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TREV'S  PICTURES




Trev started out his hobby of photographically recording rail traffic around South Australia (and interstate) in the early to mid 80’s, these being the days of Australian National Railways (later to be known simply as AN); the halcyon days of the 500, 800; 900 and 930 class; through workings of Victorian C, G, N, S and X class locomotives on regular super freighters and the Overland; the standard gauge north of Adelaide and later, south to Victoria; the iconic “redhens” that are no longer; the shift of interstate passenger trains from Adelaide Railway station (now Sky city Casino) to the Adelaide Rail Passenger Terminal Keswick; the unusual locomotive “lashups” and loco balancing and moves; the many changes in motive power types, varieties, classes and colour schemes; the changes in infrastructure, signaling and works; the move of MERM to Port Dock at Port Adelaide; the move of Mile End Diesel Depot to the now Motive Power Centre at Dry Creek, together with many other changes that have occurred within the rail industry that we now witness today. This does not take into account the many miles travelled to not only witness such events, but to record the rail scene for future posterity and reference. On the following pages is some of Trev’s handiwork taken over the years with details of train workings provided where known.”


Sadly, Trevor passed away on the 18th of May 2015. 
Fondly remembered as “the Moth”, the Man On The Hill.
 R. I. P. Trev 


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