The crew of no.8 pass the train staff to the crew of V2 as they approach the Coles Beach platform at Don Junction.
No.8 arriving at Don Junction on the mixed.
Ex-Emu Bay Railway steam locomotive no.8, "Heemskirk", arriving at Don Junction with the passenger train from Don. V2 waits in the loop ready to be attatched to take the train for the return sect... (more)
The driver blows the whistle as the last train of the day prepares to leave Don Junction.
ALCo 866 is the only preserved 830 Class in Australia. This extremely versatile design of locomotive has run in all Australian states and territories and on all three gauges.
DP22 sits at the Coles Beach platform in the late afternoon sun before returning to Don Central with the last service of the day. Pacific Natiional's Burnie-Devonport section of mainline can be s... (more)
1002 sits at Coles Beach platform after running around in preparation for the return journey to Don. The nameboard indicates this is Don Junction - where the Don River Railway meets the mainline.