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245-141 viewsWudinna, empty grain train shunts a rake of waggons before backing them into the grain siding, former Australian National Co-Co locomotives AE Goodwin ALCo model DL531 830 class units 842, serial no. 84140 and 851 serial no. 84137, 851 having been on the Eyre Peninsula since delivered in 1962. 7th April, 2003.Jul 18, 2022
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245-130 viewsWudinna, empty grain train behind a trio of former Australian National locomotives with rebuilt former AE Goodwin ALCo model DL531 830 class ex 839, serial 83730, rebuilt by Port Augusta Workshops to DA class, DA 4 leading two AE Goodwin ALCo model DL531 830 class units 842, serial 84140 and 851 serial 84137, 851 having been on the Eyre Peninsula since delivered in 1962, to shunt off empty waggons into the grain siding. 7th April 2003.Jul 18, 2022
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245-120 viewsWudinna, north bound empty grain train arrives behind a trio of former Australian National locomotives with rebuilt former AE Goodwin ALCo model DL531 830 class ex 839, serial 83730, rebuilt by Port Augusta Workshops to DA class, DA 4 leading two AE Goodwin ALCo model DL531 830 class units 842, serial 84140 and 851 serial 84137, 851 having been on the Eyre Peninsula since delivered in 1962, to shunt off empty waggons into the grain siding. 7th April 2003.Jul 18, 2022
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245-111 viewsWudinna's peace is disturbed as the birds take off as an empty down grain train arrives along the mainline to shunt off some waggons. 7th April, 2003.Jul 18, 2022
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245-100 viewsPort Lincoln loco workshops, still in former owner AN livery, Australian Southern 830 class locomotive 851 AE Goodwin ALCo model DL531 serial 84137 which has been on the Eyre Peninsula Division since being built in April 1962, roster shot coupled to sister unit. 6th April 2003.Jul 18, 2022
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245-090 viewsPort Lincoln loco workshops, still in former owner AN livery, Australian Southern 830 class locomotive 851 AE Goodwin ALCo model DL531 serial 84137 which has been on the Eyre Peninsula Division since being built in April 1962, stabled motive power over the weekend downtime. 6th April 2003.Jul 18, 2022
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245-081 viewsPort Lincoln loco workshops, still in former owner AN livery, Australian Southern 830 class locomotive 851 AE Goodwin ALCo model DL531 serial 84137 which has been on the Eyre Peninsula Division since being built in April 1962, stabled motive power over the weekend downtime. 6th April 2003.Jul 18, 2022
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245-070 viewsPort Lincoln loco workshops, cab side view of DA 4, former Australian National locomotive rebuilt from former AE Goodwin ALCo model DL531 830 class ex 839, serial 83730, rebuilt by Port Augusta Workshops to DA class. 6th April, 2003.Jul 18, 2022
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245-060 viewsPort Lincoln loco workshops, still in former owner AN livery, Australian Southern 830 class locomotive 865 AE Goodwin ALCo model DL531 serial 84711, roster shot in multi-unit consist with sister unit 873 and DA class unit DA 6. 6th April 2003.Jul 18, 2022
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245-050 viewsPort Lincoln loco workshops, still in former owner AN livery, Australian Southern 830 class locomotive 865 AE Goodwin ALCo model DL531 serial 84711, roster shot in multi-unit consist with sister unit 873 and DA class unit DA 6. 6th April 2003.Jul 18, 2022
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245-040 viewsPort Lincoln loco workshops, still in former owner AN livery, Australian Southern 830 class locomotive 865 AE Goodwin ALCo model DL531 serial 84711. 6th April 2003.Jul 18, 2022
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245-030 viewsPort Lincoln loco workshops, still in former owner Australian National livery, Australian Southern narrow gauge 830 class locomotive 873 in an AE Goodwin built ALCo DL531 model with serial G3422-3 built new for the SAR in 1966 and delivered new to Port Lincoln in April 1966, it has spent it's whole working life on the Eyre Peninsula. 6th April 2003.Jul 18, 2022
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245-020 viewsPort Lincoln loco workshops, still in former owner AN livery, Australian Southern 830 class locomotive 865 AE Goodwin ALCo model DL531 serial 84711, cab side shot. 6th April 2003.Jul 18, 2022
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245-011 viewsPort Lincoln loco workshops, DA 6 still wearing former owners AN livery, albeit with Australian Southern decal, this unit was rebuilt by Port Augusta Workshops in 1996 from original AE Goodwin built 830 class 836 serial number 83727 and originally delivered to broad gauge in June 1960. 6th April, 2003.Jul 18, 2022
WTT_Suburban_Goods_1982_Nov_01.pdf
WTT Suburban Goods 1982 Nov 0111 viewsSuburban Goods Train Time-Tables for Parts I and II of the Metropolitan District Working Time-Table.
1st November 1982.
20 pages, 11.4 MB download.
Apr 29, 2022
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257-329 viewsGoldsworthy Junction, empty train with second unit BHP Iron Ore loco 5632 'Poseidon' one of four new built GE CM39-8 model locomotives by Goninan in late 1998 with serial number 5831-11 / 88-081.Mar 12, 2022
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257-315 viewsGoldsworthy Junction an empty train thunders through the junction behind 6000 horsepower behemoth 6072 'Hesta' serial number 51064 and built by General Electric in Erie USA in 1999 and a new built CM39-8 unit 5632 'Poseidon' by Goninan with serial number 5831-11 / 88-081. Late 2001.Mar 12, 2022
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257-303 viewsGoldsworthy Junction an empty train thunders through the junction behind 6000 horsepower behemoth 6072 'Hesta' serial number 51064 and built by General Electric in Erie USA in 1999 and a new built CM39-8 unit 5632 'Poseidon' by Goninan with serial number 5831-11 / 88-081. Late 2001.Mar 12, 2022
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257-291 viewsGoldsworthy Junction looking north as an empty train approaches, the line curving in from the right in the Goldsworthy or Yarrie line. The dual searchlight signal is GJ 9 and is so positioned to allow approaching trains to see the junction signal, like a repeater. Late 2001.Mar 12, 2022
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257-280 viewsGoldsworthy Junction looking north as an empty train approaches, the line curving in from the right in the Goldsworthy or Yarrie line. The dual searchlight signal is GJ 9 and is so positioned to allow approaching trains to see the junction signal, like a repeater. Late 2001.Mar 12, 2022
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