January 12, 2016, 1:39 am
Australian National ALCo DL500Bs 963/957 trundle past what little infrastructure is left at the site of Lyndoch station, sometime in mid-1991.
I don’t have a note of this particular working of the daily stone train from the Penrice quarry to Port Adelaide, but the soft low light and lush green hillsides suggest it’s around July or August.
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