Lashed down and ready for a long slow road trip from Durban to Pretoria. On a miserable winter morning this is ex Queensland Railway Class 1720 Clyde GL18C Co-Co, 1769D, shortly after being crane... (more)
1769D (in original QR Blue) trails a light engine movement out of Fisherman Islands, on their way to Acacia Ridge, Mayne and Redbank workshops.
The drivers of 1744D and 1769D stop their locos on the Dickabram Bridge in order to get photos of this historic event. As they do, a local slowly eases past the locos on the roadway portion of the... (more)
QRNational locomotives 1744D and 1769D form the first train on the Kingaroy Branch in several years. They are seen here crossing a small trestle bridge just outside Woolooga on their way to Murgon... (more)
A side on view as 1744D and 1769D slowly cross the Dickabram Bridge, crossing the Mary River 50 metres below. This bridge conveys both rail and road traffic, although this is the first train to us... (more)
The drivers of 1744D and 1769D gently, and very slowly, ease their locomotives onto the Dickabram Bridge. This bridge carries both rail and road traffic, and is slowly falling into a state of disr... (more)
The sun has only just risen as QRNational locomotives 1769D and 1744D begin their slow trip to Murgon, on the Kingaroy Branch. This is the first train to use this line in several years! Both locom... (more)
Ready to return to work after servicing at the Redbank LMD.