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Wagons and containers

Photos of various freight wagons - if I know what train they are on then the photos are sorted into albums by operator and service, otherwise they are in albums by wagon code. You can view the new wagon and container photos in the order they were uploaded at this page.

Motorail

Car carrying wagons used for Motorail services

NGGF sugar hoppers

26 January 2010

Used to convey sugar from Grafton in NSW to the Manildra Group sidings at North Dynon

NGKF grain hoppers

18 October 2008

NGPF grain hoppers

9 October 2010

NOFF open ore wagons

20 February 2017

PHAY hopper wagons

15 March 2017

PQYY articulated container wagon

29 September 2010

With a single bogie between the wells: most Australian multi-unit well wagons have separate bogies, the drawbars linking them instead

QB well wagons

6 June 2009

QQAY container flats

2 October 2010

Built in 2000 as the BEZY class on the Queensland narrow gauge, in late 2004 a number were converted to standard gauge by QR National as the QQAY class.

QQEY container flats

3 October 2009

Ex-Australian National container wagons now owned by QR National, fitted with electrical connections for refrigerated containers

QQGY container flats

10 September 2010

Former FQX type container wagons, now with QR National

QQJY container flats

2 October 2010

Ex-ANR container wagons, now owned by QR National

QQOY container flats

2 October 2010

Ex-ARG AQEY 2 pack articulated container flat, now with QR National

QQPY container flats

2 October 2010

Ex-ARG AQKY 2 pack articulated container flat, now with QR National

QR National online refuelling tankers

9 January 2017

These appeared in late 2010 in what seemed to be a test for QR National, since they they seem to pop up on the east-west services to Adelaide and Perth.

RCAY steel wire wagons

Used to transport 'Contistretch' coil

Roadrailers

27 July 2006

Operated by Australian National in the 1990s under the Trailerail brand.

RQOC coil steel wagons

7 July 2012

Jumbo coil wagons converted from existing VQOF/RKLX wagons in 2012, for the Pacific National coil steel traffic

SCT wagons

12 January 2017

Various container wagons, box vans and refrigerated wagons as used by SCT Logistics on their Melbourne - Perth - Adelaide - Parkes services.

SCT wagons - Dooen freight

11 January 2017

SCT Logistics mixes their own container wagons with wagons hired from CFCLA on their Melbourne-Dooen freight service

SQDY container flats

28 January 2017

SQEF container wagons

12 April 2014

80 foot long container wagons used by Qube Logistics on the broad gauge Maryvale freight service. Tare of 23.5T, capacity 76.5T. The bogies have wide bolsters and the wheel sets have a straight section for the wheel to be pressed in to SG.

Steel wagons - standard gauge

17 November 2010

Various wagons as used on the standard gauge steel trains - for wagons with loads showing, I have included which city and direction the train was headed - WA is westbound, Port Kembla is eastbound

VBBX box vans

30 June 2012

VBCW box vans

20 May 2010

VECX container flats

6 June 2010

Fitted with electrical connections for refrigerated containers

VEKX container wagons

11 March 2017

VEKX containers wagons are VFKX flat wagons modified to provide head end power to refrigerated containers loaded on them.

VFCX log wagons

11 November 2007

Former VQLX container wagons with added stanchions for carrying logs

VFHX log wagons

12 July 2009

VFNX flat wagons with added stanchions for log traffic

VFLX flat wagons

20 May 2010

VFTX log wagons

2 May 2010

Cut down VLEX louvre vans with added stanchions for log traffic

VFWX log wagons

16 August 2008

VQKX / VKKX flat wagons with added stanchions for log traffic

VHGF grain hoppers

18 January 2017

VHKY grain hoppers

25 January 2016

Built by Alstom at Ballarat

VHLY grain hoppers

10 January 2009

Refurbished by Bradken Rail

VHNY grain hoppers

10 January 2009

VHSF sand hoppers

26 April 2008

VLCX louvre vans

16 June 2010

VLDX louvre vans

20 May 2010

Built as the VHX they were a prototype of the VSX/VLEX. The main difference was the lack of horizontal stiffening ribs along the sides, and the doors opened to only one side.

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