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By the end of 2000 the increased frequency with which Lachaln Valley Rail Freight’s train no.4168 from Sandgate to Botany operated and the increase in loading for the train had resulted in the company scrambling to lease any motive power available.
Streamliners GM22 & GM27 were joined by B80 early in 2001, and these three locomotives could regularly be found operating with a huge range of other classes. Here are some scenes from my father’s archives recorded twenty years ago in 2000 and early 2001 between Hawkesbury River and Berowra when Cowan bank was much more accessible and many of the views had not been obscured by vegetation growth showing some of the spectacular lash ups used to drag train no.4168 up the grade.
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