Sydney’s Colorful Trains

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Take a look at Enfield Yard and the locomotive facility, the Botany Goods Line, Sandown and Freight Australia – plus Sydney’s high density suburban service. And… monorail, light rail service, and the Indian Pacific and XPT passenger trains.

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The trains of Sydney, Australia. We first take a look at Enfield Yard and the locomotive facility. Next is a visit to the Botany Goods Line, followed by an interlude at Sandown, where Freight Australia units take a tank train out, we get a brief ride on a T class switcher, and a pair of ancient Alco’s, one a PA look alike, start up and drag their intermodal away. Sydney has a high density suburban service, and we also take a look at the light rail and the monorail. Next it’s off to Cowan for a freight and a work train, and finally we visit the Hunter Valley for high density coal train drags with Class 90’s and elderly dmu’s. We also see the Indian Pacific and XPT passenger trains. Lots of action and color.

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2 reviews for Sydney’s Colorful Trains

  1. T.A.R.

    SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA-WHAT A BEAUTIFUL AND AMAZING COUNTRY WHEN IT COMES TO RAILROADING. SEE LOTS OF ACTION AT ENFIELD YARD AND THEN OFF TO BOTANY GOODS LINE AND THEN TO SANDOWN FOR FREIGHT ACTION. RIDE ON THE T-SWITCHER AND AN OLD ALCO’S. ALSO SEE ALL TYPES OF LIGHT RAIL IN SYDNEY. SO MANY CITIES AND SO MUCH ACTION AND COLOR TO BOOT. 5 STARS AND 1 HOUR AND 45 MINUTES LONG,

  2. rrvideoman, Delisle Saskatchewan

    In a word …. “excellent”. This video does a great job showing the wide variety of trains in this large urban center. The different power types are well described in detail. There is plenty of commuter trains, and a nice amount of freights. I think the most interesting is the long coal drags, powered by Canadian built EMD’s in London Ontario. This video is a “must have” for railfans that will be enjoyed for years to come.

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