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NSW Main South line, Gerogery and Culcairn stations.

4 files, last one added on Apr 29, 2014
Album viewed 217 times

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NSW to Qld standard gauge line, including Kagaru, Glenapp, The Risk, Kyogle and Tamrookum stations and aging infrastructure.

35 files, last one added on Apr 30, 2014
Album viewed 291 times

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Queensland:
Ipswich, 1502, 1620 and 2400 class.

13 files, last one added on Apr 30, 2014
Album viewed 241 times

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Queensland:
Nashville and Monkland stations and sidings in Gympie.
Light engine 1505, wrong line to shunt pineapple siding.
Yeerongpilly, NSWGR's standard gauge locomotive facility, 81 and 82 class.

30 files, last one added on May 05, 2014
Album viewed 316 times

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NSW, Main South line, Henty, Wagga Wagga, Junee, Junne roundhouse

37 files, last one added on May 14, 2014
Album viewed 277 times

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NSW, Main South line, Uranquinty, The Roack and Yerong Creek.

19 files, last one added on May 14, 2014
Album viewed 229 times

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NSW, Main South line, Cootamundra, Demondrille, Frampton, Bethungra, Marinna and Uranquinty.

37 files, last one added on May 16, 2014
Album viewed 285 times

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NSW, Main South line, Junee locomotive depot and roundhouse, stored locomotives and yard views, Cootamundra West, signals and infrastructure

38 files, last one added on May 19, 2014
Album viewed 298 times

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Queensland:
Wamuran siding on the former Caboolture to Kilcoy railway.
Moodlu Quarry Junction.
Gympie station yard environs, 1620 and 1720 classes.

38 files, last one added on May 21, 2014
Album viewed 258 times

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Weipa bauxite mining railway on Cape York in Far North Queensland. Lorim Point dump station and railway workshops, locos R 1001 and 1003, waggons track machines and rail grinder.
Some information on Comalco's railway can be found here.

26 files, last one added on Oct 26, 2014
Album viewed 335 times

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Weipa bauxite mining town on Cape York in Far North Queensland. Lorim Point port loading facilities, ship loaders, East Weipa Mine Centre trucks.
Some information on Comalco's railway can be found here.

38 files, last one added on Oct 26, 2014
Album viewed 309 times

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Weipa bauxite mining railway on Cape York in Far North Queensland. Train operations locos R 1001 and 1004.
Some information on Comalco's railway can be found here.

30 files, last one added on Oct 26, 2014
Album viewed 311 times

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Weipa bauxite mining railway on Cape York in Far North Queensland. Lorim Point dump station and railway workshops, locos R 1001, 1003 and 1004, waggons track machine and rail grinder.
Some information on Comalco's railway can be found here.

38 files, last one added on Oct 26, 2014
Album viewed 342 times

 

 

 

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Random files - Interstate negative and digital Albums
210-16.jpg
210-1677 viewsWeipa, Lorim Point track maintenance compound, Aresco ballast regulator, rear view.
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192-00100 viewsJunee, NSWSRA standard gauge locomotive depot, view from the roundhouse entry road looking across to the fuel and sand point.
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192-3443 viewsCootamundra West, NSW, signal box diagram and lever pull list.
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212-17150 viewsComalco Clyde Engineering built EMD model GT26C unit R 1001 serial 72-752 originally numbered 1.001 and built in 1972 heads an empty train towards Andoom seen here coming off the Mission River Bridge at the 9 km. July 1995.

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