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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.

Tail end of the Long Island steel train rolls through Ormond station

22 March 2017 17:53 PM
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Empty coil steel wagons roll through Ormond station on the up Long Island steel train

22 March 2017 17:52 PM
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G541 and classmate lead the up Long Island steel train over the rollercoaster grades towards Ormond station

22 March 2017 17:52 PM
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G541 and classmate lead the up Long Island steel train over the rollercoaster grades towards Ormond station

22 March 2017 17:51 PM
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8114 shunts standard gauge steel wagons through the ARTC dive towards West Tower

17 January 2017 08:41 AM
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Coil steel wagons stabled at Tottenham Yard

11 December 2016 11:56 AM
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Coil steel wagons stabled at Tottenham Yard

29 November 2016 17:38 PM
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Empty wagons for the steel train stabled on the freight track at North Melbourne

18 November 2016 08:57 AM
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RCJF coil steel wagons stabled at Tottenham Yard

31 October 2016 18:14 PM
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RKLX coil steel wagons stabled at Tottenham Yard

31 October 2016 18:13 PM
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RKLX coil steel wagons stabled at Tottenham Yard

31 October 2016 18:13 PM
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G528 and XR551 wait beside Southern Cross Station for the signal through Viaduct Junction

18 February 2016 13:47 PM
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Tail end of the down steel train pasts beneath the North Melbourne flyover

18 February 2016 13:35 PM
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G528 and XR551 leads the down steel train past North Melbourne station

18 February 2016 13:34 PM
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G528 and XR551 leads the down steel train past North Melbourne station

18 February 2016 13:34 PM
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Standard gauge steel train consist at Melbourne Freight Terminal

13 February 2016 11:16 AM
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Broad gauge steel train consist at Melbourne Freight Terminal

13 February 2016 11:15 AM
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Standard gauge (L) and broad gauge (R) consists at Melbourne Freight Terminal

13 February 2016 11:15 AM
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Wagons for the broad gauge steel train stabled in Tottenham Yard

Following the closure of the Melbourne Steel Terminal, South Dynon is now used for transhipping steel traffic to Long Island, but doesn't have enough room to store any wagons, so they are now parked at Tottenham Yard

30 December 2015 18:25 PM
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'Butterbox' coil steel wagons make up the rear half of the down Long Island steel train

21 January 2015 13:49 PM
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Open steel wagons loaded with coil steel make up the front half of the train

21 January 2015 13:49 PM
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BL34 and BL29 lead the train through Richmond Junction on the down

21 January 2015 13:49 PM
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BL34 and BL29 lead a mix of open coil steel wagons and 'butterbox' containers through Richmond Junction on the down

21 January 2015 13:48 PM
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G541 and BL29 shunt the Melbourne Steel Terminal, with the Melbourne Star wheel in the background

6 September 2014 11:52 AM
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