QRNational heavy haul coal locomotives 5022/5026/5029 round the curves around the cliffs along the Ulan line in the Kerrabee area.
QRNational heavy haul coal locomotives 5022/5026/5029 power an empty coal train through Bengalla heading for one of the Ulan coal mines.
QRNational heavy haul coal locomotives 5022/5026/5029 power an empty coal train through the loop at Sandy Hollow headed for one of the Ulan coal mines.
9203 leads sister units 9212 and 9207 with an empty coal train about to enter the balloon loop for the coal mine at Mangoola. An empty coal train that has just left the same mine can be seen in th... (more)
8248/8232/8250 power up the new Whittingham third road with a loaded coal train from the Gunnedah basin. The new third road is built on a longer but lighter grade than the main lines, which can be... (more)
On a day that felt more like summer than spring, 8217 trails a push/pull domestic coal train, heading north through Sulphide Junction.
With the sun slowly closing in on the horizon, a Freightliner container service to Narrabri rumbles through East Maitland with Freightliner liveried GL112 and GL111 sandwhiching CFCLA liveried HL2... (more)
CityRail Intercity V Set V64 races through Sulphide Junction heading south towards Sydney. Rumour is the V-sets are due for retirement, with the rumours being helped along by the slow withdrawal o... (more)
Pacific National locomotives 9215/9210/9214 lead a loaded coal train slowly through East Maitland on a perfect Spring morning. The end of the train was still in a temporary speed restriction area.
LDPs 004/005 power their freight train around the sweeping right hander into East Maitland station heading for Sydney and Melbourne.
XP2017 trails the northbound Sydney - Casino XPT through East Maitland on a perfect Spring day.
NR66/114/77 lead their 1500m superfreighter under Pintacree Road at East Maitland.
On a beautiful spring morning, LDP004 leads sister unit LDP005 through the curves at Martins Creek with a Brisbane - Melbourne Superfreighter service.
Just as the morning fog starts to lift, NR65 leads AN5 and NR34, both in Pacific National Stars livery, through the curves just north of Dungog.
On a perfect spring morning, NR66 leads sister units NR114 and NR77 around the curves through Martins Creek, heading south towards Sydney and Melbourne.