With a sunrise that should awaken some sleepy eyes on the early morning commute to Hoboken, train #46 crosses the valley as fog starts to form below.
A pair of Z class chortle along the scenic coastline heading to Burnie, Tasmania with train 46. No live penguins train watching that day, just the statues of them around the town.
DQ2011+2012 head 46 up Don Hill on a sunny summer's afternoon.
The coal is left in the sidings at South Burnie, while the locomotive continues on to Burnie Junction to be turned.
MKA2138 on 46 crossing the Leven River.
Powering up Bengeo bank, with Quamby Bluff in the background.
DQ2003 leading train46 near Westbury.
Finished shunting and departing Western Junction, most of the coal and ZR2101 will be removed at Railton, the containers and a couple of coal wagons will continue on to Burnie.
DQ2003 leads train #46 into Western Junction on a sunny Thursday afternoon.
DQ2006 and DQ2003 approach Deloraine with train #46... taken from the passenger side of a car along the highway which runs parralell to the track from Exton.
DQ2005 and DQ2007 chugging along near the Kilometre Post West 65, here the railway runs parallel with the main highway for about 2km.
DQ2005 and DQ2007 on coal train at Hagley.
ZA2114 leads its train around the sweeping curves and up the steep grades out of Western Junction, the Gunns sawmill can be just seen above the last visible coal wagon.