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HL Coal Train Brake Van

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HL 334 circa 1976

Steel brake van built by "Commonwealth Engineering", Contract Number 3931, for use on Leigh Creek coal trains. They had a low level roof for fitting under coal loading bins.

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HL/AVLY/AVLP 334

Steel brakevan, designed for use on Leigh Creek coal trains built by "Commonwealth Engineering".
13.8.1976Entered service as "HL 334".
26.11.1982Recoded "AVLY" as part of the ROA brake van reclassification.
-Recoded "AVLP".

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1.1.1988,Stirling North brake AVLP335

HL/AVLY/AVLP 335

Steel brakevan, designed for use on Leigh Creek coal trains built by "Commonwealth Engineering".
25.8.1976Entered service as "HL 335".
26.11.1982Recoded "AVLY" as part of the ROA brake van reclassification.
-Recoded "AVLP".
1.1.1988At Port Augusta, coded "AVLP".

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Low-level brakevan HL 336, taken at Stirling North on 20.08.1978

HL/AVLY/AVLP 336

Steel brakevan, designed for use on Leigh Creek coal trains built by "Commonwealth Engineering".
19.8.1976Entered service as "HL 336".
26.11.1982Recoded "AVLY" as part of the ROA brake van reclassification.
-Recoded "AVLP".

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