A66 hauls an up Seymour - Southern Cross commuter past the last semaphore home signal on the North East line at Broadford.
This scene at Wallan shows a great collection of vintage equipment still in revenue service in 2017: A66 is the last serving member of the A class, originally built as B66 in 1952, and extensively... (more)
A66 begins the climb to Heathcote Junction from Wandong with a Melbourne bound commuter.
The only remaining 'Bulldog' locomotive still in regular passenger service - A66 passes through Jacana with the 17:11 Seymour service.
A66 rolls through Kensington with the 17:11 Seymour service. The flour mill in the background is one of very few industries still served by a rail siding within the Melbourne suburban area.
A66 departs the rural setting of Kilmore East with a 1711 Seymour pass.
A66 climbs Glenroy Bank with a down 1711 Seymour pass. Glenroy.
Prior to running the 5.11pm Seymour service, A66 reverses it's consist towards platform 1 at Southern Cross Station.
A66 snakes around the Parwan Curves with an evening V/Line Bacchus Marsh commuter service.
A66 approaches North Melbourne Station with the 5.11pm service to Seymour.
A66 powers through Kensington with the 3.31pm service to Seymour.
A66 arrives into Sunshine with a down afternoon Bacchus Marsh commuter train.
A66 approaches Newmarket with the 3.31pm down Seymour service.
The 3.31pm service from Southern Cross to Seymour rolls through Jacana led by A66.
A66 working the 1830 up Seymour service rolls through platform 1 at North Melbourne.