Pictures from OZ (5)

Discussion in 'Getting Started' started by Woodie, Jun 9, 2001.

  1. Woodie

    Woodie Active Member

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    Albury Station signal box.

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    Seymour (Victoria) station. Platform 1. Seymour is about 100km north of Melbourne.

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    Seymour Station platform 2.

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    Wodonga station. WOdonga is a "sister city" with Albury. Albury one side of the NSW/Vic border, and Wodonga the other. The Murray River separates the two.

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    The signal box (still in use)for the Albury/Wodonga marshalling yards.

    TOOT!




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  2. George

    George Member

    Them rails looks a mite bit rusty!

    How much traffic goes through here?

    George.
  3. Woodie

    Woodie Active Member

    George,

    A fair bit of traffic uses this line as these pics are from the main Sydney/Melbourne line. Most traffic is through traffic, so the yards are a little "rusty". From Albury to Melbourne it is dual guage, with Sydney/Melbourne traffic using standard guage and the local or state based traffic using broad guage. As far as usage? Wodonga station would have 10 passenger trains a day. (5 each direction). Seymour would have 16 a day (through traffic plus local commuter (Melbourne/Seymour) traffic that terminates there.
    The "rust" took a bit of practice to get right on my layout, but I succeeded I think!

    TOOT!

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