8122 shunts steel loading at South Dynon.
B class tram in St.Kilda Road approaching Domain Interchange.
Becoming a rare occurrence these days with most of the old school GM EMD locomotives mostly stored, on this day DAZ 1901 is out on ballast duties
In the afternoon peak, a loco hauled commuter train to Seymour powers away from a station stop in the town of Wandong.
On a quiet Saturday afternoon, an interurban service from Melbourne to Traralgon sets down a few passengers in the small town of Nar Nar Goon, 60km east of Melbourne's CBD.
Elecrail's operational Swingdoor/Dogbox set made up of 107M and 137M rests inside the Newport Workshops, alongside unrestored driving trailer 24D. 107M was built as a steam hauled suburban car in ... (more)
G512-X31 ease 9472 up Maryvale freight towards Flinders Street.
Tram 429 Built in 1942, by the BCC (Brisbane City Council), a Four Motor Car (called a FM), passes by Tram 47 which was Built in 1901 by Brisbane Tramway Company (BTC) and was called a Matchbox C... (more)
The Australian equivalent to EMD's offered-but-not-ordered SD59 model lead a coal train from Werris Creek mine towards Ardglen, where three more will be added to the rear for the attack on Ardglen... (more)
All three operational R class line up at Steamrail Victoria's 2014 open day, coal burners R761 and R707, and oil burner R711.
The Ardglen Bankers race southward past the long stopped NB519 to shove a loaded train up Ardglen Bank.
Empty coal wagons head for more Gunnedah Basin coal.
Just outside of Werris Creek, the now rare (thanks to the TT class) lashup of three 82's on a coal deal with a small hill...nothing like they will encounter a few dozen kilometers to the south.
Pacific National's Ardglen Bankers coast downgrade back to Willow Tree after assisting the NB528.
Whitehaven Coal's three GT46C-ACe's restart their northbound trip after spending several hours in the crossing loop at Braefield.