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33-1. D3 684.
33-2. R722 & W2??. Seymour Loco (or whatís left of it). The W-class was about as useful as the R. Compare this shot with† Roll 20-3, taken less than eight months previously.
33-3. Y126 and Y121. Wangaratta. Peechelba East goods train on the right.
33-4. Y126. Wangaratta. Peechelba East goods train ready to depart.
33-5. Y126. Boorhaman.
33-6. Y126. Boorhaman.
33-7. Y126. Boorhaman.
33-8. Y126. Boorhaman - Peechelba East. A train that ran once a fortnight never got any rail shiny.
33-9. Peechelba East. End of the line.
33-10. Y126. Peechelba East.
33-11. Y126. Peechelba East. Ready to return Ė and not a minute too soon!
33-12. Y126. Bowser. Coming off the Branch. Note the unique 3-post junction signal above the Yís cab. Bowser was also the junction for the line to Bright and Beechworth.
33-13. X?. Wangaratta. Standard gauge platform.
33-14. T345. Everton.
33-15. T345. Everton. Beechworth to the left, Bright to the right.
33-16. T345. Beechworth.
33-17. Beechworth. Just past the station, the old rail bed to Yackandandah. A trestle bridge here carried the line towards that town.
33-18. Beechworth. Same as 33-17, just a different perspective.
33-19. Beechworth station. Unusually, they didnít shorten the platform here even though Beechworth hadnít had a regular passenger for many years.
33-21. T345. Beechworth line. Return journey. A nice change from the Peechelba East line.