The Redbank Railway Museum in 1975 showing off some heritage gems.
pops into the Brisbane Ekka in
Technology… While we know where this instrument was used, we are not so sure how it was used. If you can shed some light on that, we’d love to hear from you. Caption: Measuring Machine manufactured by the Swiss company Societe Genovoise D’Instruments de Physique, used in the Metrology Laboratory at the Ipswich Railway Workshops, 1971.
The rich colours of the tropics may be missing but the impact of that dramatic rail line never changes. Caption: A 2000 Class Railmotor on Stoney Creek Falls Bridge, Cairns to Kuranda rail line,
Pic of the week: Glamorous mission control!
A wonderful aerial photo of the Ipswich Railway Workshops site by our friends Pterodactyl Helicopters, taken on 12 April
Pic of the week: Remember this? Caption: South Brisbane station during Expo
Double header diesel at Spring Bluff, circa The two diesels are 1460 Class, & 1720 Class,
Pic of the week: The Museum building in
Class and Class surrounded by a crowd in Albert Square as Queensland Railways celebrates its Anniversary, 25 February