A trip of Australian built EMDs, As 60 and 70 with an N class head out of Melbourne's Southern Cross Station.
A66 and A71 stand at Spencer Street on a passenger train. A66 was painted in this special livery to commemorate the Bicentenary of Australia.
A71 awaits scrapping at Dynon MFT.
A79 awaits scrapping at Dynon MFT.
A78-P20-A81 with an Up Tocumwal freight at Broadford.
A60 leads a down afternoon Bacchus Marsh commuter service through the Melbourne suburb of Sunshine.
PN A73-X43 with an afternoon up Maryvale paper freight at Nar Nar Goon.
A66 hauls an up Seymour - Southern Cross commuter past the last semaphore home signal on the North East line at Broadford.
A66 begins the climb to Heathcote Junction from Wandong with a Melbourne bound commuter.
A66 departs the rural setting of Kilmore East with a 1711 Seymour pass.
A66 climbs Glenroy Bank with a down 1711 Seymour pass. Glenroy.
A66 snakes around the Parwan Curves with an evening V/Line Bacchus Marsh commuter service.
Pacific National A71 stabled at South Dynon locomotive facility between duties. Apart from A66 the rest of the A class fleet have been retired and placed in storage.
A66 arrives into Sunshine with a down afternoon Bacchus Marsh commuter train.
V/Line's mighty A Class fleet is no longer in every-day service, but they are stored indoors and operable for emergency or testing purposes. They are also periodically started to keep them lubed ... (more)