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To view the full size image, simply click on the thumbnail image then use the "back" button on your browser to come back to this page. Traversing the dual gauge line, two very grubby standard gauge DEL locos, NR24 and NR23 hauling container freight out of Fisherman Island Terminal, negotiate the Stanley Street East crossing between Norman Park and Coorparoo stations on the afternoon of 9th January 2009.
Here, on QPSR's (Queensland Pioneer Steam Railway) running day at Swanbank on 15th July 2007 we see their nicely preserved, ex QR 1600 class loco DEL 1616, with its train, as it drifts into Swanbank Station from Box Flat after running around the balloon loop. A gaggle of PN locos (PN06, PN10 and PN11), await their next assignment out of Pacific National's Townsville Terminal. DEL 2471D trundles down the Jetty Line and the middle of Perkins Street at South Townsville hauling a rake of cement wagons away from the harbour. Tamping machine MMA 65 works its way down the Jetty Line and the middle of Perkins Street in South Townsville on Monday 16th April 2007. 14th April 2007, the Saturday following the Easter weekend, finds DEL1747D sitting by itself and closer to the road in the Maryborough West yard.
With an eclectic rake of three wagons fitted for carrying containers and timber poles DEL1747D sits in a far corner of the Maryborough West yard taking a well earned break over the 2007 Easter long weekend.
Now owned by MVHR, DEL 1649 still in its blue QR livery, sits in the precint of the old Gympie Railway Station.
DEL PN004 sits on a lonely vigil outside the Locomotive Maintenance Shed at Pacific National's Townsville Terminal.
Early Saturday morning 5th August 2006 and DEL 2828 sits alone and idle just across from the Diesel Tilt Train as it takes a drink from the refuelling depot at the southern end of Mackay Station's Platform. Looking resplendent in QPSR livery, I get up close and personal with DEL 1616 pausing at Swanbank Station during the running day on Sunday 2nd july 2006. A long way from her normal territory in Cairns in Far North Queensland, DEL1751D looking resplendent in her Kurnanda colours, waits with her crew behind BB18? 1079 at Toowoomba station after assisting with the Carnival of Flowers excursion train. On the weekend of Sunday 28th November 2004 DEL 2825, attached to a south bound container train, sits shut down at Maryborough West Station.

This side view clearly shows the striking livery of the newly outshopped loco for PNQ, PN002 as it sits outside EDI-Walkers Maryborough.
On the same Sunday, (28th November 2004), QR's newly outshopped DEL 4046 lurks in the shadows as it also sits outside EDI-Walkers Maryborough, just behind its Pacific National sibling.
Only a few minutes after the departure of the Tilt Train, DEL 2362 hauling the Inlander pulls into the new Townsville Station. North bound Diesel Tilt Train (401+402) "City of Cairns" pulls into the new Townsville Station on Saturday 1st November 2003.
Sunday 3rd August 2003 and the Diesel Tilt Train (403+404) is seen here departing Redbank Workshops after a visit, apparently to check clearances within the workshop complex.
Sunday 3rd August 2003 and another recently outshopped 1720 class loco, DEL 1749, sits at Redbank Loco Maintenance Depot with new cab, fresh paint and less a 'D' suffix.
DEL 2182 now sporting its 2182 numbering sits at Redbank Loco Maintenance Depot on Sunday 3rd August 2003. DEL 2182 in its temporary guise as 2220 sits at Redbank Loco Maintenance Depot in the company of DEL 2390 and 2322. Saturday 20th July 2003, DEL 1753 looks resplendent with its new cab and coat of paint, at Redbank Loco Maintenance Depot.
Christmas Eve 2002 and almost two full sets (one power car is missing) of the new Diesel (Cairns) Tilt Train sits in a siding at Maryborough West.
Heading north, DEL 2195F hauling 24 wagons of mixed freight, consisting mainly of coke containers, works hard up the gradient near Clevedon just south of Townsville. Late afternoon 24th August 2001 and DEL 2212F is seen here hauling empty VASO sugar wagons across Southwood Road and through Partington.
Friday 24th August 2001 and the biggest train thus far on the Great Northern Railway is pictured here just East of Woodstock on its return trip to Cloncurry.
Bound for Chile, four primer grey 2100 locos, at Redbank Depot, await the long voyage ahead of them.

Late afternoon, Thursday 23rd August 2001 and DEL-2390 does the honours hauling the Spirit of the Tropics into Townsville. Looking a little worse for wear, DEL-1756 and its consist of twelve VMOA syrup wagons sits alone and idle just outside of Mareeba in Far North Queensland. DEL-1707 (now in private hands for preservation) at Maryborough Station, Saturday 11th Nov 2000 ready to assist Heritage Loco DH-72 to haul the heritage train to Bundaberg. 1707D was the only 1700 class loco saved from being scrapped and is now in private hands. DEL-2121F, blue nosed and a little grubby, sits idle with its consist at Maryborough West.
Preserved loco DEL-1604 takes its turn with shunting duties at the ARHSQ Rosewood Railway Museum, Kunkala.
Since this photo was taken these locos were taken to EDI Marybough (Qld) for a refit and then on to Tasmania where they are now serving. Friday 4th August 2006 minutes before taking my seat and departure for Cairns, I took this trailing end shot of the Diesel Tilt Train as it sat by Platform 10 at Roma Street Station (Brisbane). Its rusted roof, faded paint and graffiti make it a sad sight as it sits at Redbank Loco Maintenance Depot on Sunday 3rd August 2003. It seems newly outshopped 1720 locos are losing their 'D' suffix and have only one driving station, making them a true DOO (Driver Only Operation) loco.
With assistance from now the now retired DEL-1707, it hauled a heritage train North to Bundaberg and return as part of the Train Fest 2000 activities.

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