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A SHUNT DAY AT THE NATIONAL
Biggest shunt for a long time took place at
National Rail Museum Port Adelaide
South Australia, Sunday 21st September 2008 and the largest variety of locos and rollingstock was shunted around and repositioned. Many exhibits
that were not able to have been photographed before were out in the
open for short period of time.
Gauge 409 Bayer Garratt 4-8-2 + 2-8-4 S.A.R. Peterborough Division
T253 4-8-0 Main power with Garratts
A21 4-8-0 Central Australian Railways
Silverton Tramway Company W 25, 4-8-2
G1 4-6-0 steam locomotive No.1
No.4 Steam Loco 4-6-0
NM34 4-8-0 NG Central Australian Railways
515 Bo-Bo Light power BG shunter.
NSU61 Main power on North & Central Australian Railway
Sunday the 21st of September, 2008, GM 2 and its train on
display at the National Railway Museum, Port Adelaide, were
shunted into a new resting place and home amongst the
exhibits. Loco 515 was utilized during the day.