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More photographs of July- August 1982.   


CL14"Charlie Jones" heads an eastbound freight towards Golden Ridge east of Kalgoorlie on 20 August 1982. CL14 was rebuilt into CLP11and is now owned by the Australian Railroad Group's Australia Southern subsidary. 


Still carrying its Commonwealth Railways branding CL3 shunts at Parkestone on 20 August 1982. CL3 is now CLP 13


GM7+GM10 at the head of an eastbound Indian Pacific consist stand at Parkestone on 21 August 1982. Today GM7 has been scrapped, GM 10 belongs to Great Northern, the Indian Pacific is owned and operated by Great Southern Railway with motive power being supplied by Pacific National, the Indian Pacific does not normally stop at Parkestone today, unless to cross another train.  


Pinjarra on 29 August 1982, it is not what it seems the units are not doubleheading, English Electric F40 stands in front of Comeng/Alco NA1874. The F class is waiting for the return of the HVR steam train from Dwellingup whilst the NA and its train are stabled. Today F40 is privately owned and resides at the Boyanup Transport Museum and NA1874 is owned by South Spur Rail Services. 


Hotham Valley's W920+W903 climb towards Dwellingup on 29 August 1982. Today you can still ride an Hotham Valley train to Dwellingup behind steam, the coaches are no longer the same they were replaced with Hotham's South African fleet.
A link to Hotham Valley Railway's website can be found on our links page.