Great Southern Railway's historic passenger service known as "The Ghan" is seen here with NR's 109 & 74 powering through Nectar Brook near Port Augusta in South Australia during it's long journey ... (more)
The second DL class locomotive to make its way over to the west in the space of a week, DL48 still in old AN green livery returned an eastbound PacNat intermodal out of Kewdale behind NRs 113 & 35... (more)
In almost matching green paint NR55/ AN4 lead 4PM6 into Parkeston on 17 July 2008. Both locos are now in Pacific National blue & yellow.
Under clear blue western sky NR51/ NR48 leave West Kalgoorlie on 6SP6 heading to Perth.
Captured during a teeming tropical downpour, the second Ghan service from Adelaide to Darwin hauled by locos NR109 and NR74 in Ghan colors, rounds the curves near the Fergusson River on 11.2.2004
NR class painted for the passenger train `The Ghan' running from Adelaide to Darwin.