[quote="steam4ian"][quote="lustychant"][quote="David Peters"]K 190 might be the other loco in that list.[/quote]
Correctamundo! F251 was the other menioned that was correct.
The last two can't be that hard to guess now! (one of them doubleheaded with the K) 8)[/quote]
For those always asking about standardisation of the Adelaide network I'll throw in 3801 and Flying Scotsman
LOL - Actually [b]alcoworldseries[/b] got the othe classes and [b]David Peters[/d] technically got the last class.
520 ran there in around 1982 (returned to Mile End to turn, then return Tender First to haul the train back), Rx224 and K190 ran a double headed trip there and F251 did a few runs there. I don't have any record of Rx207 or 621 going there. 830/930's have visited (830's - at least 830, 845 on Ballast and the opening train - Adelaide, Club, PCO and 955 (944 was the SG loco) on the Jubilee Trade Train) and there was one occasion a Pt Stanvac train was routed through Noarlunga centre for some reason in the 1980's, not sure but I have a feeling there may have been a 700 or BL on it.
I thought it was an interesting, topical question with the imminent electrification and Seaford extension.
...over to whom decides to be the winner!