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188-3757 viewsJunee, NSWSRA standard gauge locomotive depot, 48 class MK III unit 4890 serial G3420-5 in the red terror livery, built by AE Goodwin as ALCo model DL531. Scrapped in 2014.May 14, 2014
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188-3645 viewsJunee, NSWSRA standard gauge locomotive depot, 48 class unit 4839 serial 84129 in the red terror livery. Built by AE Goodwin as ALCo model DL531. Unit withdrawn in 1994 and subsequently scrapped.May 14, 2014
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188-3548 viewsJunee, NSWSRA standard gauge locomotive depot, 48 class unit 4815 serial 83820 wearing the reverse Indian red livery, AE Goodwin built ALCo model DL531. Unit has seen been scrapped after service with Greentrains.May 14, 2014
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188-3453 viewsJunee, NSWSRA standard gauge locomotive depot, 48 class unit 4823 serial 83818 in the red terror livery. AE Goodwin built ALCo DL531 model. Unit scrapped in 1999.May 14, 2014
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188-3348 viewsJunee, NSWSRA standard gauge locomotive depot, 48 class MK I unit 4841 serial 84131 in candy livery, built by AE Goodwin as ALCo model DL531 is joined by three sister units.May 14, 2014
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188-3244 viewsJunee, NSWSRA standard gauge locomotive depot, 48 class MK I unit 4841 serial 84131 in candy livery, built by AE Goodwin as ALCo model DL531.May 14, 2014
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188-3147 viewsJunee, NSWSRA standard gauge locomotive depot, 81 class unit 8145 serial 84-1064, Clyde Engineering built EMD model JT26C-2SS.May 14, 2014
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188-3043 viewsJunee, NSWSRA standard gauge locomotive depot, 81 class unit 8145 serial 84-1064, Clyde Engineering built EMD model JT26C-2SS.May 14, 2014
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188-2948 viewsJunee station precinct, NSW Main South looking south, dock platform and down platform on the left, up platform on the right.May 14, 2014
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188-2848 viewsJunee, NSW Main South, looking north with the mainlines to Sydney running straight ahead and the former line to Hay and Old Junee curving away to the left.May 14, 2014
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188-2745 viewsJunee North Signal Box.May 14, 2014
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188-2648 viewsJunee, NSW Main South, looking north with Junee North Signal Box and the Olympic Hwy grade crossing.May 14, 2014
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188-2548 viewsJunee, NSW Main South, looking north, semaphore signals and Junee North signal box.May 14, 2014
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188-2454 viewsJunee, NSW Main South looking towards Albury along the middle road which becomes the mainline, the Down Shunting Neck is on the left, the signal bridge is at the 485.920 km.May 14, 2014
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188-2348 viewsJunee, NSW Main South, looking towards Albury with the Junee South Signal Box and the Kemp Street overbridge.May 14, 2014
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188-2246 viewsJunee station on the NSW Main South line, 485 km from Sydney, opened in July 1878, view across to the Up Platform from the Down Platform with NGMA grain waggons in No 2 Up Siding.May 14, 2014
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188-2158 viewsHarefield, located at the 497.6 km from Sydney on the NSW Main South.May 14, 2014
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188-20100 viewsHarefield, located at the 497.6 km from Sydney on the NSW Main South.May 14, 2014
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188-19100 viewsHarefield, located at the 497.6 km from Sydney on the NSW Main South.May 14, 2014
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188-1899 viewsHarefield, located at the 497.6 km from Sydney on the NSW Main South.May 14, 2014
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