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050110 175326r266 viewsHarding Siding, Robe River ore waggon 074 built by Nippon Sharyo Nihon in 1971 is one of a few waggons that runs permanently coupled to another waggon. Unlike the Hamersley Iron system married pairs, the Robe fleet each have their own brake system and are coupled by a length of round bar as the Cape Lambert dumper only dumps one waggon at a time. Monday 10th January 2005.
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240-3631 viewsSeven Mile, a pair of re-walled Nippon Sharyo built waggons, control waggon 697 on the right with slave waggon 5870 on a loaded train bound of the Parker Point tippler. July 2002.
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240-3775 viewsSeven Mile, a pair of loaded Nippon Sharyo ore waggons, control waggon 021 on the right with slave waggon 068 and with hungry boards fitted to the top. July 2002.
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246-321 viewsCape Lambert, a Robe River loaded Deepdale train on the mainline with waggon 136 which is from the original order for 285 waggons from Nippon Sharyo Japan. The ore is a ROM product and will be dumped over the gyratory crusher to be correctly sized. 22nd May 2002.
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