Some observations at Glenfield. The vast majority of points are now air-powered; the only exceptions noted are the crossover used by East Hills trains on the 'UP MAIN' (P2) crossing to the 'DOWN MAIN' and the points (from the 'DOWN MAIN') that begins the East HillS UP. This suggests the crossover itself has a short time to live. There is a new (blackedout) signal adjacent to the points that start the East Hills UP' line, but it is positioned within the span of the points rather than after them, which again suggests the bit of track between the DOWN MAIN and where the the East Hills UP will be broken to join onto the northern flyover is also to be a part of history.
Have noted on several occasions recently group of people in HVC walking the track, so assume they are drivers getting a handle on the new track layout. (Learning the 11.4 km to Leppington will likely seem a breeze.
There is now a _small_ kiosk for lease (I originally thought it was for a motorised sweeper, so large is the station concourse) on Glenfield concourse... it will undoubtedly become a newspaper(/coffee?) seller, but I'd be surprised if the local newsagents could afford to buy into it.
Rickard Road is still closed at Lepping after hours, but the southern side car park is looking close to finished. By the end of April the bridge should be open even if the station is stays firmly closed against underpriviliged spray painters.
And finally 'discovered' that the "obvious" two tracks between Leppington and Rossmore Yard aren't 'To/From' but in fact both are signalled for bi-directional running.