January 4, 1992, 12:00 am
March 3, 2015, 3:33 am
Until the early 1980s, pairs of single-ended 'World' ALCos were often regular power on overnight broad gauge Adelaide to Melbourne passenger train 'The Overland'.
By January 1992 only two of the single-enders remained in traffic, but could on occasion still be seen working together, although their use on broad gauge North grain trains was not that common.
In a world away from their glory days on 'The Overland', at Owen on 4 January 1992, 931/934 attach hoppers to their Balaklava to Port Adelaide loaded grain train.
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