Coote - who owns what?

 
  Jarroo Chief Commissioner

A few corrections needed here :
Former Westrail K202 became D50 (scrapped by South Spur) and D51 is the former Westrail K203 (now owned by Greentrains)
Goldsworthy number 7 was overhauled by South Spur from Goldsworthy state and numbered D48

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  M636C Minister for Railways

A few corrections needed here :Former Westrail K202 became D50 (scrapped by South Spur) and D51 is the former Westrail K203 (now owned by Greentrains)Goldsworthy number 7 was overhauled by South Spur from Goldsworthy state and numbered D48
"Jarroo"


I apologise about K203...

I have seen conflicting renumbering lists for these units, and also for the Tasrail ZC to MKA locomotives.
I'm not even convinced about the renumbering of Robe River 9401 and 9405 (first)

While Goldsworthy 7 wasn't rebuilt until South Spur purchased it, it had carried the number D48 since it first went to NSW.

I have a number of photos of it with that number before it returned to WA.

M636C
  jt393 Assistant Commissioner

Location: los jinetes enmascarados' clubhouse
Have you considered buying a book on Australian Locomotives? There are at least three available including one I've just had published.M636C
"M636C"


You got be beat on that one mate, reading stuff on the Internet is just my prefered thing, rather than reading or looking in books, when it has more information, history and photos that you probably never get on the web. However people sharing info, photos is what I found useful.

I do have books but some of them are dated, just there to tell you history and seeing classic photos, that's not a bad thing either.
  Jarroo Chief Commissioner

We haven't talked much about the WA side yet, so I might ask, what are the D class (D47,D48, D49 & D51)? They look the same as the standard gauge K class.
"jt393"
Most people here are familiar with these locomotives.For a start, D48 is K202 and D51 is K206. So they should look the same.The "D" numbers were used when they were used at the Port Kembla steelworks.D47 was Mount Goldsworthy Mining No 5 and D49 was No 7The MGMA locomotives were numbered 3 to 5, 7 and 8K202 was MGMA 6 and K206 was MGMA 9, having been sold by WAGR to MGMA.Mount Goldsworthy ran the first iron ore railway in the Pilbara from Mt Goldsworthy to Finucane Island (near Port Hedland).The line was taken over by BHP who moved the locomotives to Port Kembla.They were sold to South Spur.Have you considered buying a book on Australian Locomotives? There are at least three available including one I've just had published.M636C
"M636C"


GML No.3  / to BHP, re-numbered D46 (never ran at BHP) /to SSRS as D46 (as little more than a frame) - scrapped by SSRS in NSW  

GML No.4 - scrapped by GML following accident damage

GML No.5 / to BHP, renumbered D47 / to SSRS as D47 / to Greentrains as D47 

WAGR K202 / to GML, renumbered No.6 /to BHP renumbered D50 / to SSRS as D50 in damaged condition - scrapped by SSRS in NSW 

GML No.7/ to BHP, re-numbered D48 (never ran at BHP) / to SSRS as D48/ to Greentrains as D48 

GML No.8/ to BHP, renumbered D49/ to SSRS as D49 / to Greentrains as D49

WAGR K203 / to GML, renumbered No. 9 /to BHP, renumbered D51/ to SSRS as D51 / to Greentrains as D51
  jt393 Assistant Commissioner

Location: los jinetes enmascarados' clubhouse
Just to recap

So K202 & K203 were the only 2 K Class  diesels for the D46 class series, as for the other D46 class series they were build only for private operators rather than operating for WAGR.

E.g: D48 were never from the K class, she was built for other operators in privatisation.

Just like Silverton Tramway's No.27, 28 & 29 weren't build for the 48's nor 830's.

I think I got it now.
  Monke the mechanic Beginner

442s1, s2 and s 5 are owned by green trains. s3 is getting scraped (witch I enjoyed pulling the engine appart in it) the other 2, s4-s6 i have no idear. i think qube owns s6. and for the 600's, 603 and 607 are getting repainted with in the next 2-3 months at gemco parkes.
  jt393 Assistant Commissioner

Location: los jinetes enmascarados' clubhouse



442s1, s2 and s 5 are owned by green trains. s3 is getting scraped (witch I enjoyed pulling the engine appart in it) the other 2, s4-s6 i have no idear. i think qube owns s6. and for the 600's, 603 and 607 are getting repainted with in the next 2-3 months at gemco parkes.

"Monke the mechanic"


442s4 already been renumbered back to 44202, that one is owned by QUBE, while 442s6 is owned by Greentrains.

Are 603 & 607 (originally 600) going to get repainted the same as 602 at Parkes Gemco Depot?

I wonder when 442s2 & 442s5 are going to get their Greentrains decals on?

  Clyde_AT26HC-2M Chief Train Controller

518 is now exposed after a lengthy time stored in the sheds at Gemco Rail, Islington Workshops.

Photos can be found here: http://chappys-modelling.blogspot.com.au/2013/05/518.html
  bingley hall Minister for Railways

Location: Last train to Skaville
518 is now exposed after a lengthy time stored in the sheds at Gemco Rail, Islington Workshops.

Photos can be found here: http://chappys-modelling.blogspot.com.au/2013/05/518.html
Clyde_AT26HC-2M
Left Adelaide on a low loader today bound for Victoria.
  Donald Chief Commissioner

Location: Donald. Duck country.
Why?
  SAR_enthusiast Train Controller

Location: Adelaide, South Australia
Another good South Australian loco poached interstate!

Once its gone its always going to be harder to get it back
  Raichase Captain Rant!

Location: Sydney, NSW
Another good South Australian loco poached interstate!

Once its gone its always going to be harder to get it back
SAR_enthusiast
By that logic then, better that it's gone to a heritage group with a good record, rather than been cut up for scrap. As you said, once it's gone...
  bevans Site Admin

Location: Melbourne, Australia
Any help?

http://www.railpage.com.au/locos/browse/owner/27/

Regards
Brian
  Raichase Captain Rant!

Location: Sydney, NSW
Any help?

http://www.railpage.com.au/locos/browse/owner/27/

Regards
Brian
bevans
Brian,

Coote Industrial is no more - this is a fairly old thread brought up to do with recent developments about one of their former assets.
  wn514 Chief Commissioner

Location: at a skyhooks concert living in the 70's
Another good South Australian loco poached interstate!

Once its gone its always going to be harder to get it back
SAR_enthusiast

did you say a good loco? I hope there was a bit of tongue in cheek there!!!

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