Electric locomotive 3801 (not to be mistaken by the famous Australian steam locomotive of the same number) trails a loaded coal train south through Epala bound for Gladstone
Former NSW Government Railways 'Pacific' locomotive 3801 races out of the Long Island Tunnel and onto the Hawkesbury River Bridge on a special trial run. This was the engine's first run following ... (more)
Large all-welded new boiler for the famous australian streamlined 3801 "Pacific" of the New South Wales Rail Transport Museum in Thirlmere. This boiler was delivered to Australia in october 2010 t... (more)
Performing at a photo stop en-route to Albury.
QGRY freight from Trois Rivieres / Montreal toward St-Therese. You can see the train in march snowfall at St-Rose. This train runs six day/week. Leave the CP St-Luc yard around AM 6:45.
While still in grey, 3801 is serviced at Moss Vale.
ALCO 3801 with sister loco 3814 pushing at the rear, climb the 4% grade Bolan Pass at Dozan. Note the semaphore signal at the top of the photo and the steps made to maintain it.
Second last shot of a great day, 3801 rounding a bend just outside Werris Creek where it will stable for the night, on the Heartland Flyer tour.
3801 at Willow Tree on the Heartland Flyer tour..
3 tracks, 2 gauges, 4 locos, 3 trains at Heathcote Junction in 1988 AusSteam Festival Triple Run Special: 3801 on standard gauge; D3 639, K153, R761 all on broad gauge.
The Heartland Flyer near Werris Creek in NSW, where it will table for the night.
The Heartland Flyer near Wellington in NSW, passing under a rainbow.
Streamlined 3801 (4-6-2) at line speed heading south to Albury NSW. Taken after sunset at 1/30th sec max ISO in near dark conditions.
Preparing for the Clarence Collery Tour.
Dad gave Clear instructions to frame the locomotive in the water stand! 3801 is seen at Thirlmere ready to steam off on the Clarence Collery tour.