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  1. Steves downunder trains

    Steves downunder trains

    Rail Transport Museum recently restored ex NSWR 4001 imported from MLW rides aussie rails again on a tour train to Bathurst sunday Dec 5th 2010. The chosen royal blue scheme contrasts with the more traditional indian red/tuscan schemes of assist preserved units 4520 and 44211.
  2. Steves downunder trains

    Steves downunder trains

    Rail Transport Museum recently restored ex NSWR 4001 imported from MLW rides aussie rails again on a tour train to Bathurst sunday Dec 5th 2010. The chosen royal blue scheme contrasts with the more traditional indian red/tuscan schemes of assist preserved units 4520 and 44211.
  3. Steves downunder trains

    Steves downunder trains

    Rail Transport Museum recently restored ex NSWR 4001 imported from MLW rides aussie rails again on a tour train to Bathurst sunday Dec 5th 2010. The chosen royal blue scheme contrasts with the more traditional indian red/tuscan schemes of assist preserved units 4520 and 44211.
  4. Steve's down-under train shots

    Steve's down-under train shots

    NSW Rail Transport Museum preserved NSWR puffer billy 5910 goes for a spin on the Lithgow turntable. A USRA light mike built by Baldwin/Lima/Hamilton in 1952. The 59 class were delivered as oil burners which were quickly converted to coal. Yes, it has that destinctive tugboat whistle
  5. Smoke Signals at Ardglen

    Smoke Signals at Ardglen

    Back in 1998 during july, the RTM decided to run an "American Style" train to celebrate the 4th. This vintage train evoked the NSWGR grand style from the previous century. Preserved puffer billy 5910 seen here, wheels spinning on the "anti-traction device (flange oiler)&quot...
  6. Ya can't beat tradition

    Ya can't beat tradition

    The more they changes things here, the more I long for the past. Fortunately the Rusty Train Museum continues to portray NSW tradition. Preserved 4490 DL500B and 4520 DL541 haul special WL31 west through Locksley back in 1996. I am sick of corporate blue, Bring Back tuscan and indian red...
  7. Nose Jobs

    Nose Jobs

    Back in winter time 2000, I chased a westbound Rail Transport Museum special being hauled by 4306 and 4201. The NSWGR adopted a plethora of diesel locomotive shapes and designs. But, being a government railway, the budget often constrained the numbers of locomotives built in each class. Just...
  8. Yank mike

    Yank mike

    Back in 1990 I shot at Rail Transport Museum preserved puffer billy 5910 departing Picton and stomping across Picton viaduct heading along the loop line to Thirlmere. 5910 was built in 1952 by Baldwin and was one of twenty 59 class sent to the NSWGR here in Australia. It features that...



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