A 4 loco hookup was at the head of a decent sized container train facing north while another pair of TRs was reversing a small empty log consist into loading position before heading for the loco shed.
Another solo TR was resting near the loco shed as was the usual Y.
Away from the loading tracks on the Midland Hwy side of the yard was a decent consist of loaded logs without locos hooked up.
Is this a fairly standard number of locos to be at Brighton at that time of day?
I was slightly surprised also to see a train on a siding at Rogerville - ballast wagons were being loaded behind 2 DQs.
I'd be interested to hear from informed locals as to the best times to see train action in the Brighton area.