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103-27208 viewsBenalla station yard overview, V/Line broad gauge stabled down Wodonga goods train 9303, locomotives V/Line X class loco X 53 with serial 75-800 a Clyde Engineering Rosewater SA built EMD model G26C and T class T 403 Clyde Engineering EMD model G18B serial 67-498, rail recovery rake beside stabled train, ground dwarf and disc signal posts, yard still intact.
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103-09172 viewsSpringhurst, semaphore signal post 4 with the top of the dolls cut off and the signal for the Wahgunyah line, standard gauge flyover on bank, point rodding, looking south from No.2 Rd.
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103-11171 viewsRutherglen, remains of gangers hut, not turntable pivot in middle of broad gauge rails.
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103-01169 viewsSpringhurst automatic staff exchanger cover in-between broad gauge running lines, point rodding under tracks.
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103-10169 viewsSpringhurst station yard view looking north, mainline points on No.2 Rd for the Wahgunyah line have been spiked and clipped normal, standard gauge flyover on right, yard being rationalised, note redundant disc signal post 5 on ground.
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103-15167 viewsWahgunyah portable station building, staff hut, 3/4 view, super phosphate shed and unloading contraption in the background.
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103-04166 viewsSpringhurst station building overview, staff exchange platform and walkway across tracks, apparatus set up gauge, signal levers visible in windows, staff exchange box on station wall.
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103-12166 viewsRutherglen, portable station building, staff hut, front view.
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103-16165 viewsWahgunyah portable station building, staff hut, 3/4 view, LHS showing ablution block.
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103-02160 viewsSpringhurst yard view, staff exchange platform, auto exchanger cover, point rodding, tamper, silo complex and bunker, loading platform.
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103-08158 viewsSpringhurst station yard view, staff exchange platform, elevation from access stairs, platform on the left and silo complex on the right, between No.2 and 3 Roads.
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103-03155 viewsSpringhurst station building overview, staff exchange platform and walkway across tracks, apparatus set up gauge laying on No.3 Rd.
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103-05155 viewsSpringhurst station building overview, staff exchange platform and walkway across tracks, apparatus set up gauge, signal levers visible in windows, staff exchange box on station wall.
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103-14154 viewsRutherglen station building rear overview, now restored and occupied by the local Lions Club.
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103-07153 viewsSpringhurst V/Line broad gauge Plasser CAT 'Continuous Action Tamper', ballast regulator and spot tamper, track machine.
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103-06151 viewsSpringhurst V/Line broad gauge Plasser CAT 'Continuous Action Tamper' track machine or track tamper.
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103-13151 viewsRutherglen, portable station building, staff hut, 3/4 view.
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103-17148 viewsWahgunyah station yard overview, super phosphate sheds on the left track, portable station building in middle of frame, silos in distance, scotch block and point levers in foreground.
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103-18147 viewsBenalla Workshops, broad gauge ZL van six wheel guards van ZL 395, built new November 1893 at Newport by Gulliver & Party as Z type van, recoded ZL in March 1964, underframe replaced ex ZL 280 in March 1971.
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103-19130 viewsBenalla Workshops, broad gauge HD type four wheel departmental van HD 74, stencilled 'Held For ARHS'. HD 74 was originally built as a U van U 1547 by Vic Rail Bendigo Workshops in January 1957, converted to HD in August 1977.
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