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Michael Kemp




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spotJun 8
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8222 leads 2 x 81s and another 82 with a heavy grain train bound for Port Kembla.
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pic commentMay 30


@Loyzz thanks. I saw it many years ago in Germany amd I’m sure it had a name.
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spotMay 29
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Three Pacific National 81 Class locomotives with processed grain bound for export heading north through Sutherland Station.
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pic commentMay 29


Is that the Ost - Westen Express or something similar?
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pic commentMay 18


Thanks.
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pic commentMay 17


What’s replacing them?
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spotApr 8
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8101 passing Jannali Station enroute to Port Kembla to pick up bulk cement from Tasmania.
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uploadMar 13
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3801s first shuttle of the day to Hurstville
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pic commentFeb 6


Nice shot! New Zealand has this type of loco running on 3ft 6inch gauge. They are now called DFTs, T for turbo.
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pic commentFeb 6


Thanks for that! Ahh Ed Burkhart! He part owned New Zealand Railways in the 1990s and imported old locos from Queensland in Australia which has the same gauge as New Zealand, DMUs from Western Australia (same gauge) and UK mark 2 cars!
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pic commentFeb 4


Is there more than one Railway Operating Company in Estonia? This loco looks ex Russian whereas some of the other photos on here the Locomotives are definitely built in the USA.
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pic commentFeb 4


@benf @Maersk.146, it's def been done here in New South Wales in Australia! There's a bridge over the Hawkesbury River north of Sydney which is impossible to get to other than by rail or boat. I've heard stories of people hiring boats to photograph trains crossing it.
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pic commentFeb 4


Everyone takes pictures of the Shinkansen, so yeah Japanese narrow gauge pics are always interesting.
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Northbound Passenger train passing a China bound train.
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pic commentJan 16


@Ilia.Obuhov.52 thank you.