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Double-ended Tait motor 470M pokes out of the door on 3 Road at the Newport Workshops during the Steamrial Victoria open day 2014. This was ...

Double-ended Tait motor pokes out of the door on 3 Road at the Newport Workshops during the Steam rail Victoria open day

Hitachi train at South Melbourne station on the St Kilda line

Hitachi train at South Melbourne station on the St Kilda line

Melbourne launch of new double decker train - March 1992

Melbourne launch of new double decker train - March 1992

The Red Rattlers being destroyed for the future

Red Rattlers being destroyed for the future (Kingston?

Harris train at the Showgrounds platform at the Royal Melbourne Show 1968. Richard Felstead photo

Harris train at the Showgrounds platform at the Royal Melbourne Show Richard Felstead photo

The Met Double Decker Train from 1992 at Pakenham. Photo by Andrew Green and courtesy of VicSig

The Met Double Decker Train from 1992 at Pakenham. Photo by Andrew Green and courtesy of VicSig

Harris trains stabled at Glen Waverley

Harris trains stabled at Glen Waverley, Victoia

Toorak Rs Glen Iris, 70s

Hartwell rail bridge above Toorak Road, single Tait red rattler carriage which ran from Alamein to Camberwell.

Old Comeng and Hitachi in MET livery

Old Comeng and Hitachi in MET livery

Old Comeng and Hitachi in MET livery

Old Comeng and Hitachi in MET livery

Tangara in Melbourne. Circa 1989

Melbourne - Double level train used for a short time.

western and northern suburban zones of Melbourne will be benefited by the metro rail.

The western and northern suburban zones of Melbourne will be benefited by the metro rail. Image courtesy of Zed Fitzhume.

old train being craned up onto a rooftop in Collingwood, Melbourne. First part of an ambitious project by ITN Architects to put three old trains onto a rooftop in Collingwood, Melbourne The trains will hopefully be painted by graffiti artists in the near future.

First part of an ambitious project by ITN Architects to put three old trains onto a rooftop in Collingwood, Melbourne The trains will hopefully be painted by graffiti artists in the near future.

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