Power station control Panel
Feeding Ore into the primary crusher
Primary crusher jaws
Conveyor to Fines stockpile
The photo shows the filled train leaving for the coast at Tanjong Tengku
The Photo shows the ore train trucks being loaded
The photo shows the train loading bin
Train loading bin
A view of the stockpile with workshop/treatmet plant at the rear
Conveyor to lump stockpile
Ore Wagon dumping bin
These photographs are of the Coastal operations at Tanjong Tengku from where the iron ore was carried by lighter to the ships anchored offshore.
It was not possible to load directly into the ships because of the shallow water at the loading jetty. At low tide, there was only 1.5 metres draught over the sandbar offshore, therefore the ore had to be lightered over the sandbar to the ships laying out in deeper water offshore.
Conveyor from feeder belt under the dumping bin
Iron Ore stockpiles at Tanjong Tengku
Stacking incoming iron ore from the train dumping bin
Lighters full of iron ore
Loading lighters with iron ore
Tug boats pulling lighters to the ship.
Tug boat returning empty lighter to shore
Stockpiles of Iron Ore at Tanjong Tengku
Tugs, Lighters, and ships at sea off Tanjong Tengku
Tanjong Tengku beach with Kuala Rompin across the estuary
Lighter awaiting loading at jetty
Loading iron ore onto lighters to deliver to ship
Rompin Mining / Eastern stevedoring office at Tanjong Tengku
Construction of Workshop/Office/Power station Bukit Ibam 1961-1962.
Photo above shows the newly constructed building with the main workshop situated at the left hand side, the Iron Ore Treatment plant in the centre area, and the new Power Staion in the right hand section of the building.
Photos’ above and below shows the Electrical Linesmen building the HT Power line from the new Power Station to the Mine office and housing area in 1962.
Photos’ above and below show the construction of the new Power Station at the right hand end of the main workshop/ Iron Ore treatment plant building.
The photo shows the original temporary Power Station at Bukit Ibam during the early days prior to the new Power Station going on-line in 1962.
Here are some historical photographs on Installation of the VHF Radio-Telephone by Malayan Telecoms at Bukit Ibam in 1961
With the VHF connection we were no longer isolated from the rest of the world except by the 50 mile railway, and it provided some peace of mind to handle any possible disasters and emergencies which can occur in potentially dangerous mining operations.
Sungai Genuk situated at the vicnity of The Royal Town of Pahang, Pekan in south Pahang.
Calm in turbulence
Before the railway line completed all supplies and equipments have to be transported through river
The craft on the Rompin River bringing equipment to Kampong Aur from where it was hauled by Skids behind Bulldozers to the Mine site in 1961.
The first “B” Rocker delivered by rail to Bukit Ibam in 1962.
The distance by river from Kuala Rompin to Kampong Aur was a “Winding” 120 miles, so we were pleased when the railway reached Bukit Ibam and we could bring the Treatment Plant machinery from the coast directly to the Mine by the 50 mile railway.