Tuesday, June 03, 2014

Locos in all designs and colours can be seen around the Hunter Valley in the race to transport coal from the mines.  For example, it is believed that old locos from North America are given a new lease of life and a seachange before joining the locals.
  UGL (Goninins) at Broadmeadow, where the above loco is pictured, does work on trains from the ground up. Often, contracts go to overseas fabricators which makes no sense.   

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