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P07701131 viewsPerth Station, street side view looking east. Scarborough Bus Service bus in the forecourt departing
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P07702112 viewsD class 6, "Leonora" on Leonora to Gwalia tramway with double deck carriages, crew and passengers on steps. Opposite side view to P5124
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P07703102 viewsL class 251, signals, station platform, Kalgoorlie, freight train
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P0770491 viewsK class 209, front and side view, train of empty iron ore hoppers,
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P07705142 viewsXB class 1032 "YEITHI", XB class 1008 "WARRANGOO", X class 1004 "KADJERDEN" in pink livery, near Neeralin Pool, goods train
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P07706113 viewsA class 1502, near York, goods train
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P07707119 viewsR class 1901 with chain handrails, train of XC class bauxite hoppers, green Z class brakevan, Kwinana to Jarrahdale line, en route to Kwinana
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P0770894 viewsF class 40, Leighton Yard, awaiting to depart for Midland with goods train.
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P07709131 viewsXA class 1409 "UNAMBAL", nickel concentrate train, Norseman, CE line, on Widgiemooltha to Esperance train.
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P07710101 viewsL class 262 double heading with another L class, Koolyanobbing, being loaded with iron ore.
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P07711140 viewsL class 251, Bellevue, bound for Koolyanobbing with empty iron ore train. This was the units initial iron ore revenue service
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P07712102 viewsShunting tractor,ST11, suspended on self contained turntable
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P07713110 viewsARS class 421 second class carriage, Midland Workshops, side and end view, in cream and green livery
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P0771481 viewsWAGT Ford bus No.1, front and side view
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P07715114 views1 of 8 views of the burnt down running shed at Port Hedland, PM line on 9.10.1950, the night before the annual visit by the Chief Boiler inspector (Jack Farr), accompanied by a fitter (Ted Bosworth) and a boiler maker. G class 234 was badly damaged in the fire. G class 234 amid the ruins of the shed with H class 22 and G class32 behind the debris
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P0771691 views2 of 8 views of the burnt down running shed at Port Hedland, PM line on 9.10.1950, the night before the annual visit by the Chief Boiler inspector (Jack Farr), accompanied by a fitter (Ted Bosworth) and a boiler maker. G class 234 was badly damaged in fire. Similar view to P7715
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P07717103 views3 of 8 views of the burnt down running shed at Port Hedland, PM line on 9.10.1950, the night before the annual visit by the Chief Boiler inspector (Jack Farr), accompanied by a fitter (Ted Bosworth) and a boiler maker. G class 234 was badly damaged in the fire, side view of fire damaged G class 234
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P0771899 views4 of 8 views of the burnt down running shed at Port Hedland, PM line on 9.10.1950, the night before the annual visit by the Chief Boiler inspector (Jack Farr), accompanied by a fitter (Ted Bosworth) and a boiler maker. G class 234 was badly damaged in the fire. similar view to P7717
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P0771998 views5 of 8 views of the burnt down running shed at Port Hedland, PM line on 9.10.1950, the night before the annual visit by the Chief Boiler inspector (Jack Farr), accompanied by a fitter (Ted Bosworth) and a boiler maker. G class 234 was badly damaged in the fire. View of shed debris with H class 22 in background
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P0772094 views6 of 8 views of the burnt down running shed at Port Hedland, PM line on 9.10.1950, the night before the annual visit by the Chief Boiler inspector (Jack Farr), accompanied by a fitter (Ted Bosworth) and a boiler maker. G class 234 was badly damaged in the fire, side view of G class 234
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