57313, with out of sight 47832 on the rear, bring a West Coast tour train into Carlisle.
S3303 powers a loaded Worsley Alumina lime train south through Wokalup.
P2510, P2503 and DFZ2405 depart the loop at Bell with a loaded Mt Gibson iron ore train.
PA2819 works an alumina train from the Alcoa refinery at Calcine, near Pinjarra.
The dampness and gloom of winter is made much better by the chance to see and ride behind a Roaring Camp and Big Trees Railroad Shay loco.
Lime wagons are being taken to Cockburn Cement for loading.
SD40-2 5923 switches the CP yard at Cranbrook.
CLP14 and ALF25 work a containerized train of copper concentrates south for export.
DA1571 leads a special train consisting of former South African Railways coaches through Mt Lawley.
527 is an English Electric loco built in Islington, South Australia, and last operated by Aurizon in Western Australia.
DFZ2403, with DFZ2406 out of sight on the rear, brings a consist of woodchips through the unloader at the port of Albany.
A Southern Pacific train crosses the diamonds at Colton.
A Rio Tinto empty iron ore train heads south to load.
GE locos 7045, 8117 and 9401 work a loaded iron ore train north of Tom Price, near the former siding of Swan.
2000 was the first locomotive owned by Hamersley Iron, an imported Alco C-628. It is now preserved at the Rio Tinto yard at Seven Mile near Karratha,