The Wagon and Container Pictures thread

 

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  James1709 Locomotive Fireman

Here are some pics I took from a Brisbane bound freighter, I thought the steel wagons were interesting for their detail:



  Z1NorthernProgress2110 Chief Commissioner

Location: Burnie, Tasmania
[img]http://i3.photobucket.com/albums/y57/SLENUT/TasRail%20TQMF%20wagon_zpsdcnhvuk9.jpg[/img]
I believe these are ex South Australia wagons. Was once coded with QM during AN Tasrail/ATN/PN Tasmania. Now coded TQMF with TasRail. The container is a Cronos branded. TasRail trains often have these on board.

[img]http://i3.photobucket.com/albums/y57/SLENUT/TasRail%20TQAY%20112_zpshokauoil.jpg[/img]
CNR built TQAY wagon, made in China, TQAY112-G. I'm not sure how many TasRail have in service, a few have been scrapped due to a derailment near Colebrook last year. The containers are Toll Shipping, the most you will see on TasRail trains.
  Wallip Chief Commissioner

Location: Perth
For anyone interested, the 3 ex Westrail RMWY 3 deck car wagons were scrapped at Forrestfield last week.
  meh Chief Commissioner

Location: Sydney
Hi all,

Finally got around to putting up the first post from my trainspotting adventure last year in Broken Hill. The first is a steel train I got on the 11 March 2015.

Broken Hill March 2015

Cheers,
-Mitch
  DL_Daily Junior Train Controller

Hi all,

Finally got around to putting up the first post from my trainspotting adventure last year in Broken Hill. The first is a steel train I got on the 11 March 2015.

Broken Hill March 2015

Cheers,
-Mitch
meh
Any of the old loco relics still there in the yard ?

I was there in 2014 and took some pics of the area
  meh Chief Commissioner

Location: Sydney
Any of the old loco relics still there in the yard ?

I was there in 2014 and took some pics of the area
DL_Daily
4502 and 4528

I got some pics of them as well Smile

Cheers,
  meh Chief Commissioner

Location: Sydney
12 March 2015
Another quick post from my time in Broken Hill.

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