It was not a typical hash dump as it was not cracked or uncracked hashes, but hash types followed by examples. When faced with a funky password hash, I typically call upon john the ripper to do identification for me, however I have been in multiple scenarios where it is either unclear or john cannot identify the hash(es) I have. This pastebin dump was the kick in the pants I needed to write a tool of my own that attempts to identify the hash type of a given hash.
If an exact match cannot be found, the script will give you "possible" matches. I have incorporated the hash types mentioned above as well as the list from the hashcat site here: http://hashcat.net/wiki/doku.php?id=example_hashes
To use it you will need to download the python script and the associated hash list.
Once you have them, usage is simple:
python hashes.py '[hash]'
An example can be seen below.