July 25, 1999, 11:18 pm
September 10, 2014, 2:15 pm
On Sunday 25 July 1999, northbound intermodal service 1AP4T behind CLF5/CLP13, crosses inbound counterpart 6PA4T, with CLP9/CLP11, at Bolivar, north of Adelaide, pausing for a brief crew change.
The trains were operated by Genesee & Wyoming subsidiary Australia Southern Railroad, as a hook-and-pull contract for freight forwarder Toll.
ASR had inherited the contract when GWI purchased the former Australian National mainland freight operations in 1997.
Unfortunately such wondrous sights disappeared around two years later when Toll itself became a rail operator through its purchase of the former National Rail and FreightCorp businesses.
Created by michaelgreenhill last updated 5 years ago
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