Built as a tamping machine for operation in Queensland. Rebuilt and sold to DVR in 1999 and used as a track sleeper replacing machine.
|Type||Track sleeper-replacer machine|
|Builder||Fairmont Tamper, Queensland|
Originally built as gang motor, BC 9, by Tas. Government Railways at Launceston in 1940s and fitted with a Buda 2 cyl. Engine. Rebuilt with a Wisconsin 2 cyl. engine in 1960s by T.G.R. as WG 9 and used for the transport of men and materials on the State’s rail network. Withdrawn in c.1980 and sold to D. Lidster and returned to service. Donated to DVR in 1990 and used for the cartage of workers along the DV line.
|Builder||Tasmanian Government Railways|