December 28, 1989, 12:00 am
December 8, 2017, 9:49 pm
It's getting hard to remember what I have and have not uploaded., but looks like I uploaded this a couple of years back.
The Eyre Peninsula is not known for its stunning topography, one of the few exceptions being just outside Port Lincoln near the locality of Duck Ponds.
Just few kilometres into their journey narrow gauge (3'6" ALCo DL531s 842/851 are heading an afternoon train of empty hoppers bound for Lock to be loaded with grain - 28 December 1989.
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