SIDOR Venezuela - July 25 1999
The Red Era
The Tanat Valley Light Railway and the Nantmawr Branch – Part 2
QFX / QFC wagons
Spotlight On Candy Livery
LMS Stanier 8F steam locomotives – Class Information
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Port Kembla Copper
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Candy, the livery everyone loves, and who can blame them. Afterall, it pulled us out of that dreary Indian Red (and reverse) era, and into the awesome decade that was the 80s.
Our most recent project covers the candy livery and can be found at theAustralian Locomotive Rosters website.It gives a little history, covers all locomotives and railcars that were so painted, and has 107 photos of locomotives, railcars and other sundry assorted guff to wear it during that era.
4701 arriving at Picton Station. If i recall correctly, it was headed to Thirlmere.Brad Peadon
Super Shunter at Elcar (Chullora) - Brad Peadon
4472 at Cardiff for the big auction - Brad Peadon
4405 at Delec loco depot (Enfield) - Brad Peadon
4403 at Sydney Terminal - Brad Peadon
4405 and 44xx pass a CPH tour from Jewels (Belmont branch)Broadmeadow - Brad Peadon
4419 withdrawn at Delec - Brad Peadon
4428 at Sydney Terminal - Brad Peadon
4432 had not long been painted in candy when she decided to have a fit and get herself withdrawn. Here she sits at the former Delec Locomotive Depot.
CPH7 and CPH1 at Telarah
Spotlight on the Candy livery.
The SRA Candy livery Group.
This article first appeared on alcogoodwin.blogspot.com
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