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Re: 830 Class
"Chris Stratton" <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> The 830 would have to be on standard gauge anyway to get from SA to
> Kalgoorlie, so this doesn't answer the question of if they were ever there.
> Chris Stratton
> Wollongong, NSW, Australia
> Peter Ware <email@example.com> wrote in article
> > Goodwin Alco wrote:
> > >
> > > Can anyone confirm if the SA 830 class have been used as shunters at
> > > Kalgoorlie or indeed if they have ever made it there please.
> > > Thanks Brad Peadon
> > Kalgoolie is now all standard gauge, the only remaining narrow gauge is
> > the tourist line at Boulder where an ex-WA diesel shunter (I do not
> > recall the type) is used.
and from what I have heard, the Superpit made it shorter.
> > Peter Ware
For those who may not know, the 830 class worked/works all guages of SA, the
skinny, the standard, and the fat.
what is perhaps the biggest pocket still in service would be those working ex
Thev or Port Lincoln.