DFZ2403, DFZ2405 & DFZ2402 work a Karara Mining iron ore train 1763 just south of Morowa on the salt flats on a chilly winters day. KML had then recently started trucking ore to Perenjori to be lo... (more)
Ex Victorian Railways and V/Line T class loco's await the scrappers torch at Spotswood.
Preserved Garrett 4-8-4+4-8-4 steam loco 6029 from the Canberra Rail Museum works one of many shuttles back to Dubbo as it powers through Wongarbon.
The Melbourne Star observation wheel looks over W8 class tram 957 at the Waterfront City terminus in Docklands.
NR6-NR60-8224-8254 work 6MC2 freight across the Moonee Ponds Creek viaduct near Glenroy.
After a miserable morning weather-wise in Whyalla, and after hearing about two grain train movements on the Eyre Peninsula narrow gauge system for that afternoon, we drove west along the Eyre High... (more)
The upgrading works on the Narngulu-Mullewa section provided many infrastructure trains during that period. This empty ballast train headed by the now-exported AB1502 & DAZ1903 works its way back ... (more)
Due to a shortage of G class loco's, B76-B80 on hire to Qube Logistics work 9342 loaded quarry freight across the Moonee Ponds Creek viaduct.
A VLocity DMU set races along near the small town of Little River, between Melbourne and Geelong.
Due to a shortage of G class loco's, B76-B80 on hire to Qube Logistics work 9342 loaded quarry freight from Kilmore East to Brooklyn.
B64-B75 await departure from Spencer Street Station with an afternoon Seymour line service.
An empty caustic train presumably from Worsley Alumina's Hamilton refinery powers uphill at Burekup on its way to Bunbury behind DD2359 & DD2357.
X54-S306 shortly after arrival from Spencer Street.
A Frankston bound Comeng set drops downgrade between Glenhuntly and Ormond Stations. The stockpiled rail stored on the closed up line is for upcoming grade separation works between Bentleigh and O... (more)
Aurizon's 2391 and 2365 push/pull mode powers through Helidon, Qld with an Empty Ballast Service, after unloading between Grantham and Gatton, head back to Toowoomba...