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  1. Waiting for the cross at Kempsey

    Waiting for the cross at Kempsey

    On the north coast of New South Wales (Australia), Interail's Brisbane to Melbourne freight 3BM7 stands at Kempsey at 11.16pm on Tuesday 17 March 2009, waiting to cross Sydney-Brisbane XPT passenger train NT31. Powered by cab units CLP10+CLF4+CLP12, the 1710 tonne train included fifty container...
  2. Bushfire


    A small bushfire works its way along the road reserve beside Mt.Isa-Townsville Jetty zinc concentrate train 9253 in north Queensland, Australia. The mineral train was powered by QRNational 2800 class Goninan-General Electric CM30-8 units 2805+2812.
  3. Vintage GMs

    Vintage GMs

    Vintage Clyde-built GMs still out there earning a living..Mainly on infrastructure trains, ballasting contract duties etc.

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