An 'up' train approaches Sandown Park station. The extra wide overhead gantry is evidence of the old layover sidings, which catered for special trains serving the nearby racecourse.
BL30-8143 lead a loaded grain train down the 1 in 50 grade into Ararat, in western Victoria.
G531 slowly moves out of Warrnambool yard with the daily goods from Melbourne, heading for the nearby freight terminal at Dennington
3698 'Repulse' takes water just outside the rough cut tunnel at Haverthwaite. 'Repulse' (named after a WWII battle cruiser) was built in 1950 and worked for the National Coal Board until 1975.
A Comeng set rolls along the single track through the bush between Eltham and Diamond Creek.
1604 entered service as a branch line loco with Queensland Railways in 1962, based at the outback town of Alpha. Withdrawn in 1991, the loco is now preserved a long way from home, on Victoria's Be... (more)
A Comeng set departs Werribee for the city, on a clear Summer morning.
A71 is looking a little worse for wear as it rests in North Geelong yard.
N467 approaches Kilmore East with the 'up' Shepparton pass.
A trio of Sprinters head towards Melbourne, just after leaving Wallan on an 'up' Seymour.
N465 'City of Ballaarat' accelerates away from a stop at Wallan, with the 'up' Shepparton pass.
This scene at Wallan shows a great collection of vintage equipment still in revenue service in 2017: A66 is the last serving member of the A class, originally built as B66 in 1952, and extensively... (more)
One of V/line's 'Y class' yard pilots docks the cars for the 17:11 Seymour service at Southern Cross. Shortly 'Bulldog' loco A66 will roll over from the Dudley Street sidings to lead the train.
The only remaining 'Bulldog' locomotive still in regular passenger service - A66 passes through Jacana with the 17:11 Seymour service.
A Broadmeadows service climbs out of the City Loop, as another set heads towards Southern Cross and Flinders Street 'direct.'