The Stanley Hall Collection©.
Tulloch Limited Rhodes N.S.W. (Page 2)
The following collection of photographs was taken from the Stanley Hall Collection© and covers some aspects of the railway rolling stock and associated work carried out by Tulloch Limited during the mide 20th century. The Stanley Hall Collection© retains the copyright and photographs may not be reproduced or re-transmitted in electronic format without the express permission of the custodian of the Stanley Hall Collection© (Stephen Hall). The photographs are provided for the interest and private use of historians, railway modellers and enthusiasts. Captions and dates shown in italics were taken from the original source.
Rick Fletcher (the custodian Stephen Hall may be contacted through    )
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 MLE Flat Wagon
 
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PHG Brake Van when new. Pratt trusses being finished at the Tulloch works Rhodes.
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Pratt trusses being fabricated on a jig at the Tulloch works Rhodes. 5000 Gal Shell tank shows
"Tank Tested 23-7-53"
Possibly narrow gauge (?) Coded OB-118
11000 Gal Shell - tank test date shows 1952 (difficult to read) Standard gauge
Coded 200

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Tulloch Limited also manufactured a range of shovels. A tank wagon being united with its bogies. TEXACO tank wagon TTCo 103
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15/10/1951 Top Bunker Refrigerator Car ready for service.

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Top Bunker Refrigerator Car awaiting some finishing touches. 2/5/1951
Roof of Top Bunker Refrigerator Car showing hatchways.
2/5/1951
Interior of Top Bunker Refrigerator Car.
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Included in the collection is this photo of 1225 at Hornsby in 1919 celebrating Victory following the end of WW1 . A view of the woodwork shop at Rhodes. "WY" bogies awaiting delivery.
In 1920 the Phoenix Iron Works Pty Ltd began the production of railway rolling stock. The name Tulloch Limited was adopted when the concern became a public company. Tulloch limited manufactured diesel-hydraulic locomotives; suburban electric trains; diesel railcars; passenger and freight cars of all types and tank wagons.
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