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Steam train in Melbourne Australia - Steamrail heritage locomotive - WDTVLIVE42

Steamrail Victoria "Suburban Shuttle" with former Victorian Railways steam locomotives K153 & K190 running between the Melbourne suburbs of Mitcham and Mooroolbark on Sunday 20/9/2009. This movie shows the train just after it leaves Mooroolbark station, then various lineside scenes as the train travels towards Mitcham. Details of upcoming steam train & heritage tours operated by Steamrail Victoria can be found on their website http://www.steamrail.com.au/ . . WDTVLIVE42 - Transport, technology, and general interest movies from the past - newsreels, documentaries & publicity films from my archives.


 


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Steam Trains & British Railways - WDTVLIVE42
Shows the proceedures that a steam engine goes through as part of its regular mainenance cycle. The locomotive being worked on in the film is a Class 5 numbered 73020, which belonged to shed 6A (Chester) at the time of filming. . . WDTVLIVE42 - Transport, technology, and general interest movies from the past - newsreels, documentaries & publicity films from my archives.





Maldon Steam Spectacular - Saturday 26th October 2013 - Part 1 of 3
On Saturday 26th October 2013, Steamrail Victoria in conjunction with the Victorian Goldfields Railway chartered a steam train double headed by Hudson R761 and K190 to travel from Melbourne to Castlemaine and Maldon. The purpose of the day was to exchange locomotive D3 639, which had been on loan to the Victorian Goldfields Railway since June and swap it over with K190. During the day, visitors had the chance to ride behind 5 steam locomotives, these being R761, K190, D3 639, J515 and recently restored J549. Several photostops were organized during the day, allowing passengers to capture the sights and sounds of double headed steam locomotives on the branch line. The return trip back to Melbourne was haulded by locomotives R761 and D3 639, with the Victorian Goldfields Railway owned J549 running alongside on departure from Castlemaine.





Steam Train struggles on 1 in 48 grade. SRV Robinvale Weekender: Australian Trains
Over the 2000 Melbourne Cup weekend, Steamrail operated a weekend tour to Robinvale in the north of the state with steam locomotives K190 and D3 639. I chased the down special on the Saturday morning as far as Maryborough. The video starts with several shots of the locos struggling up the 1 in 48 Ingliston bank followed by shots at the down end of Bank Box Loop, Ballan, North Creswick and Maryborough. © 2000 James Brook





Hudson Steam Train on the Northern Weekender: Australian Trains
Over the Queen's Birthday long weekend, Steamrail operated a weekend tour hauled by North British built hudson steam locomotive R761 assisted by classic Clyde/GM diesel electric S313. The trip visited Swan Hill and Echuca on the Murray River in the north of the state and featured a range of classic sleeping carriages from The Overland, The Vinelander and The Southern Aurora. This video features the return leg of the trip from Echuca to Melbourne, commencing with a chorus of whistles from R761 and several adjacent traction engines while the special departs Echuca on a crisp and still winter morning, followed by scenes at Goornong and North Bendigo. The second half of this video follows the evening run back to Melbourne with footage climbing the grades at Kangaroo Flat, Porcupine Hill and Chewton, plus scenes at Castlemaine, Elphinstone and Woodend. © 2013 James Brook





Double R class Hudson steam locos on the Snow Train 2012: Australian Trains
On Sunday 22 July 2012 Steamrail ran their annual "Snow Train" tour to Traralgon in Gippsland's LaTrobe valley. The train was heavily booked with 13 carriages and was hauled by North British built R class 4-6-4 steam locomotives R761 and R711. This video features four scenes from the down journey at Oakleigh, Drouin, Moe and near Traralgon. The train gets it's name from a side trip which is offered to Mt St Gwinear. © 2012 James Brook





Steam Trains at Speed
Steam trains at speed, you gotta love 'em. Whether they be roaring through a busy station, or pounding through the open countryside. This video showcases most of the clips I have taken over the past three and a half years, of steam dashing across England and a little bit of Wales too. Locomotives featured in this video include the likes of: - 60163 'Tornado' - 5043 'Earl of Mount Edgcumbe' - 70013 'Oliver Cromwell' - 34067 'Tangmere' - 4464 'Bittern' - 6024 'King Edward I' - 6201 'Princess Elizabeth' - 70000 'Britannia' - 35028 'Clan Line' - 44871 - 45407 'The Lancashire Fusilier' - 4965 'Rood Ashton Hall' - 60009 'Union of South Africa' - 9466 - 5029 'Nunney Castle' - 34046 'Braunton' - 46233 'Duchess of Sutherland' Please feel free to leave a like, comment and favourite; and if you liked this video and want to see more, then why not subscribe? Enjoy!





Steam Trains in the Hills - Puffing Billy Railway: Australian Trains
The Puffing Billy Railway in Victoria's Dandenong mountains is one of Australia's most well known heritage railways. Operating on the original route built over a century ago and a unique survivor of the Victorian Railway's four experimental 2ft 6in narrow gauge lines, Puffing Billy is now a major tourist attraction with steam trains operating year round. Despite their small size the Na class 2-6-2 tank locomotives are impressive performers and their sound echoes off the hills as they haul trainloads of tourists, families and railfans to Lakeside or Gembrook and return. Meanwhile Beyer Garratt locomotive G42 (originally from the Walhalla and Beech Forest lines) is put to good use on the longer and heavier luncheon train. This video features a typical Saturday at Puffing Billy as filmed on 2 June 2012. 8A ran the first and last service to Lakeside while 14A ran the Gembrook service and G42 ran the lunch train. © 2012 James Brook





Steam Trains by the Seaside - Bellarine Railway: Australian Trains
The Bellarine Peninsula Railway operates a collection of 3'6" gauge locomotives and rolling stock from railway systems all over Australia along a re-gauged section of the former Queenscliff branch line south west of Geelong. This video features former Pozieres haulng the norning service to Drysdale and return follwed by the shuttle to Lakers Siding and then shunting at Queenscliff. Pozieres was formerly a Broken Hill Associated Smelters shunting locomotive at Port Pirie in South Australia. It was built by Andrew Barclay, Sons & Co for the British War department and was one of four sold as war surplus to BHAA in 1919. The locomotive is named after a WWI battlefield on the western front in France. Pozieres had been preserved static at the Puffing Billy museum at Menzies Creek, but was transferred to the Bellarine Railway in 2010 and found to be in good condition. Therefore it was returned to service by late 2011 by the volunteers at the Bellarine Railway. © 2011 James Brook





Australian Trains - V/line Passenger Trains on the Geelong Line - PoathTV
Prepare for non-stop Vline action on the Melbourne to Geelong broad gauge tracks filmed from sunrise to sunset on 6 January 2011. You'll see over 50 Australian trains featuring a variety of V/line motive power and rollingstock, including Sprinter and Vlocity railcars along with "N class" locomotive hauled passenger trains. PoathTV - Australian Trains, Railways & Railroads





Snow Train 2013 with Hudson Steam Engine R761: Australian Trains
On 22 June 2013, Steamrail Victoria ran the first of their annual "Snow Trains" for the year from Newport to Traralgon. For those wondering why there's no snow in the shots, the train gets it's name from a side trip offered to the snowfields at Mt Baw Baw. The train was hauled by hudson express passenger steam locomtive R761 hauling 8 vehicles comprising heritage timber or steel carriages dating from the 1920's to the 1950's. The weather for the trip was superb with very cold but clear winter air and no wind, resulting in a top quality soundtrack to go with the visuals. © 2013 James Brook





Australian Steam Trains: R711 on a high speed test run to Seymour





Australian Steam Trains: NSW RTM Blue Mountains Flyer to Katoomba with 3526
Heritage Express are the operations side of the NSW RTM (New South Wales Rail Transport Museum). They operated the Blue Mountains Flyer to Katoomba with steam locomotive 3526. This train traveled up the through the Blue Mountains from Sydney on Saturday 6th August 2011.





Another 50 Trains Compilation - Australian Trains, Victoria
This is the sequal to the original 50 trains in 15 minutes featuring South Australian Trains. Version 2 features Victorian trains both mainline freight & Steam Trains. Pacific National: Pacific National is Australia's largest private rail freight business. Operating in all states and the Northern Territory, Pacific National is a transport leader, delivering investment, innovation and growth in rail to provide the competitive answer for transport customers. Pacific National is fully owned by the Australian Stock Exchange listed entity Asciano. QR National: QR National is the largest rail freight haulage business in Australia by tonnes hauled transporting 260 million tonnes of coal and freight a year. It is the largest transporter of coal in Australia and the world's largest rail transporter of coal from mine to port for export markets. SCT Logistics: As Australia's largest private rail freight operator, SCT Logistics offers multi modal flexibility, together with the most efficient rail services in the country whichoffers intermodal services as well as maintaining its van freight handling concept, in addition to developing its own independent rail freight centres. Genesee and Wyoming Australia: Genesee and Wyoming Australia is an Australian rail freight operator based in Adelaide, South Australia. It is a 100 percent owned subsidiary of Genesee and Wyoming Inc based in the USA, and was formed in June 2006 to run the South Australian operations of the Australian Railroad Group (ARG) joint venture between Genesee and Wyoming Inc. and Wesfarmers following the dissolving of that joint venture (which also resulted in the Western Australian operations being acquired by QR National which is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Queensland Rail). GWA operates trains on broad (1600 mm), narrow (1067 mm) and standard (1435 mm) gauges throughout South Australia, along with standard gauge freight trains in the Northern Territory for Freightlink as well as into Victoria and southern New South Wales. Major traffics include grain, steel, gypsum, and minerals over a 5,000 kilometre track network. Indian Pacific: Travelling between the Indian and Pacific oceans, this truly is one of the world's great train journeys. Named after the two great oceans it joins and symbolised by the magnificent wedge-tailed eagle that so often soars above it, the mighty Indian Pacific traverses 4,352km (2,698 miles) between Perth, Adelaide and Sydney. The Southern Sprit: The Southern Spirit explores the sights and delights of Australia's southeast. From Adelaide, Australia's wine capital and gateway to the Outback to the sophisticated southern city of Melbourne for a leisurely journey of up to 5 nights and 6 days to the final destination in sub-tropical Brisbane. Naturally if you'd prefer, the return route from Brisbane to Melbourne or Adelaide is equally impressive. The Ghan: The Ghan is a passenger train operating between Adelaide, Alice Springs, and Darwin on the Adelaide-Darwin railway in Australia. Operated by Great Southern Railway and with locomotives provided by Pacific National, the entire journey takes 48 hours to travel the 2,979 kilometres (1,852 miles) and around half that (24 hours) to the mid-point at Alice Springs. The service's name is an abbreviated version of its previous nickname The Afghan Express, unofficially bestowed on the "express passenger" service of the Commonwealth Railways in 1923, by one of its crews





Stradbally Steam Railway
The Stradbally Woodland Express operating at the Stradbally Steam Railway, Co.Laois, Ireland. Featuring preserved ex Bord na Mona steam and diesel traction of 3ft narrow gauge. Thanks to the Irish Steam Preservation Society. 21/08/2011 http://www.stradballyrailway.webs.com/ http://www.irishsteam.ie/ http://eiretrains.com/





Garratt Steam Locomotive in the Hills - Puffing Billy Railway "Last Beechy": Australian Trains
On Saturday 30 June 2012, the Puffing Billy Railway commemorated the 50th anniversary of the last train on the Colac to Beech Forest line by operating Beyer-Garratt locomotive G42 on the Gembrook service. G42 was decorated with a red buffer beam and headboard similar to how it appeared on that last train 50 years ago. This video features lineside scenes at various locations along the line for both the down and up journeys. © 2012 James Brook





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