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Broad, Standard and Narrow Gauge 830-class diesel locomotives

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Class:830DA
Builder:A.E.Goodwin, Sydney, New South Wales.
Number in Class:457
Model:DL 531DL 531G/1
Wheel Arrangement:Co-Co
Engine:Manufacture:ALCO
Model:251
Cylinders:Number:6 in line;
Power:831-44, 846, 850-855, 874: 670 kW
847-849, 856-873: 710 kW
Traction Motors (number):6
Gear ratio:92:19
Tractive EffortStarting:234 kN
Continuous:179 kN at 10 km/h;
Wheel Diameter (Driven):1.02 m
Length (over coupling points):14.76 m14.76 m
Maximum Axle Load:11.9 t
Total weight:71.4 t71 tonnes(DA 1)
71.5 tonnes(DA 2)
72.2 tonnes (DA 3-7)
Fuel Capacity:2270 litres
Maximum Speed:120 km/h

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7.3.1997,DA5 (Ex road number 830) at Keswick Shunting

830 -- 875 -- DA 5 -- 904

Diesel locomotive with Co-Co wheel arrangement, built by A.E.Goodwin.
18.12.1959Entered service as broad gauge 830 class diesel locomotive No.830.
1.3.1978To State Transport Authority of South Australia.
1982Sold to Australian National.
6.1986Renumbered 875 to fit in with Australian National new computer system.
6.1986Sent to Tasmania.
21.11.1992Unload at Port Lincoln, ex Tasmania.
5.1994Sent from Port Lincoln to Port Augusta for conversion to DA 5.
1995Rebuilt as DA 5
-Sent to tailem Bend.
12.2.1996Returned to Dry Creek.
2004ARG recoded and numbered the unit "904". [cp 7.2004]
2006Following sale of "Australian Rail Group" this locomotive transferred to "Genesee and Wyoming Australia". [cp 7.2006]
4.2012On narrow gauge at Whyalla

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4.5.2002 Port Adelaide - 831 + 841 on ballast train

831

Diesel locomotive with Co-Co wheel arrangement, built by A.E.Goodwin.
25.2.1960Entered service as broad gauge 830 class diesel locomotive No.831.
1.3.1978To Australian National Railways.
2006Following sale of "Australian Rail Group" this locomotive transferred to "Genesee and Wyoming Australia". [cp 5.2006]

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1985,841 (AN colours) + 832 (Tangerine)

832 -- DA 2 -- 902

Diesel locomotive with Co-Co wheel arrangement, built by A.E.Goodwin.
6.4.1960Entered service as broad gauge 830 class diesel locomotive No.832.
-Fitted with modified exhaust.
1.3.1978To Australian National Railways.
1992Converted to DA 2.
2004ARG recoded and numbered the unit "902". [cp 7.2004]
2006Following sale of "Australian Rail Group" this locomotive transferred to "Genesee and Wyoming Australia". [cp 5.2006]
4.2012On narrow gauge at Whyalla

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833

Diesel locomotive with Co-Co wheel arrangement, built by A.E.Goodwin.
27.4.1960Entered service as broad gauge 830 class diesel locomotive No.833.
-Experimental exhaust fitted, but removed shortly after.
1.3.1978To Australian National Railways.
6.1.1996Used on last broad gauge train from Loxton to Tailem Bend, with unit 847, prior to line standardisation.
11.9.1996Transferred from broad gauge to standard gauge at Tailem Bend so that it could be transferred to Adelaide.
16.10.1996Transferred from standard to broad gauge for use at Penrice.
16.12.1996Transferred to broad gauge at Tailem Bend.
1.6.2000Transferred to Melbourne after being sold to Australian Transport Network [cp 7.2000].
-To Pacific National [cp 7.2006].
-Placed in storage in New South Wales [cp 1.2007].
5.2009PacNat - Public Tender called for disposal.

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1.1971,Mile End Depot - 834 Light Diesel

834

Diesel locomotive with Co-Co wheel arrangement, built by A.E.Goodwin.
13.5.1960Entered service as broad gauge 830 class diesel locomotive No.834.
1.3.1978To Australian National Railways.
1986To Tasmania.
4.1989Unit stored.
1.1994Scrapped.

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3.9.1997,DA3 shunts Keswick

835 -- DA 3

Diesel locomotive with Co-Co wheel arrangement, built by A.E.Goodwin.
23.5.1960Entered service as broad gauge 830 class diesel locomotive No.835
1.3.1978To Australian National Railways.
by 1989Used primarily as the Islington Freight Terminal shunter.
1992Converted to DA 3. It differed from earlier DA units by having an enlarged cab and body mounted marker lights.
21.11.1997Badly damaged in a level crossing smash at Rosewater, South Australia. Sent to Port Augusta for storage.
2001Transferred to Australia Western Railroad in Perth to be cannibalized to provide parts for cp 7.2001]

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6<sup>th</sup> March 2006,Port Lincoln - Locomotive 905 departing

836 -- DA 6 -- 905

Diesel locomotive with Co-Co wheel arrangement, built by A.E.Goodwin.
1.6.1960Entered service as broad gauge 830 class diesel locomotive No.836.
1.3.1978To Australian National Railways.
1996Converted to DA 6 at the Port Augusta Workshops and sent to Port Lincoln.
2004ARG recoded and numbered the unit "905". [cp 7.2004]
2006Following sale of "Australian Rail Group" this locomotive transferred to "Genesee and Wyoming Australia". [cp 5.2006]
3.2012In service based out of Port Lincoln, on Eyre Peninsula [cp 3.2012]
4.2012On narrow gauge at Port Lincoln

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837

Diesel locomotive with Co-Co wheel arrangement, built by A.E.Goodwin.
10.6.1960Entered service as broad gauge 830 class diesel locomotive No.837.
1.3.1978To Australian National Railways.
1985To Tasmania.
4.1989Unit stored.

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838

Diesel locomotive with Co-Co wheel arrangement, built by A.E.Goodwin.
21.6.1960Entered service as broad gauge 830 class diesel locomotive No.838.
1.3.1978To Australian National Railways.
6.1.1981Worked last movement Berri-Barmera, and return.
2.2000To standard gauge.
25.2.2000Sent to Port Augusta for repairs.
1.6.2000Transferred to Melbourne after being sold to Australian Transport Network [cp 7.2000].
-To Pacific National (stored) [cp 7.2006]
-Placed in storage in New South Wales [cp 1.2007].
5.2009PacNat - Public Tender called for disposal.

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839 -- DA 4 -- 903

Diesel locomotive with Co-Co wheel arrangement, built by A.E.Goodwin.
30.6.1960Entered service as broad gauge 830 class diesel locomotive No.839.
1.3.1978To Australian National Railways.
-Converted to DA 4.
5.1994Sent from Port Augusta to Port Lincoln.
2004ARG recoded and numbered the unit "903". [cp 7.2004]
2006Following sale of "Australian Rail Group" this locomotive transferred to "Genesee and Wyoming Australia". [cp 5.2006]
4.2012On standard gauge at Whyalla

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840

Diesel locomotive with Co-Co wheel arrangement, built by A.E.Goodwin.
22.5.1962Entered service as broad gauge 830 class diesel locomotive No.840.
23.3.1967Transferred to Peterborough narrow gauge.
9.1.1970Worked last narrow gauge Broken Hill-Peterborough passenger.
3.2.1970Returned to broad gauge
1.3.1978To Australian National Railways.
3.8.1981First of class in new Australian National colours.
1981At Adelaide Royal Show.
6.11.1981Transferred to Tasmania.
1990Sold as scrap to Simms.

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27.9.1986 841 Wambi Hallidan race train 27.9.1986 841 Wambi Hallidan race train

841

Diesel locomotive with Co-Co wheel arrangement, built by A.E.Goodwin.
23.6.1962Entered service as broad gauge 830 class diesel locomotive No.841.
1.3.1978To Australian National Railways.
2006Following sale of "Australian Rail Group" this locomotive transferred to "Genesee and Wyoming Australia". [cp 5.2006]

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842

Diesel locomotive with Co-Co wheel arrangement, built by A.E.Goodwin.
24.8.1962Entered service as broad gauge 830 class diesel locomotive No.842.
1.3.1978To Australian National Railways.
1978Given modified Australian National Railways colour scheme.
21.1.1982Derailed and rolled over near Rhynie on the Clare line.
3.8.1982Re-entered traffic painted in Australian National green and gold.
14.10.1987Transferred to Port Lincoln.
2006Following sale of "Australian Rail Group" this locomotive transferred to "Genesee and Wyoming Australia". [cp 5.2006]
3.2012In service based out of Port Lincoln, on Eyre Peninsula [cp 3.2012]

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18.5.2002 Port Dock - DE843 on sleeper train

843

Diesel locomotive with Co-Co wheel arrangement, built by A.E.Goodwin.
18.9.1962Entered service as broad gauge 830 class diesel locomotive No.843.
15.6.1964First diesel locomotive to work to Milang.
1.3.1978To Australian National Railways.
1989Fitted with a new type of turbo. tested on Penrice trains.
1990Uprated from 670 kW (900 hp) to 750 kW (1000 hp).
12.1995Sent to Tailem Bend.
-To standard gauge.
2.2000To broad gauge.
2006Following sale of "Australian Rail Group" this locomotive transferred to "Genesee and Wyoming Australia". [cp 5.2006]

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18.5.2002 Port Dock - DE 844 + CK5 on ballast train

844

Diesel locomotive with Co-Co wheel arrangement, built by A.E.Goodwin.
25.10.1962Entered service as broad gauge 830 class diesel locomotive No.844.
10.1972Fitted with modified exhaust.
6.1977Modified exhaust removed.
1.3.1978To Australian National Railways.
1996Captive unit on broad gauge at Tailem Bend after conversion of Adelaide to Melbourne line to standard gauge.
9.2003Overhaulded and converetd from broad gauge to standard gauge. [cp 9.2003]
-Sent to Whyalla.
2006Following sale of "Australian Rail Group" this locomotive transferred to "Genesee and Wyoming Australia". [cp 5.2006]

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1.1971,Mile End Depot - 845 Light Diesel

845

Diesel locomotive with Co-Co wheel arrangement, built by A.E.Goodwin.
25.10.1963Entered service as broad gauge 830 class diesel locomotive No.845.
1.3.1978To State Transport Authority of South Australia.
1982Sold to Australian National.
1996Captive unit on broad gauge at Tailem Bend after conversion of Adelaide to Melbourne line to standard gauge.
1.6.2000Transferred to Melbourne after being sold to Australian Transport Network [cp 7.2000].
-To Pacific National [cp 7.2006]
-Placed in storage in New South Wales [cp 1.2007].
5.2009PacNat - Public Tender called for disposal.

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846

Diesel locomotive with Co-Co wheel arrangement, built by A.E.Goodwin.
22.11.1963Entered service as broad gauge 830 class diesel locomotive No.846.
16.3.1971Head-on collision with 959 at Mt. Lofty. Out of traffic about 10 months.
1.3.1978To Australian National Railways.
-To Tasmania.
14.8.1987Arrived back in Adelaide.
27.8.1987Offload at Gladstone on narrow gauge.
5.3.1988At Gladstone on narrow gauge for use on Wilmington line.
7.3.1988Transferred to Peterborough.
-To Gladstone.
1990Converted to standard gauge at Port Augusta.
11.8.1993Converted to broad gauge.
2006Following sale of "Australian Rail Group" this locomotive transferred to "Genesee and Wyoming Australia". [cp 5.2006]

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16.7.1986 847 Peterborough

847

Diesel locomotive with Co-Co wheel arrangement, built by A.E.Goodwin.
25.6.1969Entered service as broad gauge 830 class diesel locomotive No.847.
29.1.1970To Peterborough on standard gauge.
11.7.1974On hire to New South Wales Railways.
1.3.1978To Australian National Railways.
16.12.1980Arrived back in South Australia.
18.9.1981On hire to New South Wales Railways.
6.1.1996Used on last broad gauge train from Loxton to Tailem Bend, with unit 833, prior to line standardisation.
7.6.1996Transferred from Tailem Bend to Dry Creek.
-Sent to Whyalla.
2006Following sale of "Australian Rail Group" this locomotive transferred to "Genesee and Wyoming Australia". [cp 5.2006]

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17.7.1986 Port Augusta loco 848

848

Diesel locomotive with Co-Co wheel arrangement, built by A.E.Goodwin.
9.7.1969Entered service as broad gauge 830 class diesel locomotive No.848.
1.8.1969To Peterborough on standard gauge.
26.11.1969Involved in official joining of standard gauges at Broken Hill.
11.7.1974On hire to New South Wales.
1.3.1978To Australian National Railways.
2.1.1981Arrived back in South Australia.
-Hired to BHP at Whyalla.
2006Following sale of "Australian Rail Group" this locomotive transferred to "Genesee and Wyoming Australia". [cp 5.2006]
3.2012In service based out of Port Lincoln, on Eyre Peninsula [cp 3.2012]

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22.4.1999,DA1 in Islington

849 -- DA 1 -- T 02 -- 902 -- 901

Diesel locomotive with Co-Co wheel arrangement, built by A.E.Goodwin.
17.9.1969Entered service as standard gauge 830 class diesel locomotive No.849 on Peterborough Division.
11.7.1974On hire to New South Wales Railways.
1.3.1978To Australian National Railways.
2.1.1981Arrived back in South Australia.
18.9.1981On hire to New South Wales Railways.
31.7.1991Ran light engine trial from Port Augusta to Whyalla after conversion to DA configuration. Still numbered 849 at this stage.
1991Reclassified as DA 1.
2001Transferred to Australia Western Railroad in Perth for conversion to narrow gauge. [cp 7.2001]
30.8.2001Re-entered service as "T02". [cp 11.2001]
-Sent to Port Lincoln.
2003Recoded "902".
2004ARG recoded and numbered the unit "901". [cp 7.2004]
2006Following sale of "Australian Rail Group" this locomotive transferred to "Genesee and Wyoming Australia". [cp 5.2006]
4.2012On narrow gauge at Whyalla

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850

Diesel locomotive with Co-Co wheel arrangement, built by A.E.Goodwin.
30.3.1962Entered service as narrow gauge 830 class diesel locomotive No.850. Issued to Port Lincoln.
1.3.1978To Australian National Railways.
2006Following sale of "Australian Rail Group" this locomotive transferred to "Genesee and Wyoming Australia". [cp 5.2006]
3.2012Still in service based out of Port Lincoln, on Eyre Peninsula [cp 3.2012]

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851

Diesel locomotive with Co-Co wheel arrangement, built by A.E.Goodwin.
19.4.1962Entered service as narrow gauge 830 class diesel locomotive No.851. Issued to Port Lincoln.
1.3.1978To Australian National Railways.
9.2003Work commenced on fully over hauling unit. [cp 11.2003]
2006Following sale of "Australian Rail Group" this locomotive transferred to "Genesee and Wyoming Australia". [cp 5.2006]
3.2012In service based out of Port Lincoln, on Eyre Peninsula [cp 3.2012]

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852

Diesel locomotive with Co-Co wheel arrangement, built by A.E.Goodwin.
30.9.1963Entered service as narrow gauge 830 class diesel locomotive No.852. Issued to Port Lincoln.
1.3.1978To Australian National Railways.
10.1985Set to Tasmania.
15.12.1993Entered service on broad gauge after being returned to mainland from Tasmania.
19.7.1996Fire damaged whilst in traffic near Aldgate.
9.9.1996First run since overhaul and repairs using parts from ex New South Wales Railways locomotive 4826.
2006Following sale of "Australian Rail Group" this locomotive transferred to "QRN - West". [cp 5.2006]

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853

Diesel locomotive with Co-Co wheel arrangement, built by A.E.Goodwin.
10.10.1963Entered service as narrow gauge 830 class diesel locomotive No.853. Issued to Port Lincoln.
1.3.1978To Australian National Railways.
21.10.1981Transferred, ex Port Lincoln, to Tasmania.
1990Sold as scrap to Simms.

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854

Diesel locomotive with Co-Co wheel arrangement, built by A.E.Goodwin.
23.9.1963Entered service as narrow gauge 830 class diesel locomotive No.854. Issued to Port Lincoln.
10.2.1969First diesel locomotive to Kappinnie.
1.3.1978To Australian National Railways.
11.8.1981Transferred, ex Port Lincoln, to Tasmania.
1990Sold as scrap to Simms.

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855

Diesel locomotive with Co-Co wheel arrangement, built by A.E.Goodwin.
11.10.1963Entered service as narrow gauge 830 class diesel locomotive No.855. Issued to Port Lincoln.
1.3.1978To Australian National Railways.
10.2.1981Transferred, ex Port Lincoln, to Tasmania.
1990Sold as scrap to Simms.

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856

Diesel locomotive with Co-Co wheel arrangement, built by A.E.Goodwin.
12.2.1963Entered service as narrow gauge 830 class diesel locomotive No.856. Issued to Peterborough System.
8.1.1970Hauled last Broken Hill Express from Terowie to Peterborough.
10.1.1970Worked with STC No.27 on last narrow gauge train from Cockburn to Peterborough.
8.5.1970To Port Lincoln.
1.3.1978To Australian National Railways.
14.4.1981Transferred, ex Port Lincoln, to Tasmania.
1990Sold to Silverton Tramway Company. Unit stripped of parts and body sent to Simms.

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857 -- STC 31 -- 48s 31

Diesel locomotive with Co-Co wheel arrangement, built by A.E.Goodwin.
29.4.1963Entered service as narrow gauge 830 class diesel locomotive No.857. Issued to Peterborough System.
28.7.1964Worked last narrow gauge Radium Hill-Cutana goods.
5.8.1968First diesel locomotive to Wilmington.
4.5.1970Transferred to Port Lincoln.
1.3.1978To Australian National Railways.
29.4.1981Transferred, ex Port Lincoln, to Tasmania.
1990Sold to Silverton Tramway Company.
30.1.1990Left Burnie for Port Adelaide, thence to Islington Workshops for bogie exchange and alterations.
7.8.1990Left Dry Creek for Broken Hill after being returned from Tasmania and rebuilt at Islington Workshops.
-Recoded "48s31"[cp 7.2006]

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858

Diesel locomotive with Co-Co wheel arrangement, built by A.E.Goodwin.
9.5.1963Entered service as narrow gauge 830 class diesel locomotive No.858. Issued to Peterborough System.
-kept on narrow gauge after standardisation, for Quorn line trains.
9.4.1970First South Australia Railways diesel to work from Quorn to Hawker
12.6.1973Transferred to Adelaide broad gauge
1.3.1978To Australian National Railways.
1.1980Transferred to Tasmania.
4.1989Withdrawn.
4.1990Scrapped.

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859 -- City of Port Lincoln

Diesel locomotive with Co-Co wheel arrangement, built by A.E.Goodwin.
25.5.1963Entered service as narrow gauge 830 class diesel locomotive No.859. Issued to Peterborough System.
12.1.1970Converted to standard gauge.
1.3.1978To Australian National Railways.
30.7.1980Transferred to Tasmania.
22.9.1987Arrived at Islington Workshops after being sent back from Tasmania.
25.11.1987Sent to Gladstone for use on narrow gauge.
5.3.1988At Gladstone on narrow gauge for use on Wilmington line.
14.3.1988Transferred to Peterborough.
-To Gladstone.
1990Converted to standard gauge at Port Augusta.
19.2.2002Forwarded on the roadside shunt train to Kalgoorlie, Western Australia, to become the Forrestfield/Kewdale shunter [cp 5.2002].
-Returned to Port Augusta for repaint and full overhaul.
6.2003Repaint in ARG livery, full overhaul and transferred to Port Lincoln. [cp 5.2003]
8.2003Transferred to Port Lincoln for narrow gauge use. [cp 9.2003]
2.9.2003Named "City of Port Lincoln" at a ceremony held at Port Lincoln station. [cp 11.2003]
2006Following sale of "Australian Rail Group" this locomotive transferred to "Genesee and Wyoming Australia". [cp 5.2006]
3.2012In service based out of Port Lincoln, on Eyre Peninsula [cp 3.2012]

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860

Diesel locomotive with Co-Co wheel arrangement, built by A.E.Goodwin.
27.5.1963Entered service as narrow gauge 830 class diesel locomotive No.860. Issued to Peterborough System.
12.1.1970Converted to standard gauge.
1.3.1978To Australian National Railways.
15.10.1980Transferred to Tasmania.
1.4.1989Written off.
1990Sold as scrap to Simms.

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861

Diesel locomotive with Co-Co wheel arrangement, built by A.E.Goodwin.
7.6.1963Entered service as narrow gauge 830 class diesel locomotive No.861. Issued to Peterborough System.
12.1.1970Converted to standard gauge.
1.3.1978To Australian National Railways.
30.3.1982Transferred to Dry Creek to work on standard gauge.
-To Tasmania.
1.4.1989Written off.
1990Sold as scrap to Simms.

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862

Diesel locomotive with Co-Co wheel arrangement, built by A.E.Goodwin.
20.6.1963Entered service as narrow gauge 830 class diesel locomotive No.862. Issued to Peterborough System.
12.1.1970Converted to standard gauge.
1.3.1978To Australian National Railways.
14.4.1982Transferred to Dry Creek to work on standard gauge.
-To Tasmania.
1990Sold to Silverton Tramway Company. Unit stripped of parts and body sent to Simms.

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5<sup>th</sup> February 1986,loco 863 Peterborough loco shed

863

Diesel locomotive with Co-Co wheel arrangement, built by A.E.Goodwin.
28.6.1963Entered service as narrow gauge 830 class diesel locomotive No.863. Issued to Peterborough System.
1.3.1978To Australian National Railways.
12.1.1970Converted to standard gauge.
2006Following sale of "Australian Rail Group" this locomotive transferred to "Genesee and Wyoming Australia". [cp 5.2006]

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864 -- STC 30 -- 48s 30

Diesel locomotive with Co-Co wheel arrangement, built by A.E.Goodwin.
11.7.1963Entered service as narrow gauge 830 class diesel locomotive No.864. Issued to Peterborough System.
12.1.1970Converted to standard gauge.
1.3.1978To Australian National Railways.
-To Tasmania.
1990Sold to Silverton Tramway Company.
30.1.1990Left Burnie for Port Adelaide, thence to Islington Workshops for bogie exchange and alterations.
1.12.1990Transferred from Adelaide to Broken Hill as STC No.30.
-Recoded 48s30[cp 7.2006]

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865

Diesel locomotive with Co-Co wheel arrangement, built by A.E.Goodwin.
18.7.1963Entered service as narrow gauge 830 class diesel locomotive No.865. Issued to Peterborough System.
-Kept on narrow gauge after standardisation for use on Gladstone to Wilmington line trains.
1.3.1978To Australian National Railways.
1.1980Transferred to Tasmania.
11.1.1988Returned to mainland.
5.7.1988Transferred from Islington Workshops to Port Lincoln by road.
2006Following sale of "Australian Rail Group" this locomotive transferred to "Genesee and Wyoming Australia". [cp 5.2006]
by 3.2012IStripped and stored at Port Lincoln loco depot, on Eyre Peninsula [cp 3.2012]

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866

Diesel locomotive with Co-Co wheel arrangement, built by A.E.Goodwin.
25.7.1963Entered service as narrow gauge 830 class diesel locomotive No.866. Issued to Peterborough System.
-Kept on narrow gauge after standardisation for use on Gladstone to Wilmington line trains.
1.3.1978To Australian National Railways.
18.3.1980Transferred to Port Lincoln.
28.1.1981Transferred to Tasmania.
10.12.1990Level crossing smash at Glenorchy. Unit stored as a result.
-Sold to Don River Railway
-Major repairs undertaken to restore the unit to its pre accident condition.

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867

Diesel locomotive with Co-Co wheel arrangement, built by A.E.Goodwin.
8.8.1963Entered service as narrow gauge 830 class diesel locomotive No.867. Issued to Peterborough System.
-Kept on narrow gauge after standardisation for use on Peterborough to Quorn line trains.
1.3.1978To Australian National Railways.
31.7.1980Transferred to Tasmania.
1990Sold as scrap to Simms.

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26<sup>th</sup> December 1985,loco 868 Peterborough

868

Diesel locomotive with Co-Co wheel arrangement, built by A.E.Goodwin.
7.11.1969Entered service as broad gauge 830 class diesel locomotive No.868.
21.2.1969Transferred to Peterborough for use on standard gauge.
24.10.1975Involved in Crystal Brook derailment.
1.3.1978To Australian National Railways.
1986To broad gauge.
23.9.1986To standard gauge.

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869

Diesel locomotive with Co-Co wheel arrangement, built by A.E.Goodwin.
1.1.1970Entered service as standard gauge 830 class diesel locomotive No.869. Issued to Peterborough System.
1.3.1978To Australian National Railways.
-To standard gauge.
7.1992To narrow gauge for use on Port Lincoln system.
2006Sold to RTSG for refurbishment for refurbishment [rpf]

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870

Diesel locomotive with Co-Co wheel arrangement, built by A.E.Goodwin.
4.1.1970Entered service as standard gauge 830 class diesel locomotive No.870. Issued to Peterborough System.
1.3.1978To Australian National Railways.

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871

Diesel locomotive with Co-Co wheel arrangement, built by A.E.Goodwin.
3.2.1966Entered service as narrow gauge 830 class diesel locomotive No.871. Issued to Port Lincoln.
1.3.1978To Australian National Railways.
2006Following sale of "Australian Rail Group" this locomotive transferred to "Genesee and Wyoming Australia". [cp 5.2006]
by 3.2012IStripped and stored at Port Lincoln loco depot, on Eyre Peninsula [cp 3.2012]

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872

Diesel locomotive with Co-Co wheel arrangement, built by A.E.Goodwin.
7.3.1966Entered service as narrow gauge 830 class diesel locomotive No.872. Issued to Port Lincoln.
1.3.1978To Australian National Railways.
2006Sold to RTSG for refurbishment for refurbishment [rpf]

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873

Diesel locomotive with Co-Co wheel arrangement, built by A.E.Goodwin.
22.4.1966Entered service as narrow gauge 830 class diesel locomotive No.873. Issued to Port Lincoln.
1.3.1978To Australian National Railways.
2006Following sale of "Australian Rail Group" this locomotive transferred to "Genesee and Wyoming Australia". [cp 5.2006]
3.2012In service based out of Port Lincoln, on Eyre Peninsula [cp 3.2012]

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3<sup>rd</sup> November 1990,Port Adelaide locos 936 + 874 on oil train

STC 27 -- 874 -- T 01 -- 901 -- 907

Diesel locomotive with Co-Co wheel arrangement, built by A.E.Goodwin.
-Entered service as narrow gauge Silverton Tramway No. 27.
10.1.1970Worked with 856 on last narrow gauge train from Cockburn to Peterborough.
20.2.1970Entered service on the South Australian Railways after being converted to standard gauge.
25.6.1970Renumbered to 874.
1.3.1978To Australian National Railways.
24.10.1975Derailed and rolled over at Crystal Brook.
10.12.1976Returned to traffic.
2001Transferred to Australia Western Railroad in Perth for conversion to narrow gauge. [cp 7.2001]
2001Fitted with the "Driver Only Operation" nose from DA 3. [cp 11.2001]
17.10.2001Recoded "T01".[cp 11.2001]
2003Recoded "901".
2003Returned to Port Augusta for engine, generator and compressor change out. To be converted to narrow gauge Port Lincoln use. [cp 9.2003]
2003Decided not to send to Port Lincoln, instead will be sent to NSW for use on Manildra Contract. [cp 11.2003]
2004ARG recoded and numbered the unit "907". [cp 7.2004]
2006Following sale of "Australian Rail Group" this locomotive transferred to "Genesee and Wyoming Australia". [cp 5.2006]
4.2012On narrow gauge at Whyalla

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