Volume 3 of the history of Commonwealth Engineering picks up the story where volume 2 left off. The takeover of rival firm A. E. Goodwin allowed Comeng to enter the lucrative and very successful business of building Alco-powered diesel-electric locomotives, for the growing iron ore mines in Australiaas northwest. The companyas long-established business of building buses and other road transport vehicles continued, as did the arm of Comeng that supplied curtain walling for the high rise buildings around Australia. The company was now the largest rolling stock manufacturer in the Southern Hemisphere.67/27 2 spare bogies for WAGR 67/29 2 LPG tank cars for ICI, NTHX3480-1 67/ 33 92 iron-ore wagons for Hamersley Iron 67/39 50 ARX ... AEC-D for Eastern Suburbs Bus Service Leyland-D for Hunters Hill Bus Co Leyland-D for Harris Park Transport Services Ford-D forJ. ... 68/7 2 roomette sleeping cars for CR 68/9 LPG tank car for SA Gas 68/11 16 double-deck interurban EMU cars for NSWGR 68/13 8anbsp;...
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