6A leads Climax 1694 at Emerald. The Climax was returning from Gembrook with a photographers special but was giving trouble, so the train was combined with the regular Dinner Train hauled by 6A at... (more)
14A approaches Menzies Creek bunker-first with an official train re-enacting a 'Young Sun' special from 1954. The specials were run 60 years ago by the Young Sun newspaper as a last farewell to th... (more)
8A climbs the 1 in 30 grade up Emerald Bank.
6A awaits attention in the Puffing Billy Railway's workshops at Belgrave.
With a completely clear exhaust, 6A climbs bunker-first into Menzies Creek, returning to Belgrave from Lakeside.
6A rolls on to the famous Monbulk Creek trestle bridge with the first train of the day to Lakeside.
8A shunts at Menzies Creek, returning from Gembrook with a 1920's style 'mixed' tour. The train stopped at several points along the way to shunt on or off goods wagons, as was typical in the railw... (more)
2'6" Gauge locos 8A and 6A prepare to take out the first train of the morning from Belgrave. 8A will assist as far as Menzies Creek, from where 6A will lead the train to Gembrook.
7A storms up Fielder Bank right on dusk with a mixed special bound for Gembrook. It was quite a fluke I managed to get this shot: the access road was blocked by a truck, so we had to walk in, and ... (more)
Loco 7A leads a 1920's style mixed special over the famous Monbulk trestle, bound for Gembrook.
Locos 8A 6A and G42 prepare to run the day's trains at Belgrave loco depot. 8A & 6A will double-head on the first run, while Garratt G42 will take 'The Lunch Train.'