316 views as of Aug 2012
The 3016 prepares to roll down to the next set of points to run up to the other end of the carriages.
The 3016 was built by Beyer Peacock and Company, UK, and placed in service in 1903-04.After steaming 2,033,200 miles or 3,253,120 km (the most for any of its class), the engine was withdrawn from service in February, 1972. 3016 was bought by the Australian Historical Rail Society in 1977 and members restored it to working condition between 1986 and 1989.
– Australian Railways – Past and Present – Avatar Challenge Nov 2010
Australian Railways – Past and Present