The Savannahlander - After two days has reached the end of the line, the tiny North-West Queensland town of Forsayth.
The Savannahlander arrives back in Cairns after its 900km/ 4 day round trip to the tiny town of Forsayth
The Gulflander. This oddity of Australian railways departs the lightly populated town of Normanton every Wednesday for its 150km, 5 hour journey to the even smaller town of Croydon. The train is s... (more)
NSWGR railmotor set #727/622 waits at Tenterfield..... Still waiting...
A section of the Brisbane Valley branchline, which has been disused for 20 years. It almost looks as though it could be used today, err....except for that tree in the way...
QR Traveltrain's 'Westlander' service leaves Gatton, headed by Clyde/GM #2411, bound for Brisbane
Queensland Rail Inspection Railmotor #2032/2064 leaves the rural town of Monto (approx. 600km NW of Brisbane), heading for Gladstone, on an inspection of the Boyne Valley branchline.
QR's Electric Tilt Train, the 'City of Rockhampton', crosses the Burnett River on it's way to Brisbane
This Railmotor began service in 1960 and was withdrawn in 1988
QR Clyde/GM's #2143 & #2144 power their way towards Gladstone with a load of limestone from Taragoola, between Gladstone and Monto
The first train to run on the Boyne Valley branchline for over two years was QR's inspection railmotor #2032/2064. Seen here at the logging town of Kalpowar
1725D sits at Monto waiting to head back to Maryborough with the once weekly Monto-Maryborough Goods Train
Last of it's class, Clyde/GM #4049, fresh out of the factory. Next to it is an Intercity Express Carriage in for an overhaul