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270 total matches for January 2012, ordered by date.

Upwey substation, traction feeds 148/1 and 146/1

26 January 2012 18:39 PM
Viewed 579 times, 32 times this year)

In album: Melbourne railway traction substations

Upwey substation at the down end of the station, commissioned in 1962 with 3000 kW capacity

26 January 2012 18:39 PM
Viewed 592 times
(4 times this week, 48 times this year)

In album: Melbourne railway traction substations

Upper Ferntree Gully tie station

26 January 2012 18:46 PM
Viewed 574 times, 40 times this year)

In album: Melbourne railway traction substations

Stabled Comeng at the down end of Upper Ferntree Gully station

26 January 2012 18:47 PM
Viewed 828 times
(1 time this week, 44 times this year)

In album: Melbourne stations and infrastructure

Upper Ferntree Gully tie station, traction feeds 146/1 and 144/1

26 January 2012 18:47 PM
Viewed 717 times
(1 time this week, 33 times this year)

In album: Melbourne railway traction substations

Upper Ferntree Gully tie station, located at the down end of the station

26 January 2012 18:48 PM
Viewed 636 times
(2 times this week, 36 times this year)

In album: Melbourne railway traction substations

Ferntree Gully substation, traction feeds 142/1, 144/1 and 143/1

26 January 2012 18:58 PM
Viewed 575 times
(2 times this week, 32 times this year)

In album: Melbourne railway traction substations

Ferntree Gully substation, 'V.R. Substation No. 29' on the facade

26 January 2012 18:59 PM
Viewed 774 times, 34 times this year)

In album: Melbourne railway traction substations

Ferntree Gully substation: 1,500 kW capacity commissioned in 1957

Originally opened in 1924 with 25 Hz equipment, being the first on the system to be fed by mercury arc rectifiers

26 January 2012 18:59 PM
Viewed 797 times
(1 time this week, 61 times this year)

In album: Melbourne railway traction substations

X'Trapolis 23M on the up outside Ferntree Gully

26 January 2012 19:04 PM
Viewed 637 times, 29 times this year)

In album: Metro Trains Melbourne - Burnley group

Mooroolbark substation, located near the Mooroolbark Road bridge

26 January 2012 19:35 PM
Viewed 745 times, 38 times this year)

In album: Melbourne railway traction substations

Mooroolbark substation, traction feeds 128/1, 129/2 and 130/1

26 January 2012 19:40 PM
Viewed 611 times
(1 time this week, 35 times this year)

In album: Melbourne railway traction substations

X'Trapolis 881M departs Lilydale on the up

26 January 2012 19:51 PM
Viewed 889 times, 33 times this year)

In album: Metro Trains Melbourne - Burnley group

Remains of the Healesville line over Beresford Road at the down end of Lilydale

26 January 2012 19:58 PM
Viewed 1210 times
(3 times this week, 1 time this month, 48 times this year)

In album: Melbourne stations and infrastructure

Stabled trains at the down end of Lilydale Yard

26 January 2012 19:59 PM
Viewed 743 times
(1 time this week, 34 times this year)

In album: Metro Trains Melbourne - Burnley group

Lilydale substation, 1980s design, at the down end of the stabling yard

26 January 2012 19:59 PM
Viewed 781 times
(2 times this week, 1 time this month, 42 times this year)

In album: Melbourne railway traction substations

Croydon substation, the switchyard enclosed in a brick wall

26 January 2012 20:17 PM
Viewed 839 times
(1 time this week, 1 time this month, 42 times this year)

In album: Melbourne railway traction substations

Mitcham substation, located in the railway station car park

26 January 2012 20:39 PM
Viewed 780 times
(1 time this week, 35 times this year)

In album: Melbourne railway traction substations

Mitcham substation, traction feeds to the overhead

26 January 2012 20:40 PM
Viewed 688 times
(1 time this week, 42 times this year)

In album: Melbourne railway traction substations

Mitcham substation, another set of traction feeds

26 January 2012 20:40 PM
Viewed 509 times
(2 times this week, 33 times this year)

In album: Melbourne railway traction substations

Mitcham substation, upgraded with 50 Hz equipment in 1962 to 1500 kW capacity

The building dates back to electrification of the suburban network, fed by a 25 Hz supply with a pair of rotary converters providing 1,500 kW capacity

26 January 2012 20:40 PM
Viewed 593 times, 29 times this year)

In album: Melbourne railway traction substations