WSF class Flat wagons

In 1965 the WAGR acquired 12 flat top wagons from Commonwealth Railways as part of a job lot of 64 wagons. These had been R 48, R 64, R 65, R 68, R 356, R 369, F 884 (was R 43), G 241 (was R 241), G 247 (was R 247), TD 262 (was R 262), TD 280 (was R 280), SA 308.

They became WSF 30601-30612.

In 1967 two wagons were converted to WSG. Six were sold to Goldsworthy Mining in 1971 and the remainder became class WSE in 1973.

1967

WSF 30601, 30610 to WSG

1971

WSF 30604, 30605, 30606, 30608, 30609, 30612 sold to Goldsworthy Mining

1973

WSF 30602, 30603, 30607, 30611 to WSE

WSF Diagram 1

WSF Diagram 2

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A new WSF class appeared in 1979 when WSF 30163 was "converted from R" to became a rail winch wagon. Again presumably an ex CR wagon.

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