Month: July 2019

Photo – Take the 707 Operations Inc steam train from Melbourne, Southern Cross station to Seymour for the 2019 Tastes of the Goulburn festival.<br><br>Saturday 19th of October 2019 – Tickets are now available with family friendly fares and private group compartments for larger get-togethers.<br><br>Our fully air conditioned (and heated) heritage steam train will depart from Melbourne, Southern Cross at 7.30 am stopping to collect additional passengers at Essendon and Craigieburn. Upon arrival into Seymour, you’ll step off the train directly into the heart of the Tastes of the Goulburn festival where you’ll have five hours to enjoy everything that this exciting region has to offer.<br><br>Enjoy the super funky line up of music, food demonstrations, wine pairings and street entertainment.<br><br>Discover exciting new products and flavours, taste gourmet regional produce and sip local award winning wines. Meet the producers, talk to the winemakers and be inspired by our celebrity chef demonstrations to cook with seasonal and local food in your home kitchen.<br><br>On the Entertainment Stage you’ll enjoy great music. This year’s line-up will have you dancing in the street to a mix of soul, rock, jazz, electronica, hip hop & everything else in-between.<br><br>Don’t forget the exciting kids activities that will captivate and excite young minds.<br><br>Bookings: https://www.trybooking.com/BDDLS<br><br>More information: www.707operations.com.au



Take the 707 Operations Inc steam train from Melbourne, Southern Cross station to Seymour for the 2019 Tastes of the Goulburn festival.

Saturday 19th of October 2019 - Tickets are now available with family friendly fares and private group compartments for larger get-togethers.

Our fully air conditioned (and heated) heritage steam train will depart from Melbourne, Southern Cross at 7.30 am stopping to collect additional passengers at Essendon and Craigieburn. Upon arrival into Seymour, you'll step off the train directly into the heart of the Tastes of the Goulburn festival where you'll have five hours to enjoy everything that this exciting region has to offer.

Enjoy the super funky line up of music, food demonstrations, wine pairings and street entertainment.

Discover exciting new products and flavours, taste gourmet regional produce and sip local award winning wines. Meet the producers, talk to the winemakers and be inspired by our celebrity chef demonstrations to cook with seasonal and local food in your home kitchen.

On the Entertainment Stage you'll enjoy great music. This year’s line-up will have you dancing in the street to a mix of soul, rock, jazz, electronica, hip hop & everything else in-between.

Don't forget the exciting kids activities that will captivate and excite young minds.

Bookings: https://www.trybooking.com/BDDLS

More information: www.707operations.com.au

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Updated: July 23, 2019 — 3:14 am

Photo – More Retirements….NS has retired and sold the following units: EMD SD60’s 6587, 6604, 6651, 6663, 6691, 6698, 6700; SD60I’s 6751, 6755, 6756, 6758, 6760, 6761, 6762; SD60M’s 6764, 6769, 6771, 6774, 6775, 6779, 6780, 6787, 6790, 6800, 6804, 6806, 6810, 6811, and 6813. K&K Recycling purchased 6700, 6769, 6780, 6810 and they have been shipped to Adrian, MI for scrapping. Progress Rail purchased the rest of the units listed, most of which are being shipped to its shop at Raceland, KY for scrapping. Photo credits to Adam Finger, Jacob Rink, Mike Ray, Matt Petersen, Fred Stuckmann and Alan Gaines. Stay tuned for more NS SD60, SD60I, and SD60M retirements coming soon as the units are officially retired and shipped to their new owners.



More Retirements....NS has retired and sold the following units: EMD SD60's 6587, 6604, 6651, 6663, 6691, 6698, 6700; SD60I's 6751, 6755, 6756, 6758, 6760, 6761, 6762; SD60M's 6764, 6769, 6771, 6774, 6775, 6779, 6780, 6787, 6790, 6800, 6804, 6806, 6810, 6811, and 6813. K&K Recycling purchased 6700, 6769, 6780, 6810 and they have been shipped to Adrian, MI for scrapping. Progress Rail purchased the rest of the units listed, most of which are being shipped to its shop at Raceland, KY for scrapping. Photo credits to Adam Finger, Jacob Rink, Mike Ray, Matt Petersen, Fred Stuckmann and Alan Gaines. Stay tuned for more NS SD60, SD60I, and SD60M retirements coming soon as the units are officially retired and shipped to their new owners.

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Updated: July 22, 2019 — 11:11 pm

Photo – NS AC44C6M 4233 (former NS Dash 9-44CW 9041), which was recently completed by the Roanoke Locomotive Shop, has been repainted at the NS Juniata Shops. It is painted in standard NS “horsehead” black and white, but with DC to AC lettering and AC waveform under the cab numbers. See the full AC44C6M roster here: http://www.nsdash9.com/rosters/4000.html



NS AC44C6M 4233 (former NS Dash 9-44CW 9041), which was recently completed by the Roanoke Locomotive Shop, has been repainted at the NS Juniata Shops. It is painted in standard NS "horsehead" black and white, but with DC to AC lettering and AC waveform under the cab numbers. See the full AC44C6M roster here: http://www.nsdash9.com/rosters/4000.html

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Updated: July 22, 2019 — 11:08 pm