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160524 365915 viewsKalgoorlie, SCT train 2PM9 operating from Perth to Melbourne, PBGY type covered van PBGY 0150 Multi-Freighter, one of eighty units built by Gemco WA, with Independent Brake signage.
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160524 366015 viewsKalgoorlie, SCT train 2PM9 operating from Perth to Melbourne, PBGY type covered van PBGY 0079 Multi-Freighter, one of eighty two waggons built by Queensland Rail Redbank Workshops in 2005.
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160524 366115 viewsKalgoorlie, SCT train 2PM9 operating from Perth to Melbourne, PWXY type PWXY 0002 one of twelve well waggons built by CSR Meishan Rolling Stock Co of China for SCT in 2008, loaded with two 48' MFG1 SCT boxes SCTDS 4826 and SCTDS 4808.
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160524 367315 viewsKalgoorlie, SCT train 2PM9 operating from Perth to Melbourne, PBGY type covered van PBGY 0074 Multi-Freighter, one of eighty two waggons built by Queensland Rail Redbank Workshops in 2005.
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160524 367415 viewsKalgoorlie, SCT train 2PM9 operating from Perth to Melbourne, PBGY type covered van PBGY 0006 Multi-Freighter, one of eighty two waggons built by Queensland Rail Redbank Workshops in 2005.
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160524 367815 viewsKalgoorlie, SCT train 2PM9 operating from Perth to Melbourne, ABSY type ABSY 2469 covered van, originally built by Mechanical Handling Ltd SA in 1972 for Commonwealth Railways as VFX type recoded to ABFX and then RBFX to SCT as ABFY before being converted by Gemco WA to ABSY type in 2004/05.
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160524 367915 viewsKalgoorlie, SCT train 2PM9 operating from Perth to Melbourne, ABSY type ABSY 2485 covered van, originally built by Mechanical Handling Ltd SA in 1972 for Commonwealth Railways as VFX type recoded to ABFX and then RBFX to SCT as ABFY before being converted by Gemco WA to ABSY type in 2004/05.
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160524 368615 viewsKalgoorlie, SCT train 2PM9 operating from Perth to Melbourne, ABSY type ABSY 3101 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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160524 369515 viewsKalgoorlie, SCT train 2PM9 operating from Perth to Melbourne, ARFY type ARFY 2189 refrigerated van with New Zealand built Fairfax body mounted on an original Commonwealth Railways ROX container waggon built by Comeng Quds in 1970, recoded to AFQX, then AQOX and RQOY before being fitted with the refrigerated body for SCT service circa 1998.
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160524 369715 viewsKalgoorlie, SCT train 2PM9 operating from Perth to Melbourne, ARBY type ARBY 4464 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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160524 370215 viewsKalgoorlie, SCT train 2PM9 operating from Perth to Melbourne, ARFY type ARFY 2181 refrigerated van with New Zealand built Fairfax body mounted on an original Commonwealth Railways ROX container waggon built by Comeng Quds in 1970, recoded to AFQX, then AQOX and RQOY before being fitted with the refrigerated body for SCT service circa 1998.
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160524 370615 viewsKalgoorlie, SCT train 2PM9 operating from Perth to Melbourne, 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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160524 371215 viewsKalgoorlie, SCT train 2PM9 operating from Perth to Melbourne, PBGY type covered van PBGY 0029 Multi-Freighter, one of eighty two waggons built by Queensland Rail Redbank Workshops in 2005.
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160525 455715 viewsParkeston, SCT train 3PG1 which operates from Perth to Parkes NSW (Goobang Junction), PBHY type covered van PBHY 0092 Greater Freighter, built by CSR Meishan Rolling Stock Co China in 2014 without the Greater Freighter signage.
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160525 456215 viewsParkeston, SCT train 3PG1 which operates from Perth to Parkes NSW (Goobang Junction), PBHY type covered van PBHY 0048 Greater Freighter, one of a second batch of thirty units built by Gemco WA without the Greater Freighter signage.
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160525 457715 viewsParkeston, SCT train 3PG1 which operates from Perth to Parkes NSW (Goobang Junction), ARBY type ARBY 4430 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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160525 458015 viewsParkeston, SCT train 3PG1 which operates from Perth to Parkes NSW (Goobang Junction), PWWY type PWWY 0016 one of forty well waggons built by Bradken NSW for SCT, loaded with a 48' MFG1 type Rail Containers box SCFU 412534 and a 40' SCT reefer SCTR 039.
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160525 459915 viewsParkeston, SCT train 3PG1 which operates from Perth to Parkes NSW (Goobang Junction), PBHY type covered van PBHY 0036 Greater Freighter, one of a second batch of thirty units built by Gemco WA without the Greater Freighter signage.
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160525 460015 viewsParkeston, SCT train 3PG1 which operates from Perth to Parkes NSW (Goobang Junction), PBHY type covered van PBHY 0010 Greater Freighter, one of thirty five units built by Gemco WA in 2005 with plain white doors.
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160525 460415 viewsParkeston, SCT train 3PG1 which operates from Perth to Parkes NSW (Goobang Junction), PBHY type covered van PBHY 0070 Greater Freighter, built by CSR Meishan Rolling Stock Co China in 2014.
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