A79 being dismantled for scrap in the Melbourne Freight Terminal at South Dynon.
Rebuilt from a B class to an A class in the mid 1980's, Pacific National's A79 undergoes dismantling for scrap in the Melbourne Freight Terminal.
Alco 442s4 leads C510-C505 on a light engine move from the Melbourne Steel Terminal to the loco provisioning centre.
C501 and G522 await departure from the Melbourne Freight Terminal with Adelaide and Sydney bound freights.
After several years in storage at South Dynon loco depot, Pacific National owned A81 is dismantled for scrapping following almost 30 years of service.
VL360-VL356-G521-G512 with 9476 wagon transfer from Victoria Dock to North Dynon approach Docklink Road.
G527-G525 approach the Melbourne Freight Terminal with 9556 up empty Long Island steel train.
Rebuilt from T344 in the early 1980's, P15 glistens in the sunshine at South Dynon following repaint.
G527-G528 reflect in the Moonee Ponds Creek as they depart the Melbourne Freight Terminal with 9553 Long Island steel train.
N457, L277, GM10 and B61 provide a colourful line up around the standard gauge turntable at South Dynon.
A pair of freshly repainted 81 class locos rest at South Dynon.
SSR streamliners B61, GM10, GM22 and GM27 share the standard gauge turntable roads with Pacific National's Y152 at South Dynon.
SSR loco's B61, GM22 and GM27 share the standard gauge turntable roads with Pacific National's Y152 at South Dynon.
Following a training run to Benalla and return, SSR loco's GM27-GM22 reverse direction on the Moonee Ponds Creek bridge prior to entering South Dynon loco depot.
SSR locos GM27, GM22, T363 and T381 share the standard gauge turntable roads at South Dynon.