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May 12, 2010 14:25 PM
Sprinter 7007 was the first of the class to be painted in the new V/Line livery, being launched to the public on September 12th, 2007.
No further Sprinters were painted in the same way as 7007, where the bands ended midway along the train.
Instead the purple band was eliminated, and the red band carried through to the end of the carbody. Sprinter 7002 was first to be released in this variant in November 2007.
The final tweak to the livery was a change in the pilot colour to red - it debuted on Sprinter 7015, third of the class to be repainted.
All other Sprinters have received the same livery as Sprinter 7015.
As for the two orphans, Sprinter 7002 receiving the red pilots sometime before August 2009, and Sprinter 7007 was repainted sometime between late 2010 and mid 2011.
May 12, 2010 00:00 AM
V/Line commenced repainting their carriage fleet into a new grey, white and red livery in late 2007, the offical launch being on September 12th at Southern Cross Station. So where have they gotten up to since?
It took a year for a final version to appear, with carriages being progressively repainted with just a few remaining as of 2010.
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707 Operations operates heritage trains across Victoria, using steam locomotive R707 and diesel locomotive T413.
Miscellaneous accidents from around the place: derailments, clueless passengers, and broken bits and pieces.
All kinds of transport can be found in Adelaide - double stacked freight trains, passenger rail, light rail and the O-Bahn guided busway.
Stations, trams, workshops, V/Line, freight and special trains from around Ballarat
V/Line, suburban, freight and heritage train action on the broad gauge of Victoria
Urban and country buses from around Australia
V/Line, freight and heritage trains from the east of Victoria
El Zorro is a small freight operator based in Melbourne, running a mix of elderly locomotive and units hired from other operators and heritage groups
Scraping of wagons and locomotives once they reach the end of their useful lives
All kinds of freight from around Australia, on standard, narrow and broad gauge
Rail freight from across Victoria, on both broad and standard gauge
Heritage trains operated by both steam and diesel locomotives around Victoria
Photos of all kinds of rail infrastructure from around Australia
Diesel and electric locomotives from all around Australia
V/Line, suburban, freight and heritage trains, and train station in Melbourne and the surrounding suburbs
Trams and tramway infrastructure from around the Yarra Trams network in Melbourne
Metro Trains Melbourne has been the operator of the Melbourne suburban rail network since November 2009.
That wacky state up north, where two green lights is a valid signal, and Alco diesels were considered a good idea!
V/Line, freight and heritage trains on the North East line from Melbourne to Albury, via Seymour
V/Line and heritage trains on the lines running through Bendigo and the grain belt
Operator of passenger trains and coaches throughout New South Wales, NSW Trainlink uses a fleet of XPT and Xplorer trains
Operator of freight services throughout Vicotria and the rest of Australia.
The land of the 'banana benders' and 3 foot 6 inch gauge electric trains.
Based in Seymour, the SRHC operates heritage trains across the state
Not like Victoria: diesel suburban trains and double stack freights!
Photos of redevelopment work and trains at the main station in Melbourne, Southern Cross. Metro Trans Melbourne, V/Line, NSW TrainLink and Great Southern Rail all operate from the station
V/Line, heritage and freight services on the line from Geelong to Warrnambool
Two standard gauge lines enter Victoria, from Adelaide and New South Wales. A variety of operators run freight trains over them, as well as interstate passenger trains by GSR and NSW TrainLink
Photos of railway stations around the state
Steamrail Victoria operates heritage trains all over Victoria
Steam operated trains from around the state
Metro Trains Melbourne operates the suburban railways of Melbourne with a fleet of electric multiple unit trains, taking over from Connex in 2009
Trains, trams, buses and monorails in Sydney, the capital of New South Wales
Transport ticketing systems from around Australia and the world
Track machines, ballast trains, and all of the other things that come out at odd times to keep the railways running
Trams from around Australia, both in normal service and preservation
Locomotive hauled transfers of electric multiple units and railcars
V/Line operates passenger services all around Victoria with both locomotive hauled carriages and railcars
Trains in the west of Victoria
Trains being worked on in the workshops