ROLL 12. Korong Vale – Kulwin, 3rd – 4th January 1967.
All photos © Les Brown. Not to be used for Publication.
12-1. K161. Korong Vale.
12-2. T342. Sea Lake.
12-3. Nandaly. Well, it could be any railway station in the Wimmera-Mallee region of Victoria, actually. They all looked the same.
12-4. T342. Nandaly-Kulwin. It was a bad drought year and sand was everywhere covering the rails. Wind chutes along the track, meant to protect the track from wind-blown sand, afforded little or no protection.
12-5. T342. Kulwin. It was dusk by the time we arrived.
12-6. T342. Kulwin.
12-7. T342. Sea Lake.
12-8. J513. Buckrabanyule.
12-9. J513 & 64RM. Buckrabanyule.
12-10. J513. Buckrabanyule.
12-11. K161. Korong Vale.
12-12. Korong Vale. WW77. Victorian Railways’ coaches didn’t get much more interesting than this. Imported for the new Melbourne-Adelaide Service in the 1880’s, this coach spent its last years as a Workmen’s Sleeper for the Rail Relaying Gangs that used to travel the state. I last saw it derelict at the Sandhurst Goldfields Tourist railway in the early 1990’s.