Earthworks for track laying from junction points. The Museum’s grader levelling the formation.
Track laying from junction points. Track laying to Museum site.
Completed trackwork to catchpoint. Looking North to the junction points.
Steam Locomotive 5353. Steam Locomotive 5920.
Steam Locomotive 5132. Steam Locomotive 1923.
Steam Locomotive 2408. Steam Locomotive 6039.
Locomotives 1923, 1904 & 5353. Locomotives 3046, 3090, 5920 & 6039.
Diesel-electric locomotive 4822. Diesel-hydraulic rail tractor X214.
Diesel-electric locomotive 4706. Diesel-hydraulic locomotive 7008.
Diesel-electric locomotive 4206. Diesel-hydraulic locomotive 7329.
Interurban electric power cars CF5004 & 5024. 1500V Electric locomotive 4602.
Ex Boral LPG tank car NTHF 6418. 4 wheel open wagon S5533 & NOCY 34707.
Bogie container flat wagon NQUF 2696. Bogie goods guards van GHG 30999.
NZZA 800 fully re-assembled in Dorrigo. Bogie coal hopper wagon BCH 28718.
Ex BHP bogie coal hopper wagon CXD 00015. Ex BHP 'Pollock' Hot metal ladle car TL16.
These aerial views, taken from a helicopter, record the progress being made on the site of the future display building, which forms part of the 53 acres owned by the Museum.
These two comparative views, looking due North show the development of the display site, with numerous paired tracks separated by public corridors. The display area is being excavated from left to right, and there are currently over 200 rail vehicles on this site alone. The 2005 view shows the progress in made with assembling 9 and 10 roads as well as the concrete pathways laid between 4 and 5 roads, and 6 and 7 roads, completed for the initial limited public opening. The public entrance and facilities will be constructed in the right foreground, adjacent to the new excavation, which will create 11 and 12 roads and another public corridor.