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Long Island steel train

The Long Island steel train serves the BHP mill at Hastings, south of Frankston. The steel is transferred from broad to standard gauge trains at the Melbourne Freight Terminal at South Dynon. In 2015 this facility replaced the Melbourne Steel Terminal, just west of North Melbourne station.

SteelLink liveried BL30 with BL34 leads an up Long Island steel train past Spencer Street Station

1 March 2006 16:36 PM
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National Rail liveried pair BL34 and BL32 pass through Jolimont Yard approaching Flinders Street

3 October 2005 16:15 PM
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RKLX wagons roll through Flinders Street track 9A

21 September 2005 13:39 PM
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SteelLink liveried BL29 and BL30 with a load of butterboxes bound for Long Island at Flinders Street

21 September 2005 13:38 PM
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SteelLink liveried BL29 and BL30 bound for Long Island at Spencer Street

8 September 2005 09:59 AM
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BL34 leads a down steel train through Spencer Street Station

27 June 2005 14:04 PM
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