H sets on the main Gippsland line. H sets are not common on Traralgon
trains, but these four photo are some examples of occasions when they have been in the past.
T 378 - T375 wait at Longwarry with an empty Great Victorian
Bike Ride special from Bairnsdale as a double-headed pass lead by L1158
slowly approaches for a crew change (as seen on
page 1) 29th November 1988
Unusual example of a H set being used with an N set. 3 N
class locos hauled this train. Moe.
Also at Moe. A recently repainted N463 arrives with an H
Near Trafalgar. N class with LH set.
A 78 approaches the paper mill at
N 465 arrives at Longwarry
with a down pass.
A 66 in its 1988 Australian
Bicentenary livery at Longwarry.
A 66 in its Olympics for
Melbourne livery. Also at Longwarry.
The Train of Knowledge rolls
through Longwarry. This train was used for tours of the state by school
students. It was a mobile school camp.
B 76 waits for the single
line between Longwarry and Bunyip to be cleared by an opposing train.
Same train. B 76 at
G 533 with an up briquette
B 65 rests at Traralgon.
N 466 at Moe, a week before
the old station was dismantled. The new one in the background was in use by
S 301 leads another S and a T
class out of Moe with an up briquette train.
B 65 nears Drouin with a down
empty briquette train.