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SEC Railway

Photos of the SEC electric locomotive and coal hoppers preserved at PowerWorks in Morwell, used in the Yallourn open cut and the Interconnecting Railway. The diagrams are scanned from "Train Systems - Yallourn and Morwell Open Cuts" by J.A. Vines (Generation Victoria, 1994)

20 cubic yard side tipping overburden truck, 90 units numbered 401-490, between 1927 and 1955.

Scanned from "Train Systems - Yallourn and Morwell Open Cuts" by J.A. Vines (Generation Victoria, 1994)

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20 ton capacity side opening coal truck, later converted to gable bottom after later deliveries, eventually a total of 80 units numbered 301-380, 1927-1951

Scanned from "Train Systems - Yallourn and Morwell Open Cuts" by J.A. Vines (Generation Victoria, 1994)

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26 ton capacity gable bottom coal truck, 85 units, rebuilt from 20 ton coal and overburden wagons in 1961-1964

Scanned from "Train Systems - Yallourn and Morwell Open Cuts" by J.A. Vines (Generation Victoria, 1994)

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32 cubic yard side tipping overburden truck, 70 units 501-570, from 1952-1954

Scanned from "Train Systems - Yallourn and Morwell Open Cuts" by J.A. Vines (Generation Victoria, 1994)

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33 ton capacity gable bottom coal truck, 92 units numbered 701-792, between 1954-1958

Scanned from "Train Systems - Yallourn and Morwell Open Cuts" by J.A. Vines (Generation Victoria, 1994)

January 25, 2019 10:14 AM
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46 Ton locos were introduced between 1927 and 1952 in 5 batches, numbered 21 through to 44. The first 3 batches were built by German companies (last in 1936), the last two batches (post 1942) were locally built at Yallourn with some imported components

Scanned from "Train Systems - Yallourn and Morwell Open Cuts" by J.A. Vines (Generation Victoria, 1994)

January 25, 2019 10:14 AM
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60 Ton locos were introduced in 2 batches, 1950-51 (4 units) and 1954 (9 units). Numbered 101-113 they were again German built

Scanned from "Train Systems - Yallourn and Morwell Open Cuts" by J.A. Vines (Generation Victoria, 1994)

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60 Ton locos were introduced in 2 batches, 1950-51 (4 units) and 1954 (9 units). Numbered 101-113 they were again German built

Scanned from "Train Systems - Yallourn and Morwell Open Cuts" by J.A. Vines (Generation Victoria, 1994)

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62 Ton locos were 121-123 built in Germany by Siemens in 1963, 124-125 were by Hitachi in 1967

Scanned from "Train Systems - Yallourn and Morwell Open Cuts" by J.A. Vines (Generation Victoria, 1994)

January 25, 2019 10:14 AM
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SECV diagram dated 1935, showing the broad gauge Victorian Railways tracks at Yallourn

Scanned from "Train Systems - Yallourn and Morwell Open Cuts" by J.A. Vines (Generation Victoria, 1994)

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