January 8, 2016, 1:54 am
What lifts this image for me is the sun glinting o ff the typical ALCo trait of excess oil on the roof of the locos
Australian National's 963/957 negotiate the lower end of the Barossa Valley as they approach Gawler with the daily limestone train from the quarry at Penrice, sometime in 1991.
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