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In April 1978, three GE Transportation C36-7 class 50s (5057-5059) were delivered by A Goninan & Co, Broadmeadow. These were withdrawn in 1997 and sold to the National Railway Equipment Company in August 1998 and exported to the United States. [30] Everyone was leased to the Norfolk Southern Railway. In 2006, one was sold to the Minnesota Commercial Railroad and the other two to FIAGRIL, a Brazilian soybean company that had entered into a transportation agreement with Brasil Ferrovias-FERRONORTE in the state of San Pablo and the state of Mato Grosso. Today, the former HI 5058 belongs to the ABPF – Brazilian Preservation Railway Association and runs on tourist and special trains. (Rodrigo José Cunha – railway researcher and member of the ABPF). In 1982, five Class 60 Electro Motive Diesel SD50S (6060-6064) were manufactured by Clyde Engineering, Rosewater. The network is larger than any other privately owned Australian truck train network. The total length of its course is about 1300 km (807.78 miles). [1] Versions of this Act (including consolidations, reproductions and versions “like past versions”) were supported by subsidiary legislation under this Act (current versions) Between October 1971 and June 1980, C.R.R.I.A 12 MLW M-636 Lokomotiven (9410-9416 & 9421-9425).

In May 1981, another (9424) was purchased by the Burlington Northern Railroad. In 1986, two more were purchased by Conrail and converted into CE636Rs in Comeng, Bassendean, before being in service in 9426 and 9427. [28] In May 1989, another (9417) was purchased by Burlington North Railroad and converted by A Goninan &Co, Perth. Between June 1989 and April 1996, 12 others were transformed by A Goninan & Co into CM40-8M. In 2012, some were sold to Chicago Freight Car Leasing Australia and transferred to UGL Rail, Perth, for overhaul. Only one has been commissioned. [35] Between 1981 and 1985, 24 were transformed by Comeng, Bassendean, with new cabins called CE636Rs. [29] Most were withdrawn in 1995, 10 were sold to Austrac Ready Power and shipped to Perth for a cancelled reconstruction.

[30] One (3017) was received by the Pilbara Railway Historical Society. [27] [28] Please note that the link to this page has been updated to law_a401.html. In 1972 began a derailment program of the original railway. This year, 12 km (7.46 miles) of 59 kg/m (119 lb/yd) track and dog pallis have been replaced by 68 kg/m (137 lb/yd) track and pandrol clips…