Still going strong after 37 years, XP2005 trails the daylight Sydney to Melbourne service east of the town of Goulburn, 200km south-west of Sydney. These iconic trains, based on the British HST se... (more)
Seen powering past the 240km marker point on the Canberra branch line was the midday Xplorer service to Sydney.
On a crisp spring morning, the once daily train has just departed the New England town of Armidale, at the beginning of it's 578km (359mi) journey to Sydney. Since rationalisation in the 1990s, th... (more)
An unusual sight on the Canberra branch line was this ballast train with 44204-B61-8049 heading north after a weekend of dropping ballast during a track possession.
The daylight XPT from Sydney to Melbourne slows for a station stop at the border town of Albury, once the break of gauge station between the New South Wales and Victorian networks.
Over the weekend, Waratah A42 and A15 soak up the midday sun in the Yard at Richmond. These trains are not required for duty at the weekend.
The once weekly service to Griffith is seen stopped for passengers at Yass Junction, 4 hours into it's 8.5 hour journey. All other passenger trains here are XPT services.
A CityRail/NSW Trainlink V set sits on platform 2 at Newcastle Railway Station.
On a clear day, Waratah A18 slows for a station stop at Canterbury on the Bankstown Line. This unit wears the new Sydney Trains livery following the split of RailCorp into Sydney-NSW Trains on Jul... (more)
A few passengers wait on the platform at Summer Hill as Waratah A41 slows for a station stop en route to Ashfield on the Inner West Line. This unit bears the new Sydney Trains scheme.
NR10 leads NR30,17 on a soutbound mixed steelie to Whyalla,All 3 NR's have been repainted into the Pacific National livery and look quite clean.
GL101 with MZ1433,1431,1428,4461,4707,4498 and MZ1435 all shutdown in one siding while VL351 and RL301,302 passing through Cooks river yard with some containers from Port Botany,Also noticable in ... (more)
NR16 leads 99 and NR113 as they round the curves as they approach Cootamundra with a Sydney-Perth superfreighter.
8178 leads 8163 towards Cootamundra just before sunset.
G535 leads EL54 and EL60 as they wait at West Coota station to enter the main south line as they head to Port Kemla to unload.