
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050319 014219 viewsNelson Point, rail recovery and transport train, 1st lead off waggon 6011, built by Scotts of Ipswich 04-09-1970, the mesh guarding is for the winch cable. The chute arrangement for the discharging and recovery of rail is visible.
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050319 014322 viewsNelson Point, rail recovery and transport train, 2nd lead off waggon 6201, built by Comeng WA, the mesh guarding is for the winch cable. The chute arrangement for the discharging and recovery of rail is visible.
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050319 014422 viewsNelson Point, rail recovery and transport train, 1st lead off waggon 6011, built by Scotts of Ipswich 04-09-1970, the mesh guarding is for the winch cable. The chute arrangement for the discharging and recovery of rail is visible.
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050522 272519 viewsGoldsworthy Junction, rail recovery and transport train flat waggon #15, 6206 built by Comeng WA in January 1977 under order number 07-M-282 RY.
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050522 272612 viewsGoldsworthy Junction, rail recovery and transport train flat waggon #16, 6009 built by Scotts of Ipswich Qld in September 1970.
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050522 272718 viewsGoldsworthy Junction, rail recovery and transport train flat waggon #17, 6016, built by Comeng WA in January 1971, also carries contract no. of 6506-016.
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050522 272821 viewsGoldsworthy Junction, rail recovery and transport train flat waggon #18, 6012, built by Scotts of Ipswich Qld in September 1970.
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050522 272918 viewsGoldsworthy Junction, rail recovery and transport train flat waggon #19, 6013, built by Scotts of Ipswich Qld in 1970.
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050522 273017 viewsGoldsworthy Junction, rail recovery and transport train flat waggon #20, 6010, built by Scotts of Ipswich Qld in September 1970.
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050522 273117 viewsGoldsworthy Junction, rail recovery and transport train flat waggon #21, 6007 with registered number G506007, built by Scotts of Ipswich Qld in 1970.
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050522 273212 viewsGoldsworthy Junction, rail recovery and transport train flat waggon #22, 6213, built by Comeng WA in February 1977 under order number 07-M-282 RY.
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050522 273313 viewsGoldsworthy Junction, rail recovery and transport train flat waggon #23, 6208, built by Comeng WA in February 1977 under order number 07-M-282 RY.
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050522 27349 viewsGoldsworthy Junction, rail recovery and transport train flat waggon #24, 6005 with registered number G506007, built by Scotts of Ipswich Qld in 1970.
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050522 27359 viewsGoldsworthy Junction, rail recovery and transport train flat waggon #25, 6014, built by Comeng WA in November 1971.
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050522 273611 viewsGoldsworthy Junction, rail recovery and transport train flat waggon #26, 6015, built by Comeng WA in November 1971.
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