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160101 230397 viewsWittenoom Gorge, Gorge Mine area, view inside drive No. 2 through the internal set of gates, geodata: -22.3246533 118.3282583 .55555
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151111 951076 viewsA loaded train behind General Eletric ES44DCi units 8113 serial 59105 in the original silver livery and 8145 serial 58726 in the tiger strip Rio livery and C44-9W 9433 serial 54766 in ROBE Pilbara Iron livery runs along on the West Mainline bound for Cape Lambert viewed from Table Hill.55555
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030411 11025942 viewsKimba, view looking south with rail stockpile, silos and loadout bin with rail transport train on the left, station building can be just made out, crew barracks middle of frame in the distance.55555
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141027 5882747 viewsWedgefield, Sell and Parker's metal recycling yard, General Electric AC6000 unit 6071 serial 51063 is reduced to frame level with only the nose which contains the collision posts and the 6600 hp EVO motor and alternator awaiting the thermal lance.55555
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190-19107 viewsDemondrille, NSW Main South, looking south toward the North Box and platforms from the Wombat Road overbridge. The Dock Siding and platform are visible on the right.55555
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190-02148 viewsCootamundra, NSW Main South, looking south from the pedestrian footbridge, loco depot and sanding tower on the left, South signal box in the distance with a rake of NTBX vans.55555
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186-2676 viewsBellevue, Westrail standard gauge light engine movement, train 168 departs the flashbutt sidings crossing Lloyd Street bound for Forrestfield. NB class locomotive NB 1873 a Comeng built ALCo model CE618 serial C-6099-3/WA-79. This unit was originally a WAGR N class on narrow gauge, then reclassed to NA when fitted with air brakes in 1983, and then fitted with ex Mount Newman Mining ALCo M636 bogies in 1994 and classed NB.55555
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186-17134 viewsWoodbridge, Westrail narrow gauge D class locomotive D 1565 Clyde Engineering built EMD model G26CU serial 70-727 leads a loaded coal train of XY type bogie coal hoppers bound for Narngulu - Geraldton about to cross Woodbridge Rd grade crossing.55555
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110-11164 viewsBenalla yard overview, broad gauge V/Line S class S 302 'Edward Henty' Clyde Engineering EMD model A7 serial 57-166, B class B 64 Clyde Engineering EMD model ML2 serial ML2-5 and V/Line T class loco T 403 with serial 67-498 a Clyde Engineering Granville NSW built EMD model G18B with stabled down Wodonga goods train 9303, point indicators.55555
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106-26162 viewsSeymour loco depot, turntable pit, V/Line standard gauge Y class Y 102 Clyde Engineering EMD model G6B serial 63-292, and broad gauge CM class bogie parcel van CM 10 and rail tractors RT class RT?? and RT??55555
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106-20163 viewsSeymour broad gauge passenger stabling yard, V/Line P class P 21 Clyde Engineering EMD model G18HBR serial 84-1214 rebuilt from flat-top T class T 338 Clyde Engineering EMD model G8B serial 56-114 with D van and orange 'Tea Cup' liveried H set SH 28.55555
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105-3590 viewsSeymour loco depot, ex-V/Line broad gauge T class T 357 Clyde Engineering EMD model G8B serial 61-242, still in VR livery under SRHC ownership.55555
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090814 2138r247 viewsWoodstock, FMG General Electric built C44-9W locomotives 002 serial 58179 and 012 serial 58189 power their loaded train through the cutting at the 145 km area near the Marble Bar Rd grade crossing. 14th August 2009.55555
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090122 1804r200 viewsWedgefield, Asset Kinetics yard, off hire units from the FMG railway construction stored awaiting their fate. All Comeng WA ALCo rebuilds, DR 8404 'Vera' serial WA135-C-6040-01 and DR 8402 'Margaret' serial WA135-C-6011-02 are both C636R models, while the obscured unit is DR 8401 'Jean' serial WA143-1 and is a CE636R model.55555
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141027 5825995 viewsWedgefield, view out the back of Sell and Parker's metal recycling yard shows a sorry sight. From left is the frame of an SD40R and prime mover, AC6000 6073, SD40R 3091, AC6000 6075 and SD40 3079. Beside 3079 is the remains of AC6000 unit 6071 having been reduced from one of the most powerful locomotives to work in Australia to a munched up tangled mass of metal, the EVO motor is still in the frame.55555
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180918 0252r271 viewsRoy Hill flat / rail waggon, FA type FA 1202 with a capacity of 127 tonnes and a tare of 33 tonnes, one of five units built by CSR Yangtze Co in China in 2015. Seen here in the rail construction yard. 18th September 2018.44444
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180701 9521r212 viewsThomas Yard, FMG 100 tonne capacity flat waggon F 06. Built by CNR - QRRS in China.44444
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150412 7910222 viewsBoodarie, Roy Hill Tad Yard under construction with an ex-Victorian Railways T class in the Pilbara, who would've thought?! Now owned by CFCLA T class T 387 a Clyde Engineering EMD model G8B serial 65-417 with CFCLA ballast cars. 12th April 2015. View map here.44444
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170727 9642r206 viewsRoy Hill ballast plough waggon, ZP class ZP 0002, built by China Southern Rail in Zhuzhou China, seen here on the BHP line flyover. 27th July 2017. [url=https://goo.gl/maps/HfzKEUc47Pv]View map here[/url.44444
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170727 9631r224 viewsRoy Hill side dump waggon, SA class SA 1601 one of ten built by China Southern Rail in Zhuzhou China, seen here on the BHP line flyover. 27th July 2017. View map here.44444
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