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Qube Logistics Deniliquin rice train

Currently operated by Qube Logistics (formerly P&O Trans Australia) the train carries export rice from the Sunrice plant at Deniliquin to the Port of Melbourne.

VL360 leads G512 on the up Deniliquin rice train through Sunshine

10 December 2018 19:56 PM
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VL360 leads G512 on the up Deniliquin rice train through Sunshine

10 December 2018 19:56 PM
Viewed 88 times
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Plenty of 20 foot containers on 40 foot wagons on the Deniliquin rice train

4 May 2018 00:10 AM
Viewed 143 times
(3 times this week, 2 times this month, 27 times this year)

G521 leads B80 on the down Deniliquin rice train at Sunshine

4 May 2018 00:10 AM
Viewed 151 times
(1 time this week, 1 time this month, 29 times this year)

G521 leads B80 on the down Deniliquin rice train at Sunshine

4 May 2018 00:09 AM
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G512, B80 and B74 wait at Tottenham Yard with the up Deniliquin rice train

3 April 2018 11:52 AM
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20 foot containers make up the Deniliquin train

7 March 2018 19:55 PM
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G521 leads T364 and S303 on the up Deniliquin train at Albion

7 March 2018 19:55 PM
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G521 leads T364 and S303 on the up Deniliquin train at Albion

7 March 2018 19:54 PM
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G532 and G521 lead the up Deniliquin freight through Albion station

25 September 2015 23:57 PM
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G532 and G521 lead the up Deniliquin freight through Albion station

25 September 2015 23:56 PM
Viewed 469 times
(1 time this week, 7 times this month, 45 times this year)

Loaded wagons still on the main line, awaiting the locomotives to run around and take them to Melbourne

4 March 2012 17:46 PM
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The empty wagons now split over two roads inside the Sunrice plant

4 March 2012 17:41 PM
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S313 and the rest of the locos pushing the empty wagons into the Sunrice plant

4 March 2012 17:40 PM
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Loaded wagons being placed onto the main line at Deniliquin

4 March 2012 17:12 PM
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The two rakes of loaded wagons now combined, and being pulled out of the siding

4 March 2012 17:11 PM
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Second person heads back with the master key for the main line points

4 March 2012 17:05 PM
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T320 leads the locos across the road into the private sidings

4 March 2012 16:44 PM
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T320, T378, T356 and S313 head into the Sunrice siding to pick up the loaded wagons

4 March 2012 16:43 PM
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Rake of empty container wagons in the loop siding, the main line clear

4 March 2012 16:41 PM
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The train in the clear at the Deniliquin Rice Growers Siding

Second person removing the derail block at the down end

4 March 2012 16:36 PM
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Outside the Sunrice plant at Deniliquin

4 March 2012 16:24 PM
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(3 times this week, 8 times this month, 40 times this year)

Loaded container wagons split into two rakes at the Sunrice plant at Deniliquin

4 March 2012 16:24 PM
Viewed 1475 times
(5 times this week, 10 times this month, 55 times this year)

T320 leads T378, T356 and S313

4 March 2012 16:12 PM
Viewed 941 times
(1 time this week, 6 times this month, 39 times this year)
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