Once a year The Climax 1694 comes out and heads The Commissioners Train as far as Emerald, Melbourne on the Puffing Billy branch...
And for a 40th Birthday present from my kids was no exception... (more)
Puffing Billy's Hack Spot, this was the first time ever I have visited and photographed this area...
Puffing Billy's 14A crosses the old trestle bridge over Monbulk Creek with it's 11:10am Serv... (more)
G42 powers across the Monbulk Creek trestle bridge, with a regular service from Belgrave to Lakeside. The Victorian Railways received a pair of these 2'6" gauge Garratts from Beyer Peacock in... (more)
A crowd gathers to watch Puffing Billy's 8A pull its train across the famous trestle bridge just outside Belgrave station.
G42 is seen part way through an exam at the Puffing Billy Railway's Belgrave workshops. The Victorian Railways had two of these 2'6" gauge Garratts, with G42 being the only survivor.
6A awaits attention in the Puffing Billy Railway's workshops at Belgrave.
6A rolls on to the famous Monbulk Creek trestle bridge with the first train of the day to Lakeside.
58RM basks in the winter sun at the suburban terminus of Belgrave, having just battled her way up the 1 in 30 grades from Ferntree Gully.
Climax 1694 of 1928 crosses the famous Monbulk Creek trestle bridge near Belgrave on a Commissioners Special in May 1996 on the Puffing Billy Railway. This locomotive is currently under restoratio... (more)
7A powers across the historical Monbulk Creek trestle with a mixed train bound for the terminus at Gembrook
The newly restored 2'6" gauge Garrett at the depot
Double headed NA's on the morning run out of Belgrave