06 February 2016

North Queensland - Townsville

Here is the first of a few shots from the Townsville region.  Shame the weather was rather foul!

A 2800 class on a nickel service.

2333 on the Inlander, ready to depart Charters Towers.  I believe this was the origin of this service due to a major derailment near Stuart a few days earlier.

PN loaded service stabled at Woldston while track repairs were being conducted.  The storm rolled in quickly and the road got muddy very quickly!

The mid-train WDP unit on the PN train comprising of ROAF open wagons.

A concentrate train held up at Woodstock with a pair of 4000 class.

Slightly less rain to the north east.

A 2800 heading into Townsville Jetty.

An empty service waiting in South Yard.

A view of South Yard from Castle Hill.

Aurizon wagon photos coming during this month!


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