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A ray of sunlight just caught the eye of this little variegated fairy wren. Taken in the beautiful Mildura Botanic Gardens, Victoria and New South Wales, Australia.
(9102) passed elders loop on the up at withXR555,G525 at 08.39am on the 02,04,2013
Back in December 1987 V/Line N475, fairly new out of the box, leads T349 class on the loaded Mildura oil tanks through the crossing loop at Tourello.
Roaring into Lara 5 hours behind schedule, A71 leads the charge with A77, XR552, G527 and G525 in tow as they haul 9102 Mildura 'Fruit Flyer' goods to Appleton Docks in Melbourne from Merbein, Vic (near Mildura).
G525 was declared a failure at Merbein resulting in it remaining as the last unit for the trip back to Melbourne. Commonly, the 'G' Class unit would always lead this service, if not the XR class. Already running hours behind, A71 took the lead to Geelong where units XR552 and G527 were added in as '3rd and 4th' unit.
This certainly is the most impressive 'lash-up' I've seen to date.
Wednesday 8th March 2013
Mildura -The Melbourne on the Murray.Built in 1912 for the Victorian Government and restored in 1965, the P.S. Melbourne is one of the few remaining steam vessels still carrying passengers on the Murray. Board at Mildura Wharf .
Swainsona Formosa - The floral emblem of South Australia - it occurs in arid regions, often after heavy rainfalls and can withstand the extremes of temperatures of inland deserts.
The beautiful winter day was coming to an end. The colours as it reflected on the Murray River was so dazzling I had to catch it to remember our first day here.
BL31-8166-BL28-8142 with 7901V PacNat Fruit Flyer freight from Appleton Dock to Mildura (Merbein) via Ararat (Pyrenees Loop for runaround) & Maryborough at Williams Landing (4/5/2018).
This is the bridge where the Sturt Highway crosses the Murray on the way into Mildura from NSW.
Mildura, Victoria Australia
From about 1994 to 2002 I shot a heap of polaroid film using a polaroid spectra camera, flickr seems an opportune place to display them, it'll be long slow project so sit down grab a beer and relax....
designed to be viewed as a slide show
Notching up away from Speed, XR555 leads X44 and G527 North bound with 9101 empty Mildura 'Fruity' goods to Merbein (near Mildura)
During 2015, the Victorian State Government announced a plan to convert sections of the Yelta line into Standard Gauge along with building brand new lines connection regional areas to ports faster and effective. Trains like 9101/9102 Mildura goods could be a thing of the past come 2016.
Thursday 1st October 2015
P.V Mayflower heading for Mildura. Wentworth.