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Skulking Silverton

LMC is closed, um well, that is we (Pacific National nee Freight Corp, nee State Rail) can't get in with a locomotive. But, I have spied this Silverton "jumbo" (442 class DL500G) skulking in LMC over the past couple of nights that I have endured back shift. Ok, Silverton have the contract to remove the rusting hulk electric locomotives for scrapping. But, I do wonder why there are wagons attached to this "intruder" aussie alco jumbo. Amusingly, this unit has suffered a graffiti attack. I am backshift again tonight and will check to see if the unit still skulks in what was our maintenance depot.

Aussie Alco.
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