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Cummins Yard south end

Goodwin Alco 871 leads sister locos 869 & 872 into Cummins Yard with empty grain hoppers for loading at Cummins Silos. The 830 class have been serving the Eyre Peninsula system since 1962 when they gradually began replacing the T class steamers. The 830 class have worked on all three rail gauges in South Australia.

CopyrightCopyright Trevor Powell
Taken05 May 2003
CameraRicoh XR-10
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