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 Wayne Morris

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   LAST  TRAIN  TO  ROBERTSTOWN



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With engine 804 and 860 Steel suburban class cars and GB.
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ADELAIDE Railcar Dept.  20/5/1989.
Pushing back to the Adelaide platforms.
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804  ADELAIDE  STATION.  20/5/1989.
Train sitting at Adelaide platform ready to leave.


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Heading through ADELAIDE yard.  20/5/1989.

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Heading through ADELAIDE yard.  20/5/1989.


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GAWLER  cabin.  20/5/1989
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GAWLER  cabin & Railcar.  20/5/1989


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ROSEWORTHY.  20/5/1989
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Nearing FORDS.  20/5/1989


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Nearing FORDS.  20/5/1989

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Nearing KAPUNDA


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Nearing KAPUNDA

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KAPUNDA


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KAPUNDA
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Between Kapunda and Eudunda


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EUDUNDA
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EUDUNDA


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EUDUNDA heading out to Robertstown

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Heading ROBERTSTOWN


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ROBERTSTOWN
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EUDUNDA on way home


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EUDUNDA on way back to Adelaide.

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Hampden Cutting

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Hampden Cutting - Kapunda

AN must have had a lot of faith in old 804 as there was no back up loco on the trip, I have no idea what would have happened had it failed along the way. By the time the train arrived or was leaving Kapunda for Adelaide it was getting too dark to contemplate any more photos and we left the train there and headed back home.


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