November 3, 1987, 12:00 am
February 15, 2016, 2:16 am
Australian National ALCos 950/966 roll downhill towards Rowland Flat on 3 November 1987 with the daily stone train from Penrice quarry in the Barossa Valley.
I think the locos must have recently been through an acid wash as the shade of green seems a bit off.
The three different colours worn by the hoppers chart the transition from the South Australian Railway to Australian National.
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