K190 leads five 'E' cars and K153 back onto the double track at Rosanna, having just descended the 1 in 50 grade through the Heidelberg tunnel. This short single track section has recently receive... (more)
Running nearly an hour late, and in temperatures of about 5 degrees celsius, R711 and R761 power through the Melbourne CBD with the return working of Steamrail's 'Snow Train' from Traralgon. Given... (more)
A66 prepares to depart Southern Cross with an evening peak run to Bacchus Marsh. A66 is the only member of the A class still in service, and the only streamlined 'Bulldog' locomotive still used on... (more)
K190 sets back into the Newport Workshops from Newport station, after running a night time transfer from Ballarat via Geelong. The train had been in Ballarat over the weekend running local shuttle... (more)
A two car 'Sprinter' set arrives at Frankston with a service from Stony Point. Note the beginning of the electrification to the right of the train. This outer suburban operation is operated by Met... (more)
Tait Motor car 381M sticks out of No.3 road at Newport Workshops, during the 2016 Steamrail Victoria open weekend. These cars were built in the 1910's and remained in suburban service until 1984. ... (more)
After a 29 year restoration, A2 986 made its first public appearance at the 2016 Steamrail Victoria open weekend. 986 was built in 1915, and is the only operational A2 class.
K190 and D3 639 set back with a motley collection of freight wagons, as R711 looks on. This year the Steamrail Victoria open weekend featured no less than 7 mainline steam locomotives in steam, as... (more)
P16 trails an empty push-pull set from Wyndham Vale over the North Melbourne flyover.
The daylight XPT service from Sydney to Melbourne grinds to a halt only a few minutes from the end of its journey, as it waits line clear at North Melbourne. The Standard Gauge only reached Melbou... (more)
N471 rolls down off the North Melbourne flyover with the Standard Gauge passenger train to Albury. In the background a Broad Gauge 'VLocity' DMU set heads for Southern Cross station.
A Siemens set slows to stop at Melbourne Central, on the Caulfield Group.
A single Sprinter rolls towards the platforms at Southern Cross, while N463 prepares to depart with the afternoon Albury 'pass.'
Despite only being in service for just over a decade, the V/Line VLocity DMU sets have already had three distinct liveries. I got lucky one afternoon and managed to photograph all three side by si... (more)
A mixture of Sprinter and VLocity DMU's rest at the Southern Cross railcar depot on a Saturday afternoon.