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164-1340 viewsMurchison East, four broad gauge V/Line Grain VHGF type bogie grain waggons, lead by VHGF 119, built as a GJX type by Steelweld Victoria in January 1969, being loaded on the gravitational road from the Ascom silos, Murphy silos behind, workers on waggon and ground.
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164-1439 viewsMurchison East, four broad gauge V/Line Grain VHGF type bogie grain waggons, lead by VHGF 119, built as a GJX type by Steelweld Victoria in January 1969, being loaded on the gravitational road from the Ascom silos, Murphy silos behind, workers on waggon and ground.
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164-1540 viewsMurchison East, broad gauge V/Line Grain VHGF type bogie grain waggon VHGF 119, built as a GJX type by Steelweld Victoria in January 1969, showing signs of being retypeed from VHGY has a GEB worker operating the lever action handbrake as the rake is moved down the road under its' own weight.
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164-1639 viewsMurchison East, broad gauge V/Line Grain VHGF type bogie grain waggon VHGF 119, built as a GJX type by Steelweld Victoria in January 1969, showing signs of being retypeed from VHGY has a GEB worker operating the lever action handbrake as the rake is moved down the road under its' own weight, while another worker closes the roof hatches in front of the Ascom silo complex.
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164-1738 viewsMurchison East, the handbrake and brake control end of broad gauge V/Line Grain VHGF type bogie grain waggon VHGF 119, built as a GJX type by Steelweld Victoria in January 1969, shows detail of shunters step, lever ratchet handbrake, air receiver and cylinder, rigging and load compensation lever.
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164-1840 viewsMurchison East, V/Line Grain VHGF type bogie grain waggon VHGF 119, built as a GJX type by Steelweld Victoria in January 1969, is loose shunted down the gravitational road loaded towards the loaded rake, rolling past the Ascom Jumbo silo complex, show non-handbrake end of waggon.
   
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