November 2, 2014, 10:31 am
The West Coast Railway was a private operation based in Victoria that operated passenger services between Melbourne and Warrnambool for not quite 11 years between 1993 and 2004.
For much of that time, services were hauled by a fleet of vintage former V/Line 'bulldog' units of the S and B classes carrying the distinctive WCR livery.
In July 1998, S300 (built by Clyde Engineering in Sydney in 1957) waits to depart Melbourne's Spencer Street with the lunchtime service to Warrnambool.
S300 is still serviceable and was recently acquired by the ARHS Canberra division.
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