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192-20117 viewsJunee, NSWSRA standard gauge locomotive depot, class leader of the NSWGR 45 class 4501 an ALCo RSD-20 or DL-541 built by AE Goodwin in 1962 with serial 84143.
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192-21110 viewsJunee, NSW Main South, mechanical lower quadrant semaphore signals affixed to the Kemp Street Bridge, looking north.
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192-22142 viewsJunee, NSW Main South, mechanical lower quadrant ground shunting semaphore signals, hinged arms for tight clearances.
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192-23106 viewsJunee, NSW Main South, mechanical lower quadrant semaphore signals, looking north.
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192-24112 viewsCootamundra West, NSW, originally a railway station on the Lake Cargelligo railway line, signal box and sign view with the most impressive station sign!
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192-25111 viewsCootamundra West, NSW, view looking up direction across Freer's private grade crossing towards Cootamundra West from the up home mechanical lower quadrant semaphore signal on a wooden post and still with finial. Lever 48 operates this signal. The sidings on the left are the Refuge and No.1 Goods Sidings.
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192-26116 viewsCootamundra West, NSW, view looking up direction towards Cootamundra West along the Temora mainline. The sidings on the left are the Refuge Siding and the BWH / NMGA grain waggons are on No.1 Goods Sidings.
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192-27138 viewsCootamundra West, NSW, view looking in the up direction from the end No.1 Goods Siding and points can just be seen for No.2 Goods Siding. Taken from the Refuge Siding. The timber storage box behind the 50 km/h sign is a fettler's tool box.
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192-28110 viewsCootamundra West, NSW, view looking east in the up direction of the reduced height mechanical lower quadrant semaphore signals due to the airport beside the line, the left doll is operated by lever 43 and is for the Temora to Loop Line while the right is lever 47 and for the Temora to Main Line or South Fork. Frame B is visible on the left and the clearance bar on the main can be seen. The concrete footing is for a future electric light signal installation.
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192-29113 viewsCootamundra West, NSW, view of Frame B and metal post mechanical lower quadrant semaphore signal operated by lever 37 is for up moves out of the Refuge or Goods Sidings to the Loop Line. The signal post is reduced in height due to the airfield adjacent to the line.
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192-30146 viewsCootamundra West, NSW, looking east in the up direction, with the Loop Line on the left and the Temora Main Line in the middle with the points to the right for Tumut Siding with the road running back west on the far right the C.O.R. Siding. The little hut is for Frame D. The signal post on the is for down movements and the arms are operated by levers 29 and 30 and are for down moves from the Loop Line to either Temora Main Line or Refuge and Goods Sidings. The Up Main Line and South Fork semaphores can be seen in the distance.
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192-31113 viewsCootamundra West, NSW, looking east in the up direction with the Loop Line on the left, Main Line lower quadrant semaphores for up movements to Main Line operated by lever 41 and South Fork to the right from lever 46, with each respective lines down semaphore signals facing away. The signal box and station are in the distance and the siding at right is the Tumut Siding. The house in the distance looks a lot like a NSWGR departmental residence.
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192-32109 viewsCootamundra West, NSW, looking east in the up direction with the Loop Line on the far left, Main Line lower quadrant semaphore for down movements to Main Line operated by lever 7 and South Fork down movements to Main Line by lever 3, the point clearance bars are visible, the signal box and station along with the Ganger's trolley hut are in the distance and the siding at right is Tumut Siding. The house in the distance looks a lot like a NSWGR departmental residence.
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192-33118 viewsCootamundra West, NSW, signal box diagram and lever pull list.
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192-34108 viewsCootamundra West, NSW, signal box diagram and lever pull list.
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192-35106 viewsCootamundra West, NSW, internal view of the 56 lever signal frame, staff instrument for the line west to Stockinbingal.
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192-36111 viewsCootamundra West, NSW, looking east in the up direction along the Main Line from the platform with the Loop Line on the left and across the partially removed scissors crossover and the non-interlocked crossing gates for Yass Road. The lower quadrant semaphore signal on the left is operated by lever 42 while the right one is operated by lever 40. The facing signal right at the road crossing is controlled by Cootamundra North Signal Box, the down facing signals are from levers 6 Goulburn to Main Line and 14 Goulburn to Loop Line.
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192-37122 viewsCootamundra West, NSW, looking east in the up direction along South Fork, the truncated Tumut Siding is on the right, the Main South can be seen across the Yass Road non-interlocked hand gates with the top up semaphore signal operated by lever 45 and the lower arm controlled by Cootamundra North Signal Box.
   
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