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BAS Ballast Wagons -- BA 506 to 630

Ballast wagons. A total of 125 built, 65 by Gray Brothers of Victoria, and 60 by Westralia Ironworks in 1915.

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586 to 605 606 to 625 626 to 630

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BAS 506

Hopper wagon.
28.7.1916Entered service as "BAS" ballast hopper. Built by Westralian Ironworks.
7.11.1962Written off[blc]

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BAS 507

Hopper wagon.
26.7.1916Entered service as "BAS" ballast hopper. Built by Westralian Ironworks.
23.8.1965Sold to BHP[blc]

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BAS 508

Hopper wagon.
28.7.1916Entered service as "BAS" ballast hopper. Built by Westralian Ironworks.
9.6.1964Written off[blc]
1.1965Sold to the Western Australian Government Railway as part of a group of 64 standard gauge wagons.

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BAS 509

Hopper wagon.
21.3.1916Entered service as "BAS" ballast hopper. Built by Westralian Ironworks.
27.2.1964Written off[blc]

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BAS 510 BAS 510

BAS 510

Hopper wagon.
21.3.1916Entered service as "BAS" ballast hopper. Built by Westralian Ironworks.
9.6.1964Written off[blc]
1.1965Sold to the Western Australian Government Railway as part of a group of 64 standard gauge wagons.
-To Australian railway Historical Society (Western Australian Division).

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BAS 511

Hopper wagon.
21.3.1916Entered service as "BAS" ballast hopper. Built by Westralian Ironworks.
9.6.1964Written off[blc]
1.1965Sold to the Western Australian Government Railway as part of a group of 64 standard gauge wagons.

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BAS 512

Hopper wagon.
21.3.1916Entered service as "BAS" ballast hopper. Built by Westralian Ironworks.
27.2.1964Written off[blc]

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BAS 513

Hopper wagon.
31.31916Entered service as "BAS" ballast hopper. Built by Westralian Ironworks.
9.6.1964Written off[blc]
1.1965Sold to the Western Australian Government Railway as part of a group of 64 standard gauge wagons.

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BAS 514

Hopper wagon.
21.3.1916Entered service as "BAS" ballast hopper. Built by Westralian Ironworks.
29.5.1956Written off[blc]

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BAS 515

Hopper wagon.
21.3.1916Entered service as "BAS" ballast hopper. Built by Westralian Ironworks.
9.6.1964Written off[blc]
1.1965Sold to the Western Australian Government Railway as part of a group of 64 standard gauge wagons.

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BAS 516

Hopper wagon.
21.3.1916Entered service as "BAS" ballast hopper. Built by Westralian Ironworks.
27.3.1964Written off[blc]
1967Reinstated and loaned to SAR[blc]
2.3.1972Written off[blc]

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BAS 517

Hopper wagon.
16.5.1916Entered service as "BAS" ballast hopper. Built by Westralian Ironworks.
9.6.1964Written off[blc]
1.1965Sold to the Western Australian Government Railway as part of a group of 64 standard gauge wagons.
5.10.1970Written off[blc]

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BAS 518

Hopper wagon.
9.5.1916Entered service as "BAS" ballast hopper. Built by Westralian Ironworks.
27.2.1964Written off[blc]

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BAS 519

Hopper wagon.
13.3.1916Entered service as "BAS" ballast hopper. Built by Westralian Ironworks.
9.6.1964Written off[blc]
1.1965Sold to the Western Australian Government Railway as part of a group of 64 standard gauge wagons.

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BAS 520

Hopper wagon.
11.4.1916Entered service as "BAS" ballast hopper. Built by Westralian Ironworks.
23.8.1965Sold to BHP[blc]

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BAS 521

Hopper wagon.
21.3.1916Entered service as "BAS" ballast hopper. Built by Westralian Ironworks.
2.2.1964Written off[blc]
1967Reinstated and loaned to SAR[blc]
2.3.1972Written off[blc]

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BAS 522

Hopper wagon.
4.4.1916Entered service as "BAS" ballast hopper. Built by Westralian Ironworks.
9.6.1964Written off[blc]
1.1965Sold to the Western Australian Government Railway as part of a group of 64 standard gauge wagons.

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BAS 523

Hopper wagon.
4.4.1916Entered service as "BAS" ballast hopper. Built by Westralian Ironworks.
9.6.1964Written off[blc]
1.1965Sold to the Western Australian Government Railway as part of a group of 64 standard gauge wagons.

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BAS 524

Hopper wagon.
1.4.1916Entered service as "BAS" ballast hopper. Built by Westralian Ironworks.
25.9.1956Written off[blc]

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BAS 525

Hopper wagon.
21.3.1916Entered service as "BAS" ballast hopper. Built by Westralian Ironworks.
27.2.1964Written off[blc]
5.10.1970Sold as scrap[blc]

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BAS 526

Hopper wagon.
21.3.1916Entered service as "BAS" ballast hopper. Built by Westralian Ironworks.
9.6.1964Written off[blc]
1.1965Sold to the Western Australian Government Railway as part of a group of 64 standard gauge wagons.

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BAS 527

Hopper wagon.
9.5.1916Entered service as "BAS" ballast hopper. Built by Westralian Ironworks.
9.6.1964Written off[blc]
1.1965Sold to the Western Australian Government Railway as part of a group of 64 standard gauge wagons.

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BAS 528

Hopper wagon.
8.5.1916Entered service as "BAS" ballast hopper. Built by Westralian Ironworks.
7.11.1962Written off[blc]
-Ended up being used as a loading bin at a site on the Port Augusta to Whyalla road.

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BAS 529

Hopper wagon.
9.5.1916Entered service as "BAS" ballast hopper. Built by Westralian Ironworks.
9.6.1964Written off[blc]
1.1965Sold to the Western Australian Government Railway as part of a group of 64 standard gauge wagons.

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BAS 530

Hopper wagon.
4.5.1916Entered service as "BAS" ballast hopper. Built by Westralian Ironworks.
9.6.1964Written off[blc]
1.1965Sold to the Western Australian Government Railway as part of a group of 64 standard gauge wagons.

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BAS 531

Hopper wagon.
1.5.1916Entered service as "BAS" ballast hopper. Built by Westralian Ironworks.
9.6.1964Written off[blc]
1.1965Sold to the Western Australian Government Railway as part of a group of 64 standard gauge wagons.

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BAS 532

Hopper wagon.
25.4.1916Entered service as "BAS" ballast hopper. Built by Westralian Ironworks.
9.6.1964Written off[blc]
1.1965Sold to the Western Australian Government Railway as part of a group of 64 standard gauge wagons.

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BAS 533

Hopper wagon.
6.4.1916Entered service as "BAS" ballast hopper. Built by Westralian Ironworks.
9.6.1964Written off[blc]
1.1965Sold to the Western Australian Government Railway as part of a group of 64 standard gauge wagons.

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BAS 534

Hopper wagon.
5.4.1916Entered service as "BAS" ballast hopper. Built by Westralian Ironworks.
9.6.1964Written off[blc]
1.1965Sold to the Western Australian Government Railway as part of a group of 64 standard gauge wagons.

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BAS 535

Hopper wagon.
2.5.1916Entered service as "BAS" ballast hopper. Built by Westralian Ironworks.
9.6.1964Written off[blc]
1.1965Sold to the Western Australian Government Railway as part of a group of 64 standard gauge wagons.

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BAS 536

Hopper wagon.
4.5.1916Entered service as "BAS" ballast hopper. Built by Westralian Ironworks.
28.2.1961Writtenoff[blc]

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BAS 537

Hopper wagon.
26.4.1916Entered service as "BAS" ballast hopper. Built by Westralian Ironworks.
27.2.1964Written off[blc]

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BAS 538

Hopper wagon.
25.4.1916Entered service as "BAS" ballast hopper. Built by Westralian Ironworks.
9.6.1964Written off[blc]
1.1965Sold to the Western Australian Government Railway as part of a group of 64 standard gauge wagons.

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BAS 539

Hopper wagon.
11.4.1916Entered service as "BAS" ballast hopper. Built by Westralian Ironworks.
27.2.1964Writtenoff[blc]
1967Reinstated and loaned to SAR[blc]

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BAS 540

Hopper wagon.
11.4.1916Entered service as "BAS" ballast hopper. Built by Westralian Ironworks.
9.6.1964Written off[blc]
1.1965Sold to the Western Australian Government Railway as part of a group of 64 standard gauge wagons.

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BAS 541

Hopper wagon.
13.4.1916Entered service as "BAS" ballast hopper. Built by Westralian Ironworks.
9.6.1964Written off[blc]
1.1965Sold to the Western Australian Government Railway as part of a group of 64 standard gauge wagons.

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BAS 542

Hopper wagon.
12.4.1916Entered service as "BAS" ballast hopper. Built by Westralian Ironworks.
17.9.1956Written off[blc]

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BAS 543

Hopper wagon.
17.4.1916Entered service as "BAS" ballast hopper. Built by Westralian Ironworks.
9.6.1964Written off[blc]
1.1965Sold to the Western Australian Government Railway as part of a group of 64 standard gauge wagons.

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BAS 544

Hopper wagon.
14.4.1916Entered service as "BAS" ballast hopper. Built by Westralian Ironworks.
17.9.1956Written off[blc]

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BAS 545

Hopper wagon.
17.4.1916Entered service as "BAS" ballast hopper. Built by Westralian Ironworks.
9.6.1964Written off[blc]
1.1965Sold to the Western Australian Government Railway as part of a group of 64 standard gauge wagons.

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BAS 546

Hopper wagon.
15.4.1916Entered service as "BAS" ballast hopper. Built by Westralian Ironworks.
9.6.1964Written off[blc]
1.1965Sold to the Western Australian Government Railway as part of a group of 64 standard gauge wagons.

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BAS 547

Hopper wagon.
27.4.1916Entered service as "BAS" ballast hopper. Built by Westralian Ironworks.
17.9.1956Written off[blc]

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BAS 548

Hopper wagon.
19.4.1916Entered service as "BAS" ballast hopper. Built by Westralian Ironworks.
9.6.1964Written off[blc]
1.1965Sold to the Western Australian Government Railway as part of a group of 64 standard gauge wagons.

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BAS 549

Hopper wagon.
7.7.1916Entered service as "BAS" ballast hopper. Built by Westralian Ironworks.
9.6.1964Written off[blc]
1.1965Sold to the Western Australian Government Railway as part of a group of 64 standard gauge wagons.

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BAS 550

Hopper wagon.
26.7.1916Entered service as "BAS" ballast hopper. Built by Westralian Ironworks.
9.6.1964Written off[blc]
1.1965Sold to the Western Australian Government Railway as part of a group of 64 standard gauge wagons.

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BAS 551

Hopper wagon.
30.6.1916Entered service as "BAS" ballast hopper. Built by Westralian Ironworks.
24.12.1962Written off[blc]

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BAS 552

Hopper wagon.
7.7.1916Entered service as "BAS" ballast hopper. Built by Westralian Ironworks.
27.2.1964Written off[blc]

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BAS 553

Hopper wagon.
4.5.1916Entered service as "BAS" ballast hopper. Built by Westralian Ironworks.
9.6.1964Written off[blc]
1.1965Sold to the Western Australian Government Railway as part of a group of 64 standard gauge wagons.

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BAS 554

Hopper wagon.
5.5.1916Entered service as "BAS" ballast hopper. Built by Westralian Ironworks.
28.2.1961Written off[blc]

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BAS 555

Hopper wagon.
12.6.1916Entered service as "BAS" ballast hopper. Built by Westralian Ironworks.
27.2.1964Written off[blc]

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BAS 556

Hopper wagon.
12.6.1916Entered service as "BAS" ballast hopper. Built by Westralian Ironworks.
27.2.1964Written off[blc]
1967Reinstated and loaned to SAR[blc]
1970Cut up[blc]

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BAS 557

Hopper wagon.
25.6.1916Entered service as "BAS" ballast hopper. Built by Westralian Ironworks.
27.2.1964Written off[blc]

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BAS 558

Hopper wagon.
20.5.1916Entered service as "BAS" ballast hopper. Built by Westralian Ironworks.
9.6.1964Written off[blc]
1.1965Sold to the Western Australian Government Railway as part of a group of 64 standard gauge wagons.

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BAS 559

Hopper wagon.
25.5.1916Entered service as "BAS" ballast hopper. Built by Westralian Ironworks.
23.8.1965Sold to BHP[blc]

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BAS 560

Hopper wagon.
20.5.1916Entered service as "BAS" ballast hopper. Built by Westralian Ironworks.
27.2.1964Written off[blc]

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BAS 561

Hopper wagon.
24.5.1916Entered service as "BAS" ballast hopper. Built by Westralian Ironworks.
9.6.1964Written off[blc]
1.1965Sold to the Western Australian Government Railway as part of a group of 64 standard gauge wagons.

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BAS 562

Hopper wagon.
23.5.1916Entered service as "BAS" ballast hopper. Built by Westralian Ironworks.
9.6.1964Written off[blc]
1.1965Sold to the Western Australian Government Railway as part of a group of 64 standard gauge wagons.

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B 563

BAS 563

29.5.1916Entered service as "BAS" ballast hopper. Built by Westralian Ironworks.
9.6.1964Written off[blc]
1.1965Sold to the Western Australian Government Railway as part of a group of 64 standard gauge wagons.
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BAS 564

Hopper wagon.
30.5.1916Entered service as "BAS" ballast hopper. Built by Westralian Ironworks.
7.11.1962Written off[blc]
-Ended up being used as a loading bin at a site on the Port Augusta to Whyalla road.

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BAS 565

Hopper wagon.
27.5.1916Entered service as "BAS" ballast hopper. Built by Westralian Ironworks.
17.9.1956Written off[blc]

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BAS 566

Hopper wagon.
4.11.1915Entered service as "BAS" ballast hopper. Built by Gray Brothers.
17.9.1956Written off[blc]

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BAS 567

Hopper wagon.
4.11.1915Entered service as "BAS" ballast hopper. Built by Gray Brothers.
9.6.1964Written off[blc]
1.1965Sold to the Western Australian Government Railway as part of a group of 64 standard gauge wagons.

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BAS 568

Hopper wagon.
8.11.1915Entered service as "BAS" ballast hopper. Built by Gray Brothers.
9.6.1964Written off[blc]
1.1965Sold to the Western Australian Government Railway as part of a group of 64 standard gauge wagons.

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BAS 569

Hopper wagon.
19.11.1915Entered service as "BAS" ballast hopper. Built by Gray Brothers.
9.6.1964Written off[blc]
1.1965Sold to the Western Australian Government Railway as part of a group of 64 standard gauge wagons.

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BAS 570

Hopper wagon.
16.11.1915Entered service as "BAS" ballast hopper. Built by Gray Brothers.
23.8.1965Sold to [blc]

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BAS 571

Hopper wagon.
4.11.1915Entered service as "BAS" ballast hopper. Built by Gray Brothers.
23.8.1965Sold to [blc]

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BAS 572

Hopper wagon.
16.11.1915Entered service as "BAS" ballast hopper. Built by Gray Brothers.
9.6.1964Written off[blc]
1.1965Sold to the Western Australian Government Railway as part of a group of 64 standard gauge wagons.

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BAS 573

Hopper wagon.
16.11.1915Entered service as "BAS" ballast hopper. Built by Gray Brothers.
1967Loaned to SAR[blc]
5.10.1970Cut up and sold as scrap[blc]

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BAS 574

Hopper wagon.
16.11.1915Entered service as "BAS" ballast hopper. Built by Gray Brothers.
9.6.1964Written off[blc]
1.1965Sold to the Western Australian Government Railway as part of a group of 64 standard gauge wagons.

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BAS 575

Hopper wagon.
19.11.1915Entered service as "BAS" ballast hopper. Built by Gray Brothers.
9.6.1964Written off[blc]
1.1965Sold to the Western Australian Government Railway as part of a group of 64 standard gauge wagons.

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BAS 576

Hopper wagon.
19.11.1915Entered service as "BAS" ballast hopper. Built by Gray Brothers.
9.6.1964Written off[blc]
1.1965Sold to the Western Australian Government Railway as part of a group of 64 standard gauge wagons.

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BAS 577

Hopper wagon.
2.3.1916Entered service as "BAS" ballast hopper. Built by Gray Brothers.
23.8.1965Sold to [blc]

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BAS 578

Hopper wagon.
2.3.1916Entered service as "BAS" ballast hopper. Built by Gray Bros.
7.11.1962Written off[blc]

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BAS 579

Hopper wagon.
23.11.1915Entered service as "BAS" ballast hopper. Built by Gray Brothers.
9.6.1964Written off[blc]
1.1965Sold to the Western Australian Government Railway as part of a group of 64 standard gauge wagons.

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BAS 580

Hopper wagon.
2.3.1916Entered service as "BAS" ballast hopper. Built by Gray Brothers.
27.2.1964Written off[blc]

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BAS 581

Hopper wagon.
2.3.1916Entered service as "BAS" ballast hopper. Built by Gray Brothers.
9.6.1964Written off[blc]
1.1965Sold to the Western Australian Government Railway as part of a group of 64 standard gauge wagons.

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BAS 582

Hopper wagon.
1.12.1915Entered service as "BAS" ballast hopper. Built by Gray Brothers.
17.9.1956Written off[blc]

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BAS 583

Hopper wagon.
1.3.1916Entered service as "BAS" ballast hopper. Built by Gray Brothers.
23.8.1965Sold to [blc]

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BAS 584

Hopper wagon.
1.3.1916Entered service as "BAS" ballast hopper. Built by Gray Brothers.
27.2.1964Written off[blc]

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BAS 585

Hopper wagon.
24.11.1915Entered service as "BAS" ballast hopper. Built by Gray Brothers.
27.2.1964Written off[blc]

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BAS 586

Hopper wagon.
24.11.1915Entered service as "BAS" ballast hopper. Built by Gray Brothers.
9.6.1964Written off[blc]
1.1965Sold to the Western Australian Government Railway as part of a group of 64 standard gauge wagons.

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BAS 587

Hopper wagon.
18.12.1915Entered service as "BAS" ballast hopper. Built by Gray Brothers.
9.6.1964Written off[blc]
1.1965Sold to the Western Australian Government Railway as part of a group of 64 standard gauge wagons.

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BAS 588

Hopper wagon.
18.12.1915Entered service as "BAS" ballast hopper. Built by Gray Brothers.
9.6.1964Written off[blc]
1.1965Sold to the Western Australian Government Railway as part of a group of 64 standard gauge wagons.

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BAS 589

Hopper wagon.
23.11.1915Entered service as "BAS" ballast hopper. Built by Gray Brothers.
9.6.1964Written off[blc]
1.1965Sold to the Western Australian Government Railway as part of a group of 64 standard gauge wagons.

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BAS 590

Hopper wagon.
16.2.1916Entered service as "BAS" ballast hopper. Built by Gray Brothers.
9.6.1964Written off[blc]
1.1965Sold to the Western Australian Government Railway as part of a group of 64 standard gauge wagons.

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BAS 591

Hopper wagon.
18.2.1916Entered service as "BAS" ballast hopper. Built by Gray Brothers.
9.6.1964Written off[blc]
1.1965Sold to the Western Australian Government Railway as part of a group of 64 standard gauge wagons.

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BAS 592

Hopper wagon.
17.2.1916Entered service as "BAS" ballast hopper. Built by Gray Brothers.
24.12.1962Written off[blc]

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BAS 593

Hopper wagon.
24.11.1915Entered service as "BAS" ballast hopper. Built by Gray Brothers.
27.2.1964Written off[blc]

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BAS 594

Hopper wagon.
23.11.1915Entered service as "BAS" ballast hopper. Built by Gray Brothers.
9.6.1964Written off[blc]
1.1965Sold to the Western Australian Government Railway as part of a group of 64 standard gauge wagons.

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BAS 595

Hopper wagon.
17.2.1916Entered service as "BAS" ballast hopper. Built by Gray Brothers.

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BAS 596

Hopper wagon.
16.2.1916Entered service as "BAS" ballast hopper. Built by Gray Brothers.
23.8.1965Sold to [blc]

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BAS 597

Hopper wagon.
29.2.1916Entered service as "BAS" ballast hopper. Built by Gray Brothers.
9.6.1964Written off[blc]
1.1965Sold to the Western Australian Government Railway as part of a group of 64 standard gauge wagons.

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BAS 598

Hopper wagon.
29.2.1916Entered service as "BAS" ballast hopper. Built by Gray Brothers.
17.9.1956Written off[blc]

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BAS 599

Hopper wagon.
29.2.1916Entered service as "BAS" ballast hopper. Built by Gray Brothers.
9.6.1964Written off[blc]
1.1965Sold to the Western Australian Government Railway as part of a group of 64 standard gauge wagons.

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BAS 600

Hopper wagon.
15.2.1916Entered service as "BAS" ballast hopper. Built by Gray Brothers.
3.11.1965Transferred to Canberra, ACT. - transferr possibly actually took place on 3.4.1966[blc]
1985To Australian Railway Historical Society, ACT Division.

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BAS 601

Hopper wagon.
12.2.1916Entered service as "BAS" ballast hopper. Built by Gray Brothers.
17.9.1956Written off[blc]

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BAS 602

Hopper wagon.
29.2.1916Entered service as "BAS" ballast hopper. Built by Gray Brothers.
22.2.1956Recommeneded for scrapping as a result of derailment[blc]
27.2.1964Written off[blc]
3.11.1966Transferred to Canberra, ACT Railway
1985To Australian Railway Historical Society, ACT Division.

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BAS 603

Hopper wagon.
10.2.1916Entered service as "BAS" ballast hopper. Built by Gray Brothers.
27.2.1964Written off[blc]

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BAS 604

Hopper wagon.
8.12.1915Entered service as "BAS" ballast hopper. Built by Gray Brothers.
24.12.1962Written off[blc]

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BAS 605

Hopper wagon.
15.3.1916Entered service as "BAS" ballast hopper. Built by Gray Brothers.
23.8.1965Sold to BHP [blc]

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BAS 606

Hopper wagon.
10.3.1916Entered service as "BAS" ballast hopper. Built by Gray Brothers.
23.8.1965Sold to BHP [blc]

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BAS 607

Hopper wagon.
29.2.1916Entered service as "BAS" ballast hopper. Built by Gray Brothers.
23.8.1965Sold to BHP [blc]

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BAS 608

Hopper wagon.
22.2.1916Entered service as "BAS" ballast hopper. Built by Gray Brothers.
27.2.1964Written off[blc]
5.10.1970Cut up[blc]

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BAS 609

Hopper wagon.
11.2.1916Entered service as "BAS" ballast hopper. Built by Gray Brothers.
23.8.1965Sold to BHP [blc]

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BAS 610

Hopper wagon.
11.2.1916Entered service as "BAS" ballast hopper. Built by Gray Brothers.
28.2.1961Written off[blc]

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BAS 611

Hopper wagon.
10.3.1916Entered service as "BAS" ballast hopper. Built by Gray Brothers.
27.2.1964Written off[blc]
3.11.1966To the ACT Railway, Canberra[blc]

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BAS 612

Hopper wagon.
9.3.1916Entered service as "BAS" ballast hopper. Built by Gray Brothers.
28.2.1961Written off[blc]

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BAS 613

Hopper wagon.
11.3.1916Entered service as "BAS" ballast hopper. Built by Gray Brothers.
27.2.1964Written off[blc]

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BAS 614

Hopper wagon.
9.3.1916Entered service as "BAS" ballast hopper. Built by Gray Brothers.
20.10.1960Sold as scrap[blc]

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8<sup>th</sup> March 2001,Commonwealth Railways ballast hopper BAS 615 - just arrived 8<sup>th</sup> March 2001,Commonwealth Railways ballast hopper BAS 615 - just arrived

BAS 615

Hopper wagon.
11.3.1916Entered service as "BAS" ballast hopper. Built by Gray Brothers.
23.8.1965Sold to BHP for use on the Coffin Bay Tramway.
1999Sold to Raptis at Port Lincoln for scrap.
2001Purchased by Nick Doncaster and donated to Port Dock Station Railway Museum.
6.3.2001To Port Dock Station Railway Museum.

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BAS 616

Hopper wagon.
21.2.1916Entered service as "BAS" ballast hopper. Built by Gray Brothers.
27.2.1964Written off[blc]

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BAS 617

Hopper wagon.
11.3.1916Entered service as "BAS" ballast hopper. Built by Gray Brothers.
27.2.1964Written off[blc]

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BAS 618

Hopper wagon.
21.2.1916Entered service as "BAS" ballast hopper. Built by Gray Brothers.
22.2.1956Scrapped on account of derailment[blc]
17.9.1956Written off[blc]

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BAS 619

Hopper wagon.
15.3.1916Entered service as "BAS" ballast hopper. Built by Gray Brothers.
22.2.1956Scrapped on account of derailment[blc]
17.9.1956Written off[blc]

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BAS 620

Hopper wagon.
11.3.1916Entered service as "BAS" ballast hopper. Built by Gray Brothers.
27.2.1964Written off[blc]

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BAS 621

Hopper wagon.
15.3.1916Entered service as "BAS" ballast hopper. Built by Gray Brothers.
23.8.1965Sold to BHP [blc]

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BAS 622

Hopper wagon.
29.2.1916Entered service as "BAS" ballast hopper. Built by Gray Brothers.
28.2.1961Written off[blc]
1.3.1961Sold as scrap[blc]

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BAS 623

Hopper wagon.
18.2.1916Entered service as "BAS" ballast hopper. Built by Gray Brothers.
27.2.1964Written off[blc]
3.11.1966Transferred to Canberra, ACT Railway
1985To Australian Railway Historical Society, ACT Division.

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BAS 624

Hopper wagon.
19.2.1916Entered service as "BAS" ballast hopper. Built by Gray Brothers.
27.2.1964Written off[blc]
3.11.1966Transferred to Canberra, ACT Railway
1985To Australian Railway Historical Society, ACT Division.

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BAS 625

Hopper wagon.
26.2.1916Entered service as "BAS" ballast hopper. Built by Gray Brothers.
27.2.1964Written off[blc]
3.11.1966Transferred to Canberra, ACT Railway
1985To Australian Railway Historical Society, ACT Division.

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BAS 626

Hopper wagon.
22.2.1916Entered service as "BAS" ballast hopper. Built by Gray Brothers.
27.2.1964Written off[blc]

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BAS 627

Hopper wagon.
8.3.1916Entered service as "BAS" ballast hopper. Built by Gray Brothers.
23.8.1965Sold to BHP [blc]

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BAS 628

Hopper wagon.
8.3.1916Entered service as "BAS" ballast hopper. Built by Gray Brothers.
27.2.1964Written off[blc]
1967Reinstated and loaned to SAR[blc]
2.3.1972Written off[blc]

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BAS 629

Hopper wagon.
8.3.1916Entered service as "BAS" ballast hopper. Built by Gray Brothers.
22.2.1956Scrapped on account of derailment[blc]
17.9.1956Written off[blc]

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BAS 630

Hopper wagon.
8.3.1916Entered service as "BAS" ballast hopper. Built by Gray Brothers.
19.7.1954Declared obsolete[blc]
27.2.1964Written off[blc]

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