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Creek Sidings

Located on the eastern side of Moonee Ponds Creek next to North Melbourne Station, the Creek Sidings were opened in the 1960s as a dual gauge freight handing terminal for Thomas Nationalwide Transport (TNT). By the 1990s it was used as the depot for Great Northern Rail Services, then as a wagon maintenance facility. The site was cleared in 2012 to make room for the Regional Rail Link project.

Pacific National VFCX log flats at the Creek Sidings, moved to standard gauge to carry pipes

1 July 2008 09:32 AM
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TL154 at the Creek Siding, alongside some wagons for repair

22 May 2008 14:44 PM
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Creek Sidings piled up with flat wagons for repair, along with S303 and S311

25 February 2008 13:13 PM
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Five CHOY wagons at the Creek Sidings, along with a rake of El Zorro junk

26 February 2007 12:52 PM
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VR liveried W241 with Great Northern T373 and El Zorro grey and orange Y145 and W244 at the Creek Siding

22 May 2006 11:47 AM
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Lifting a VQTY wagon minus bogies at the Creek Siding

22 May 2006 11:47 AM
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South end of the Creek Sidings, with the broad gauge connection to West Tower headed towards the North Melbourne Flyover

21 September 2005 15:14 PM
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