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Australian National Railways

The Commonwealth Railways were formed as part of the Federal Government's "buy-off" of Western Australia, as an inducement to enter federation in 1905. Of course, political promises being what they are, it took a while before the railway system actually came into being, and the CR was established by an Act of Parliament in 1911. The Commonwealth Railways had the responsibility of running the trans-continental line from Port Augusta in South Australia to Kalgoorlie in Western Australia (opened in 1917), and then subsequently, the Central Australia Railway (Port Pirie to Alice Springs) and the North Australia Railway (Darwin to Birdum) when they opened.

In 1974, the Whitlam Government offered to take over the railway systems of each state. For political reasons, only the South Australian and Tasmanian Governments took up the offer, and the Australian National Railways were born from the conjunction of the Commonwealth, South Australian and Tasmanian Railway systems.

From inception, a system that controlled only two non-adjacent states was bound to suffer the same difficulties as any other separate system, and so very little of substance changed. Australian Railways, let alone "National" ones, have always suffered from political interference. Here was the chance to move the fragmented, isolated and largely decoupled railway systems forward, and most state governments could not see beyond their parochial interests. This railway system goes into the category of "what might have been ..."

The ANR pages now include all the material previously filed under CR, and also all diesels previously classified under SA.

AL Class Co-Co diesel electric

AL21

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  • Date : Feb 1982, catalogued 31 May 1999
  • Photographer : John Hurst
  • Medium : Kodachrome, slide number 12101
  • Description : These units were based upon the NSW Clyde GM 422 class. Here we see AL21 idle at Port Pirie. All of the class have since been rebuilt as the ALF class.


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  • Date : 08 Nov 2004, catalogued 21 Nov 2004
  • Photographer : John Hurst
  • Medium : digital camera (Canon S40), image location IMG_18550
  • Description : ALF23 is the last loco in a 4-diesel wheat train at Keith.


BL Class Co-Co diesel electric

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  • Date : Jan 1985, catalogued 18 Apr 1998
  • Photographer : John Hurst
  • Medium : Kodachrome, slide number 13097
  • Description : Wow! 7 locos on the one train! BL32 plus 6 other locos (another BL, X, and 4x930s) lift a heavy goods through Pinera Station. The photographer's nephews are also pretty excited by the parade. See also BL32+X+932-2


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  • Date : Jan 1993, catalogued 02 Jan 2001
  • Photographer : John Hurst
  • Medium : Kodachrome, slide number 18811
  • Description : Thanks to the derailment at Coonalpyn, an unrecognizable BL and GM42 wait at Tintinara for the line to be cleared. (See Coonalpyn-5 for an explanation of why the BL is unrecognizable.)


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  • Date : Jan 1993, catalogued 02 Jan 2001
  • Photographer : John Hurst
  • Medium : Kodachrome, slide number 18812
  • Description : Thanks to the derailment at Coonalpyn, an unrecognizable BL and GM42 wait at Tintinara for the line to be cleared. (See Coonalpyn-5 for an explanation of why the BL is unrecognizable.)


CL Class Co-Co diesel electric

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  • Date : ?, installed 18 Mar 2000
  • Photographer : Ron Krueger, used with permission.
  • Medium : colour print, scanned on an optic-pro 9636T Plustek. Kindly forwarded electronically by Ron Krueger.
  • Description : CL6 at Crystal Brook(SA) on goods 250.


CLF Class Co-Co diesel electric

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  • Date : 08 Nov 2004, catalogued 21 Nov 2004
  • Photographer : John Hurst
  • Medium : digital camera (Canon S40), image location IMG_18549
  • Description : CLF2 is the second last loco in a 4-diesel wheat train at Keith.


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  • Date : 2001, catalogued 04 Aug 2001
  • Photographer : David Taylor
  • Medium : email digital image, image location ASRMR8
  • Description :


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  • Date : 2001, catalogued 04 Aug 2001
  • Photographer : David Taylor
  • Medium : email digital image, image location ASRMR2
  • Description :


CLP Class Co-Co diesel electric

CLP-10 was reclassified 3010 when it was taken over by the Australian Railway Group (known in Yankee-speak as the "Australian Railroad Group").

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  • Date : 08 Nov 2004, catalogued 21 Nov 2004
  • Photographer : John Hurst
  • Medium : digital camera (Canon S40), image location IMG_18546
  • Description : 3010 Mirning stands at the head of a 4-diesel wheat train at Keith


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  • Date : 08 Nov 2004, catalogued 15 Oct 2006
  • Photographer : John Hurst
  • Medium : digital camera (Canon S40), image location /home/ajh/Pictures/Albums/2004/11/08/IMG_18535.jpg
  • Description : ARG's 3010 shunts a long wheat train at Keith, South Australia


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  • Date : 08 Nov 2004, catalogued 15 Oct 2006
  • Photographer : John Hurst
  • Medium : digital camera (Canon S40), image location /home/ajh/Pictures/Albums/2004/11/08/IMG_18537.jpg
  • Description : ARG's 3010 shunts a long wheat train at Keith, South Australia


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  • Date : 08 Nov 2004, catalogued 15 Oct 2006
  • Photographer : John Hurst
  • Medium : digital camera (Canon S40), image location /home/ajh/Pictures/Albums/2004/11/08/IMG_18538.jpg
  • Description : ARG's 3010 shunts a long wheat train at Keith, South Australia


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  • Date : 08 Nov 2004, catalogued 15 Oct 2006
  • Photographer : John Hurst
  • Medium : digital camera (Canon S40), image location /home/ajh/Pictures/Albums/2004/11/08/IMG_18542.jpg
  • Description : ARG's 3010 shunts a long wheat train at Keith, South Australia


  • Image : dir=anr/ page=index 184234 bytes, 800x600 pixels
  • Date : 08 Nov 2004, catalogued 15 Oct 2006
  • Photographer : John Hurst
  • Medium : digital camera (Canon S40), image location /home/ajh/Pictures/Albums/2004/11/08/IMG_18543.jpg
  • Description : ARG's 3010 shunts a long wheat train at Keith, South Australia


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  • Date : 08 Nov 2004, catalogued 21 Nov 2004
  • Photographer : John Hurst
  • Medium : digital camera (Canon S40), image location IMG_18545
  • Description : 3010 Mirning stands at the head of a 4-diesel wheat train at Keith


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  • Date : 01 Jan 2006, catalogued 25 Jun 2010
  • Photographer : (per) Neil Quigg
  • Medium : email digital image, image location CLP13
  • Description : Unlucky for some! CLP13 in the dirt, Sydney somewhere?


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  • Date : 01 Jan 2006, catalogued 10 Aug 2010
  • Photographer : (per) Neil Quigg
  • Medium : email digital image, image location CLP13_1
  • Description : Another view of CLP13 in the dirt, amidst some rather scrunched-up track!


In relation to the above two images, Neil reports that if you check out the Google Earth coordinates (-33.888816,151.024056) for the site of the above derailment, you will find evidence of track work. Amazingly, there appears to be a heavy lift crane lying on its side! Any reader who can bring more information to this story is most welcome to email me.

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  • Date : Feb 1995, catalogued 1997
  • Photographer : John Hurst
  • Medium : colour photo
  • Description : CLP14 and sister loco CLP? have just brought in the new Ghan (see the old Ghan ), and run around their train. Note the dual gauge track with CLP14 on the standard gauge track and the outer rail for 5ft3in gauge trains. This was only a few months before the broad gauge to Melbourne was replaced by standard gauge.


DL Class

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  • Date : 23 Sep 2003, catalogued 26 Dec 2003
  • Photographer : John Hurst
  • Medium : digital camera (Canon S40), image location IMG_9176
  • Description : DL49 lies idle at Coonalpyn, presumably failed on some through working?


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  • Date : 23 Sep 2003, catalogued 26 Dec 2003
  • Photographer : John Hurst
  • Medium : digital camera (Canon S40), image location IMG_9177
  • Description : DL49 lies idle at Coonalpyn, presumably failed on some through working?


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  • Date : 23 Sep 2003, catalogued 26 Dec 2003
  • Photographer : John Hurst
  • Medium : digital camera (Canon S40), image location IMG_9178
  • Description : DL49 lies idle at Coonalpyn, presumably failed on some through working?


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  • Date : 23 Sep 2003, catalogued 26 Dec 2003
  • Photographer : John Hurst
  • Medium : digital camera (Canon S40), image location IMG_9179
  • Description : DL49 lies idle at Coonalpyn, presumably failed on some through working?


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  • Date : 23 Sep 2003, catalogued 26 Dec 2003
  • Photographer : John Hurst
  • Medium : digital camera (Canon S40), image location IMG_9180
  • Description : DL49 lies idle at Coonalpyn, presumably failed on some through working?


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  • Date : 23 Sep 2003, catalogued 26 Dec 2003
  • Photographer : John Hurst
  • Medium : digital camera (Canon S40), image location IMG_9181
  • Description : rear view of DL49 lying idle at Coonalpyn


  • Image : dir=anr/ page=index 82580 bytes, 800x600 pixels
  • Date : 23 Sep 2003, catalogued 26 Dec 2003
  • Photographer : John Hurst
  • Medium : digital camera (Canon S40), image location IMG_9182
  • Description : side on view of DL49 lying idle at Coonalpyn


EL Class Co-Co diesel electric

See also http://locopage.railpage.org.au/private/cfcla_el.html for further details on this class of locomotive.

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  • Date : 08 May 2001, catalogued 25 Sep 2001
  • Photographer : Stewart Hughes
  • Medium : email digital image, image location RozelleYard-3
  • Description : EL54 in Chicago Freight Car Leasing colours lies idle in Rozelle Yard, Sydney.


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  • Date : Oct 2001, catalogued 28 Dec 2001
  • Photographer : Stewart Hughes
  • Medium : email digital image, image location 111-1135_IMG
  • Description : Stewart writes:
    I 've just come back from Europe and have lots of new photos taken on my new Canon G1 digital camera. Here's some action from Rozelle Yard again taken last week.


GM Class Co-Co diesel electric

GM8

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  • Date : Feb 1982, catalogued 30 May 1999
  • Photographer : John Hurst
  • Medium : Kodachrome, slide number 12094
  • Description : GM8 at Kalgoorlie waits to pull the eastbound Indian Pacific across the Nullabor to Port Pirie. Pity about the shadow.


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  • Date : Feb 1982, catalogued 31 May 1999
  • Photographer : John Hurst
  • Medium : Kodachrome, slide number 12100
  • Description : Two GMs exchange railway gossip at Port Pirie.


GM18

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  • Date : Feb 1982, catalogued 31 May 1999
  • Photographer : John Hurst
  • Medium : Kodachrome, slide number 12104
  • Description : GM18 at Port Pirie.


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  • Date : Feb 1982, catalogued 31 May 1999
  • Photographer : John Hurst
  • Medium : Kodachrome, slide number 12105
  • Description : Commonwealth Railways unit GM18 waits while South Australian Railways 830 class unit number 870 does some shunting at Port Pirie. Soon both units will be sister locos under the Australian National Railways banner.


GM27

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  • Date : 08 May 2001, catalogued 25 Sep 2001
  • Photographer : Stewart Hughes
  • Medium : email digital image, image location RozelleYard-4
  • Description : Original built for the Commonwealth Railways, this loco is now owned by Great Northern Railway Services , and operates out of Melbourne.


GM29

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  • Date : Oct 1979, catalogued 22 Apr 1998
  • Photographer : John Hurst
  • Medium : Agfacolor, slide number 8242
  • Description : At Port Pirie Station, GM29 has just arrived with The Indian Pacific from Perth.


GM36

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  • Date : Oct 1979, catalogued 18 Jan 1998
  • Photographer : John Hurst
  • Medium : Agfacolor, slide number 8120
  • Description : At the passenger platform at Marree in the far north of South Australia, GM36 has done its duty in bring passengers from Port Pirie, where they had to change trains once already from the broad gauge. Now they have to transfer to the narrow gauge for the final leg of the Ghan journey to Alice Springs. But not for much longer. Within 3 months of this photo, the new standard gauge line to Alice was opened, followed somewhat later by the standard gauge into Adelaide. Now there is talk of running the Ghan from as far afield as Melbourne and Sydney, as a single gauge train. (Later note: now in operation, as of mid October 1998.)


GM42

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  • Date : Jan 1993, catalogued 02 Jan 2001
  • Photographer : John Hurst
  • Medium : Kodachrome, slide number 18811
  • Description : Thanks to the derailment at Coonalpyn, an unrecognizable BL and GM42 wait at Tintinara for the line to be cleared. (See Coonalpyn-5 for an explanation of why the BL is unrecognizable.)


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  • Date : Jan 1993, catalogued 02 Jan 2001
  • Photographer : John Hurst
  • Medium : Kodachrome, slide number 18812
  • Description : Thanks to the derailment at Coonalpyn, an unrecognizable BL and GM42 wait at Tintinara for the line to be cleared. (See Coonalpyn-5 for an explanation of why the BL is unrecognizable.)


NJ Class Co-Co diesel electric

NJ1

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  • Date : Oct 1979, catalogued 13 Jan 1998
  • Photographer : John Hurst
  • Medium : Agfacolor, slide number 8148
  • Description : On one of the last narrow gauge (3ft6in) Ghan trips, NJ1 pauses amidst the Sturt's Desert Pea to have her photo taken. The occasion was a group of ARHS ACT Divn passengers travelling to sample the old-world atmosphere of the Ghan. True, the steam locos had disappeared, and the motorail had appeared, but most of the rest of the Central Australia line was just as was mid-century.


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  • Date : Oct 1979, catalogued 22 Nov 1998
  • Photographer : John Hurst
  • Medium : Ektachrome, slide number 8122
  • Description : In the complementary scene to GM36-1 , NJ1 at the head of the down narrow gauge Ghan, about to depart Marree.


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  • Date : Oct 1979, catalogued 22 Nov 1998
  • Photographer : John Hurst
  • Medium : Ektachrome, slide number 8123
  • Description : In the complementary scene to GM36-1 , NJ1 at the head of the down narrow gauge Ghan, about to depart Marree.


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  • Date : Oct 1979, catalogued 27 Nov 1998
  • Photographer : John Hurst
  • Medium : Kodachrome, slide number 8131
  • Description : The remanents of a once-extensive railway yard are discernable in the foreground, while NJ1 pauses with the down Ghan.


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  • Date : Oct 1979, catalogued 27 Nov 1998
  • Photographer : John Hurst
  • Medium : Kodachrome, slide number 8150
  • Description : NJ1 in the Simpson Desert.


  • Image : dir=anr/ page=index 68918 bytes, pixels
  • Date : Oct 1979, catalogued 27 Nov 1998
  • Photographer : John Hurst
  • Medium : Ektachrome, slide number 8125
  • Description : Narrow gauge and standard gauge Ghan trains side by side at Marree.


NJ3

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  • Date : Oct 1979, catalogued 18 Jan 1998
  • Photographer : John Hurst
  • Medium : Agfacolor, slide number 8200
  • Description : NJ3 with the up Ghan waits for the all clear to depart Alice Springs.


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  • Date : Oct 1979, catalogued 01 Dec 1998
  • Photographer : John Hurst
  • Medium : Agfachrome, slide number 8235
  • Description : NJ3 leaves her train to do some shunting at Oodnadatta.


NR Class Co-Co diesel electric

Moved to a separate page

NSU class diesel electric

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  • Date : Oct 1979, catalogued 29 Nov 1998
  • Photographer : John Hurst
  • Medium : Agfachrome, slide number 8197
  • Description : These Sulzer-built locos were the first diesel units on the Commonwealth Railways, entering service in 1954. The first service they saw was on the Ghan passenger train. In later years they saw service on the North Australia Railway, until its closure in 1976.


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  • Date : Jul 1999, catalogued 03 Jan 2000
  • Photographer : John Hurst
  • Medium : Kodak Elite, slide number 19914
  • Description : Twenty years on, and a far cry from the previous photo, both in distance and in dignity. A stripped NSU63 body lies in "semi-preservation" at a roadside cafe on the outskirts of Darwin.


NT class diesel electric

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  • Date : Oct 1979, catalogued 29 Nov 1998
  • Photographer : John Hurst
  • Medium : Agfachrome, slide number 8195
  • Description : NT65 resting in Alice Springs loco.


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  • Date : Oct 1979, catalogued 29 Nov 1998
  • Photographer : John Hurst
  • Medium : Agfachrome, slide number 8194
  • Description : A Tulloch built NT class (number 73) stands at Alice Springs loco depot. This loco, along with its sister units, also worked the Frances Creek-Darwin ore trains on the Northern section of the Commonwealth Railways.


500 class Bo-Bo Diesels

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  • Date : Sep 1986, catalogued 28 Dec 1999
  • Photographer : Ray Keightley
  • Medium : Agfacolor, slide number 20399
  • Description : 516 attached to the rear of the Semaphore centenary special , because of the lack of run-round facilities thereat.


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  • Date : 1992?, catalogued 1996
  • Photographer : John Hurst
  • Medium : personal photograph, taken on Kodacolor
  • Description : ex-SAR diesel 527 shunts cars at Keswick terminal for the Ghan.


600 class Co-Co Diesels

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  • Date : 1971, catalogued 1996
  • Photographer : John Hurst
  • Medium : personal photograph, taken on Kodachrome and transferred professionally to print for scanning
  • Description : 603 readies to couple to its train, the Indian Pacific, at Broken Hill, for the run to Port Augusta. This was not long after the trans-continental service was introduced, and the South Australian Railways still had responsibility for that stretch of track. Now the service is handled by Australian National, and the future of interstate passenger trains seems much less assured.


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  • Date : Feb 1982, catalogued 31 May 1999
  • Photographer : John Hurst
  • Medium : Kodachrome, slide number 12106
  • Description : A 600 class 604 in the old SAR colours at Port Pirie. An 830 unit in the same colour scheme can be seen behind the lead unit.


700 class Co-Co diesels

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  • Date : Jan 1982, catalogued 05 May 1999
  • Photographer : John Hurst
  • Medium : Kodachrome, slide number 11938
  • Description : 701 with a couple of trailing 930s hauling a goods train up the grade through Eden Hills.


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  • Date : [1973], catalogued [03 Aug 1998]
  • Photographer : John Hurst
  • Medium : [Ektachrome], slide number 3471
  • Description : 702 and a 930 class haul empty flat cars through Belair station and onto the single track as they head off through the Belair National Park.


830 class Co-Co Diesels

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  • Date : Feb 1982, catalogued 31 May 1999
  • Photographer : John Hurst
  • Medium : Kodachrome, slide number 12105
  • Description : Commonwealth Railways unit GM18 waits while South Australian Railways 830 class unit number 870 does some shunting at Port Pirie. Soon both units will be sister locos under the Australian National Railways banner.


930 class Co-Co Diesels

932

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  • Date : Jan 1985, catalogued 18 Apr 1998
  • Photographer : John Hurst
  • Medium : Kodachrome, slide number 13099
  • Description : Wow! 7 locos on the one train! This is the rear end of the loco consist seen in BL32+X+932-1


935

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  • Date : Feb 1980, catalogued 14 Apr 1998
  • Photographer : John Hurst
  • Medium : Kodachrome 64, slide number 8494
  • Description : Near Callington, two 930 class, still in SAR colours but one with an additional "ANR" to show her new owner, show their heels on a fast goods.


943

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  • Date : Feb 1982, catalogued 07 Jun 1999
  • Photographer : John Hurst
  • Medium : Kodachrome, slide number 12110
  • Description : The author's son is excited by the adventure of travelling on the Overland from Adelaide, hauled on this occasion, as on many others, by a 930 class diesel, unit number 943.


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  • Date : Feb 1980, catalogued 14 Apr 1998
  • Photographer : John Hurst
  • Medium : Kodachrome 64, slide number 8494
  • Description : Near Callington, two 930 class, still in SAR colours but one with an additional "ANR" to show her new owner, show their heels on a fast goods.


944

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  • Date : 1973, catalogued 1996
  • Photographer : John Hurst
  • Medium : Kodak Photo CD, slide number 1455
  • Description : An atmospheric back-lit shot of 944 (and sister loco) lifting a down heavy goods out of Belair yard, while a RedHen in the background waits to return to Adelaide. The points in the foreground are the start of the single line to Melbourne. This photo destroys two myths: 1) that diesels are less air-polluting, and 2) that they don't make good photo subjects. Photographers will also appreciate the fact that this photo was taken into the sun. One of my favourite shots, but I will never understand the comment of one photo-judge who said "pity the turnout in the foreground is so prominent." Philistine!


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  • Date : 1973, catalogued 03 Aug 1998
  • Photographer : John Hurst
  • Medium : Ektachrome, slide number 3492
  • Description : 944 again, this time hauling the daily Penrice/Osborne limestone train on the (now removed) Truro line. This train also conveyed LCL traffic between Mile End, Gillman and Port Adelaide to Lyndoch, Rowlands Flat, Tanunda, Nurriootpa and Angaston (mainly cement pots for the Adelaide Brighton Cement factory). (Thanks to Peter Michalak for this information.)


958

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  • Date : Feb 1982, catalogued 07 Jun 1999
  • Photographer : John Hurst
  • Medium : Kodachrome, slide number 12107
  • Description : Under ANR ownership, 958 stands on the broad gauge side at Port Pirie station awaiting to depart after the arrival of the Indian Pacific from Broken Hill via Peterborough. (My thanks to Ron Krueger for this information.)


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  • Date : 8 Nov 2004, catalogued 05 Dec 2004
  • Photographer : John Hurst
  • Medium : digital camera (Canon S40), image location IMG_18481
  • Description : The South Australian emblem, a piping shrike, on 930 class number 958 as it lies idle in the workshops at SteamRanger, Mount Barker


Other 930 class

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  • Date : Jan 1985, catalogued 30 Sep 1999
  • Photographer : John Hurst
  • Medium : Kodachrome, slide number 13100
  • Description : An anonymous 930 class in ANR colours speeds a goods along the line near Tailem Bend.


Around the System

Steam

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  • Date : Oct 1988, catalogued 10 Apr 2000
  • Photographer : John Hurst
  • Medium : Kodachrome, slide number 17532
  • Description : ASG33 is preserved at the Williamstown Railway Museum


Thanks to David Heah for his correction to this page.

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