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    Porter HK No6670.21
Gauge.  3'.00
     
     
    Loco 18 in the Ingot Yard. Scrapped 1966..Porter HK No6670.21 Gauge. 3'.00

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    Ex SMR No 13    0-8-2T  Avonside1541/1908
     
     
    Loco 29, notice Steam Crane in background. 1949. Ex SMR No 13 0-8-2T Avonside1541/1908

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    Porter No 6414- 19
     
     
    Old Steam Loco Number 13 side tracked. Scrapped 1961 Porter No 6414- 19

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    Transfered to BHP Whyalla 1962
     
     
    Loco 25. June 1938

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    The Loco is No 5 which was scrapped in 1961
HK Porter No 5762-15
     
     
    Steam Crane No 2. August 1939,

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    Hk Porter - No 6941-24
     
     
    Loco 20 at Wharf with Coal Wagons. 4.3.57 Scrapped 1960

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    Porter No 6413-19
Gauge.  3'.00
     
     
    Loco 15 Taken 1939..... Scrapped 1966 Porter No 6413-19 Gauge. 3'.00

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    Slag Pots were known to light up the Newcastle Sky when tipped at night:
     
     
    Newcastle BHP first Blast Furnace, notice the Slag Pots on the side of Furnace. The Steam Loco is waiting while they are being loaded with slag:

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    Polished and ready to go.

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    Brambles Breakdown Truck at the ready.

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    Notice the operator on the back:
     
     
    Steam at the Narrow Gauge with a train of Ingot Molds.

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    Steam Loco 26 at your service.

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    Number 23 Side Tracked. 20.10.1971 Waiting for
 a new home.
     
     
    BHP Steam Loco Number 23.

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    Waiting for operation after service from
Wagon Builder "Sam" the Jordon Spreader is very rare,
starting life as a Snow Plow in America and if now
located at Richmond Vale Rail Museum.
It is the only one in the Southern part of the world.
     
     
    Jordon Spredder under steam

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