Rail Corp has a varied and interesting past. Some of this was on display for all to see. HET, along with others, were invited to help celebrate the rich history. Here are a few photos that show just a small amount of what was on offer.
4279 on the traverser
Older style of Bogie
fitted to 4279
Inside the repaired
and repainted 4279
4279 on display at
Central Platform No 1
A reproduced advertisement , note the cost, my how times change.
W Set, being prepared at Redfern for the trip to Flemington Maintenance Centre
The W Set, on her way to Flemington with the
49 Class out in front.
Off in to the distance, W Set makes her way with assistance from the 49 class.
The 49 Class that is doing the shunting
W3 waits at Olympic Park.
The W set was extremely popular on every run
to Olympic Park.
W3 coming into Lidcombe station. The crowds showed a lot
of interest in seeing the old set back on the tracks
W3 and M28 at Flemington, the new and the old, notice that M28 has been graffitied. Something has to be said for miniature minds that perform this act.
The Bradfield power car with HET’s information stand behind on Platform 1
Another view of the Bradfield and the HET Stand, this proved to be of interest to many.
Photos courtesy of Ed Sutton